I thought this was fixed in the late 90s, but it seems to be happening again after Penguin. Here is what I mean. I was reading about supplements and I read something about BCAAs (branch chain amino acids) somehow being related to gout. I had never heard that before, so I googled BCAA gout. Look at this result on page 1: Did you catch the URL? http://www.seacoast.com/topic.php?health=bcaa%27s+gout It's a search string containing the things I searched Google for. If you haven't already figured it out, that's bullshit. Now let's look at the page itself: Oh what a coincidence, it contains a) the thing I searched for which is b) in the URL and c) the page automatically changes its content to match the search string. Furthermore, "BCAA's gout" doesn't even make any sense. Like, none. There is no possible way that would ever turn up in any English language sentence ever. Bullshit. Here's a better one: Now obviously this page was bullshit and had nothing to do with gout, so why did it come up in a search for BCAA gout????? It's a motherfucking store. The word "gout" doesn't even appear on that page other than where it's sneaked into the content from the search string in the URL. Why is a store, which has nothing to do with gout and doesn't even mention "gout" anywhere on the page, showing up in the results for a search for gout? Fucking ridiculous. Does Google think I want to buy some gout or something? WHY IS THIS EVEN HERE? Has anyone else noticed how, after Penguin, all of the informational sites, you know, like if I actually wanted to learn something about BCAAs and their possible connection to gout have been replaced by stores? I thought Google was designed to give relevant results. Hmm, guess not. Hey Google, your Penguin update sucks at returning relevant results.