In the field of rotating eyebrows, I WIN.
FUCK YOU BING. Er, wait, what was that first one again?
The thought came from this thread, which starts off considering just how crazy it seems to oldsters to have instant access to useful information and then moved on to how terrible it might be that we have forgotten to like drinking piña coladas and gettin' caught in the rain and instead masturbate and LOL.
Later on there's a BIG COMPANIES CONTROL THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION argument, which is fine, but one person seemed to think that Google was a portal to all the world's information, which is a misunderstanding, I think, of the creative and social aspects of the internet as opposed to its archiving side. The folks I follow around the internet I follow because they did something I liked, not because of Google hits, and there was the suggestion that an absence of a listing on Google would put me at some sort of disadvantage. It seems pretty obvious to me that if I get traffic Google's got nothing to do with it. But I could be wrong.
Are there people that come to this site via a search for rotating eyebrows or zorbing grannies? If so, WELCOME.