After exhaustively searching the first 1000 g### threads, I decided this wasn't quite
grownup enough. But it made me laugh.
Search phrase, in quotes
using Advanced Search, "in polybim" (it's for an e-text), yields a respectable 106,000 results. Or rather, it doesn't:
Showing results for "in polycom"
Search instead for "in polybim"
As ever, g###, thank you for attempting to read my mind. Yes, I do want to "search instead", seeing as how that's what I typed in the first place. Well, -bim, -com, it's a mistake anyone's fingers could make.
About 3 results (0.12 seconds)
The figure "about three" works out to
:: pause to count ::
precisely seven, with the option of additional results from TIA.
I don't think it takes me an eighth of a second to count to seven and return the answer in digit (7) form.
Oh, lordy lordy.
Incidentally, one advantage of using a very obscure browser is that nobody has yet put a lot of work into overriding its ad blocker. When I cross-check in Safari, my first reaction is always "Yeowch! Where did all this advertising come from?"