Saturday, January 12, 2008

'Piqua Porn'

Someone googled "piqua" and "porn" and ended up here!

Well, this had to be quite a disappointment, but...I hope you find something worthwhile here!

12 comments:

T.O. said...

lmao ... sorry, but that's hilarious ;)

Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

Well it wasn't me! & sure there's always something worthwhile here!

AnnonyMouse said...

Hey Fr, maybe they NEED to be at your site instead of what they were looking for.

Victor said...

I actually got *two* hits today for the search terms "naked" "people" "doing" and "sex."

Just for fun ... I decided to Google those four words myself, and I found something interesting. My site is nowhere to be found among the first 20 pages -- 200 hits -- that you get from those terms. Some are legitimate sites, but most are what you'd expect from that kind of search. And it funny to think, not just someone finding my site from those terms, but someone being obsessed enough with that search that he'd dig through at least 200 hits. (I actually don't know where my page came up ... I gave up at 20 pages.)

Thom said...

Qualifying his/her "porn" search with "Piqua" first disturbed his/her (assumed) primary search for "porn" tremendously, as Google will search the first word before the second if the search isn't qualified.

All dorkiness aside, that's hilarious.

Chucko said...

That's some funny stuff Father... I need to come up with some creative posts to get a word combo that would generate that much traffic. :)

Anonymous said...

Fr. Fox,

If you haven't had a chance today,
Amy's Welborn's blog has an excellent commentary on the Holy Father's Moto Proprio. BTW, speaking of Pope Benedict, he recently offered the Novus Order Mass at St. Peter's in Rome uttilizing the "Ad Orientum" manner during the Eucharistic Prayers. Do you foresee yourself following our Holy Father's example in this regard?

Peace to all

Ohevin

Father Martin Fox said...

Ohevin:

The issue of offering the Mass "ad orientem," with the priest and people facing the same way, is not going away; the holy father's actions make that clear. Before long, we will see bishops doing it, and more and more priests.

At the right time, we will address it in Piqua.

Anonymous said...

If you Google "Scab Priest Piqua" you will also be taken to this site. Go figure.

vjmorton said...

Wow ... I'd never heard that priests were on strike.

If so ... good job crossing the pickets, Padre.

Father Martin Fox said...

Victor:

Haha!

Burning with curiosity, I tried what the last anonymous said, and it's true!

But of course, I wanted to know why -- and Google helpfully supplied some text from my blog...apparently, I included some phrase -- probably from Scripture, referring to "scabs and postules." Lovely stuff!

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