Well, I’m pleased to announce that my feedjit.com widget (see the lower sidebar to your right) is working fine. I am not so pleased to announce that the geographical distribution of my readership belies the content of what they are searching for. Specifically, the phrase “dog fucking stories” continues to lead people to this site…. specifically to this post. And probably to the present post, as well, from now on.
Now, I’ve discussed why that is before: genuine pervs type in those keywords hoping for some quite disturbing masturbatory delights, and are instead driven to the banalities of the minutiae of my life. But isn’t it interesting that people are actively looking for “dog fucking stories”? Doesn’t that just give you the classic heeby jeebies? (To be clear on where I stand on this matter, please consult my disclaimer.)
Oh, but it gets worse. In the past 24 hours, 10% of all visits to my site have been by folks looking for such questionable content. Oh you know who you are, since you’re reading this right now. Here’s where they’re located:
- St Louis, Missouri
- Somewhere in Kansas
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Huntsville, Alabama
- Acton, Massachusetts
- Peshawar, Pakistan
- New Delhi, India
- Visakhapatnam, India
- Bangalore, India
- Kochi, India
- Somewhere in Bangladesh
In other words, about half of my American readers and 100% of my South Asian readers are perverts. Or, to be more gracious, maybe they’re all doing school reports on dog fucking and this was their only way to get data.
I don’t think it’s an accident that the geographical distribution also matches, in my opinion, the expected distribution of societal sexual repression. None of my Canadian, European, Australian, Kiwi or elsewhere readers are seeking this particular content, at least not within the last 24 hours. (Who knows, maybe all the sheep-shaggers in New Zealand and northern Europe will be looking for a little ungulate diversity in coming weeks.)
All I can say is…. Ewwwwwww.
In Other News…
And just to piss some people off, here are 10 reasons why I have no interest in moving back to the USA, by some ex-pat dude, link via Andoo.
It’s interesting that the comment section of that article includes the predictable comment by a US military veteran incensed that he fought for the writer’s “right” to express this opinion. I’ve never understood this logic. If what he says is true, that he fought for the blogger’s right to express his opinion, why then is he mad that the blogger is expressing his opinion? Shouldn’t he be happy? Oh, I see…. he actually fought only for those he agrees with to express their opinions. I get it now. Moran.