Recently, a woman emailed me about a blog post I wrote a couple of years ago. It was called “Libratard?” I was amazed that she took the time to write such a lovely email. She said she found my website when googling the definition of libratard. Her co-worker had been called a libratard and she wanted to know what it meant. There is no definition, since it’s not a real word, so Google directed her to me. Hahaha!
I went back and read that blog post and it cracked me up! You can read it here.
And do you know what’s really funny?
1) When you Google “libratard”, my post is the top entry.
2) That post has more views than any other blog post on my site (thanks, Google).
So, should I write a libratard song and put a video on YouTube? It might go viral and I’d find fame as the “Libratard Lady.” Woohoo. I could sell downloads of “Libratards Need Love, Too” or “Say It Loud, I’m a Libratard and I’m Proud.”
Nah. Someone would inevitably ask me what a libratard is and I don’t have a clue. Even though there are numerous equally clueless idiots out there throwing the word around without knowing what it means.
But I do appreciate the website traffic. A girl’s gotta get some attention any way she can…