Do internet search strings give blog moderators a backdoor peek at public opinion?

I’ve tangentially touched on this topic before when I highlighted Behavioral Economist Dan Ariely and his analysis of the Google auto complete feature to illustrate gender bias way back in January, 2010.  Occasionally I get a backdoor peek into what brings the internet searching public to Slabbed and it is laugh out loud funny. Search engines are a reflection of what the community is thinking and with the Jefferson Parish School Board squandering scare taxpayer money investigating one of its own members that was critical of a central office employee, I reckon the following Slabbed dashboard screen capture tells the tale of a fed up public:

It is the impression I get.

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