Larry King Admits He's Never Searched the Internet

Google, Yahoo!, MySpace, YouTube, Wikipedia: it's all gobbledygook to the "King of Talk."

Larry King admitted Tuesday he's never searched the Internet.

"I’ve never done it, never gone searching," he told Roseanne Barr in an interview on his TV show.

"Oh my God!" Barr said after the admission. "It just opens up the whole universe. It’s so awesome. You would love it."

"No I wouldn't," King said.

The 72-year-old talk show host, who routinely reads viewer e-mails on his show, let loose his Luddite nature while interviewing Barr about her blog and political activism on the Web.

The clip was posted on two blogs Wednesday, with comments ranging from "an admission that shocks absolutely no one" to "at his age, anything is possible."

In the clip, King acknowledged his wife is the Internet surfer in the family.

"The wife loves it," King said. "I wouldn't love it. What do you punch little buttons and things?"

"You just click on this thing," Barr said. "The thing is you got to be able to read, so you have to have strong glasses when you've over 50 and then you just scroll down and click. It's not that hard. I can show you how to do it."

"No, thanks," King said.