Before I left Canada, 7 years ago, I told several people (who may now be too embarrassed to admit to knowing me) that I was going to become a nationally-known pundit in 'Merka under the nom de plume "Aunty Em Ericann." To that end I created the meta-character named Aunty Em Ericann, who eventually came to write at NewsHounds. The back story for Aunty Em was deceptively simple. Here's her biographical profile:
Emily Ericann. That's my real name. Well it was, before I went back to my maiden name after the divorce. My ex and I were dating for 2 months before we realized that if we got married my name could be pronounced "american" (Em Ericann). After it all went bad, I realized that's the only real reason we got married. Ironically, I am a former American. However, I lived in Canada three and a half decades and became a Canadian citizen along the way. And yet, I recently returned to The Land of My Birth to take care of my aged father. Shocked by the before and after differences in America, I will use this forum to speak out.
|Some members of the Miklós Rózsa Society. Miklós |
Rózsa is in the center. The sack of shit who hides
behind the name of Johnny Dollar is on the far left.
However, my long-time readers already know that story. If they've been paying attention they also know that my Unpacking Aunty Em Ericann Blog series is merely an excuse to find clever ways to remind them to click on some of the advertising, so I can keep the Aunty Em Ericann Blog rolling. It won't cost you anything, but will add a few pennies (and I do mean few) to my coffers, helping to support this enterprise.
I'm looking at YOU!
Meanwhile, one statistic I can access through the Blogger platform is what search terms people have used to find their way to the Aunty Em Ericann Blog. Take a look at this chart for this week:
|Top Ten search terms delivering readers to the "Aunty Em Ericann" blog this week. They all make sense except #8.|
I don't know what disturbs me the most: That this week one of the search terms that people used to arrive here was "boy staked to the ground"; that three separate people used the search term "boy staked to the ground"; or that, somehow, "boy staked to the ground" brings people to my blog, even though I've tried it without any luck. While I'm thinking about it, I'm not so sure of Arawak People being on this blog either.
From time to time I also like to review what my Top Ten posts are. I can see which ones are highly-rated at any given moment in time, or by the day, by the week, by the month, and of all time since the Aunty Em Ericann Blog launched.
|My Top Ten most popular posts of All Time|
My Top Ten Posts of All Time™ in handy clickable hypertext:
Click on one of the links above to read one of my Top Ten blog entries, or just go exploring from the front page. There's guaranteed to be a story or two you like, or maybe something that merely pisses you off. However, just keep in mind that it would be a small favour to me for you to click on one of the adverts . . . or two . . . on the Aunty Em Ericann Blog.