The following information comes from Blogger and is all true, even though I have no explanation for most of it.
* This audience for this blog is overwhelmingly German. In terms of all-time page hits, surfers in Germany were # 1, by a massive 4-1 margin over the next closest country (the United States). Indeed, the audience from Germany alone is more than the next nine countries combined on the list. I have absolutely no idea why.
* In the top 5 list of keywords that brought people here, all are variations of the blog's or my own name except for one: "truth or dare". Why would people searching "truth or dare" come here? This one I actually do have an answer for: my review of Buffy the Vampire Slayer # 6 which includes the phrase "spooky truth or dare" next to a pic from the comic of Buffy and friends having a sleepover and playing the game. Other popular reasons people come here are "buffy comics" (makes sense), "call of cthulhu character sheet" (which I've never placed on this blog), and "avengers unplugged" (I did write a capsule review of this some years back . . .).
* The most popular all-time post is the Buffy one mentioned above; that's followed by another Buffy comic review (# 5), which I speculate is popular because it contains a picture of Buffy & Willow embracing along with a joke line "The scene that launched a thousand Buffy/Willow slash stories". In short, there are a lot of people who come here looking for something quite particular and end up disappointed! The third most popular post is a short story from the Clone Wars Campaign, A Brief Stint in the Great Beyond; it's a really good story (if I dare say so myself), but I have no idea why it's so popular compared to all of the others I've placed on the blog. Spot # 4 is filled by my walkthrough of the first mission in the Torchwood online game, and the fifth by a discussion of the 1993 Hawkeye limited series.
* On a monthly basis, this blog averages between 1500 and 2500 hits. Except for July 2013, when it had over 55,000! Yet, not a single one of my ten most popular posts were placed online in or near this month.
* There are 1195 posts on this blog, and 349 non-spam comments. Hey, a .292 batting average is okay for Major League Baseball . . .
* Finally, an update on whether I am still The World's Most Famous Jeremy Patrick: no. According to Google, I've fallen to # 2 behind someone who has a Facebook account. Damn you Mark Zuckerberg!