When I looked at my blog stats last week (for the first time since last January), a couple of things stood out. First, of course, is that recreational substance abuse—perhaps combined with advanced illiteracy—is alive and well among my blog visitors. At least, I can’t see any other possible explanation for the continued hits and searches for a combination of “sex”, “taub”, and other truly disturbing search terms, especially given the weekend spikes in same. (How could “unicorn sex c*ck taub” even possibly be a thing, let alone one that leads to my blog?)
But the second thing I noticed was that the most consistently popular blog posts are my completely irrelevant observations about death, kids, pets, life and other random topics. And it turns out that I’ve written a lot of them over the years. So I decided to gather them together for a little Kindle experiment.
But I could…
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