James Doolittle

February 25, 2006

James Doolittle

Filed under: Uncategorized — jdoolittle @ 12:51 am

This is interesting: if you google (yes, that’s a verb) “James Doolittle,” you’ll come up with a whole bunch of results for General James H. Doolittle, who was an aviator popularized for leading the first American counter-strike against the Japanese after Pearl Harbor in World War II (Alec Baldwin played him in the movie Peal Harbor). I’m mentioned somewhere on page three.

But, if you google “James Doolittle alcohol,” my blog holds not only the first hit, but also the second.

The question is, do I have a drinking problem, or is James Doolittle just such a unique name that only one of us is mentioned on a website also containing the word alcohol? (Should I mention that I’ve been drinking tonight?)

Maybe the real question should be who was it out there that initially linked my name to alcohol in a google search, thus alerting my shortstat plugin to the fact that such a reference was out there?

2 Responses to “James Doolittle”

  1. Natalie Says:

    If you google Natalie Stanchfield alcohol you get an amusing excerpt from the storyline of some sitcom: “… Monk to tagging along behind Agent Grooms of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, … Examining Natalie’s apartment, Monk finds a single clue, an unused fish …” Gosh I wonder what happens next?
    But if you just google “Natalie Stanchfield” you see I’ve been up to some cool shit.
    I’ve apparently passed the bar exam.. Geeze sometimes college just breezes by you!

  2. Aaron Campbell Says:

    Hey congratulations Natalie! Now that you are a lawyer, you can start suing people who deface grafitti art by having it removed.

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