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In a lighter vein than typical in the last few days, I finally got my search terms report working. People have found this site searching for the following:

"am I too old to become a lawyer"
If I'm not, you ain't.

"is it possible to become the devil?"
Nice to know you're aiming high, mate, but I doubt it.

how to know if a person is the devil
Look for the horns, kiddo, and beware folks who wear hats all the time.

are homosexuals the devil?
No. Unless they're becoming lawyers, in which case the answers above apply.

Actually, you would not believe how well this site seems to index for the term 'homosexual.' In case you're wondering, I seem to have the number one google result for this question, and at least three people have searched for this. Disturbing. Who in all creation is linking to me, and with what?

Update: I did a bit of searching, and this doesn't put me in good company. There's a lot of particularly virulent anti-homosexual sites that come up when you google for 'homosexual,' and it gets worse when you cross it with 'devil.' Yuck.

howard dean the devil
Somehow I doubt it. The devil has better dress sense.

is trent lott the devil
Man, I hope not. I always hoped the Devil had a more refined accent.

pictures of kitchen's which do not come up to health & safety rules
See, Columbia, I'm makin' you famous!

i want to be a paleontologists i am 11 years old
This wins the 'cute kid who really shouldn't be coming to this site' award

how to become a judge
Y'know, this site's almost more useful for how to become a devil.

how to get on columbia law review
See above. Winner of the "Looking in the wrong place, mate" award...

folksy sayings
Well, at least someone is recognizing my raison d'etre

idiot sayings
Or maybe not...

ann coulter resume, tiger woods girlfriend powerpoint
and how did the peanut become georgia's symbol?

grateful dead ice cream cone kid
The mind shudders... "Riding that train, high on cocaine, Davy Jones you better... watch out for the ice cream cone kid???"

the strangest definitional arguments ever made
And here's my newest reader...

And my personal favorite:
boob jobs from hell
I can only imagine why this person thought my site was worth clicking through.


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Well, [quote] how to become a judge Y'know, this site's almost more useful for how to become a devil. [/quote] I think it takes the same skills. Not that I don't like a number of judges, but then I'm a litigator and I like all sorts of strange people.
what the hell is this site all about its confusing me

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