Anyway. I was going to write a post about my "bucket" list, though it can't be a bucket list because most things I want to get done before I get settled in life, in the next five years or so. Kicking the bucket is hopefully much later on and thus not relevant as a deadline. I need deadlines in my life. But anyway, while trying to think of a better name for this list, I got distracted.
See that quote up at the top of my page? I hadn't read that in a long time and I have no idea where I got it. I figured I should take it down; it no longer means anything to me. But before I did, I wanted to find where it came from and repost it elsewhere, like in a blog post. Like this one. So I Googled it. Nothing came up. I Googled the first half: "A MAN CAN ONLY TRULY KNOW WHO HE IS WHEN HE CAN SAY " and only two things came up.
The Google results looked like this:
and neither of those has anything to do with that quote. However both have to do with the title of my blog. This blog. Isn't that super weird? Someone please explain to me how Google concluded that this made sense? Neither of the websites look real. There is no contact info or company info, just somewhat random products listed for sale with no price or no way to purchase.
OH! And now the pages don't exist at all! What just happened?