Sunday, 27 March 2011

The curious case of the Americans...

So, I've been looking at the statistics for the number of pageviews this blog has received and there's something puzzling me. For the past few days dozens of Americans have bee visiting my blog despite no new content being uploaded. I don't mind, in fact, I'm rather flattered that our cousins from across the Atlantic are reading my blog. It's just that I'm a bit puzzled as to how and why they got here.

So, if you're a visiting American, please could you leave a comment to tell me what brings you here? Are you lost? Did you come here for my quaint British charm? Do you actually like the drivel I spout? Do you support Palin 2012? Where's my hat gone?

(Actually, I'd only really like answers to the first question - though I imagine that the answers to some of the others might well be amusing.)

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I'm indebted to Birkdale Focus for the following choice of words:

I am happy to address most contributions, even the drunken ones if they are coherent, but I am not going to engage with negative sniping from those who do not have the guts to add their names or a consistent on-line identity to their comments. Such postings will not be published.

Anonymous comments with a constructive contribution to make to the discussion, even if it is critical will continue to be posted. Libellous comments or remarks I think may be libellous will not be published.

I will also not tolerate personation so please do not add comments in the name of real people unless you are that person. If you do not like these rules then start your own blog.

Oh, and if you persist in repeating yourself despite the fact I have addressed your point I may get bored and reject your comment.

The views expressed in comments are those of the poster, not me.