One of Gmail's "features" is the sponsored link advertising that is supposed to be context sensitive to what you're writing about. It's easy to ignore, but sometimes it is amusing what comes up, especially when an email exchange includes some squirrelly terms. However, I'd just sent an e-mail to Mrs. Dr. Phil when I saw the following sponsored link just above my current mail listings:
日本の味を即配達 - www.jagajagamall.com - アメリカで日本の商品ネット通販 日本食、肉
I have no idea what I did to trigger this or what search terms they were looking for. I was just talking about writing a final exam and editing the story I sent to F&SF today.
Really, officer, honest!