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You Rank Me Right Round, Baby, Right Round

Ranker is on Google+! Finally! I know you guys are super-excited so I just wanted to get that out of the way right up top. Here’s where to find us. For those of you who like your URL’s spelled out, for copy-and-pasting purposes (and what 80 year olds DON’T?), it looks like this:

http://plus.google.com/109649088883131737221

Yes, it took Google months to come out with pages for brands, companies and websites. And then when we get them, it’s impossible for customize or personalize. Why does it need so many numbers? Is Robert Redford and his team, armed with the world’s most sophisticated code-breaking software, attempting to access my Google Plus account and mess with my circles?

It’s not just a codebreaker, Lon. It’s THE codebreaker.

Sorry, Sundance.

Anyway, you REALLY should follow Ranker on G+, my previous cynicism of the prior paragraph aside. We’ll be sharing all sorts of interesting lists and blog posts and site updates over there as they happen, and it’s going to be a bit more random and offbeat than the Facebook and Twitter feeds. (Which you should be following as well! Obviously!)

And if you’d like to follow other people BESIDES Team Ranker… for some reason… we can help there, too.

Here’s a great guide to finding comedians on Google+, including the “Nerdist” himself, Chris Hardwick, Comedy Central host Daniel Tosh and even… wait for it… “Whitney” co-star Chris D’Elia! He’s the guy with the beard who always looks bemused by Whitney’s wacky neuroses, shenanigans and even, dare I say, monkeyshines. Not to mention her egregious posture.

Why is she standing like that? Who stands like that? The poster makes it seem like Chris is back there wondering, “What’s going on? Are our lives being recorded for some sort of ridiculous alternate-reality humorous television show?”

We’ve also got a nice round-up of celebrities on Google Plus, from the (self-described) great William Shatner to Ashton Kutcher. (No word yet on whether Ashton is continuing to use his Google account or if he’s outsourced all of his searching to handlers. Oooohhhh, SNAP!