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Strangeness 
14th-Apr-2005 11:47 am
Halloween 2008- Captain Hammer
I was looking at my server logs this morning and noticed a couple strange things.

Apparently someone on the Clan OMF forums decided to post one of my pictures from Halloween 2004 (Soundwave and Banana Dance). Not entirely sure what they're talking about. I could certainly replace it with something else but it probably isn't worth the effort.

It's disappointing the most popular search term this month that people have used to find my site is "tickling". Last month it was "supergame" and before that it was a tie between "pig decorations", "pig cooker" and "pictures of wyoming". Also, I'm not sure I could pick Madeline Stowe out of a lineup so that seems like a strange search term to find stuff on my site.
#reqs: search term
-----: -----------
   15: tickling
    6: aaron walker
    3: pig cooker
    3: 2005 easter pictures
    2: family pictures
    2: rachel frances walker
    2: como zoo
    2: leconte peak trail
    2: banana dance
    2: bocce pictures
    2: spam sushi
    2: worm tea
    2: pictures easter 2005
    2: pictures from detroit
    2: pictures of detroit
    2: www.aaronwalker.org
    1: madeline stowe nudes
    1: my vacation pictures
    1: pola bear pictures
    1: aaronwalker
   21: [not listed: 21 search terms]


Patriotically Strange: America, We Stand As One video (and the revised version). (I'm pretty sure that's Lyta Alexander.)

Replacement memory for my laptop should finally show up today. That'll be nice.
Comments 
14th-Apr-2005 06:07 pm (UTC)
I was wondering if that was our favorite teep. We all need to pay the bills, I guess.
14th-Apr-2005 06:15 pm (UTC)
I doubt this is helping to pay the bills much, I think it was probably just a favor for a friend. (The guy who did that song was a stunt coordinator for various scifi shows and most of Lyta's resume appears to be stunt work.)
14th-Apr-2005 07:15 pm (UTC)
You mean that singing doesn't pay his bills? I would never have guessed.
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