At least, don't trust that white bear. You know, NZ Bear.
Well, that's not fair. I should be saying don't trust this morning's version of NZ Bear's TTLB Ecosystem.
Something is again screwed up in the Ecosystem. I blame Halliburton.
I'm not sure what has caused the entire Ecosystem to be all screwy this morning. You got some Web site no one ever heard of at the top called "Painless Self Promotion." No, don't link to it yourself. If you want to offer links to it, use my special Link-Stealing Method by copying the link I used just now. Okay, maybe you shouldn't use that method. But who would you rather give the link to, me or them?
Anyway, as I was saying, it's all screwed up.
How else would you explain this little blog being in the status of "Mortal Human?"
Yep, this blog!
Just look at this capture from my sidebar this morning.
See? It says "Mortal Human."
Oh, that other? Turns out that this little blog is in the Ecosystem twice. Once under the old URL (http://basils.blogspot.com/) and once with the current URL (http://www.basilsblog.com/).
Anyway, this little blog shows up as a "Mortal Human." That's top 30. And no, it's not right.
Especially when you consider that the number of links to this little blog has decreased.
Despite the drop in links, something screwy as caused this little blog ... both listings, both URLs ... to rise. All the way to Mortal Human.
Oh, I know. NZ Bear takes a lot of pride in running a good system. And he'll figure it out and fix it. And this little blog will drop back down to more reasonable levels. Although I'm still amazed that anybody links to it at all. But some folks who have nothing better to do, or on a dare, I'm not sure which, link to this little blog.
So, things will fix themselves. And soon, I hope, so that the blogs that are deserving of such a lofty perch will return to their rightful place.
But, in the meantime, I'm going to enjoy the heck out of this aberration.