So, I'm at YouTube's search page. I'm looking to see if there's a vid of Math's song that I have labeled as "Mechanic of Bug / Elegy."
So I try: "Mechanic of Bug" math
and get no useful results. Nor do I get any picture ads on the page. No problem, it's quite likely I butchered the track name, and I had.
So I fiddle with the phrasing, throwing in bits of the album name and such, and I get to: mechanic bug math elegy ape
That gets a similar non-promising set of suggested videos, so I think about the song itself, which at that point is talking about sex with animals.
So I search on: mechanic bugfucking math elegy ape
And something happens. For the first time in this short session, YouTube gives me an ad on the right-side of the window, a plug for Pampers, text starting with "Every baby is a little miracle."
As any student of cult success can tell you, one basic step toward building an ongoing congregation is to to seek out like-minded people and ENCOURAGE THEM TO REPRODUCE.
And that's YouTube's message to people who search on "bugfucking."
(As to the song itself, I don't know if their site's vids include the song, but you can d/l the mp3 from here: http://www.baltazarworks.com/mp3s_MATH.htm )