Someone from PNNL came visiting again a few minutes ago. But not for the usual reason. Check out the “Search Words”:
|Domain Name||pnl.gov ? (United States Government)|
|IP Address||130.20.105.# (Battele Pacific Northwest Laboratory)|
|ISP||Battele Pacific Northwest Laboratory|
|Language||English (United States)
|Operating System||Microsoft WinXP|
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20061206 Firefox/220.127.116.11
|Time of Visit||Jan 2 2007 6:11:03 pm|
|Last Page View||Jan 2 2007 6:11:03 pm|
|Visit Length||0 seconds|
|Search Words||kennewick brazilian wax washington|
|Visit Entry Page||http://blog.joehuffman.org/|
|Visit Exit Page||http://blog.joehuffman.org/|
|Visitor’s Time||Jan 2 2007 6:11:03 pm|
Apparently Google gave them a hit on this post of mine.
This is so funny. Their computer security is so lax it’s pathetic. If I still had someone, anyone, there that was willing to talk to me without fear of getting fired I could find out whose computer (I already know the computer name) it was that being used to look for a Brazilian wax job in Kennewick (just to the south across the river from Richland). I’ll bet she (or he) would be embarrassed to have that info posted on the Internet. If it were one of the felons at the lab I’d post the computer name. But almost for certain it’s not.