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why aren’t there cute indie rock songs containing the word “blog” I can turn into post titles?

Internet notes, just to fill up space because it causes me psychic pain to have my angry face up first on the blog:

I just happened on my blog stats for today and was a little sad because ye olde blogge only had one hit. Then I realized it was 12:01 AM.

Blog search terms for yesterday (anyone who has a blog knows that these are the best part):

modern buildings
worlds largest stove
kids in garden
“cat power”
best facebook status updates
resistance is fertile
cacao
i fucking love life!
women fake beauty
ariel levy 70s lesbians

I know the person who Googles “Resistance is Fertile” most days–he doesn’t want to bookmark my scandalous site at work!

I fucking love life! person: I fucking love you!!

“Modern buildings” and “best Facebook status update” are by far the terms people use most to get here. I don’t get why this admittedly rather silly post on modern buildings is constantly being read—I fear some architecture professor talks about it in class and ruthlessly mocks my radical feminist, building-hating ways. I literally think about things like this at night when I can’t sleep: “I wonder what is being said about this vegan chef’s position on spiky buildings in architecture classes?”

The fact that so many people search on “best Facebook status update” used to really depress me. These days I just wonder how many people are actually using “ships and sails and walnut whales, clams and crabs and cockles and cowries: you know, just chillaxin” as their update.

5 Responses to “why aren’t there cute indie rock songs containing the word “blog” I can turn into post titles?”

  1. Dani

    I still remember: I found you by searching ‘vegan slow food’!

    Reply
    • lagusta

      Oh man! I meant to go, but am stuck making wedding truffles. I’m planning on coming to the rally tomorrow though!

      Reply
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