Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Feedjit is at it again

Someone who lives in Krasnoznamensk, Moskva (Moscow) whose visit to my blog caused a little Russian flag to appear in the Live Feedjit Traffic thingy over there in the sidebar was directed today by Feedjit to my post of June 16, 2012, entitled “I ain’t never went to no Barcelona” after entering the following into a search engine:

apollo mission first man on the moon silver coin 1$ cook islands 2009

You can search my post all day long (go ahead, do it) and never find a single one of the items in which our new friend, the one in Krasnoznamensk, Moskva (Moscow), is interested.

Why do you think this sort of thing happens?

It’s enough to make me want to speak Australian.

See, now that is how confusion starts. That is not the Australian flag.

This is:


  1. Уважаемый г-н Brague,
    Хотели бы вы, чтобы шпионить для России? Мы дадим вам много денег и сексуальная молодая девушка тоже.
    С наилучшими пожеланиями, Иван

  2. To Whom It May Concern:

    Mr. Pudding of Yorkshire, pretending to be Ivan from Russia, has sent me the following message:

    Dear Mr. Brague,
    Would you like to spy for Russia? We'll give you a lot of money and a sexy young girl, too.
    With best regards, Ivan

    I will respond to that offer in one word: Nyet.

  3. Sir RWP, you continue to make me laugh. You know that Australia is the centre of the Universe and everyone wants to visit. Poor fella from Russia getting lost in cyberspace. I got so excited when I got my first visit from Russia, and then established that they wre being redirected from some site offering men advice on how to get more women. The instructional video was hilarious. I have since removed my blog from any search engines. Those sex bots out there in cyberspace generate a lot of traffic.