Monday, May 12, 2008

Engineered Searches

Google directed some poor soul to my blog in response to their quest for "Roberta, Indiana model." --Please be advised, Sir or Madam, that Indiana requires no special emissions controls or illumination; the Indiana model Roberta is well-nigh identical to the ones operating in at least 48 other States.

Kewler is this'n: See all the Rooooshian?
H'mmm. Somebody at Google has read way too many Hellboy comic books.


Assrot said...

Ahhh but the Indiana model looks and sounds much better than the other 49 models.



Anonymous said...

I'm thinking that the Indiana model is unique. Likely modified in some manner, whether it was an intentional or unintentional modification has yet to be dertermined.

Anonymous said...

From personal observation, the Indiana model has huuuuge.... tracts of land. Yep, that's it, huge tracts of open farmland, that's right, there in the heartland of the midwest.

Roberta X said...

The only mods of which I am aware consist of a couple of screws that I think the surgeon left when he removed most of the hardware from my right knee, after things started to act up. They don't set off metal detectors.

Turk Turon said...

The Indiana model is a bespoke, one-off, prototype, unlikely to ever be put into mass- or even limited-production. Works of art never are.