According to Blogger Status and Blogger Buzz, nearly all missing posts have been restored and they are working on restoring missing comments over the weekend. Although my missing post is still missing, it's not entirely lost. I have it saved on my computer, a habit I acquired from losing so many posts at my former blog home. Since the operative word in my first sentence is "nearly" I'm going to give it another day before reposting.
Since my temporarily missing post was written about a fairly hot topic, the program Extreme Couponing, I had quite a few search engine directed visitors to my page. They probably didn't understand why they were directed here since there is no post regarding that program visible. I know they were here because I have this curiosity thing which makes me click on stuff when I feel it's safe to do so.
All of our blogs come equipped with this Stats tab, I clicked on it and discovered that I could find out things like what countries people who visit are from and what search terms they're using. I can get a rundown of the browsers they're using and at the bottom of the sub tab "Traffic Sources" I can find what search terms are bringing people to my blog. Of course, I have no way of knowing that they read what I wrote. Just that they clicked in. Some of the search terms I'm finding make me scratch my head and wonder...WTF?????
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what is keith olbermann up to these days
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Some pretty obvious questions occur to me when reading that list. Like:
Why would anyone be searching for a crappy cat? Wouldn't one that isn't crappy be more preferable?
What kind of mind would create a search term like "sense of humor for kids and bullying"?
I have no post here about Keith Olbermann, so what's up with that?
What is a "fun chairwell"?
While I admit to being silly sometimes, why would someone searching "why did they make looney tunes" end up here?
Lastly, why would anyone want to cook raindrops? Don't you know they taste better raw?