I was listening to KPCC last night, and they reported that YouTube had one trillion hits this year. One freaking' trillion! There's only 300 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy.
Let me put this into perspective. If someone were to give you $1,000,000 (one million) with the requirement that you had to spend $1000 a day, it would take you 1000 days. 2 years, 38 weeks, and 4 days.
Let's suppose then that someone gives you $1,000,000,000 (a billion) with the same stipulation. You won't be done shopping for 2,739 years, 37 weeks, and 6 days.
So low long would it take to spend a $1,000,000,000,000 (a trillion)? Over 2.7 million years.
So people of the world spent so much time on the Internet that they watched one trillion YouTube videos? I have no idea how long an average video lasts, but let me assume the average one is three minutes long. That means people were watching 5.7 million years worth of videos just this year.
"It's Friday, Friday, get-en down on Friday. Everybody's looking' forward to the weekend. Partyin, partying, yah! Partyin, partying, yah! Fun, fun, fun, fun…"
13,901,677 views. Each lasting 3 minutes 38 seconds. A freaking' eternity.