What brings people to this blog? Glad you asked. I've run another report, and seeing as people love
hearing how social deviants and butterflies end up on these hallowed pages, I thought I'd share them with you. There was the usual Regan Reese and pony girl stuff, but I'm excluding that this time around unless it's really weird.
"Humboldt Imps" brought some people to my page. I've never had much nice to say about this supposedly "decadent" (much like Marilyn Manson is only decadent to white middle class rebels) group of Humboldt citizens. It's nice to know that people looking for info ended up here. In keeping with the local theme, "Arcata tits" was a common search. If you know Arcata, you instantly think, "Why?" Naked hippies and trust fund brats semi-naked is fun? Only if they're tied up in your garage.
What's sex without violence? The two go together like chocolate and peanut butter, or dwarf and tossing. This blog is no exception. "Damour massacre," "blood face and lips," "blood from mouth," "blood in mouth," "murder of the innocents," "spank+children" and the ominous "woman body images open." Someday someone from CNN is going to be asking me questions.
Not all my readers are serial sex criminals. Some are actually concerned about the world. Hence, "black sun theory," "Halloween overshadowed election," "penis Daniel Wu," "people talking art," and "Henry Ford taken to court." It's nice to know my readers care.
The search terms I find the strangest are the ones that are so exact and precise in what a person wants to see. These are disturbing, amusing and sometimes just plain puzzling. Why were these being searched for? What did they think when they ended up here? "Cody Ray Smith myspace Richmond," "creepy Mickey Mouse," "dog anchor hallmark," "GG Allin nails painted," "naked short haired girl standing," "Nazi girl," "pole line dead man bust anchor," "poy and free gairl six [sic]," "Ricky Gervais the Office points finger," and "t killer rape." All strange. All unknown (except "poy and free gairl six" -- that's obviously a child who is now warped beyond repair).
If you think that is weird, though, you should see what The Last Picture Blog gets.
Satanism is huge over there. "Satanic rituals," "Satanism rituals," "cat Satanist," "images of Satanic rituals," "Satanic alters [sic]," and "Satanic porn." The only thing more sought after than Satanism is sex.
"Female nude captive film," "hooker raped," "American sex slave Bangkok," "Asian lesbian orgy," "crazy shit sex torture galaxy," "dead space orgy," "deformed penis," "erotic pornstar panty uniform," "erotic violence," "forced to gt naked torture," "German amateur porn" (that is terrifying), "girl tortured underwater nude," "hardcore sex vids amateur couple fucking home made porn tape," "hot girl tortured naked," "injecting heroin rape," "naked female captive," "naked girl held captive," "naked girl tortured," "naked male art," "penis horror torture xxx," "rape doctor scene," "real pennis [sic]," "teen self shot amateur nude," "tiniest young girls naked and nude amateur" "underage girl being sexually molested by a dirty old pervert," and "young girls tortured with needles." My guess is that these all came from a certain New York cannibal cop.
All kidding aside, the things I write about not only attract a weird crowd, but it also sends Google's AdSense software into a tailspin. I lost the right to run ads on this blog and on The Written Word is a Lie because of "questionable" content. The Last Picture Blog site also had "gory" content, so I was warned that I either needed to remove the post in question or lose my AdSense account. I yanked the ads instead of the post. If anyone wants to advertise on any of these three blogs with their "upsetting" content, get in touch with me.
Until next time ...