Online Trends: Marijuana More Popular Than Joe Biden

Out of These 2 Options: Which would you be more interested in searching about?

  • Joe Biden
  • Marijuana
  • Nothing
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Poor Joe...

Poor Joe! His 15 minutes in fame were split between two revealing events. The first was when he whispered in Obama's ear "this is a big (expletive) deal!" when they force-passed the Obamacare bill down the countries throat. The second time was when he was caught sleeping during one of Obama's most recent addresses to the nation... Which says something about Obama's speeches. Either they really are that unimportant and boring.. or Biden had one to many tequila shooters the night before...

As far as the trend spotlight shows, interest for Joe Biden sky rocketed then peaked in 2008 when everyone wanted to know who the heck he was. They learned, and then it was back to searching for Munchies...


Joe Vs MJ
Joe Vs MJ

Nothing Vs. Joe Biden

It was no surprise that "Joe Biden Sleeping" showed more results then "Joe Biden", but the real kicker shows when you have an insight show down between the search term "nothing" and "Joe Biden". Are you surprised that Nothing won?

Popularity Contest: Marijuana Wins

I knew marijuana was going to be a popular search term, and as much as I rarely ever think to look up Joe Biden, I never truly connected the dots. Now that I see it in the google insight trends, I almost want to take a picture of it, laminate it and then mail it to the daily show....

This just goes to show, that people are much more interested in getting high, then in knowing what Joe Biden is up too. Don't worry though, Joe's too tired to think about the public's disinterest in him. And the good news is, that it appears no one loves or hates Joe Biden, and they REALLY love pizza.

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Trsmd 4 years ago from India

Americans aged 12 or older used marijuana at least once in the month . That is the search of this drug in net rather than political leaders. thanks for SHARING:)

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