Coincidence or what?
One of those blog monitoring services called Waypath monitors references to George Bush. Yesterday they picked up and published the following story from my Size Does Matter post.......
when:19 hours, 56 minutes ago
this blog:On An Overgrown Path
On An Overgrown Path : Size does matter
no doubt by the recent revelations of George Bush's iPod listening habits . (Why does music no longer...Here in the UK we are in the middle of an election campaign. It is marked by an incumbent party ( Labour ) with absolutely no credibility due to their toadying to the Bush administration, being opposed by two other parties ( Conservative and Liberal Democrat ) with even less credibility.
Later my blog visitor log reported the following access...
Referring Link No referring link
Host Name wallwhale-pub.fda.gov
IP Address 184.108.40.206
Country United States
ISP Parklawn Computer Center / Dimes Hq
Parklawn Computer Center is a US Government Computer Centre for the Federal Food and Drug Administration. Their IP address keeps some quite interesting company...
220.127.116.11 NASA Goodard Space Flight Center (NET-GSFC-OPS-NET) 18.104.22.168 Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (NET-CNR-GENOVA) 22.214.171.124 CNR - Istituto CNUCE (NET-CNR-ROMA) 126.96.36.199 Data Research Associates, Inc. (NET-DRANET) 188.8.131.52 Parklawn Computer Center / DIMES HQ (NET-DIMES) 184.108.40.206 Army Information Systems Command (NET-MONMOUTH-2)
I am sure it is just conspiracy theory on my part (a bit like WMD in Iraq), but Parklawn Computer Center hasn't visited On An Overgrown Path before to my knowledge. It must all be quite innocent, perhaps they were looking for hallucinogenic references in my posts BrainFood - 1 and Brain Food - 2, or maybe some recipes from the superb Griffin at Felin Fach that I wtote about in my post Lux Aeterna (and not Ligeti)? There is most probably a Tallis Scholars fan somewhere in Gaithersburg, Maryland. If so welcome to On An Overgrown Path, and I am sure you will enjoy my choral music postings at Master Tallis' Testament and The Chorus Sings Tallis and Tippett, not to mention the clandestine Nazi past of German photographer Siegfried Lauterwasser.