04 December 2005

[blog_life] The BlogPatrol Report

In which I highlight BP search terms that just make ya go...hmm.

Well, that's what we're assuming:
"wayne faligowski, born"
My suggestion: purchase QuarkXPress:
"how to bypass adobe CS2 serial number"
Uh, what was the question?
"does an increase in unemployment cause you to go inside the PCC curve"
Inasmuch as he's still unemployed, I'm thinking "no":
"victor boc flow of money is it any good"
Well, when I menched it, I meant "mentioned":
"what does menched mean?"
Where you are when you're not at the end of the world, but you can see it from there:
"Idaho Falls"
Slim pickin's this time around, I'm afraid.


Judy said...

Hey! I was born and raised in Idaho Falls!

It isn't the end of the world.

But you can see it from there.

Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis said...

Hey, Judy. Nothing personal. I lived in IF for six months a long time ago and actually I found it quite charming and not a bad place at all.

I lived on H Street near Canal...about two blocks from the LDS temple.

It does breed a certain acerbic sense of humor, though. A bumper sticker on an Idaho-plated car I saw there read If you haven't seen Hell freeze over, come to Idaho Falls.

Good times.

Judy said...

I didn't take it personally. I thought it was funny.

RE: IF and dry wit, I always loved the road sign just outside the city limits going towards Swan Valley: Warning to tourists: Do not laugh at the natives!

And, yes, the winters were cold. I much prefer the rain here in Stumptown. You don't have to shovel it.

Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis said...

Cold winters indeed. My late mother-in-law was a born, bred, and dyed-in-the-wool Montanan, but she lived her adult life out and died in Oregon.

Why? I asked her once. The winters, she said, as well as everyone else she knew from Montana. They loved the state, but hated the winters.

Those are tough winters if they chase the natives off.