finding hbd chick 2014

here’s a map of where this year’s visitors to the blog were located. i am happy to report that i achieved my goal for 2014 and had one visitor (one page view) from turkmenistan, so…woo hoo! (~_^)

visitors 2014 - map - turkmenistan

here are the top 20 countries in descending order. the difference between the u.s. and the u.k. is still roughly one order of magnitude. for the wiseguy (krakonos! =P ) who last year asked what the figures were per 100,000 people, total unique visitors from the u.s. for 2014 was 75 per 100,000 — for the u.k., 59 per 100,000 — for the czech republic, 17 per 100,000. (^_^) (note that these are just wordpress stats, so they’re not the greatest.)

germany, france, and spain moved up in the rankings, and south africa is now in the top 20 (hello south africans!). belgium and the czech republic dropped out of the top 20. =(

– united states
– united kingdom
– canada
– australia
– germany
– sweden
– france
– ireland
– finland
– norway
– india
– brazil
– spain
– netherlands
– new zealand
– poland
– austria
– denmark
– greece
– south africa

the top 10 referrers (not including search engines) in order were…

– twitter
– jayman
– steve sailer
– heartiste
– neorxn.com
– slatestarcodex
– unz.com
– mr. mangan, esq.
– vdare.com
– captaincapitalism.blogspot.com

…thank you gentlemen and twitterheads! (^_^)

and here are the totally relevant and/or…interesting…search engine searches via which people arrived on the blog:

– pirates (got ’em)
– black american porn (don’t ask)
– european tribes (yup!)
– hajnal line (oh, yeah)
– hodor (hodor!)
– where does culture come from (srsly. where does culture come from?)
– giant sloth (apparently!)
– hbd chic (très chic)
– great tits (shhhhhhhh!)
– do gypsies marry their cousins (yes)
– dinosaur head dress (d*mnit! forgot to cover that this year AGAIN.)
– right wing authoritarianism test (covered)
– cousin marriage in japan (yes and yes)
– left-wing authoritarians were found in eastern europe (you know it!)
– maniots (love the maniots!)
– geographical origin of quakers (glad you asked!)
– inbreeding in sicily (yeah, lots of it)
– double first cousin (yes, there is such a thing)
– game of thrones and actual history and frisia (GoT and history — there’s a book about that; and here’s a post on frisia)
– where are my dragons (when IS GoT coming on again?!)
– irish travellers consanguinity history (here)
– what does a lemur look like (eh?)
– horse japanese art (i like it!)
– what country is above scotland (uhhhh…)
– good morning penguins (penguin alerts!)
– inside the hbd cult (no)
– all grandmas are created equal (no, they’re not.)
– who is hbd (i think you meant what)
– scandinavian black magic witches bullet (whoa)
– i was born in the potteries am i a northerner (dunno. i am a northerner! (~_^))
– boinking sisters (no, no, no. that’s just WRONG!)
– if father younger brothers daughter marry with father son for muslim (uh…yes. i think.)
– the hbd chick (thank you for the definite article!)
– do plants have anuses (wait. what?)

THANKS AGAIN EVERYBODY FOR ALL OF YOUR INFORMATIVE AND THOUGHTFUL COMMENTS AND INPUT! (^_^)

more next year!

previously: finding hbd chick 2013

12 Comments

  1. “Do plants have anuses” is definitely the best search term on that list. LOL.

    Thanks for all the hard (?) work. Really appreciate the blog.

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  2. @polynices – “‘Do plants have anuses’ is definitely the best search term on that list. LOL.”

    heh! yeah. =P i still don’t know how the person wound up on this blog, but i hope, even if their question wasn’t answered by me, that they found some sort of enlightenment here. =P

    @polynices – “Really appreciate the blog.”

    thanks for saying so! (^_^)

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  3. I get some weird search terms leading to my blog. I say whatever works, though as chick said once before, some of them are in for some “shock and horror” (though anymore than those looking for the “reverse gangbang” or “benefits of being a bisexual girl,” I don’t know.)

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  4. Congrats hbd chick! My blog had viewers in random places such as Afghanistan and Angola, however Turkmenistan is pretty impressive. Keep up the good work in 2015.

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  5. @chris – “Congrats hbd chick!”

    thanks! (^_^)

    @chris – “Keep up the good work in 2015.”

    i’ll try!

    btw, what was it that you noticed on the african genome variation paper? i give up! (^_^)

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  6. @ hbd chick – “btw, what was it that you noticed on the african genome variation paper? i give up! (^_^)”

    Sorry, yes. It was the Hadza, and their very obvious Eurasian affinity. Clearly not due to a recent back-migration either. This has been noted a few times by others (Razib Khan, Dienekes etc.) but it clearly stands out in figure 1c in the ‘ADMIXTURE analysis in a global context’ image.
    I read someone elsewhere suggesting that the Hadza substrate could be an immediate sister to OoA. Might also be relevant to the so-called ‘Basal Eurasian’ component? Though looking at HLA etc. the Hadza, unlike the Khoisan, show signs of a severe population bottleneck, extremely elevated linkage disequilibrium, increased runs of homozygosity, & low HLA/haplotype heterozygosity compared with other African populations.

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  7. @chris – “It was the Hadza, and their very obvious Eurasian affinity. Clearly not due to a recent back-migration either. T his has been noted a few times by others (Razib Khan, Dienekes etc.) but it clearly stands out in figure 1c in the ‘ADMIXTURE analysis in a global context’ image. I read someone elsewhere suggesting that the Hadza substrate could be an immediate sister to OoA. Might also be relevant to the so-called ‘Basal Eurasian’ component?”

    aaaaahhh! how interesting! thanks!

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