Once again Green Comet seems to be a gateway for people who want to learn about spanking their women. Humans are funny little things, aren’t they?
Judging from the pattern of hits, I’m guessing that a lot of children find this post after getting a school assignment.
3. Home Page
This makes sense, since it’s the landing page for the site.
It’s a fascinating story, so I’m not surprised at the interest in it. It’s interesting to speculate about the search parameters that led here. There are some good comments, too.
Once again, how do people end up here? What is the interest in unpleasant sounds?
This is gratifying. Since the purpose of the Green Comet website is to provide a home on the internet for the Green Comet trilogy, I am pleased that so many people go to the downloads page. In fact, you should do that as soon as you finish reading this post. Download everything. It’s free.
This one is probably linked to #2. They are closely related ideas.
8. Cirrus Homogenitus
Everyone loves clouds, and this one is probably particularly interesting because it’s one of the rare new ones designated by the World Meteorological Organization in their International Cloud Atlas.
9. Altocumulus Lenticularis
More clouds, and these ones are popular for their striking appearance and their counter-intuitive behavior.
More clouds, and again very distinctive in their appearance.
So, that was 2018. I think I’m safe in predicting that the list for 2019 will be similar.