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From the Duluth News Tribune website: The top searched item is “Hells Angles.”

Hells Angels = badass bikers

Hells Angles = badass mathematicians?

8 Comments

Paul Lundgren

about 12 years ago

Maybe it takes some badass mathematicians to figure out how many badass bikers get to be "One Percenters."

Shelly

about 12 years ago

With the larger question being...is it not the readers of the DNT doing that search and therefore making it the Top Search?  I will go out on a limb and assume that Hells Angels know how to spell Hells Angels, so, we know it's not them searching "Angles"...this poor, misunderstood, and mis-spelled group...who shall advocate for their proper representation among a public who cares so little that they can't even spell their name correctly?  Who?

girlfromnorthcountry

about 12 years ago

At the moment I'm posting, here's the DNT's TOP SEARCHES:
Hells Angles
obituaries
spirit valley days
hells angels
david cook
matters of record
HOME INVASIONS

Shelly

about 12 years ago

OK, DNT "top" searches...that means three people searched Hells Angles (or one guy three times), two searched obits, and the rest was searched just once...

Rae

about 12 years ago

Why would someone search for obituaries when there is a link for it on the main page?

Sjixxxy

about 12 years ago

And why read the Obits on the DNT site when it is way more fun to get them through Google News where the information often get into crack-ups with each other and display for the wrong headlines for the people?



Sjixxxy

about 12 years ago

Ugh.. I broke things.

Dear Admins,
 http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ajax-comment-preview/
 Yay?

Cory

about 12 years ago

Comment preview turned on.  Tada!

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