Archive | April 14, 2018

Google Gives Me Top Billing On “Nikki Haley Necklace” Searches –> 1,000+ Hits TODAY.

by Anura Guruge


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Google SEARCH results. #1 spot!


Google image search. 4 entries in the 1st row.


Today’s “Nikki Haley necklace” related hits.


The very first time I saw Nikki Haley, on TV, with ‘that’ necklace I knew that people were going to be curious about it. So, I did a post about it on April 9, 2017.

That was just over a year ago. I have, to-date, had over 7,400 hits on that post — over 900 just today!

So, I was right in my contention that people would be curious and interested.

Given the interest, I have done a series of posts on this necklace. They have all attracted attention.

My hits go up whenever she is on TV — as she was today. Hence, the spike in hits.

Until today I had not bothered to check where I stood when you did a Google search on the subject. Wow. I was amazed, flattered and humbled. Thank YOU, Google. They do me proud.



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Fitbit Ionic: Adidas Edition — $30 Worth Of Lipstick On A Pig!

by Anura Guruge


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This really is BUT pure cosmetics. Thus, the ‘lipstick on a pig’ is beyond appropo!

Yes, there is an Adidas-specific workout APP for running, plus a new watch strap and a new watch face. That is IT!

The rest of the watch is the SAME. The SAME.

Come on.

Yes, I understand and now I have got to appreciate. Fitbit is all about looks, little substance. It is for posers. So, this works out well for that crowd. You can show off your Adidas version. Wow.

I have another 19-days with my dreaded Fitbit Ionic. That will be 90-days — the limit I imposed on myself, as a kind of penance, I have found a good home for it. My 12-year daughter who started wearing an iWOWNFit i6HRC Fitness Tracker, I got her for her birthday last month, wants it. That is perfect. It will be great for her. She is not a runner. She will make use of the music feature that I have not touched. It will count her steps, monitor her sleep and measure her heart-rate. It will get her used to wearing a big tracker. That is great. My 17-year old daughter got my Garmin Vivoactive HR. So, this all works out.

What am I going to get. A Garmin … BUT NOT a Forerunner 645. That still has too many problems.

Stay tuned. I will keep you posted.


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