Strange search-engine queries (421)

Last week, a couple thousand people visited this site. Some of them were looking for something specific. And if it was (1) specific and (2) weird, it’s listed here.

generic limerick:  There once was an A who did B / In front of a horrified C; / The sight of his D / Made her cry loudly, “E!” / And we’re happy this ends before Z.

does jason scheff use autotune?  To sound like Peter Cetera? Please.

Brian Northcott gratis pornofilme:  Probably doesn’t use Auto-Tune either.

recently did engine overhaul on my mazda 626 y5 but nw my gears won’t shift:  Aw, that’s too bad. Have you tried Auto-Tune?

You Need Your Thumb to Vacuum Clean – Here Comes Honey Boo Boo:  If I may suggest an alternate use for that thumb … but never mind.

automatic transmission o/d solenoid explained:  If the solenoid is working, the shift occurs; if not, it doesn’t. Even Honey Boo Boo can figure that one out.

prayer is the best gift from god. No cost but lots of reward:  You still shouldn’t count on it to fix your transmission solenoids.

should i turn simulated stereo off:  It’s okay with me.

hank you, i appreciate your sympathy. since i don’t have anyone in my life at this moment i got involved in a greenpeace project at the arctic circle i’m:  Surprised that anyone connected with Greenpeace would know anyone named Hank.

Incidentally, someone from uscc.net dropped by Saturday night, seeking information specifically from this site on four local broadcast stations: KOKH, KKNG, KAUT and KTUZ. I have no idea what for.







5 comments

  1. backwoods conservative »

    24 February 2014 · 8:52 am

    Simulated stereo? Is that like an air guitar?

  2. CGHill »

    24 February 2014 · 11:15 am

    Nope. It’s a now-defunct recording-industry practice in which proper mono recordings were distorted into two seemingly separate channels, thereby justifying the extra $1 for the stereo LP.

    An example:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9Z3j1I42ZM

  3. canadienne »

    24 February 2014 · 12:05 pm

    The last line of your generic limerick does not rhyme in Canada. Except among the Sesame Street generation who have been exposed to the American zee.

  4. CGHill »

    24 February 2014 · 12:20 pm

    Will they recover from that potential infection?

  5. canadienne »

    24 February 2014 · 1:12 pm

    Unfortunately “zee” seems to be endemic. Ah, part of our national identity lost…but we still won those hockey gold medals.

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