Judging by the anguished cries I hear on Yahoo! Answers day after day, many people are not aware that their visits to Web sites are recorded in server logs, and that when they visit major search engines like Google or Bing and then proceed to search results, their search strings are incorporated into those log entries. Good thing they are, too, because otherwise I’d be scratching around for a topic every Monday morning.
(Two-point penalty for “Since when is Bing a ‘major’ search engine?”)
how to draw an anvil: Start with a picture of yourself plummeting toward the ground. Sooner or later, Bugs Bunny will come along, erase your parachute, and draw an anvil over your head.
wile e. coyote breakaway mug: Free with the purchase of an anvil, while supplies last.
how to put a ford contour into gear: There’s a lever for that, right between the front seats.
“invisible staples”: And Office Depot never figured out why their customers were vanishing.
last friday night two people died: They stepped into a place where they thought they could buy copier paper, and were immediately shot into the Phantom Zone.
zooey deschanel is not a nerd: How about “dork”? You like dorks, don’t you?
neon sports bras target: Presumably they’d be easy to, um, spot.
phishing amazon canceled: The only way you’re ever going to stop phishing is to charge for outgoing email. Not even Amazon can afford that in any quantity.
what happened to dream academy mattresses? You can still find them in some northern town.
victoria’s secret employee: There’s only the one, and you’ll never be able to find her when you’re ready to check out.
explain on “man smart woman smarter”: Only a man would ask that.