Ass-kissing, dog-shit, and other reasons to read Concurring Opinions
A recent visitor to Concurring Opinions came in search of a specific phrase: Motion to kiss my ass. Future searchers for the same term are likely to follow. After all, Concurring Opinions is an amazing #1 in the google ranks for the search term “motion to kiss my ass.” (At last, something to really make my mother proud of me!)
It gets worse, of course. Co-Op’s lofty google ranks for the following terms are sometimes sensible, and often head-scratching:
Starbucks secret menu (#1).
Law school rankings (#4).
Public intoxication walking (#7). (We don’t really recommend it, but . . .)
Shit girl (#15 from Google Italy). (That’s in reference to Dan S.’s post about the cyber-shaming of Korea’s “Dog-Shit Girl.”)
Law school grades (#9).
Law and fruit (#4). (Thank you, Miriam!)
Ways to do crack (#3). (I’m not making this one up!).
Bigamy opinions (#2). (I suppose the rank is oddly appropriate, given the subject matter).
Jennifer Aniston nude (#2) (our bread and butter).
Hmm. And I just blogged about our website’s fame in the areas of kiss-ass motions and ways-to-do-crack. Does that count as self-cyber-shaming?