Old Doxoblogy

Monday, October 17, 2005

Interesting

I just checked my sitemeter to see who had visited me today and apparently someone searching for 'hillbilly inbreeders' on msnsearch came to my blog.
So I automatically went to dogpile.com and searched for 'hillbilly inbreeders' and I came up number 3!
It's good to know where you stand in the blogosphere.

13 comments:

J. Wendell said...

What do it mean? Hillbilly inbreeders? From Tenessee? (My picture looks funny saying that, doesn't it? uuuhhhhh....)

Seriously - you can monitor who visits your site? And how many times in a day? Educate me!!!

Joe said...

That's gotta be one of the funniest things I have ever read.

j. wendell has a good question.

Educate us all (if we're not beyond hope.

Jeremy Weaver said...

Just click on your sitemeter on your blogpage and it will take you to a record of visits. On the sidebar you can choose different views. To see which urls referred the visitor, click referrals.

Bhedr said...

I was born in
West Virginia
yet they are the
least according to
statistics guilty of
this here in this
Southeastern area.
Who would have thought!
Virginia is the highest!
My wife is from Va and No
she is not my cousin and her
mother and father are not inter-related.

Jeremy Weaver said...

Just so you know Brian, this is all your fault! Follow the links man.
:-)

Charlie Wallace said...

great site. Finally a site i've found on the blogosphere that is theologically sound and not just a bunch of rhetoric and opinions.

Jeremy Weaver said...

Charles,
Thanks for stopping by and leaving the kind words. Although you probably think your somewhere else. Sound theology? No rhetoric or opinions? Doesn't sound like me.
:-)
Seriously, I value your input and eagerly wait for your opinions to be made evident in the comments section of this blog.

pilgrim said...

Hmm, I must check that out--see if the hillbillies like my blog!

DOGpreacher said...

You are too funny...

J. Wendell was too...

I know I can count on you when I am jonesin' for some levity!:)

Doug said...

I wonder if we can get the comment count up as high as the Ptyro's. BTW, my father-in-law is from West VA and my mother-in-law is from Arkansas. My wife is about as hillbilly as you can get.

Libbie said...

Look, I am absolutely not going to be party to this obssessive comment count thing, 'kay?

but as i have far too much time on my hands this evening, I did want to say, for what it's worth, you don't look like a hillbilly inbreeder..

Of course that then got me thinking what a hillbilly inbreeder does look like, and I confess I am too sheltered to know..

Maybe I should keep reading, eh?

Bhedr said...

John? ......?....Naaaugghhh!

Jeremy,

I just ran a quere and you slipped to 12. Sorry guy! And no...don't put that on me for the search but I do remember mentioning it a while back...so sorrrrryyyy!

John Rush said...

Jeremy,

Where in your posts did you include the words "hillbilly" and "inbreeders"?

And what do you think the person was really hoping to get from the dogpile?

Have you heard the hit song from Nashville: "I'm my own Grandpa"?

JRush