Thoughts on top ten search phrases


Of course there are many others, but these are the top ten search phrases that hit on this blog today:

  1. famous long poems about life
  2. build a prairie
  3. natural lakes in texas
  4. only the dead have seen the end of war
  5. political cartoons
  6. texas
  7. texas map
  8. how to deal with dementia
  9. ddt
  10. japanese american internment camp original dorothea lange

“How to deal with dementia?”  Do you suppose those queries hit on how well I deal with demented commenters, or the fact that I deal with them at all?

3 Responses to Thoughts on top ten search phrases

  1. Black Flag® says:

    Most people are simple people.

    Ed and Ellie are simple people.

    They grew up with the chattering idiots in all their ears – idiots that told the simple people “we are your authorities, listen to us”

    As simple people like Ed and Nellie (and others), they trusted the chattering idiots and what they said, and held to their souls as a “truth”.

    When a simple question on principle lands at their simple feet, they are dumbfounded. The “authorities” never gave the simple people an answer to this question, so they do not have an answer.

    So they try to think. They try to figure it out for themselves.
    The answer they get contradicts their world view that the “authorities” told them was the truth.

    Something has to give.

    The simple people give up thinking, and obey their authorities.

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  2. Ellie says:

    I think it was this:
    https://timpanogos.wordpress.com/2008/07/29/tricks-to-deal-with-dementia/

    But, I could be wrong. It could be because of the fact that you deal with them at all.

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