Google is such a beautiful thing. It's a tool that enables us to no longer have to use our brains and think on our own. Okay, kidding. Kind of.

Put it this way, it enables you to do that - but it's important to use your brain because you know how the old saying goes? "Use it or lose it"? Something like that.

Anyways, I digress. A lot more recently, I find myself googling the proper spellings for certain words. Probably more times than I'd like to admit. But you can pretty much figure anything out by typing it into the old "google machine" as I like to call it.

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A recent study by All Home Connections, which is a partner of AT&T and Google Data, revealed the most asked questions people googled in all 50 states and the results are intriguing to say the least.

Here in Colorado, the question googled the most by Coloradans was: Should I buy a car? And I'm a little confused by that because we actually shared the same question with several other states too.

My take on this is: shouldn't you already know whether you should or could buy a car due to your financial situation, current car's condition, etc.? I get googling what kind of car one should buy but this one kind of threw me for a bit of a loop.

For some of our closest neighbors around us, here's what their top searched questions were on Google:

  • Wyoming: “Should I have a baby?”
  • Kansas: “Should I go to college?”
  • Utah: “Should I cut my hair?”
  • Arizona: “Should I buy a car?”

Here's a pretty interesting look at what the whole country is Googling state by state...

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