Recall, if you will, that a couple of times during the offseason I took a look at the Google Analytics for Battle of California. I found out what's driving visitors to our site, and what pressing questions they had.
I thought it might be time to do this again. My plan was to do another deep-dive, trying to uncover some truth in the noise of site analytics.
That plan all changed when a particular search term (the words a visitor typed in to Google in order to find our site) caught my eye:
This phrase raised my eyebrows for so many reasons. It raised questions such as who searches specifically for ugly people to fuck? Or maybe is there really a Logan, California? And is Logan known for uggos?
But what probably baffled me the most, was that Google Analytics does not censor search terms.
... Folks, that means someone typed out "f***" into Google while trying to find an ugly person online to have sex with. This person finds anonymous sex with internet strangers perfectly acceptable, but they will not sink to the level of typing out the word fuck on the internet. I mean, good heavens, what would someone think if they looked at the browser history and saw the f-word!?! Nope, better self-censor while search for big uglies to bang.
You'll be pleased to know that Battle of California is the number one result in Google for this particular search.
I'm so out of touch with our readers at this point that I'm afraid to even visit anymore.
Someone in Logan, California is about to f***.