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  1. I don't have porn on my blog, and never would. Mine is mainly about, and with pictures of, the beaches of the Outer Hebrides (an archipelago of islands off the west coast of Scotland).

    A few days ago, I put up a (text) posting discussing nudist beaches of the Outer Hebrides. It's a topic of conversation locally, partially because of the local culture (mostly strict Church dominated), and partially because the sea is often very cold. The Outer Hebrides is the windiest place in the UK. Posting is here:

    http://silversprite.wordpress.com/2006/07/28/

    I thought there might be a few people who would find their way accidentally to my blog when looking for pictures of naked people and the like. What happened was that traffic shot up almost immediately. Suspect that most of these new people have been very disappointed to find a blog with just pictures of beaches, and not a single naked pixel.

    Three days later I put up the search terms that people used to find their way to my blog. You can see how quickly nude/naked stuff propogated:

    http://silversprite.wordpress.com/2006/07/31/

    There's been more since then. Some people must have been *very* disappointed. Especially the person who was looking for "Hot Koreans in tight jeans" and found their way to a posting about insect bites:

    http://silversprite.wordpress.com/2006/07/25/

    Anyway, in a weird way it may have been beneficial(?) or useful to a few people. While surfing for porn, they come across pictures of beaches in a remote part of the world; maybe this'll be a new interest, hobby or diversion for a few?

  2. It's also possible that some of the searches are being conducted by members of police forces.

  3. Agreed. Closing thread to make TT happy. :)

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