Ironically, I first encountered this on an official Google (i.e. Google news/PR -- I forget which one) blog hosted on Blogger. At that time, the Blogger updates were just launching, and no one had included a "click for a non-dynamic version of this page" notification/alternative. So, you clicked on the link to the blog entry, and you got a white, "empty" view portal.
Now if only verbatim search entirely worked. On a search of [["everything wrong" crossfade]] verbatim cuts the number of results somewhat but they're still mostly bogus results that only contain the phrase "everything's wrong".
In Chrome I also have the language set to English with "hl=en" (since it always seems to want to hand me German results instaed). Adding the verbatim search flag resulted in the following search engine string for me, FWIW.
something's screwy with blogger. in firefox 3.6.23, i get nothing at all on any of your pages--just blank white--unless i add `?v=0` to the URLs (something i figured out by trying in IE7, which advised me that
> Dynamic Views in Blogger require the use of a modern browser, and are not currently supported on mobile devices.
which is a dumb error message, as it looks at first glance like it's assuming i'm on a mobile.
I use gooverbatim, a userscript that adds a "Yes Really" button to search results. You don't get verbatim all the time, but have an easy way to get them if Google guesses wrong. It installs in Chrome like an extension. http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/118203