I got more hits than expected with my truly sensational take on Lost (see previous post). That got me wondering…what does it take to be popular on the web?
Google’s answers for May 25, 2010; my commentary:
Ann Curry (Clearly, can’t use google herself)
Walter E. Williams (Every few months he seems to get a few minutes of fame for having an opinion.)
Emily Dickinson (I sincerely think she was was brilliant)
Lindsay Lohan Ankle Bracelet (LiLo drama is past being sad and is getting annoying. When will she pull a heath ledger already? #JOKE)
Kerf (I didn’t know this word until just now, and it doesn’t seem like an incredible search term, but what do I know.)
Walmart iPhone 3G ($97 does indeed feel like a bargain. But think about what else walmart sells…censored CDs, creepy-looking furniture, bulk amounts of bugspray…it just doesn’t feel right. I’m wary. It can’t be exactly what it seems. Besides, the next version of the iPhone will be out soon probably, so why buy the 3G now? Unless of course you can get the sticker of happiness)
Tampa Bay Lightening (Honestly thought this was a weird natural disaster or something. Who knew that hockey in Florida is a thing? Although I do wish on the whole, Americans were more inclined to pay attention to hockey…it’s an exciting sport.)
eharmony login (It must be doing good things if more and more people are logging in. I’m a fan of online dating in general at the right time and if used in the right way. I have lots of friends in great relationships from it. I mostly met schlemiels and irritatingly dull-but-attractive guys in my experience, but it was still ok. But eharmony seems to be more on the end of the spectrum of people looking for marriage or to go to church with someone. Their tv commercials irk me. Looks like I have thoughts on this… perhaps more to come in another post.)
Maybach 57S (Sexy looking car. For real. But my guess is everyone’s Googling what they can’t have. Because that is one expensive car. I don’t know why anyone needs a sexy overpriced car when they could have a functional car and buy lots of rich looking meals out. But really, what would I know about having that choice?)
May 25, 2010 is a boring day.