According to Google, the most asked question on the World Wide Web in 2010 was how to tie a tie.
At first blush, you might think this is just another example of DOA (Dumbing-down Of America) —- but not so fast, Sparky.
It’s a little known fact that Albert Einstein, genius that he was, couldn’t figure out how to operate a car with a standard transmission.
Guess he wasn’t clutch.
Be that as it may, the popular hits of the year were of Megan and Miley. No surprise there.
But what about those least Googled? What out there in the InterWeb was so outrageous —- such a turn-off —- that even introverts and geekatoids who have no life but a search mode wouldn’t even download? Well, there’s:
1. He’s the most famous blowhard on talk radio, but even his most devoted and equally delusional fan base weren’t moved to download “Rush Limbaugh’s Guide to a Successful Third Marriage.”
2. Levi Johnston’s Think Tank.
3. Nancy Pelosi’s image makeover tips.
4. Mitt Romney’s Guide on how to keep the public interested in your presidential run when Palin gets all the press.
5. Passover with Mel Gibson.
6. Newt Gingrich modeling Speed-Os.
7. Video conference showing Steny Hoyer’s unconvincing argument that he wasn’t “Stimpy” of “Ren and Stimpy” fame, and that the show wasn’t called “Rimp and Steny.”
8. The New York J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets blog sighting the main excuses for getting thumped by the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football:
* Defense admitted that looking directly into Tom Brady’s penetrating dreamy eyes really hypnotic.
* People in the stands kept booing them.
* Still hounded by the way Favre treated that female reporter when he was with team back in 2009.
* Obama capitulating to GOP —- giving them everything they wanted on tax cuts —– screwed with team’s ability to perform up to standard.
* Coach Rex Ryan is just too darn cuddly.
9. Flo the Progressive lady’s campaign to land a “Playboy” shoot.
10. Streaking with Larry King.