Thank you, mother of all search engines, for being there to explain twerking, gluten and bitcoin to the mystified masses.
Google's 2013 world search results are out, revealing that South Florida, as usual, trends at the top, too.
Of 1.2 trillion most-searched topics on Google this year, LeBron James was king (he wasn't in 2012, thanks to Michael Jordan), ditto the Miami Heat, in the NBA Players and NBA Teams lists, respectively. Offensive lineman Richie Incognito rushed to No. 7 on the Athlete list; while the Miami Dolphins ranked No. 3 for NFL Team searches. (Look out, Buffalo Bills.)
We're pretty sure it wasn't hockey that helped the BB&T Center in Sunrise score a goal at No. 2 for Stadiums/Arenas. Sorry, Florida Panthers, but we're going with concerts driving those clicks. (Thank Lady Gaga, who's coming in May.)
Romantically speaking, er, searching, Florida took honors the No. 8 spot for Destination Wedding Locations, behind Mexico and Hawaii.
The Zimmerman trial grabbed the No. 6 spot in the Event category, after the Boston Marathon, government shutdown and royal baby. Trayvon Martin made the People list, too, at No. 9.
Not surprisingly, Miami resident and Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez, suspended by Major League Baseball in 2014, was No. 1 on the MLB list.
So, take that, Miley Cyrus, Drake (really?) and Kim Kardashian.
Check out the lists at google.com/trends/topcharts.