Today I was looking at a post about recent right wing criticism of Michelle Obama's looks, especially in the context of her campaign against childhood obesity. I happened to glance at the list of related posts that Gather appends to articles. Here it is:
Aside from what Jon Carroll, a columnist in my local paper, calls "really odd prose," the titles don't seem to have much to do with an article that's political. I'm trying to figure out what sort of person is looking for "solutions to keep balding." "Mature locks backside" perplexes me even though I considered the possibility of "locks" being either a verb or a noun. Then there's the link between "house business" and "saving the environment." I know, it's the "green goods." I'm downright nonplussed by the phrase "affordable climate." As far as I know we, in the sense of humanity as a group, have the best climate money can buy. I guess if you compare the climate with real estate prices you might be able to calculate a climate affordability index. I imagine places like Siberia or the Sahara Desert have an affordable climate relative to places like the French Riviera or Beverly Hills. Palm Springs confuses me though.
You'll note that I've chosen to skip a list of related posts at the end of this piece. It's what I usually do. Maybe I should reconsider.