Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Googling for dum---err, for everyone.

I like to know how people get to my main blog, Baseball and Other Things, so I check Sitemeter pretty often. I love when people Google really odd things to get to it. One of my favorites ever came just the other day, when someone searched for "'Eric Seidman' crap." (I suspect it may have been Seidman himself.)

And here's another great one: What has happened to Kip Wells?

Yes, because Google works just like a conversation. Just....awesome.

UPDATE: I did some asking, and it was not Seidman himself who googled "'Eric Seidman' crap." But he seemed rather amused that someone did that.

In other news, I joined Twitter just so I could get updates from Shaq's feed. One of the updates that convinced me how awesome an experience this would be was "Whatthe hell is wrong wit da suns"


4 comments: said...

It was me who searched for Eric Seidman crap. In fact I just searched it again and it led me to your blog. The guy writes too many damn articles. I get tired of seeing his name everywhere. I wanted to see if anyone else felt this way as well. I guess that I need to be more careful in what I search for. Nice blog, keep up the good work. said...

I apologize for my remarks. The comments were just a reflection of a multitude of personal frustrations. One of them being the fact that I hadn't been able to find any marijuana for over 2 months. After posting the comment, I finally found some grass. Getting high put some perspective on how stupid it was to attack Eric's work. I do read many of his articles because most of the things he writes about are of interest to me.

Minda said...

Terpsfan, it makes me giggle that you actually came forward as the Seidman crap Googler. It's all good - I'm pretty sure Seidman found it to be pretty funny, and I know I did.

And sorry to take so long to respond - I never got a comment notification e-mail, so I didn't even see that I had any comments here until just now. :( said...

When I was flipping through the TV channels this afternoon, I saw Eric Seidman's name again. I caught the end of the Philadelphia New Years Day Parade, and his name flashed up on the screen when they were showing the TV credits. On his website, I found out he works for the evil cable empire Comcast.