The Most Popular Bridge on the Internet
I don’t check my blog stats very often, but when I do I see a consistent pattern. By far, the most-viewed post on the blog is this one, about the ID-iotic argument for “common design,” discussed by way of the relatively well-documented evolutionary pathway of whales.
And why is that the most-viewed post on my blog? Because I mention, in passing, the George Washington Bridge, and include a picture of it. The number one search that leads to my blog, by far, is “George Washington Bridge.”
Naturally, I’m being a little facetious with the title of this post. It’s not like I’m getting massive traffic from it. We’re talking an average of 20 hits a day. Still, that’s 20 hits a day looking up this bridge and winding up here.
Since I’ve now mentioned it by name and re-posted the picture, I assume that future searches will also lead to this post. So, Googlers of the future, just for my own curiosity: why are you googling the George Washington Bridge?