Monday, April 06, 2009

Your government in action!

We here at Random Pixels want you to know that we're always looking out for you! Or to borrow a phrase from those TV consumer reporters: "Random Pixels is on your side!"

On Saturday I posted an item about the parents of a 4-year-old boy who are suing the makers of Crocs because the child "nearly lost a toe after his foot got stuck in a Miami International Airport escalator."

Well, this morning your government sprung into action. Want proof?

Below is the entry on my blog's visitor activity log that shows someone at the Consumer Product Safety Commission spent a little time reading up on those dangerous Crocs, landing on my blog after doing a Google search.

The entry shows that the person visited my blog at 7:21 am! They get to work early at the CPSC!

We at Random Pixels are flattered that the government rergards us as the ultimate authority on safety issues affecting the American public. But if the CPSC bureaucrats are relying on us to keep abreast of dangerous products, they're in big trouble!


Number of Entries: 2
Entry Page Time: 6th April 2009 07:21:23
Visit Length:
Browser: IE 7.0
Resolution: 1024x768

Returning Visits:
Location: Bethesda, Maryland, United States
IP Address: Fts/ 2001/ Us Consumer Product ( [Label IP Address]
Entry Page:
Exit Page:
Referring URL: airport croc injury&sa=Google Search

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