Posts Tagged ‘breasts’

How I Can Tell How Alluring a Bay Area TV Weather Woman’s Breasts are, on Any Given Day

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Ooh boy, I can tell I’m in hot water already, so I’ll have to pay off on this headline tout de suite

So there I was, years ago, riding up Market coming home from work, as I am want to do, and I noticed an ad, 17 foot tall, for a local network affiliate’s new weather woman and I thought, wow, that’s not very Bay Arean, it’s more old-school, 50′s-style, come-look-at-our-beautiful (that was the actual word on the ad) new weathergirl.

So I took a shot of the ad and posted it.

So now, years later, I have a rough gauge of how many people are Googling her name at 5:00 or 6:00 or 7:00 AM on any particular day. On a day she’s wearing something particularly revealing, this site will get hundreds of visitors looking at the old post, which means thousands(!) of people must be Googling her name that morning – isn’t that a lot?

As stated, this has been going on for years. And this isn’t a small effect, this outfit-based popularity, it’s a huge effect. So, a frumpy outfit might generate ten times less “interest” than, how shall we say, a non-frumpy, more revealing outfit.

Here’s what it looks like when that old post is bringing in 17% of the audience to this small WordPress blog:

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Now I don’t look at the TV news myself, as I don’t have cable and I live in a high multipath area, what with the hills* and all, but this is my peek into what’s going on in the news biz, TV-wise.

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*We call them** “mountains,” our hills a few miles from the ocean what are less than a fifth of a mile high…

** Mount This and Mount That…

If You’re Using a Recently Stolen iPad or Nexus Tablet, Don’t Take Any Photos! – And are These Breasts Really the “Real Deal?”

Monday, November 12th, 2012

The Reddit SF hasn’t been this up-in-arms since that whole Cello Thief incident.

Check it:

Nexus 7 tablet stolen in the Mission Dolores area. Here are some photos uploaded by the thieves. Any information is much appreciated.

Oh, here’s one:

Via the Nexus 7 thief or a friend of a fence or an innocent – click to expand

I’m thinking that whenever somebody gives you or sells to you a tablet and it doesn’t come in the original box, then you just might have this kind of allegation on your hands.

Are the alleged thieves “innocent victims,” you know, like that clown who ended up with the iPad 2 of Steve Jobs?

And will Redditor cokacokacoh ever get his Nexus 7 back?

Only Time Will Tell.