How to Improve Signal 1 of the 7 Google Ranking Signals: Age

Old Clock

Recently, I bought “Signal Pigeon” (or, “Google’s 7 Ranking Signals”) from Chris Munch (MunchWeb). I found it intriguing, and I wanted to discuss it here.

Age/Time Signals

Part of this signal is fairly obvious and well known, part of it is really a new way of looking at and existing factor, and part of it is (IMHO) questionable. Although Chris did very extensive research to determine the groupings of the “7 Signals”, it is still obvious that Google keeps a lot of their “secrets” under wraps.

Domain Age

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The most obvious Age factor is the age of a website or domain. I see this time and again with my own websites. All of my websites over a certain age have a PR of 1 or greater. This means that Google has some measure of “trust” in the sites, and doesn’t believe they are spam or scam sites. It does NOT mean the websites will automatically get high rankings or increased traffic, regardless of what some domain sellers would have you believe.

One area where this is extremely valuable, however, is when you decide to sign up with PostLinks as a publisher. Their program ONLY allows blogs with a PR of 1 or greater (and pays advertising shares according to PR). Older domains will fare better in the PostLinks network for that reason. (Click here to sign up as a Postlinks publisher and get paid for receiving content automatically posted to your blog).

Link Age and Link Growth

Two Hopf Links

Links (back links) can work in a similar fashion: old links are valued very highly, new links (even from high PR pages) not so much. This is why I tend to ignore repeated requests from webmaster to engage in “link exchanges“. It’s not that link exchanges – especially the multi-directional kind – are necessarily bad; it’s just that the link from the partner website could disappear at any time without you being aware of it.

Link growth rate is also important. Too fast looks spammy, too slow looks like your site is uninteresting.

At this point in time, I only trust one linking network – Jonathan Leger’s 3-Way Links. It has been safe so far from Google’s Panda and Penguin updates, and does provide a variety of links from a number of different page ranks in a slow, controlled fashion. It has been around for years, and is tightly controlled to make sure it continues to work. As stated, at this point in time, I still trust it. (For more info on the network, just click on this link).

Content Age and Growth Rate

Article about bikes

Here’s where I might differ with Chris a bit – not necessarily in principle, but more along the lines of practical application.

Chris maintains that content should be updated fairly frequently, and that old content is not necessarily good. This makes perfect sense if your site is based around continually changing topics (gadgets, cell phones, cars, etc). Obviously, a several year old article about laptops would not be good if your site is about tablet computing. Pretty obvious.

But, some subjects (wine, arts, historical figures, religious topics) are not going to change frequently, and it makes no sense to continually change articles just for the sake of “freshness”. One “old” article about garage storage on my woodworking blog is still one of my most visited posts — I guess it’s just pretty much timeless.

Once again, though, moderation is a key in all of this. Adding content too fast looks spammy, too slow looks like you’re not an interesting webmaster. But again, it really depends on your topic. If you are posting about social media or fashion, you’d better be posting fairly often. If you’re posting about 1940′s car style, there probably isn’t a whole lot of “fresh” info available, so occasional posts should do the trick.

Tips

  1. Be patient. If you have a domain you like, keep it even though it is still not getting the best traffic or conversions. A domain at least a year old will start developing that all important trust factor Google likes. If it gets to the point where it’s 3 or 4 years old and is still a flop, but it has good page rank, consider selling it to someone who is shopping for page rank (or consider using it for PostLinks).
  2. If you are using pre-written articles (article directories or PLR), it’s a good idea to add some content to them to make sure they look “new”. Article directory articles should NOT be re-written. But, adding text or pictures above and below the article keeps it looking fresh. Go ahead and re-write PLR if possible, or use the same technique just mentioned.
  3. Keep a posting schedule. I know, I know – it’s not easy to do. I’m guilty of procrastinating as much as everyone else (perhaps more so). But, if you set up a schedule (like Monday is news, Tuesday is tips, Wednesday is a video, etc), you will more likely keep up something of a schedule. And, keep in mind, a blog is made up of a variety of content – not all posts have to be exactly a certain number of words with a keyword density of “x” %. Vary your posts and it will look “natural”.
  4. Use Zemanta or the Insights plugin to help inspire you and find fresh content. Zemanta offers the Blogspire service to provide blogging suggestions in your email inbox.

 

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34 Responses to “How to Improve Signal 1 of the 7 Google Ranking Signals: Age”

  1. Ryster Reply

    What Do You Think Of This Song? THE MACCY D song (parody of J.C.B)

    I???m on my way to maccy d
    I???m five years old but I can???t imagine chicken nuggets without me
    And I can???t wait till my big massive dinner
    When we all get fat
    Who cares bout being thinner?

    Me and my dad have been munching away
    On all of the burger and even the box of milk tray
    And I am being sly, slyer than ever
    Giving no chips away ha-ha take that auntie heather

    And we are eating too fast
    Woah
    Me and my dad starting to get gas
    Woah
    And my elder brother says that school rocks
    Woah
    And I’m like you are so not cool Ross
    You are so not cool

    Oh no
    And indigestions coming on fast
    I would use Rennie but they never last
    But now my poos just get bigger and bigger
    It???s like every time I fart I???m pulling a trigger

    And I once saw a film about a tyrannosaurus rex
    And like me it ate a lot but it smoked cigarettes
    And I told my m8s that I am so bonkers
    With a maccy d and a handful of conkers

    And we are eating too fast
    Woah
    Me and my dad starting to get gas
    Woah
    And my elder brother says that school rocks
    Woah
    And I???m like you are so not cool Ross
    You are so not cool
    Oh no

    Said I???m Chris I???m five and my dad???s Neily and he bought me my first maccy d
    I???m Chris I???m five and my dad???s Neily and he bought me my first maccy d
    I???m Chris I???m five and my dads Neily and he bought me my first maccy d
    I???m Chris I???m five and my dads Neily and he bought me my first maccy d

    And we are eating too fast
    Woah
    Me and my dad starting to get gas
    Woah
    And my elder brother says that school rocks
    Woah
    And I???m like you are so not cool Ross
    You are so not cool

    Said I???m Chris I???m five and my dads Neily and he bought me my first maccy d
    I???m Chris I???m five and my dads Neily and he bought me my first maccy d
    I???m Chris I???m five and my dads Neily and he bought me my first maccy d
    I???m Chris I???m five and my dads Neily and he bought me my first maccy d

    • This is the worst song ever written i could Richard to write a better song

  2. Brady m Reply

    Mayor Napolean Bloomberg NYC; Do You Support The Mayor Of NYC In His Desire To Ban Popcorn In Movie Theaters?

    • I think it’s a silly idea because if you ban it, people will still attempt to bring popcorn in, covert style. However it’s what film you plan to see. If it’s a foreign film or a film that demands your concentration, like a Chris Nolan film, then it’s not great to be munching loudly and rustling because it’s going to distract other customers.

  3. Pepper Reply

    Why Hotdogs ? But The Meat Is Not A Dog…? Most of us call it hotdogs, where it is originated? the word hotdog…

    • The American story of the introduction of the hot dog, like the hamburger and ice cream cone, is often attributed to the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri. [1] However, similar sausages were made and consumed in Europe, particularly in Germany, as early as 1864. Even in the united States the hot dog’s association with baseball also predates the 1904 Exposition. St. Louis Browns owner Chris von der Ahe sold them at his ballpark in the 1880s. While many persons are credited with the “invention” of the hot dog, according to the National Hot Dog Council the hot dog was invented in the 17th century by a German butcher named Johann Georghehner.[2]

      Hot dogs were frequently known as frankfurters or franks, but the name “hot dog” became popular by the 1890s. In the 1830s, it was widely rumored that the dogs that roamed urban streets were regularly rounded up (by “dog wagons”) and made into sausages; by the 1840s, the term “dog sandwich” was used. The 1860s popular song “Der Deitcher’s Dog” (written by Septimus Winner and known by the lyrics “Where oh where has my little dog gone?”) contained:

      Und sausage is goot: Baloney, of course,
      Oh! where, oh! where can he be?
      Dey makes 'em mit dog, und dey makes 'em mit horse:
      I guess dey makes 'em mit he.
      “Hot dog” first came into use in an old joke involving a dog’s “pants” (the verb “pant” substituted for the noun). The following was widely reprinted in newspapers, from at least 1870: “What's the difference between a chilly man and a hot dog? One wears a great coat, and the other pants. The October 18, 1894 University of Michigan humor magazine The Wrinkle contained this on the cover page: “Two Greeks a ‘hot dog’ freshman sought. The Clothes they found, their favors bought. “Hot dog” meant a stylish dresser, someone who was sharply attired. A popular phrase was “puttin’ on the dog.”

      The night lunch wagons (popular in cities and on college campuses) that served hot sausages were called “dog wagons” by the 1890s. At Yale University, a “dog wagon” called “The Kennel Club” opened in 1894. The first known use of the phrase “hot dog” (sausage) appears in print on October 19, 1895 in the Yale Record of New Haven, Connecticut which reads: “They contentedly munched hot dogs during the whole service;” two weeks prior, the Yale Record recorded: “Tis dogs’ delight to bark and bite, Thus does the adage run. But I delight to bite the dog when placed inside a bun.” Hot dog became an extension of the older use of dog to mean a sausage. dah

      Hot dog lore suggests that newspaper cartoonist Tad A. Dorgan coined (or at least popularized) the term hot dog when he used it in the caption of a 1906 cartoon illustrating sausage vendors at the Polo Grounds baseball stadium because he couldn’t spell “frankfurter”. In some versions he could not spell dachshund. However, “hot dog” appears in print well before this date. The actual “Tad” cartoons featuring hot dogs (New York Evening Journal, December 12 and December 13, 1906) are from a bicycle race at Madison Square Garden, not a baseball game at the Polo Grounds. [3]

      Claims of “invention” of the hot dog are difficult to assess, because different stories assert the creation of the sausage itself, the placing of the sausage (or another kind of sausage) on bread or a bun as finger food, the mass popularization of the existing dish, or the application of the name “hot dog” to a sausage and bun combination.

      In 2001, the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council stated that others assert the hot dog was created in the late 1600s by Johann Georghehner, a butcher living in the German city of Coburg.

      In 1867, Coney Island, New York vendor Charles Feltman began selling Vienna sausages in buns, which he called “Coney Island Red-Hots.” By 1871, his business grew to the point that he traded up his food cart for a leased plot of land where he served 3684 customers; by 1874 built a restaurant at West 10th Street and Surf Avenue, for $7500.

      Others have also been “acknowledged” for supposedly inventing the hot dog, including Antoine Feuchtwanger, a German sausage-maker who served hot dogs at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, with his brother baking the buns.

      hope it helps

  4. Nosleep Reply

    What Happened To Elliot? I am not watching TV like I used to. I turn on Law and Order SVU and Chris Meloni’s character is gone. What happened to Elliot? And Where’s Munch? Somebody tell me, I can still catch a glimpse of B.D. Wong every now and again.

    • Elliot retired after shooting a teenage girl in the S12 finale.
      Munch is still in, as far as I know.
      And I’m pretty sure BD Wong’s gone too :(

  5. Soinlove3238 Reply

    I Fell Asleep During Law And Order Svu Can Someone Tell Me The Name Of This Episode Please? It was where these 6 girls with hog tied,tortured and killed, they suspected this man who worked with recovering bags from the airport. I fell asleep during the last 20 min lol what episode is that?

    • It’s called Baggage Season 10, Episode 18
      Spoiler Alert
      here’s the recap:
      A man and a woman are going up in an elevator. While the woman talks about some artwork, the man comes on to her. As they enter the apartment of her friend Casey Chapman, they see her there, dead on a table. Later, with forensics on the scene with Detectives Stabler (Chris Meloni) and Fin (Ice-T), we find out that Chapman is an up and coming ceramics artist. There is no sign of forced entry, and she was tortured and hog-tied, with what looks like a scald burn. It also seems that the killer is a repeater.

      In the morgue, ME Warner (Tamara Tunie) says the victim was strangled and there were some fractures. But she can't confirm she was hog-tied like the previous, similar victim. They were similarities in that both victims had their mouths glued shut, and both hyoids were broken. The new victim wasn't sexually assaulted and the killer used more glue to seal her rectum than with the previous victim.

      Back at the squad, they try to determine the similarities in both cases, but the latter may be a copycat - or two guys. April Silva was the first victim, she was raped, but not Casey Chapman. Chapman was an artist, Silva, a post grad math student. The only similarities is that they lived in Harlem. As they discuss the case, Detective Victor Moran (Delroy Lindo) from Major Crimes enters. He tells them that there are other similar crimes - there are 5 dead, all hog tied with their mouths glued shut. These other crimes happened outside of Harlem. Stabler wondered why, when he ran the cases through VICAP that the cases never came up, and Moran said he blocked their access. Fin calls him a "glory hog" but he says it's not about him, it's about the victims, and he didn't want anyone in his way. Moran says the case is his, and the Chief of Ds is in with the captain right now.

      In Capt. Cragen's (Dann Florek) office, Cragen tells the Chief of Detectives (John Ashton) that his squad can handle the case, and he counters that he knows Moran can close it. Cragen says. "You just got promoted and your first order as Chief of Detectives is to bend me over my desk? " He answers that this is no reflection on his squad, but Moran knows the case and it's the only one on his case. In the squad room, Moran tells them he knows more than they do. But Munch (Richard Belzer) tells him that serial killers usually stay within their ethnic group, Moran thinks the killer is a black Latino male but the victims are white. Moran counters that the killer is targeting minority areas. The Chief of D's exits Cragen's office, telling him to give Moran what he needs and stay out of his way. We later see Stabler throwing a box of files on a table on which Moran is leaning, and Moran asks him if he feels better. Stabler says not if he is using those victims to get a gold star. He asked what stalled Moran's career - did he stop being a team player about a year ago? Moran says he's better by himself. They continue to argue the reason for Moran to handle the case, ending with Moran telling Stabler he'd like some privacy.
      Back in the squad room, Fin tells him he has a potential witness on the Chapman murder, Debra Huggins, who lives one floor below Chapman. Stabler tells Fin to keep Moran occupied, he just doesn't want to roll over and play dead just yet. Fin approaches Moran in the other room, who asks where is Stabler. Fin tells him he needed a break. Fin decides to throw Moran a bone and tells him that Silva's parents didn't know she had a girlfriend - she was Catholic - and she was into kink. Munch says there were no matches to the pubic hairs found, and Moran is frustrated, thinking the killer should be in the system. Fin suggests to widen the search with familial DNA, and he barks for Munch to just do it. Fin tells Moran he's been in the way since he got there.

      Stabler arrives at the home of Debra Huggins, who says she did not know Casey Chapman well. She saw a man waiting for the elevator when she came home, and he was wearing maintenance clothes with no company or name patches. He was black, mid to late 20s, 5'10", lanky build, and he had no toolbox. She asked him where he was going and he did not answer. He asks her to come down to talk to a sketch artist.

      Back at the squad, they have no solid leads from the sketch. Cragen asks were is Moran, and Stabler tells him Moran left with the files. Fin tells them someone matching the sketch is being chased by a group of young men out for blood, and Stabler and Fin give chase. They catch up in their car with the gang who is beating up the suspect, and they break it up. One of the kids says he saw the sketch and saw the man going into the building where his nana lives. The kid found lock picks the suspect dropped on the street. As Stabler tells the police officer to cuff him and bring him in, the suspect thanks Stabler for saving his life.

      In interrogation, Fin and Stabler question the suspect – Stefan Henriquez (Vi

  6. Captain Reply

    Why Are They Called Hot Dogs? Are there dogs in those long red sticks made up of ???

    • The American story of the invention of the hot dog, like the hamburger and ice cream cone, is often attributed to the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri. However, similar sausages were made and consumed in Europe, particularly in Germany, as early as 1864. The hot dog’s association with baseball also predates the 1904 Exposition. St. Louis Browns owner Chris von der Ahe sold them at his ballpark in the 1880s.

      Hot dogs were frequently known as frankfurters or franks, but the name “hot dog” became popular by the early 1900s. “Dog” has also been used as a synonym for sausage since at least 1884. The first known use of the phrase “hot dog” appears in print on October 19 1895 in the Yale Record of New Haven, Connecticut which reads “They contentedly munched hot dogs during the whole service.” though likely refers to a hot “dog” and not a “hot dog” as two weeks prior the same paper recorded Tis dogs’ delight to bark and bite, Thus does the adage run. But I delight to bite the dog when placed inside a bun. Hot dog became an extension of the older use of dog to mean a sausage.

      Hot dog lore suggests that newspaper cartoonist Tad Dorgan coined (or at least popularized) the term “hot dog” when he used it in the caption of a 1906 cartoon illustrating sausage vendors at the Polo Grounds baseball stadium because he couldn’t spell “frankfurter”. In some versions he could not spell dachshund. However, it appears in print well before this date and the actual cartoon featuring the hot dog is from a bicycle race at Madison Square Garden not a baseball game at the Polo Grounds.

      Claims of “invention” of the hot dog are difficult to assess, because different stories assert the creation of the sausage itself, the placing of the sausage (or another kind of sausage) on bread or a bun as finger food, the mass popularization of the existing dish, or the application of the name “hot dog” to a sausage and bun combination. In 2001 the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council stated that others assert the hot dog was created in the late 1600s by Johann Georghehner, a butcher living in the German city of Coburg. Others have also been “acknowledged” for supposedly inventing the hot dog. Charles Feltman and Antonoine Feuchtwanger are among this group.

  7. Cassie58 Reply

    Michael And I Wrote Separate Poems We Would Both Like To Share, Will You Please Comment Or Critique, Thanks? Both our writes were inspired by Edward Munch’s painting “The Scream”

    This is mine, currently untitled.

    The clouds are sickly and they’ve bled
    on sunset, burning thick and red,
    like clotted blood on canvas splashed.
    His brain’s confused, the logic mashed,
    the painter’s hands held to his head,
    he looks alive, inside he’s dead.
    A wail of sundown in his ears,
    he wants to weep, there are no tears.
    All thoughts are curdled in despair,
    he tries to breathe, there is no air.
    An open mouth, a silent scream.
    Can this be hell? It’s not a dream.
    The skies are shrieking out in pain
    as terror grips a mind insane.
    Kelsey: You haven’t offended me. I always ask for critique, although I may not always take notice of it. Hope Dallas is ok. Give her my best
    Jenny: Michael’s was deleted, I believe he chose to delete it himself

    • I’ve read yours first, Chris, so I’ll go to find Michael’s next. I was thinking this would be an excellent way to describe the work to a blind person. All the feeling, the horror depicted by the artist is well-captured here. Now off to see the other… only to discover it’s been deleted! Drat!

  8. Edward green Mr Reply

    How Do I Communicate In The United Kingdom? I have a friend that i’m trying to contact

    • Phone? Text? E-mail? Skype? Facebook? Video call? Payphone? Post? Smoke signals? I suppose you could get a carrier pigeon. Rolled up note in a bottle floating out to sea?

  9. Uawriter1 Reply

    Law And Order: SVU Question…? What’s your favorite episode from this season (eleven)? My favorite would have to be a tie (you can’t really truly choose just one-can you?), between “Disabled” and “Perverted”-because I thought that these two episodes portrayed Olivia in a new light (in a sense) because she seemed to be more capable of handling these two difficult cases (even the one where she’s the suspect!). (Just my opinion though! =) ).

    Also, who’s your favorite character?
    Are you sad that Chris Meloni (is) or (could be) leaving the show (for good) after 12 years?
    :) THANKS TO ALL WHO ANSWER!

    (By the way, I am only 14, but have been watching the show since the tenth season started back in 2008. LOVE IT! :) Best tv show ever!)

    • Ugh just one? haha

      Definately Turmil or Perverted.

      CHRIS MELONI IS NOT LEAVING =] i thought so too but neal baer said in a tweet that he wasnt. =]
      Yay

      I love all the characters especially elliot liv and munch!

  10. Missinbbinnh Reply

    Hot/cute Male Movie Star/singers? Guys like Max Thieriot, Shia Labeouf (sp?), William Moseley, etc…

    Just like list a munch of names. Thanks!
    That’s supposed to say “bunch of names” not “munch of names” sorry! :D

    • HOTTEST GUY CODY LINLEY
      drake bell
      jesse mccartney
      mitchell musso
      orlando bloom
      cole sprouse
      dylan sprouse
      not zac effron
      chris brown
      johnny depp

      thats all i can think of

  11. Haven Reply

    I Need One More Question To Ask About WW1 LAND Technology. Help? I need one more question to ask about land technology in WW1. So far i have: What was new land technology in WW1?, What was the most popular weapon in WW1?, What was some technology form WW1 used in WW2? and How did the new technology effect the war overall?.
    i just need one more.

    • How about “how did land communication technology work during WW1″?
      (answer, by using such things as telegraph including morse code, ‘semaphore’ flag signaling, carrier pigeons were used also, telephones were introduced and used for the first time in warfare…)

      [awesome profile pic by the way, very nice!]

  12. Soinlove3238 Reply

    I Fell Asleep During Law And Order Svu Can Someone Tell Me The Name Of This Episode Please? It was where these 6 girls with hog tied,tortured and killed, they suspected this man who worked with recovering bags from the airport. I fell asleep during the last 20 min lol what episode is that?

    • It’s called Baggage Season 10, Episode 18
      Spoiler Alert
      here’s the recap:
      A man and a woman are going up in an elevator. While the woman talks about some artwork, the man comes on to her. As they enter the apartment of her friend Casey Chapman, they see her there, dead on a table. Later, with forensics on the scene with Detectives Stabler (Chris Meloni) and Fin (Ice-T), we find out that Chapman is an up and coming ceramics artist. There is no sign of forced entry, and she was tortured and hog-tied, with what looks like a scald burn. It also seems that the killer is a repeater.

      In the morgue, ME Warner (Tamara Tunie) says the victim was strangled and there were some fractures. But she can't confirm she was hog-tied like the previous, similar victim. They were similarities in that both victims had their mouths glued shut, and both hyoids were broken. The new victim wasn't sexually assaulted and the killer used more glue to seal her rectum than with the previous victim.

      Back at the squad, they try to determine the similarities in both cases, but the latter may be a copycat - or two guys. April Silva was the first victim, she was raped, but not Casey Chapman. Chapman was an artist, Silva, a post grad math student. The only similarities is that they lived in Harlem. As they discuss the case, Detective Victor Moran (Delroy Lindo) from Major Crimes enters. He tells them that there are other similar crimes - there are 5 dead, all hog tied with their mouths glued shut. These other crimes happened outside of Harlem. Stabler wondered why, when he ran the cases through VICAP that the cases never came up, and Moran said he blocked their access. Fin calls him a "glory hog" but he says it's not about him, it's about the victims, and he didn't want anyone in his way. Moran says the case is his, and the Chief of Ds is in with the captain right now.

      In Capt. Cragen's (Dann Florek) office, Cragen tells the Chief of Detectives (John Ashton) that his squad can handle the case, and he counters that he knows Moran can close it. Cragen says. "You just got promoted and your first order as Chief of Detectives is to bend me over my desk? " He answers that this is no reflection on his squad, but Moran knows the case and it's the only one on his case. In the squad room, Moran tells them he knows more than they do. But Munch (Richard Belzer) tells him that serial killers usually stay within their ethnic group, Moran thinks the killer is a black Latino male but the victims are white. Moran counters that the killer is targeting minority areas. The Chief of D's exits Cragen's office, telling him to give Moran what he needs and stay out of his way. We later see Stabler throwing a box of files on a table on which Moran is leaning, and Moran asks him if he feels better. Stabler says not if he is using those victims to get a gold star. He asked what stalled Moran's career - did he stop being a team player about a year ago? Moran says he's better by himself. They continue to argue the reason for Moran to handle the case, ending with Moran telling Stabler he'd like some privacy.
      Back in the squad room, Fin tells him he has a potential witness on the Chapman murder, Debra Huggins, who lives one floor below Chapman. Stabler tells Fin to keep Moran occupied, he just doesn't want to roll over and play dead just yet. Fin approaches Moran in the other room, who asks where is Stabler. Fin tells him he needed a break. Fin decides to throw Moran a bone and tells him that Silva's parents didn't know she had a girlfriend - she was Catholic - and she was into kink. Munch says there were no matches to the pubic hairs found, and Moran is frustrated, thinking the killer should be in the system. Fin suggests to widen the search with familial DNA, and he barks for Munch to just do it. Fin tells Moran he's been in the way since he got there.

      Stabler arrives at the home of Debra Huggins, who says she did not know Casey Chapman well. She saw a man waiting for the elevator when she came home, and he was wearing maintenance clothes with no company or name patches. He was black, mid to late 20s, 5'10", lanky build, and he had no toolbox. She asked him where he was going and he did not answer. He asks her to come down to talk to a sketch artist.

      Back at the squad, they have no solid leads from the sketch. Cragen asks were is Moran, and Stabler tells him Moran left with the files. Fin tells them someone matching the sketch is being chased by a group of young men out for blood, and Stabler and Fin give chase. They catch up in their car with the gang who is beating up the suspect, and they break it up. One of the kids says he saw the sketch and saw the man going into the building where his nana lives. The kid found lock picks the suspect dropped on the street. As Stabler tells the police officer to cuff him and bring him in, the suspect thanks Stabler for saving his life.

      In interrogation, Fin and Stabler question the suspect – Stefan Henriquez (Vi

  13. LOL Reply

    What Ever Happened To Carrier Pigeons? Are they all unemployed and homeless?

    Is this why they all hang out in major cities now?

    • The smoke signals put them out of business

  14. Micki_g Reply

    Law And Order, Or Csi.? And which of each is your favorite and why
    law and order has sequils of, svu and ci
    csi has sequils of miami and nyc

    • Law and Order SVU is the best
      I love SVU sooo much!!!!
      love watching SVU, their story line is great and so are the actors. Mariska Hargitay is sooo pretty, and Chris Meloni and her go so well together(and Chris Meloni lives in my town when hes not in NYC, its just 15minutes away from my house!!). I’m soo glad Olivia is back at SVU. It wasn’t the same without her. I love all the main characters since the show starter including Alex, and Casey, and Munch and Fin, and Monique Jeffries, and ME Melinda Warner, and Dr. George Huang. Without all of them the show wouldn’t be worth watching. And its soo weird because even though all their episodes deal with sex crimes somehow all the episodes are all unique in their own way.
      I am an SVU fanatic, i have the seasons on DVD, and i watch them all the time!!!

      and

      CSI because i want to be a forensic scientist so im really interested in detective and Crime Scene work.

      Hope that helps
      ~Temperance

  15. Are You Cereal? (Yahoo Eats Me) Reply

    Survey : Do You Prefer To Text, Call, Use Carrier Pigeons, Email Or Use Smoke Signals?

    • HAHAHAHAH! Omg, texting! I am a huge texter! I am so quick with texting and I love to do it..so texting for sure! I usually send texts to people, but it actually almost got me and my close friend in a fight when I didnt know he couldnt recieve a text and I was like ‘ok..why arent you responding to me?! Are you pissed?!’ Hes like ‘naw..I cant recieve some of them’ Oops :-S

      ?

  16. Mary Pat Reply

    How Can I Contact Jason Evert? I have already checked his website…If anyone knows…10 Pts!

  17. We left and returned! Reply

    Does China Know About The ROC’s “Homing Pigeon” Weaponry? The Taiwanese very much enjoy racing Homing Pigeons over long distances. the military picked up on the idea, and made good use of it.

    Could it be that China is afraid to fire those 1200 missiles pointed at the island of Taiwan because they know about the “Homing Pigeon” weaponry the ROC has? It’s a signal sent at inbound missiles (yes, the ROC has the means to do that) which reprograms the missile’s assigned target code and make it “return to base”. Nifty trick, eh?

    Developed and installed by Ratheon. Gotta love those guys!
    Thanks CI. I’ve never been a great typist. How’s your day? <— Chat, sorry.

    • We have here the queen of lies and CI has the gall to say something is not true!!!!! This has got to be a first!!!! The US is talking to Taiwan about a few old diesel electric subs and a dozen or so old F-16′s, if Taiwan is so weak why are the PRC so pissed about this? All this stuff is old and I think the aircraft were only to be used to gather up the pigeons and bring them home if they got lost. The subs were only to save any pigeons that fell into the salt water.

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