What is popular here?

And while I’m at it rounding up the year ...

Top ten posts (from any year) for visits this past year

  1. Strange beastie in Maine
  2. Polar bears are threatened
  3. Epic takedown of Pivar
  4. From sea to shining sea
  5. Last LOL I promise, well maybe
  6. Possibly the dumbest argument ever against atheism
  7. Beware the catfish from hell
  8. Oreskes responds to Shulte
  9. Wizzened baby animal alert
  10. An international coalition of non-religious ID scientists & scholars

I’m guessing that #1, #2 & #9 are popular because of Google image searches. Others are popular due to link-love from Pharyngula or people’s obsession with fish that climb into your penis.

Top ten posts (from 2007) for visits this past year

  1. Epic takedown of Pivar
  2. From sea to shining sea
  3. Last LOL I promise, well maybe
  4. Possibly the dumbest argument ever against atheism
  5. Oreskes responds to Shulte
  6. An international coalition of non-religious ID scientists & scholars
  7. Flew’s eugenic leanings
  8. Surprising silence over Behe’s book
  9. Who knew Barry Bonds had a dog?
  10. Behe’s publications, Part II

Top ten search phrases

  1. Maine
  2. Polar bear
  3. Ballmer peak
  4. Baby animal
  5. Candiru
  6. Some people dont have maps
  7. Hogzilla II
  8. Daschund
  9. Pika
  10. Colony collapse disorder

For the record, "porn" was #11.

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