Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Yahoo's Top 10 Searches, Jan 4th, 2011

I was late getting to yesterdays 10, thanks to a late night at work. I came home, wrote down the top headline and the top 10 searches, then hit the hay. Technically, I am not cheating as this was yesterdays 10, I promise. I thought it might be cool to post a full list every now and again, so here goes.

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

Today’s Top Headline – Pakistan’s Governor Shot 26 Times By Own Guard

1. Snooki Polizzi
– Second time on the top 10 this week for the Jersey Shore star. First it was being dropped in a ball for New Years, now she is quitting booze to lose weight. Wonder if the diet was prompted by the ball hitting the floor 45 seconds before midnight.
2. DeAnna Pappas – The woman, jilted on a previous season of The Bachelor, confronted the man, Brad Womack, who rejected her on the season premiere of the show. Brad, will you accept this punch on the nose?
3. J.R.R. Tolkien – Yesterday would have been the 119th birthday of the Lord Of The Rings Author. He would be just a puppy compared to Gandalf.
4. Kim Kardashian – The latest famous for nothing girl is reportedly making a good impression of the family of her latest beau, Kris Humphries. She is doing it by keeping her mouth closed and her knockers covered.
5. Home Loans – Bank Of America will have to pay out $2 billion to settle loans sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. To covers the costs, BOA will raise service charges, meaning a withdrawal from an ATM will now cost $600 for the customer.
6. Meg Ryan – Oops!! It would appear that the actress may be donning the homewrecker tag as she is reportedly dating John Mellencamp who is in the process of divorcing from his wife. Being Mellencamps main squeeze signals the first time Meg has had top billing in over a decade.
7. Roger Ebert – The movie critic announced that his new co-host on At The Movies will be Ignatiy Vishnevetsky. Who is this guy? This is complete Bolshevik.
8. Coptic Church – Security is high as church officials fear a terrorist attack this Thursday, which happens to be Coptic Christmas Eve. I’m confused, did Mary have twins 2 weeks apart?
9. Minivans – Car companies are going against the grain and marketing minivans as cool and hip. Compare that to a decade ago when a male caught in a minivan was deemed to be a born again virgin.
10. Defibrillators – It is being reported that 22% of patients who went through defibrillator procedures did not meet medical guidelines. I believe the real reason they are on the top 10 is that folks are looking for a home version as they await the arrival of their holiday credit card bills.


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