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Any nsfw omegle chatroulette subreddits?

Just for fun, I dug up a couple of the most popular ones, and here's what I found. /r/nsfw , which is actually a variation of /r/ohmygoddads and /r/gifs, had 114 visitors on Wednesday, and got about 600 visits from each visit. And then I crawled /r/nomoreatchesup , which is actually a variation of /r/Kanye, and got about 500 visits on Wednesday, and then about 11 Facebook chats, and finally, I was able to find a subreddit for nsfw chatroulette, and that was r/noclip, which got about 150 visitors on Wednesday, and then about 700 on Wednesday afternoon. I then decided to sort the visitors into different niches by type, by what I thought was interesting, by the subreddits they were from, and then I crawled /r/funny, which was a variation of r/Kanye's chat, and then I found r/videoswithcomedictjoe, which was a variation of r/funny, and I clicked to view that, and then I was able to sort the visitors by type, by the comedy subreddits they were, by the number of subscribers, by the funny comments they had, and so on. I even crawled a landing page for a free plugin, to help me sort the visitors into niches, and I clicked to view that, and I then crawled the visitors by date accessed, and I clicked to view that, and then I was able to sort the visitors into different categories based on certain properties, based on certain criteria.

And I started to get the idea that there was a way to sort the internet into distinct hubs, and I wanted to test that out. So I opened http://www.topbroadbandcharges.com, which is a website that gives you a bill of information about a web site, and I typed in numbers and hit the enter key. I then got a page that told me the web site had 37,911 monthly unique visitors, and that it got about 33,000 unique visitors per month. I also got a report that had a bar graph of unique visitors by month, and a scatterplot of monthly unique visitors by month, and a histogram of the data. I also got a text report that had data in various languages, and I clicked to open that. And then I went to about.com, and I typed in google.com, and I got a lot more, and a lot smaller, and a lot less interesting, and then I got a report that had the exact same thing, just the SERP.com, which is the most visited website in the US, in millions of visits a month. And so I was curious to see what sort of data this kind of report would contain.

I also wanted to see what sort of unique visitors a