Saturday, February 17, 2007

who did they made the tuba

Well my friends in Mundelein, Illinois, I don't know. Your question, however, is valid: Who did they made the tuba? And yet I still wonder: Did you find the answer to your query on my blog? I would dare to say, no.

The title of this blog entry is the string of words that a person/some people in Mundelein, Illinois typed into Google and to which my blog came up as one of the top hits. And so the question is raised: How do strangers find their way to my blog. Until recently, my blog was accessible mainly to people who knew the URL. Then I got greedy and decided that I wanted more readers (more readers, muaahahaha!!!) and made the blog public. Since then a slow trickle of readers has appeared, among them our curious friend from Mundelein, Illinois. The interesting thing is that I can see the terms used to search for a webpage in google. And thus I found the search phrase "who did they made the tuba". This is how people come to my site. What does this mean about me? About my site? About my readers?

I dunno, but I'm going to bed. Thanks for all the advice about my sore bum. My almost doctor friend, Kai, totally backs you up on that going to the doctor thing. I'm going, I'm going.


Anonymous said...

Greetings from Windmill Beach....we're slmost as fucked up as you seem to be, but we're freezin and your not. Hope you are well. Cinder

Anonymous said...

Ja, Claire!
Du machst der, die, oder das Tuba!
Rock on!

Joyce said...

why cant i get any data for search words or phrases used to access my blog? if i open that up, its just empty. ah, possibly i inserted the short version of the counter code, and you installed the long one? what do you think?

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!