May 02 2008

Now that's just mean ("jason castro sucks")

Someone got here with the query "jason castro sucks" the other day.

Now, I have a couple of questions. First of all, why use a search engine other than Google? You'll find much more relevant results about how much Jason Castro sucks using Google. I actually kind of root for him, in a weird way, because he has turned in a few very good performances, and I keep hoping he'll do it again. Second, why perform a search like that? Either you think he sucks or you don't. What, did you hope to find well-reasoned arguments to use or something? It just doesn't make sense to me. I really and genuinely wonder what someone hopes to find with a query like "jason castro sucks." I can't imagine.

Hopefully I can up my "jason castro sucks" ranking (on Google, because omg people, use Google. Seriously), so someone can get here that way again and enlighten me. Why do you search for "jason castro sucks"? What are you looking for when you type "jason castro sucks" into a search engine?