Just last night I search for a dimmable fluorescent floor lamp & Google shopping suggested a $50 item immediately followed by a $1,500 floor lamp. That one I can see up to a point, but just barely.
Earlier in the week I did a search for "Muskogee election board" (Muskogee county Oklahoma). I didn't use quotes or specify a state. So the first result is ... Muscogee election board (Muscogee county Georgia). Yes, the two names are absolutely related. The "K" version is simply a different spelling of the same name, both being tied to the Muscogee (Creek) Indian Nation.
With all of that said, the question becomes - Why, when given a search that does have an exact spelling match in the Google index, that happens to be the same area the user's IP address is pointing to, why given all of that does Google present the number one result as a different spelling 1,500 miles away.
I've been seeing this type of thing for while now.
Beyond feeling the need to bleach my eyes, based upon scanning his new twitter account, it appears that he is ...
Both ruined and loaded with money (so it'll be OK)
Very fluent with the naughty words
Not so much with the professional words
Most definitely 38
Doesn't have a degree but is "naturally smart"
A terrible speller
Hates red haired people (that's a new one)
Thinks he's going to sue a whole bunch of people
Doesn't think "the internet" can be used in court
Insists he treats gamers the same way all the game companies do
Is in internet marketing but has no idea what Reddit is
Determined to create an offensive response to every single tweet he gets tonight, which is, I think, all of them
A terrible speller (so bad I listed it twice)
Was arrested on domestic violence (shock) and has tweeted "that bitch had it coming ok." (uhm no, not ok)
And ... is apparently going for the Douche Hall of Fame
Again, my simple opinion based upon reading his tweets
Oh, and he blames everything on everybody else ...