The Easter Bunny?
While I was checking my weekend web site traffic (a solid way to waste 10 minutes at the office), I noticed an anomaly in some of the statistics. One particular page had received a huge spike in visitors. I'm always happy to see more visitors checking out my site, and after a little investigation I realized this bump was due to the impending Easter holiday. So was the image of tulips, painted eggs, religious iconography or a cute bunny? Er, not exactly. It was my photo from my 2006 UK trip of a deceased rabbit, which had died (or been killed by farmers) due to a debilitating desease called myxomatosis.
Okay, so maybe this page received a lot of hits because people are searching for easter bunny shots and this happens to be the only rabbit picture on my site, right? Well, just examine the keywords that people used to find it: dead rabbit pics, dead bunny pictures, picture of dead rabbit, etc. etc. etc. There were 20 different variations of dead rabbit/bunny pictures that people used! On that note, I hope everyone had a Happy Easter.
CHARLESTON - A museum that does not exist is leading to criminal activity in the Palmetto State. The Sailing Museum of Charleston is drawing visitors to the downtown area in a
fruitless search for exhibits about pirates, explorers and tales of the high seas. In a letter to Max Waugh, the Sailing Museum's creator, the Museum of Charleston (which does exist)
cited an increase in illegal activity on their premises and labeled Waugh as the mastermind. A spokeswoman for the Charleston Museum cited...
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