You’ll get no braining out of me today, as my neurons are clogged. As always, I do my best.
Every day, my website dashboard tells me what searches on the Internet have led people to this site. They’ve been pretty constant for a while, and here’s today’s:
I have no idea where the Arab thieves and police officer stuff comes from, and someone can’t spell “gobbledygook”.
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¿ ¡ eeeew … …😷= K Tippett … … ! ?
BTW I saw that Peter Boghossian yesterday re-tweeted a Dawkin’s tweet of your piece “An ideology-infused paper on how to teach college biology”.
Bizarre! How on earth do these crazy online searches work?!
Goodness knows! Maybe one of the words in the search string matches one of the key words in Jerry’s posts, and some mindless algorithm crushes them together.
I put “New Zealand” and any number of words related to the science issues we have right now.
I just googled the two mysteries, and this is what showed up on the first page of each search:
“humiliation groups of arab thieves”
“police officer xxx 12year”
The people searching for “humiliation groups of Arab thieves” are really looking for something more like this:
However, your site comes up third for that particular search.
Gobbledegook is a valid alternative spelling.
In case you’re interested, the search that led me to this website was “near death experience”. I was having an argument with my brother about how the “I went to heaven” stuff was bogus. That was many years ago. I read everyday now. Thank-you.