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    ¿Quién es esa niña?

    You would think that, being reasonably familiar with the salacious ways of the world, I’d know that using certain words is asking for trouble. Obviously not:


    I should have seen what was coming when I tossed off a reference to b—- w—- a month or so back, but…well, maybe I’m only attuned to my own turn-ons. I almost have to feel sorry for anyone who was looking for pictures of b—- w—- and washed up here. Bet it was a surprise!

    And, man! Apparently, there are 300 million people in America: one is K—- C——, and the other 299,999,999 want to know whether he’s queer. Believe me, what you’re seeing above are just the two most common strings. There are plenty more where those came from. It’s mind-boggling.

    On the bright side, I’ll be in great shape to become known to millions if the tabloids ever start linking K—- C—— to b—- w—-.

    Added on 24 February (barely): It did occur to me that Spanish questions are supposed to have that inverted interrogation mark before them, but since Spanish isn’t a language I’ve studied, much less had reason to type in, I didn’t know how to make it. Turns out it’s iquest. I mean, that’s what you put between the ampersand and semi-colon. ¿ So intuitive I’m sure I’ll forget it. Not that I have any reason to have to remember it, anyway.

    3 Responses to “¿Quién es esa niña?”

    1. John says:

      I remember some guy posting about a year ago that someone had hit his site using “Mike Ditka nude pictures”. His response went something like: “Good God, I don’t have ’em, and if you find ’em, keep ’em to yourself.”

    2. Sean Kinsell says:

      Thanks, there, buddy. I’d been doing so well at keeping my food down, too.

    3. Sean Kinsell says:

      Thanks, Marzo. Out of respect for you and Madonna (not that she warrants it lately, but the Who’s That Girl? soundtrack recalls her era of peak divinity), I’ve fixed the title.
      Oh, damn. I guess to really fix the title I have to put that upside-down question mark in, too. Grumble, grumble, why can’t all these people learn to speak English, grumble, grumble. :)