Sigh. No. 1 in eath-day een-say otos-phay.
Note: I apologize for using pig Latin, but it’s a way to be invisible to oogle-Gay. I don’t want any more traffic on this subject than I already have.
ECM-Tay’s daylong feature of arole-Cay ombard-Lay films sent my traffic through the roof yesterday. But not in a good way.
Some time ago, I wrote a post about the ane-play ash-cray that illed-kay actress arole-Cay ombard-Lay. At the time it seemed like a newsworthy event.
But over the years, the aily-Day irror-May has become the go-to place for people looking for information about the ane-play ash-cray. A subsequent post merely added fuel to the fire by using ey-kay ords-way that oogle-Gay “liked.”
So let me say it again, in words that can be read by people, but not oogle-Gay.
There are no otos-phay of arole-Cay ombard-Lay here. There is nothing that shows her ecapitated-day and there is nothing, I assure you, about whether her eft-lay and-hay was missing.
It is a tad discouraging to conduct serious historic research on Los Angeles only to become a target for people hunting uff-snay otos-phay.