Unexpectedly Intriguing!
October 29, 2009

God bless the U.S. State department! For all the government's bureaucrats who find their way to us through Google to answer the questions they have, we've found that those serving in the United States Department of State ask the wackiest ones.

Today's example comes to us via our Sitemeter traffic log:

Political Calculations Sitemeter Visit 762,078

Their question asked of Google: "why obama won the nobel prize".

Our answer, which showed up in Google's rankings for searches on the topic in 11th place when we performed the search ourselves: How Obama Won the Nobel Prize.

P.S. Hi Hillary! Sorry - that was the best answer we could up with when we asked the question ourselves....


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