If you don’t believe me when I say that sometimes it’s useless to blog in summer just take a look at the search terms that were used by people who ended up reading J’accuse. And this is only one day’s work (yesterday):
|buddhist monk on fire||3|
|jesus about tax||1|
|monk on fire||1|
|“i miss you” heavens miss rain||1|
|man with 7 wives||1|
The “Buddhist Monk on Fire” is a search that still continues to intrigue me. It gets me a steady flow of around 20 hits a day – not the search itself but the post called “Myanmar”.
I’d love to know what the guy or gal who googled “jesus about tax” was thinking – and to have seen the disappointment on their face when they ended up on these wankellectual pages. In any case a hint is due – I guess he’d say something like Give to Ceasar what is Ceasars. In other words pay your taxes dude if you want to be at peace with Jeezus.
“Jibjad” is probably – I’m guessing here – Maltese for “he whitens” or “he goes white/pales”. Mysterious to say the least. There’s no doubt that whoever goes looking for “non sequitur” on the web will find quite a few on J’accuse – we’ve reached number 84 if I am not mistaken.
Then there’s ““i miss you” heavens miss rain” – that must be a lyric seeker. Sorry to disappoint you mate – I think I used the phrase once in a TGIL post. And what about whoever was looking for “man with 7 wives” … I have just one answer – It wasn’t me!
Last but now least one that does not feature on yesterday’s list but is cool just the same is “past the duchy to the left hand side” – I just love a misheard lyric when I see one!
Finally (after the last but not least) apologies are due to whoever looked up “rene particelli” and ended up here. Sorry dude, no idea who the bloke or particles are.
This has been j’accuse pointing out that even blogging can be futile in midsummer.