This week the Sci-Fried Eggs broadcast from Studio B at Bathurst Manor. The Eggs start by discussing the Lifetime Achievement Award of Tim Curry. Then Chuck reviews Windows 10. The Eggs bring you an interview from X-Con with Star Trek Voyager‘s Tim Russ. Chuck dishes up a new edition of Crap Chuck Found on the Internet. And the Eggs do a HeroesCon warmup with artist John Hairston Jr.
Sci-Fried Eggs: Episode 111, Segment 1
Tim Curry’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Sci-Fried Eggs: Episode 111, Segment 2
Chuck Reviews Windows 10
Sci-Fried Eggs: Episode 111, Segment 3
Tim Russ from X-Con
Sci-Fried Eggs: Episode 111, Segment 4
Crap Chuck Found on the Internet #11
Sci-Fried Eggs: Episode 111, Segment 5
HeroesCon Warmup: John Hairston Jr.
FTPT: What the Hell Are You People Looking For OR The Most Bizarre Keyword Searches that Led to My Blog
So one of my loyal blog followers PouringMyArtOut asked me how I get so many tags on my posts. Well, the short answer was I do what I want and WordPress hasn’t stopped me…so far.
I try to type in search tags for anything I can think of in a post. You know, you’re up at 2 or 3 in the morning, and you start asking the really important questions. Not questions like who is that guy from The Fugitive and U.S. Marshals who looks like Judge Rinehold but isn’t? (The answer is Tom Wood by the way.) I’m talking about the really important questions. Questions like what are the 10 best Nazi Sexploitation films? (Elsa SheWolf of the SS is the best.) Or if there is there a Truck and Driver Magazine? (There is.) Or does Judy Greer ever get nude on film? (Topless in Adaptation with Nicolas Cage.) You know what I mean, the really important pressing questions of life.
Well, on the stats page you can view what searches people have made and stumbled upon your blog. And every now and then I will just browse through the list to see what kind of weird ass shit people are searching for. Read the rest of this entry