No Snakes on a Plane
I am sure there is something wrong with Google, rather than interest in Snakes on a Plane vanishing altogether, as the latest search results suggest (above—this is not a faked image). Or, maybe New Line wishes me to stop counting how many links the phrase is getting?
Incidentally, the CBS News link in the image is here, involving a real snake (singular) on a plane. Posted by Jack Yan, 00:41
Google's been weird lately in general. Now I hear that Technorati's servers have been overrun. What is going on here?
Well, when I did the same search just now, I got 4,010,000 hits. Hmm.
# posted by Andrea Weckerle: 6/04/2006 01:43:00 AM
It’s the darnedest thing, Andrea. I got the page above many times. Then, I got the proper ﬁrst page—but the second was like the one above.Post a Comment
Nicole, I hear the same. It didn’t even record any new posts from this blog for 23 hours, even though there were two (this and the previous one) in the interim.
Google occasionally feeds me pages with a totally different design—I have to go and wipe cookies in order to get it back to normal.
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