If search strings were writing assignments ...

From time to time I have a look at the search strings that have brought readers to this blog. Looking at some of the recent queries, I can't help but wonder what kind of blog this would be if these described my main focus:

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Why are some communities more desirous of control more than other communitys

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In order to predict whether or not a single-replacement reaction takes place, you need to consult a chart that shows the ____

That last one looks like someone was using the Googles to take an exam. I suppose we could discuss the ethics of that.

Sadly, the frequency of searches for three-toed sloth sex jokes seems to have fallen off. I guess this means three-toed sloth sex jokes have jumped the shark.

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You are now #1 on Google for the search string "three-toed sloth sex jokes have jumped the shark"...

Inquiring minds want to know:

objectifying women for a good cause

What are the good causes? So we can be sure to do it ethically and all that.

I'm sure that search (objectifying women for a good cause) had to do with the recent Boobquake event. Check out http://blaghag.com for the story.

I'm more worried about the ones that sound like child porn and forged documents.

And I would like to say that it is definitely bad to email your professor "alot", especially if it's a writing-intensive course.

Some of those searches look like people are finding you for precisely the right reasons. It's pretty impressive how well-tuned some of them look to be for this blog!