Heh. This are still amusing to me. People searching for these terms ended up at my blog…
These are terms people used to find your blog.
Search Views data next generation 1 teriyaki as a competitor to subway 1 who won the pens game last night 1 9 levels of hell 1 palm pre “msg 1051″ 1
Search Views 9 levels of hell 2 what seats are blocked at mellon arena 1 sprint short code expired 1 9230: the short code you are attempting 1 chart of dante’s hell 1 “parking chair” 1 9230: message failed. shortcode may have 1 sprint error msg 1051 1 pizza hut allergen 1 pizza in alliteration 1
It’s a strange world we live in.
- teriyaki as a competitor to subway – What? Teriyaki as a condiment is going to compete with a sandwich chain? I’m hoping this was just a malformed input into a smartphone… but really to what end? Maybe it’s an upcoming Kaiju Big Battel fight? What did they think when they clicked here? Was it at all informative or entertaining?
- who won the pens game last night – Brought you here? The Pens won last night, but If you type “Pittsburgh Penguins” into the Google search box, the latest scores and the schedule for the next game come right up. Or, you could just go to penguins.nhl.com. I’m guessing you were disappointed by your visit?
- pizza in alliteration – Someone couldn’t come up with their own alliteration involving pizza? Are you trying to get me to do your homework? Fine. I’ll do it if it’s not too late. Penelope politely perused the pizza parlor for pungent pepperoni to polish off.
I see that Dante’s levels of hell, the Sprint shortcode error, and Pizza Hut are still big hits… and someone must have read my Data vs. C-3PO article.