For all the visitors to the site, please be aware that WordPress gives me very vague statistics on who you are.
I get – where you come from (special thanks to my visitors from Jersey) – some info on how you got here (so I can bump up my views) – plus a little bit more. There is absolutely NOTHING that I get that I could use to identify an individual person as it is all washed through the washing machine/tumble drier before I get to see it. My visitors from Jersey have spotless, immaculately clean jerseys, even if they actually come from Guernsey, Sark or whatever other islands make up whatever WordPress labels as “Jersey”.
I try to respond to comments. Here’s why. Comments on my posts make me think harder about the facts of the matter. That in turn, I hope, makes me sharper and more informed.
And here is why I am hoping you kind folks will give me a clue.
WordPress is showing me, at this very moment, that the top search that found me is “dog hairs in apartment 5a can this be traced to specific dogs”.
Oddly enough, I can probably tell you – which dog was in 5A – whether dog hairs can be tracked to specific dogs – whether this matters in the Madeleine case – and possibly more.
But you are going to have to give me a clue. Without a clue, I can’t see why which dog left the hairs is significant. Madeleine was already gone before a dog went into 5A, so one or more dogs went into 5A tells us …. what?
My track record to date on comments is pretty good. As I said, comments make me think harder, comments make me better informed.
Please feel free to make a comment. Without it, I am left feeling pretty clueless. As in, why do the dog hairs matter, other than contaminants? Doesn’t getting rid of the dog hairs improve the matter? Or is it important to work out which dog left hairs and when?
Try the comments route folks. Please folks, give me a clue!