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Friday, July 29, 2005

Vampire sex

Via site meter, I just discovered my blog is ranked 11th on yahoo search for vampire sex out of 4,630,000 sites on the planet. It was this "sexy" post that did it. Nevertheless, I'm happy.


Anonymous theparallaxview said...

What, a shameless attempt to boost your bloghits! :}

7/29/2005 12:02:00 PM  
Anonymous theparallaxview said...

You might as well prostitute yourself by adding "teen porn" or "wild sex" to every item, just to boost your google number!

7/29/2005 04:51:00 PM  
Blogger Carnacki said...

You're just jealous. ;>

7/29/2005 05:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Nameless In Nova Scotia said...

Just a comment on the gannon thing I posted on the last midnight:

The problem is that there seems to be a symbiotic relationship between blogs such as Americablog and Guckert. The Guckert scandal got lots of people to discover the likes of Americablog while looking for info on the then scandal du jour. Blogs made Guckert famous, Guckert made blogs famous, and now no one is letting go......

Look, I never heard of Americablog or many other blogs until I heard about Guckert on Bill Maher's show.
I did my search, and found interesting discussions between bloggers in the comment sections of various blogs. Actually, Witch, your blog is one of the few with thread posts worth reading. You actually write, and aren't glued to one constant theme. Nice change in the world of blogs.

The point I am trying to make is this. This milking of Guckert only benefits Guckert, and the bloggers using the sales of Guckert related items ("No One Knows I'm A Manwhore" T Shirts etc... clever, not) to finance various pseudo-celebrity hugging jaunts across the globe. Yes, it seems there are many, many, whores out there.

This well has run dry. Time to move on and move forward. So many issues are not even being addressed by blogs that could be. Many issues impact women, the trans-gendered, the poor (yes, those who can't give to the send a blogger abroad fund) etc. Human rights involves the rights of all humans, not just humans like you or me.

Constantly I see the low road taken.
Easy cut and paste meets easy enemy distinction, and bloggers feel like new age journalists. Give me a break.

I loathe Guckert. I also don't see how he is relevant other than in that he provides a sure ticket blog topic and increased sales of worthless items that look like something marked half off at the local Big Lots.

I hope never to hear the words "Gannon" or read another thread topic devoted to selling junk or asking about the easiest way to free up Euro-cellular minutes. Pardon me while I go puke.

7/29/2005 07:20:00 PM  
Blogger Carnacki said...


Those are good points. But I think you posted them on the wrong blog. This is The Mystery of the Haunted Vampire. I'll confess I've been thinking of getting T-shirts to sell through my site too, but with a spooky theme, not a Jeff Gannon theme

7/30/2005 05:05:00 AM  
Anonymous theparallaxview said...

I'm all for T-shirts. How 'bout "Bloodsuckers are people, too" on the front and "" on the back? Made 'em black with some drippy red blood font...

7/31/2005 02:25:00 PM  

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