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TSS: July 2010 Wrap-Up: Commentors and Search Terms

August 1, 2010

The Sunday Salon.comHappy Sunday, all! I’m back from the conference, and am now just trying to get caught up. Has anything interesting happened this week that I missed?

Commenters

Many thanks to this July’s commenters!

– Alyce from At Home With Books
– Amanda from A Library of My Own
– Amber from Amber Stults
– Ann-Kat from Today, I Read…
– Ariel from Sycorax Pine
– Care from Care’s Online Book Club
– Carrie K. from Books and Movies
– Charley from Bending Bookshelf
– Christina from Reading Through the Night
– Christy from A Good Stopping Point
– Colleen from Books in the City
– Darren from Bart’s Bookshelf
– Dawn from She Is Too Fond of Books
– Debbie from ReaderBuzz
– ediFanoB from Edi’s Book Lighthouse
– Elena from All Booked Up
– emeraldfire from Emeraldfire’s Bookmark
– Gavin from Page247
– J. D. Roa from When the Going Gets Tough
– Jen from Devourer of Books
– Jenny from Jenny’s Books
– Jess from Start Narrative Here
– Jessica from The Bluestocking Society
– Joanna from It’s All About Me (Time
– Kathy from Inside of a Dog
– Kathy from Bermudaonion’s Weblog
– Kay from My Random Acts of Reading
– Kay from The Infinite Shelf
– Kelli from I’d So Rather Be Reading
– Kim from Sophisticated Dorkiness
– King Rat from Rat’s Reading
– Ladytink_534 from The Movieholic & Bibliophile’s Blog
– Lenore from Presenting Lenore
– Lightheaded from Everyday Reads
– Lisa from The Little Reader
– Literate Housewife from The Literate Housewife Review
– Liz from Liz Loves Books
– Lu from Regular Rumination
– Luanne from A Bookworm’s World
– Marta from Spoilers and Nuts
– Meghan from Medieval Bookworm
– Melissa from The Betty and Boo Chronicles
– Memory from Stella Matutina
– Michele from A Reader’s Respite
– Michelle from Michelle’s Masterful Musings
– Nancy from Bookfoolery and Babble
– Nicole from Linus’s Blanket
– Nymeth from Things Mean a Lot
– Pam T from Good Books for Kids
– PhoenixTerran from Experiments in Reading
– rhapsodyinbooks from RhapsodyinBooks’s Weblog
– Robin from My Two Blessings
Shelly Mazzanoble
– Stephanie from Reviewsbylola’s Blog
– TexasRed from TexasRed Books
The Literary Omnivore
– toothy from Toothy Books
– Tricia from My Novel Reviews
– Trish from Hey Lady! Whatcha Readin’?
– Trisha from Eclectic / Eccentric
– Vivienne from Serendipity

Also: bekah, Bronwyn, drbethnolan, Erlinda, Johanna, Katrina, L, M. Penn, Paola, Sally, shuyong, Wayne

Search Terms

travels through the jew
…what really happens to matzo ball soup?

i knew my brother would turn into a pant
But I didn’t know if he’d be khaki or jeans.

lemon book about a teenager combat boots
I’ve got a lime book about an octogenarian’s ballet slippers, will that work?

That’s all for this month… searches are getting a lot less wacky. C’mon, wacky searchers, get on your horse!

10 Comments leave one →
  1. August 1, 2010 11:20 am

    I love your wacky searches, so those searchers do need to get busy!

    • August 3, 2010 10:02 am

      bermudaonion – Seriously! Although the tide of searches that are basically “will you do my homework for me” are sure to start back up soon…

  2. August 1, 2010 12:12 pm

    Definitely not enough wackiness out there! But I do love the one: “i knew y brother would turn into a plant.”

    • August 3, 2010 10:03 am

      rhapsody – I wonder if there’s been a global decrease in wackiness levels, or if it’s just around these parts.

  3. August 1, 2010 5:09 pm

    Lol, I love your wacky searchers. Thanks for the link!

  4. August 1, 2010 10:02 pm

    “i knew my brother would turn into a pant
    But I didn’t know if he’d be khaki or jeans.”

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. August 2, 2010 1:16 am

    I love that you gather together all of your commenters like this. It gives me a warm fuzzy. And I love your search terms. That first one is particularly a head scratcher.

    • August 3, 2010 10:05 am

      Jessica – Some of the searches are funny because wordpress truncates search strings after a certain number of characters… for example, the second one I’m sure was “panther”, not “pant”. But the first one isn’t long enough to be truncated, so I have no idea what was going on there.

  6. August 9, 2010 4:19 pm

    Your search strings are still more interesting than what I get …

    The “best” search string I rec’d last month was “How old do you have to be to” which just left me wondering “to WHAT!?!?”

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