In the wake of the tragic events taking place in Haiti, it’s important to do everything we can to help the relief effort. Thank God for that fiery-haired saint, Conan O’Brien, who probably donated something to the relief efforts in Haiti. While Scott Brown defeated Martha Coakley to take home the Massachusetts senate seat, Brown went home empty handed at the Golden Globes not even securing a nomination for his comedic performance in “Mr. Gaffey Goes to Washington” announcing that his hot daughters are available.
But all this brings up an interesting question: should we be shamelessly creating content just so the search engine robots send people to our blog? It’s relatively simple to figure out which terms people are searching for at any given moment using the google zeitgeist. Hell, I don’t even know who Teddy Pendergrass is. But won’t the people searching for barely legal Asian schoolgirls or Barack Obama’s healthcare bill who get this article instead feel a more than a little disappointed? Tricking people into doing something seems like a bigger and bigger part of the Internet these days.
Either way, I’m still going to keep searching for pictures of Heidi Montag and we’ll post the google analytics for this brain entry later and see how well we did.