Martin Successor Nabisco

By Shamus
on Sep 12, 2006
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To add to my earlier idea about not blogging while suffering from a fever, I’m starting to think using the internet in general is a bad idea in this condition:

Google - Martin Successor Nabisco

Well, maybe there weren’t any pages with “Martin Successor Nabisco” before, but now there is!

LATER: Let’s see how long it takes for this phrase to show up.

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  1. The Googlebot hasn’t found you yet. I wonder how long before it shows up?

  2. ubu roi says:

    Needs more gay midget porn to go with it. There!

  3. Shamus says:

    Steven, I was just wondering the same thing. Should be interesting to find out…

  4. Heather says:

    HHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh my goodness. I needed a good laugh and you almost made me fall of my chair. I thought Martin Nabisco looked funny.

  5. BeckoningChasm says:

    Maybe I’ll title a post Martin Scorsese Nabisco just to see if it’ll spread.

  6. BeckoningChasm says:

    Shoot, I got it wrong and don’t even have a cold. Does an earache count?

  7. AndrewNZachsDad says:

    A few months later, but there is now a Google link to you, Shamus. Also, strangely enough, a link to a gourmet cooking site referring to your blog…

  8. Dreadjaws says:

    Today, looking for it shows 348.000 results. Amazing.

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