I gots me a troll.
While checking my Sitemeter stats yesterday--cuz it keeps me humble to realize that in two years I haven't racked up as much traffic as, say, Tamara does in a week--I noticed that one visitor's "out click" was to "Post a comment." Hadn't noticed any comments--and they're rare here--so I checked it out.
Might as well have simply visited HuffPo or Demonratic Underground.
Someone left a comment on my post Militia Musings (Additional Material) that was... Well, incoherently anti-Tea Party Movement.
So I went back to Sitemeter and looked "Montana's" entry up again.
Palomar Community College, San Marcos, CA.
Student or faculty? I'd like to think, from the pointlessness of the rant, that it's a student, but these days...
(Maybe a journalism instructor. Or, since it's a community college, a course in "community activism.")(I'd like to think that it's not the branch on San Diego Marine Corps Base...)
So, you should be learning something--or teaching it--and instead you use the school's resources to do a Google search for "militia 'tea party'"--at least you know to use quotes for "tea party"--and stay on the post just long enough to get to "post a comment." A whole six seconds!
It would be ironic, would it not, if what started increasing my traffic was dorks like this...
Edit: A troll or a bot. Note that the identical comment magically appeared on this post within minutes of my hitting "post."