Another Blog Observation

If you have any google juice at all and you use the word “crack” in an entry, you are at high risk for getting lots of dumbasses coming to your site looking for illegal keys to whatever software it is that they found on some shady bittorrent site. Some of them will even be brazen enough to leave you comments on random entries unrelated to their pursuit asking you for the keys despite the lack of relation of that post to what they want. Sometimes clues are thin on the ground.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

7 thoughts on “Another Blog Observation”

  1. Kreg Steppe says:

    That is interesting…I posted a few articles about me hacking my Xbox and posted links to a 10 minute hacking guide and a softmod hack…and months later…and I mean MONTHS..I still get people posting comments on those.

  2. PJ Cabrera says:

    Amazing, the level of idiocy in some computer users. You’d think they shouldn’t be able to find any warez, much less turn the computer on in the first place.

  3. Don’t you just LOVE searches? My site (and is all about
    LONG BEACH, SoCaLifornia and The 562 but it’s
    apolitical, areligious, asexual, and not monetarily motivated (Well, okay, I just had a “podcasting fundraiser”). I don’t write about these subjects but occasionally DO add Links to articles in TPS eNews.

    Let me post the subjects here, though, so they come to yours: Religion Politics Money and Sex.
    Now let’s add some Crackheads: Crack Crack Crack!

  4. Chris C. says:

    Hey Dave, I got a copy of this awesome radio station workflow and playout automation software. Can you help me get it to work?

  5. dave says:


    I hope to god that’s a joke.

  6. Chris C. says:


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