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Monday, September 15, 2003
More weird Google searches that lead to BeldarBlog
Further to this post about the surprising search requests that have led people to BeldarBlog via Google and other search engines: My first post about the Fox News lawsuit against Al Franken and his publisher pops up in the number two position on Google's list if you search on "Legal advice for Jesus." Now, I'll admit to having a healthy ego as a lawyer, but I wouldn't presume ....
I'm number one, though, if your Google search is "olsen twins reptilian" — which leaves me wondering not only why would someone enter that weird search, but also why I've seen it several times now!
Google may not quite yet be omnipresent and omniscient, but it certainly works in mysterious ways, and the ways in which people use it and other search engines are even more mysterious.
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