Friday, May 28, 2010

Welcome To Infinonymous, Mr. President!

This site attracts many distinguished visitors, drawn by a remarkable range of search engine inquiries, but this appears to be a first:

Referrer Shields%22 criticism&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=
Search Engine Phrase "Doug Shields" criticism
Search Engine Name Google
Search Engine Host
Host Name
IP Address
Country United States
Region District Of Columbia
City Washington
ISP Executive Office Of The President Usa

Browser IE 8.0
System WinXP
Resolution Unknown

Does this mean Doug Shields is being considered for a fancy federal appointment?

Or has President Obama joined the mob of Froot Loops ranting about that treehouse, putting the Shields homestead in the crosshairs for an F-22 Raptor strike?

Infinonytune: Hail To The Chief, Chicago saxophone dude


TheTruth said...

President Obama is visiting CMU next week and you are a prominent Pittsburgh political blogger...

MH said...

President Obama is visiting CMU next week and you are a prominent Pittsburgh political blogger...

That would make the start of a very dull "Choose your own adventure" book.

Bram Reichbaum said...

Did he just make the List?

Infinonymous said...

Pittsburgh gets worked up over them, but the List-Makers are strictly small-time. Air Force One operates at a different altitude.

Anonymous said...

For the record I am no shields supporter but he is correct in opposing the tree house. You can't govern on emotion.

MH said...

If you're still reading your google ref logs, I've been doing some tests.

Infinonymous said...

Nothing remarkable on the logs (but they only go back a few hours). Usually try to check periodically, but advance notice of an expedition could help.

MH said...

I just tried to see how many libelous statements would get to Infinonymous on in the first ten hits. Your various sidebars make it pretty easy.

Infinonymous said...

There was a series of inquiries regarding Obama, Shields, Reichbaum and others admitting, handling, exposing or consuming various (often involving PittGirl), but some came in through Verizon, others through Pitt and a few scattered elsewhere.

That type of query might be more common than you think.

MH said...

I suppose I should bookmark you, but I find it easier to Google "What do I read now that Reichbaum retired".