Boredom combined with a GoStats account can be a terrible thing, and I've found myself spending more and more time looking at my "search phrases" to see how people are getting to my blog. The last couple of days have been dominated by searches related to the Georgia Bigfoot fiasco, which isn't entirely surprising, but some of the other popular searches are interesting to me. For example, I pretty consistently get a high number of hits pertaining to the Ilya Ivanov human/chimpanzee crossbreeding experiments, which have been mentioned on here like twice, while I rarely get any searches for the religious matters that seem to dominate most of the blog.
The absolute weirdest search phrase that has led someone to my blog happened back in June. I was dumbstruck when I first saw it, and I've even typed it into Google to see if this blog pops up for that particular phrase, searching as far as a dozen pages back to see if it showed up. It did not, so I can't imagine how that search phrase led back to me. It's truly concerning to me, even though it's also pretty funny.
The search phrase?
"divorce justification. Beasts involved"