That's right, Google today turns 12 years old, which can only mean one thing... It's time for my annual heartfelt and entirely sincere essay in celebration of the source of wonder and awe that is Google.
Google is my God. I bow before it. It is the golden pinnacle, the sum total of human achievement to date. I can scarcely imagine how I lived before it, and doubt I could now live without it.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are the greatest men who've ever lived for creating Google. I adore them, and if either of them ever wanted a little (or a lot) of the special treat that guys love best (but that many women aren't too fond of giving), they only have to ask me, and it's theirs, as much as they want absolutely free of charge*. If you think that's brazen, consider that there's no telling what I'd do for a little insight into how those magic algorithms of theirs work...
My gratitude to you for your singular accomplishment knows no bounds. Without Google the Pop Culture Institute would be even less than it actually is; you are the wind beneath my wings...
All my love,
michael sean morris
Blogmaster of Ceremonies,
The Pop Culture Institute
*Providing you get Vern's permission first, of course!
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