This website and thread get a surge in traffic every single time Chris Cuomo appears in the liberal media (mainly CNN and Huffington Post).
One time there was 900 visits in one day because apparently, the first thoughts that goes through their minds other than the automatic validation of his vacuous NPC virtue-signalling are:
"Is this his real hair?"
"Is he bald?"
"Does he wear a wig?"
Of course I would never spit on the extra traffic (and advertisement money), but it's quite comical that the stats of this website get drowned into those queries which I consider a slight anomaly since they come from people outside the hair loss community, they will come here, realize that no, Chris Cuomo doesn't wear a wig and then will move on with their lives until someone they know starts going bald and they tell them that no one cares about hair.
Except for the tens of thousands of people who really wanted to know if Chris Cuomo had real hair. Ah well, it's just human curiosity and there's nothing wrong with that. But those statistics provide us with valuable insight for sure. It's another case of "watch what people do, not what they say". It shows what they truly believe, and they believe that having (real) hair matters a lot to them.
Edit: aaand a surge of "Chris Cuomo hair piece" searches again, I check the news and it never fails, Chris Cuomo was in the news recently: https://www.google.be/search?q=chris+cu ... 20&bih=929
But again, I won't complain about it :p.