Friday, May 02, 2008

Googling Expelled

Just to see, I Googled "Expelled". Here are the results from the first page in order.
  1. A review from Google Movies
  2. The official Expelled website
  3. Another page from the official website
  4. The Wikipedia entry
  5. An alternate URL for the Wikipedia entry
  6. A trailer on YouTube
  7. Another trailer on YouTube
  8. The IMDB entry
  9. A Pharyngula post about Expelled
  10. Expelled Exposed
  11. An article on WorldNut Daily

Yes, folks, Google-bombing Expelled has pushed Expelled Exposed to the first page. But with all our Google-bombing, PZ's post still comes up one notch higher. Verily, the god of the Internet walks among us, in the snows of Minnesota.

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