Now, any Google search vet, particularly one seeking images related to a certain subject, will tell you that eventually you're going to find something containing a skimpy-clad model, full-on nudity or outright belly slapping. It's guaranteed. Put in a search for images of people smiling and you're certain to find something that'll really put a smile on your face if you're in need of such a fix. On the other hand, the miscellaneous flotsam Google can fetch you just defies logic.
Case in point, this morning I'm searching for the album cover image to George Jones' Icon 2 compilation. Put in "George Jones Icon 2," it stays pretty much on course to Mr. Jones and country music, but it gives you a misprinted version of the album cover and no sign of the correct one no matter how far you scroll. Phooey. Going under "George Jones Icon2" with a closure between the "icon" and "2," I got what I was looking for sure, but let me pass along a sample of the befuddling images Google provided me under this search:
Country fried steak:
Oliver Hardy and Mae Busch from Their First Mistake:
Curious George (my kid would dig this):
Cardinal George Pell:
One of a handful of swimsuit divas represented by Agencia de Modelos:
Saxophonist Michael Lington:
G.I. Scout Rasta headphones:
Well, at least there are a couple of loose-ended "George" connections including musician George Benson, who you can also find in this search. Where Tim Tebow, Fredi Washington, Gregory Peck, Sarah Jones & Alfie Boe or cupcakes have a connection to George Jones is beyond me. What, no mason jar filled with white lightning? Whewwwwwwwwwww. WTF, Google?
Listenin' to: George Jones - Icon 2