(I know *I've* been expecting that for about 14 months, ba dum bum.)
Anyway, Aaron's already coded a search page but darned if I'm going home right now - hopefully when he sees this, he'll install it and make the link available to you. If you MUST search us RIGHT NOW, though, you can hit Google and do a search on "(your search term(s)) site:wienerboard.com" and see what you can see. It SAYS there are roughly 28,400 links to this site contained but I bet a lot of them are repeats.
Although I get a moderate amount of satisfaction at having pulled this off (tricking the Googlebot into crawling our entire database through treacherous Apache rewrite coding), this will probably come back to haunt me as the dumbest evil plan I've ever hatched...
It's been on the Search page since Google first crawled the site, but it's not pretty. Just hit Search at the top of the page, and choose the Wienerboard button instead of the www or slashwrestling buttons. I'm gonna pull the old database search function at this time...
Maybe for shits and giggles I'll post up the log of all of the searches that have ever been done. Yep - we logged them all. Too bad we'll lose this but Google kicks much more ass...
(of course, maybe I logged all of the search queries off of the search page that go to Google too... muhahahaha)
Your analogy is similar to:
"They already have cars that you can drive, why not blenders?" "I can already write with my hands, why not my pancreas?" "They already have beef that I can eat, why not granite?"
Wasn't it by logging all the search queries that you knew that the WWE/F had been contemplating bringing back Russo? If you delegate the search function to Google, will they now be able to comb your archives away from your watchful eye?
Obviously no one else cares, so all I say is that I ran some simulations, and it appears that the odds of having at least 5 people in a group of 301 having the same birthday is something like 44%. So I was obviously mistaken about its rarity.