p;id=5489">Ken Layne at July 24, 2003 12:59 AM

I, too, want to know who the hell's been looking for "Kobe Bryant sexual bond" on my blog, but I also want to know which questionable visitor came via the "Alyssa Milano with soldiers" search. That taught me never to mock CalPundit again!

Posted by: Robert Tagorda at July 24, 2003 07:15 AM

try "slave breeding" .. don't ask me ... I haven't a clue.

The scary part is that I've been hit TWICE with those search words.

Posted by: Mike Van Winkle at July 24, 2003 02:52 PM

How fortunate I must have been to have used the words "Kobe Bryant", "accuser's" and "picture" in the month of June, 2002; for at least one day, I was the only link to that combination of words on Google. I've gotten a couple of links, however, to "Kobe Bryant", "n

Posted by: Steve Smith at July 24, 2003 05:41 PM

Kobe Bryant searches are the number one referral stat on my site as well. I think we should all get used to it because it's going to last for awhile, alas.

Posted by: Roger L. Simon at July 25, 2003 11:54 PM

According to CNN: "Terra Lycos said Thursday that the Bryant case is one of the most popular online search topics in its history." That explains it!

Posted by: Robert Tagorda at July 26, 2003 08:45 AM

These racist and sexist charges will be proven false. However I want my fans to know I will not use the "I am gay so I can't have done it" defense as rumored on various sites.

Posted by: Kobe Bryant at July 26, 2003 09:00 AM
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