So i shell out a few bucks last night and registered myself the domain nakedsaudigirls.com. Yeah ok it sounds pornographic. But "naked saudi girls" is one of the most popular search term on google. From inside Saudi Arabia as well as from outside. It denotes the high intrest of internet surfers with naked saudi girls. Especially those who are inside Saudi Arabia, probably because they see them all covered head to toe all the time, the curosity gets them best to peek under the veils and internet is the best place to start with. But not under veils of saudi women, sorry to dissapoint you, internet surfers.
In reality, there is no website on the internet featuring "naked saudi girls". Atleast not one in my knowledge upto date but if something like that does steps in future then sure im getting some big bucks for my domain. Not sure if i would be really intrested in selling it. I rather keep it as a brave gadget name. Perhaps a free mail service email@example.com might be a good tease or lure. The facination is that, finding "naked saudi girls" on the internet is nearly impossible if not totally impossible at the time of writting this blog.
Meantime, below is an article from Howard Musing blog published in Feburary 2003. This article comes as the first result on google when u query for "naked saudi girls"
I keep getting hits for the search term naked saudi girls. I understand the allure of naked Saudi girls -- well naked Saudi women, anyway. (I'll give the searcher the benefit of the doubt, and assume that he means "girls" in the red-light district "Girls! Girls! Girls!" sense.) There are no naked Saudi girls on the page it links to, nor (as far as I know) on this entire site, I wondered who might search Google and my site for naked Saudi girls, so I checked my site's log:
t1:/$ tail -400 /var/log/apache/path/to/access.log grep nakedOK, so the hit came from IP address 18.104.22.168.
22.214.171.124 - - [08/Feb/2003:07:42:08 -0800]
"GET /2002/11/17.html HTTP/1.0" 200 22948
MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)"
Wonder who that is?
Anyone care to venture a guess? t1:/$ whois 126.96.36.199
% This is the RIPE Whois server.
% The objects are in RPSL format.
% Rights restricted by copyright.
188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
descr: Internet Service
status: ASSIGNED PA
Part of this IP block has been used for proxy/cache
remarks: service at the
National level in Saudi Arabia. All
remarks: Saudi Arabia web traffic will
come from this IP block.
remarks: NOTE: If you experience high
volume of traffic from
remarks: IP in this block it is because your site is
remarks: popular/famous of Saudi Arabia community.
changed: firstname.lastname@example.org 19991212
changed: email@example.com 20010707
descr: Saudi Arabia backbone and local registry address space
changed: firstname.lastname@example.org 20000114
role: KACST ROLE
address: Saudi Network
Information Center, ISU
address: King Abdulaziz City for Science and
address: P.O.Box 6086, Riyadh 11442, Saudi Arabia.
+9661 481 3932
fax-no: +9661 481 3254
remarks: This Role object is
for handling and maintaining all
remarks: IP Blocks registered by
SaudiNIC(LIR) in Saudi Arabia.
My goodness, what a surprise! It comes from the jewel of Wahabbism, Saudi Arabia. And during the Hajj, no less. Clearly they have no shame. Where's the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice when you need it? Probably busy. Did you happen to notice this notice from above?
remarks: Part of this IP block has been used for proxy/cache
remarks: service at the National level in Saudi Arabia. All
remarks: Saudi Arabia web traffic will come from this IP block.
All Saudi Arabia web traffic goes through a proxy server, so it will probably give Sheik Disappointed a warm feeling to know that they've recorded his web search too.
Posted by Howard Hansen at February 8, 2003 02:19 PM