Who Read Sanityandsense in Sept/2011, and What Were the Most Popular Articles?

   ” President Bill Clinton’s Penis” has experienced rapid growth in recent months.  ” President Bill Clinton’s Penis” was the most widely read article on this website in September/2011.  This article blew the other articles away and erected new readership records for this website that probably will stand strong for a long time.  This article was published on June 8,  2011.  Interestingly, the article was not anti-Clinton, anti-Lewinsky,  or even anti-cigar.  The article was anti-news media and was intended to demonstrate that the media ignores important issues like the economy while focusing upon the curvature of Mr. Clinton’s penis. 

   ” PAC Man Perry” was in second place and was published on Sept/20/2011.

   ” The Influenza Vaccine” was in third place and was published on Sept/16/2011.  This article elicited outrage  at the federal government from readers who believe that Mercury should be prohibited as a preservative in all vaccines.  Sanityandsense suggests that the concerned individuals contact their congressman since the U.S. Congress has both direct and indirect authority over the FDA, the CDC, and the Surgeon General.

   ” The Real Michelle Bachmann” was in fourth place and was published on Sept/02/2011. 

   ” The World’s Greatest Herpetologist” was in fifth place and was published on January/10/2011. 

   To locate any of the above mentioned articles quickly, go to the home page and click on the correct month/year the article was published.  Then scroll to the article. 

   All statistics were obtained from Google Analytics. 

   The number of new registrations for this site doubled again in September, much to my surprise.

   This site was read in 31 states in the U.S. in September.  The top five states by readership were: 1) Florida, 2) Texas, 3) New York, 4) North Carolina, and 5) Maryland. 

   The site was read in 23 countries throughout the world.  Sanityandsense does not provide e-mail addresses of our readers to any individual or organization.  Apparently readership is high in U.S. embassies around the world. 

                                  R. Van Conoley

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