On December 30, there was a bizarre website referring people here. The website in question is http://infomedia.gc.ca/ocol-clo/articles/restricted/2008/12/nau200812224360463.htm and the post it referred all of its viewers to was the one I made earlier about how a Manitoba MP plans to re-ignite the abortion debate. The .ca means that it must be a Canadian website. The .gc means it is the Government of Canada’s website. Notice the /restricted/ in the URL. Although the website clearly exists (as it referred people here), it doesn’t let me access it, so don’t click the link, you’ll get a message about how your browser cannot access that page. I’d like to know what’s up with this. Since I linked to a few Parliament of Canada websites in the post I mentioned earlier, did this link appear because of that? If there really is a bureaucrat whose job is to monitor what people say about MPs, well, there’s lots more about Bruinooge on WordPress.
Update: And then there’s another website, with the URL: http://shots.snap.com/explore/40364/?url=http%3A%2F%2Finfomedia.gc.ca%2Focol-clo%2Farticles%2Frestricted%2F2008%2F12%2Fnau200812224360463.htm&key=e5a3c1e6dff5de35b1c6e7c470411886&src=pub-2311827-www.wordpress.com&cp=&tol=url. It gets the same results as the previous URL I blogged about.