The recession must be affecting Google Search Results.
It's the only logical explanation I can come up with to explain how I've lost GSRs for the second week in a row. It's starting to remind me of my 401k.
If these GSR losses keep up, by the time May rolls around if I enter "Brad Hollerbach" into Google, the only response will be, "Brad Who?"
Anyhow, this week's Google Search Results comparatives are Guitar Gods. These are guys - sorry, no ladies - who can or could really play a mean guitar.
The leader of the pack is Slash of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver fame. He is millions of GSRs ahead of everyone else, but what do you expect? The guy's name is a virgule. Don't think I'm some English genius and knew what a virgule is off the top of my head. I had to look it up. It means:
a short oblique stroke (/) between two words indicating that whichever is appropriate may be chosen to complete the sense of the text in which they occur: The defendant and/or his/her attorney must appear in court.
In other words, a "slash."
If there was a guitar god named "Period," he would royally kick Slash's butt in the GSR comparatives. "Period" has darn close to a billion GSRs.
Coming in second was Jimi Hendrix followed closely by Eric Clapton. Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin came in fourth.
While not really a guitar god, the final entry is Grandpa Jones of Hee-Haw fame.
OK, so he didn't play the guitar, but man, he could wail on banjo. Imagine if he had channeled all his banjo-guru-ness to a Stratocaster and changed his name to just Grandpa.
I bet he would have given Slash a run for his money.