On google searches for “stoat”, that is. And also number 3. I even took a pic of it.
Meanwhile, a busy day and I’m tired. No time for more.
You’re number 2 at Google Canada too (and have been for a while)!
Number 3, however, is closer to home (Saskatchewan to be exact):
And now we’ll see if just one link avoids moderation …
You mean there’s such a thing as a “stoat” other than this fucking blog? You learn something every day!
[One day in the distant future (perhaps when we all live in space, or in bubbles) I’m hopeful that people will think that the animal was named after my blog. Only wikipedia to take out, and that can be arranged, bwa ha ha -W]
… yes it does
[My secret is out, now you can spam me :-). Lovely ermine pix though, thanks -W]
I liked the rather angry looking stoat in the images.
Five years ago, in a post on my farm blog, I mentioned “ontological transformation”. I was amused to discover that I was soon number one in Google searches for that phrase — ahead of the article I was referring to… And checking, I see I’m still at number three.
William #2: actually that’s not original… there was a novel by Clarke where somebody who had grown up on Titan for the first time visited Earth, and realized what honeycomb structures were named after ;-)
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