April 20, 2014

Happy Easter

Google goes all out to celebrate the holiday:

Here's last Easter's particularly reverent-looking Google doodle celebrating Easter Cesar Chavez's Birthday:
   

73 comments:

CMB said...

Last Easter, Google celebrated Cesar Chavez's birthday instead of the Christian holiday. This year, Easter falls on Hitler's birthday, but I guess Google is reluctant to celebrate that, so they decided to do nothing.

J Liu said...

They do celebrate Kwanza though. Very inclusive of them

Lex Corvus said...

Oh, come on, it's not like Easter is as big a deal as the birthday of a pretty good chemist who happened to be black.

Anonymous said...

A healthy elite would at least make a perfunctory effort to recognize the religious holidays of the country that enabled them to become wealthier than the Sun King.

It's hard not to read contempt into one Easter doodle in 15 years. Naturally, the first-ever doodle, in 1998, was in honor of Burning Man. If only jellybeans came in a hallucinogenic variety.

Anonymous said...

Dude, Morris Dees took the day off from monitoring Komment Kontrol, and I got not one, not two, but THREE Komments posted on the komedy thread.

Moo ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!

He is arisen, indeed.

leftist conservative said...

steve, get with the program!

Suppressing the expression of the dominant american religion of christianity is all about making immigrants feel more welcome here.

And if immigrants feel more welcome here, then more immigrants will come to america, legally or illegally.

And if more immigrants come to america, the economy will expand.

And if the economy expands, then corporate revenues and profits will grow.

And if corporate revenues and profits grow, then the corporations will spend more $ on ads in the media.

You want the economy to grow and you want the investors and the media to get richer, don't you, steve?

You are not a pinko, are you, steve?

Then welcome the third world immigrants here by helping to suppress our dominant religion and culture, steve.

Don't demand that they speak english or that they conform to our culture and customs, either.

Show that you are not an evil racist by welcoming the immigrants, steve.

Conform to the dictates of political correctness, steve. You want to be a good american, don't you?

You and I must give way so that corporate revenues and the GDP can grow, steve....

leftist conservative said...

the media is making up for missing Easter by creating a new Hero Of Multiculturalism, Rubin Carter. Show that you are not a racist, steve, by celebrating the Death of Rubin Carter, The New Hero of the Fight Against White Racism!

Joël Cuerrier said...

Their last one dates back to 2000
http://www.google.com/doodles/happy-easter-2000

Anonymous said...

The Enlightened Googlites will not celebrate Easter because they have their own secularized religion, aka enlightened secular modern liberalism, technocracy and environmentalism.

In essence,

Silicon Valley + Wall Street + Federal Public School Education + Media Entertainment = 4 Heads of the Modern/Post-Modern Liberal-Leftist religious-secular hybrid movement.

To kill the beast, those 4 heads would have to be sliced off.

Absolom Humblebug said...

Given the recent Brandon Eich unpleasantness, I bet the directors at Google figured this was a good way to show the Silicon Valley libtards which side of the bread their butter is on.

Now if they go all out with something cutesy for "Earth Day", you'll know I was right.

Anonymous said...

Christianity says God sent His Son. Jews killed Him, but He was resurrected. And His Faith spread all across Europe and the power of the Jewish God fell into the hands of gentiles who used it to persecute Jews.

No ways Jews can go for Easter.

Anonymous said...

Christianity says God sent His Son. Jews killed Him, but He was resurrected. And His Faith spread all across Europe and the power of the Jewish God fell into the hands of gentiles who used it to persecute Jews.

No ways Jews can go for Easter.

Harry Baldwin said...

Oh, come on, it's not like Easter is as big a deal as the birthday of a pretty good chemist who happened to be black.

I'll take the black chemist over the female Canadian abstract painter of no discernible talent that no one ever heard of.

Ichabod Crane said...

The unadorned Google logo looks enough like an Easter decoration with between 4 and 6 colored eggs, depending on how you count.

Anonymous said...

I've always admired Google for the way they hired a lot of Chavez's co-ethnics... uh, wait.

The news is crowing that more Hispanics than whites got admitted to the UC system this year, so I guess those racist UC types were finally overcome. That's probably what Google is celebrating.

"More Latino Than White Students Admitted To University Of California Schools", CBS, April 18, 2014:


"...17,589 Latino students have been accepted as freshmen at the University of California’s... or 29 percent of all 61,120 in-state applicants... offered a spot. That compares to 16,378 white residents, who made up 27 percent of the admitted applicants.

Asian Americans remained the largest single ethnic group represented in the accepted freshman class, making up 36 percent of all Californians admitted. Black students received 4 percent of the admission offers.

....A record 86,865 students from California, out-of-state and abroad were accepted..."



It's a minor brohaha that something like 25,000 students are from out of state or out of country. (They bring in about 3 times as much money each as an in-state student.)

Anonymous said...

"cesar chavez"? looks like young ferdinand marcos.

Harry Baldwin said...

Anonymous said... Dude, Morris Dees took the day off from monitoring Komment Kontrol, and I got not one, not two, but THREE Komments posted on the komedy thread.

I'm a big fan of your comments, anonymous! Really enjoyed the one on the comedy thread about how your wife likes The Pink Panther but you like Monty Python. Keep 'em coming!

Anonymous said...

Happy Justin Knapp Day!

Hacienda said...

What's the big deal?

None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection.

You all are way too smart and educated for that.

Easter is for 90 IQs or less.

Honor truth, not bigotry.

Anonymous said...

Christmas is a pagan holiday that was cunningly appropriated by Christians to increase market share.

It has no place in post-Christian America. Lets not forget that white people in America, just like white people in Europe, are moving towards no religion, or a deracinated corporate Buddhism whose goal is to increase "mindfulness" and make you happier (while still maintaining the old anglo caste supremacy of the merchant).

The religious wars of the future will be between the traditional Christians represented by Latinos, Blacks and some Asians vs. Buddhism Inc. represented primarily by SWPLs.

Anononymous said...

What's wrong with Cesar Chavez?

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/fischer/070322
Chavez demanded that the federal government close the border, routinely reported suspected illegal immigrants to immigration officials, and put his brother in charge of Minutemen-like border patrols which on more than one occasion resulted in the beatings of intruders.

Maxwell Power said...

I wonder what's their policy on workplace celebrations of the high holy feast day of St. Mary Jane, as medically indicated

Paul Ciotti said...

The LA Times had an Easter story about unusual Seders. They wonder why no one reads the Times. All they care about down there is gay marriage, perceived micro-aggressions against transsexuals and the alleged "war on women," by which they mean college students who decide they were raped because they got drunk Saturday night, had sex all night long, and here it is Tuesday and the guy hasn't called yet.

Maxwell Power said...

For people who are celebrating that one of the activities is you keep adding extra o's to the middle of "google.com" and see how many sites are taken

David said...

> I'm a big fan of your comments, anonymous! <

Anonymous makes half the comments on every thread and contradicts himself constantly.

Anonymous said...

I looked at a bunch of different google for other countries. Even those where an Easter-themed logo would find zero opposition (www.google.com.br, for instance) have nothing. Ireland, Uk, and for some reason, Russia, all have this:

http://imgur.com/mM3hI7q

Charlotte Bronte's 198th birthday is the alt text.

Anonymous said...

"What's the big deal?"

Even the average bear realizes that much of these religious things aren't about religion, any more than a flag is about a flag. Rather, they are about cultural and ethnic markers. What Google is up to is pretty similar to gang markings on an overpass. And just like with a gang, you give'em an inch and they'll take a mile, so you have to stand up to them.

Googling up the 10 centers of humon comedy said...

No, they already knocked this one out last month

Anonymous said...

Anonymous makes half the comments on every thread and contradicts himself constantly.

I've always wanted to see my name in lights, but I guess half of the comment threads on the #62,057th most popular* web site in the U.S. will have to do. *(note: #46,809th in Pakistan)

Anonymous said...

"What's the big deal?

None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection.

You all are way too smart and educated for that.

Easter is for 90 IQs or less.

Honor truth, not bigotry."

Not all truths are made equal.

While it's probably the case that the resurrection is untrue, it is perhaps also the case that a society with a strong religous element is the optimal society.

Both Kant and Voltaire grasped this concept.

"If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him"



Google is your friend said...

Ireland, Uk, and for some reason, Russia, all have this:

http://imgur.com/mM3hI7q

Charlotte Bronte's 198th birthday is the alt text.


That's because it's no longer non-recognized Easter today over there. As an aside the Bronte sisters' first home, most recently a foreclosure property in economically depressed West Yorkshire, is being turned into a B&B for tourists--they should try this tactic with all those writers and celebrities who've lived in Detroit

Anonymous said...

@ 4:32 anon

ok tough guy, what are you gonna do?

Anonymous said...

"What's the big deal?

None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection.

You all are way too smart and educated for that.

Easter is for 90 IQs or less.

Honor truth, not bigotry.
"


I have an IQ of 150 and am an atheist, but I know lots of fundamentalist theists who are clearly smarter than I am. Atheism and agnosticism are more common at IQ 120 than at IQ 90, but I don't think they're more common at 160 than at 120.

Separately from that, one can have a positive attitude to religion without believing in it literally. I think these fairy tales are persistent because they're necessary. Humankind is not fruitful and does not multiply in their absence. As a species we can't handle the truth. It makes us die out.

More relevantly to this post, religion has a lot to do with tribal identification. What's the attitude of the powers that be to the majority? A lot in politics and economics depends on the answer to that question. Anyone who believes that tribalism is irrelevant to life has signed up for a much less believable fairy tale than anything found in the Bible.

Tom Piatak said...

Google's contempt for Christianity, and for America, is clear.

Rrrrrroger said...

Incorrect.

ben tillman said...

What's the big deal?

None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection.

You all are way too smart and educated for that.

Easter is for 90 IQs or less.

Honor truth, not bigotry.


Bigotry? LOL.

Comments like yours are for "90 IQs or less". Or dissemblers. You appear (or pretend) to have no idea what religion is or what it does. (Read David Sloan Wilson.)

Attacks on -- or disrespect for -- Christianity are, and are to intended to be attacks on Whites. As Belloc said, "Europe is the Church, and the Church is Europe."

Anonymous said...

"Separately from that, one can have a positive attitude to religion without believing in it literally. I think these fairy tales are persistent because they're necessary. Humankind is not fruitful and does not multiply in their absence. As a species we can't handle the truth. It makes us die out. "

This is the gist of Terror Management Theory - many people can't come to terms with the horror that we are worms within food-gathering and reproduction vehicles. The secular elite struggles to provide meaning to life on any basis other than their credentialed opinion. Of all the Darwinist, Jerry Coyne is probably the most honest because he really has no idea how to give people's lives purpose. Alex Rosenberg recommends Prozac. Religion is a means of managing terror.

Rrrrrroger said...

He also seems to be immune to irony.

Anonymous said...

>>ben tillman said:
"""Attacks on -- or disrespect for -- Christianity are, and are to intended to be attacks on Whites.""""""


'cept when black people celebrate Christianity and then its oh so respected because...they don't wanna appear racist!



Also, here's the thing. Earth Day is this week, right? And that's gonna be a fairly BIG campaign. Why, they may have to go all out and put tons of stuff into their precious doodling around.

I mean, come on. Earth Day, that's almost been celebrated mainly by elite SWPL'S for like, you know, almost a quarter of a century? Know how old that is??? That's like, like, before cell phones! When the internet was still part of the Dept of Defense! And who knew at that time what it was all gonna be? The original Star Trek wasn't even in first run syndication.

The BEATLES had only just announced that they were breaking up!!

Now THAT IS OLD!

So people, watch what they do for Earth Day this week and we can all notice and observe the contrast.

Anonymous said...

You appear (or pretend) to have no idea what religion is or what it does. (Read David Sloan Wilson.)

By invoking a purely materialistic, instrumental vision of religion, aren't you agreeing with him that it's a "fairy tale"?

Attacks on -- or disrespect for -- Christianity are, and are to intended to be attacks on Whites. As Belloc said, "Europe is the Church, and the Church is Europe."

Aren't most Christians non-white?

Hacienda said...


"I know lots of fundamentalist theists who are clearly smarter than I am"


I've known high intelligence fundamentalists and they proceed from tribalist motivations. Often they are divinity school students, professors, or church lifers. They tend not to bother with science or the dirty (but enlarging) business of business. High IQ and insularity can be very correlated.

"As a species we can't handle the truth. It makes us die out."

I don't know what truth you mean. Which truth is it that kills us? The truth of Genghis Khan? The prostitute? Arms races?
While these are all evil things, we're still here aren't we?
And not sure what Christianity has to do with any of the above. There are Christian prostitutes, plenty. And it's the Christian nations that are most involved in arms races. Now Mr. Khan, he's not Christian, but he was very open to religions.

"More relevantly to this post, religion has a lot to do with tribal identification. What's the attitude of the powers that be to the majority? A lot in politics and economics depends on the answer to that question. Anyone who believes that tribalism is irrelevant to life has signed up for a much less believable fairy tale than anything found in the Bible."

Well, it's clear to me that the powers that be in the USA don't believe that Jesus died and then his body up and left the tomb. Maybe instead of smart whites in the USA kowtowing to the dumb whites, you all need to upgrade their beliefs? Just saying. Just saying. I'm just saying.




Anonymous said...

I'd love to know how to fight the bastards like Google and Facebook and the rest. Comcast too.

Anonymous said...

It's the homosexuals' influence, I'd imagine. They hate Christianity.

Anonymous said...

"Even the average bear realizes that much of these religious things aren't about religion, any more than a flag is about a flag. Rather, they are about cultural and ethnic markers. What Google is up to is pretty similar to gang markings on an overpass. And just like with a gang, you give'em an inch and they'll take a mile, so you have to stand up to them."

Excellent comment, and like all gang members, they are ruled by Group Think.

Rrrrrroger said...

There's got to be some way to monetize your almost supernatural ability to identify other people's motives. Or are you already really, really rich? They really need your fantastic talent in the market research business.

Rrrrrroger said...

Anonymous is also notably dogmatic. He has all the answers and he doesn't have to argue for them. Assertion alone does the job.

Anonymous said...

I can think of at least one fundamentalist Christian whose work I bet nobody on this post could explain fully.

Anonymous said...

Let's face it: probably the vast majority of the entire Google workforce has no connection to Christianity at all. They either come from another religious background, or come from families who thoroughly secularized at least a couple of generations ago. This is a truly transnational country, so it doesn't see itself kowtowing to the nominal faith of the U.S.

I'm sure there's an element of sticking it to Christians in this, but when you're global, it's either celebrate the cornucopia or stay blank-slate.

David said...

>Religion is a means of managing terror.<

A truly non-religious person would not mistake his fantasies for a commensurate, comparable reality and thus would not feel terror. (There is no alternative to being "worms within food-gathering and reproduction vehicles.")

I've always felt at home in my food-gathering and reproduction vehicle.

Anonymous said...

Religion is about emotionally colored internalized images. Other things too, but this is the part that is "off limits" to the rational mind or any objective analysis.

When Socrates didn't "believe" in the gods, it wasn't because he was smarter than other Athenians. He just was emotionally disengaged from their Olympian religious icons, and looking for something else.

But for ordinary people, those emotional images give a "road map" for important tasks in life. They give "categories."

Like the Christian "holy family" is an archetype of marriage and raising a child. Etc. Christianity took the Achilles archetype (blood stained warrior) and changed it to a blood stained gentle martyr. It kept some of the emotional "keys" that were then used to convert pagans still "keyed into" Odin, Thor, Mithra, etc.

It's not rational. Neither is sex or most things in nature. But it's real.

Andrew said...

Hacienda:

None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection. You all are way too smart and educated for that. Easter is for 90 IQs or less.

I believe. IQ 157 too. I think you have it backwards actually. Most of the dolts and dullards I see around me are the people who don't believe and don't go to church and have zero moral compass regarding their personal behavior. The smart and well off who aren't liberal are who still fill the pews, not the borderline mentally retarded.

And when you come up with a more reasonable explanation for the quick spread of Christianity and the concomittant willingness to suffer martyrdom for this new belief in the Roman Empire of AD 33 to AD 120 (and beyond) than a knowing fraud or a mass hallucination, let us all know.

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

"I don't know what truth you mean. Which truth is it that kills us? The truth of Genghis Khan? The prostitute? Arms races? While these are all evil things, we're still here aren't we?"

The truth that we're here on our own, as opposed to following (or defying at our peril) the directions of someone who knows better. And who do you mean by "we" when you say "we're still here"? Humanity's first experiment with atheism ended in abject failure. Greco-Roman irreligion died out. There have been studies of elite ancient Roman fertility. The decadent, irreligious late republican - early imperial Roman aristocracy died out partly because it didn't have enough children.

Modern athiests and agnostics are moving in the same direction. I don't think that's a coincidence. If you think earthly pleasures are the only legitimate motivating factor, why have kids? Why do anything productive?

There is a very strong correlation between religiosity and fertility in all the religions I'm aware of. The only smart people I know of who're having a lot of kids are religious smart people.

Anonymous said...

OT breaking from San Jose Mercury News: "Meb Keflezighi first American winner since 1985"



Anonymous said...

Don't complain - walk away from Google. They're creeps and you can use other search engines.

AnotherDad said...

Use bing.

Same "cosmopolitan", open immigration, homo loving, clueless but arrogant pissants ... but they did throw a baby chick onto their homepage yesterday.

Steve from Detroit said...


Andrew at 9:44 AM:

I believe, too. I also second your challenge. I routinely offer the same retort to those who mock Christianity, and I have yet to receive a convincing answer.

Anonymous Rice Alum #4 said...

Absolom Humblebug said...
Given the recent Brandon Eich unpleasantness, I bet the directors at Google figured this was a good way to show the Silicon Valley libtards which side of the bread their butter is on.


No no no. Mozilla gets the vast majority of its revenue from Google, in payment for making the Google search engine the default search engine in Firefox. I strongly suspect Google wanted Mr. Eich ousted, and had the power over Mozilla to make it happen.

tl;dr: Google are the Silicon Valley libtards.

jody said...

yeah i noticed the politicization of google doodles.

if only the politicization of federal government agencies were as innocuous. google doodles don't really affect anything. changing the way the census works, what more evidence of the cultural marxist takeover do we need.

jody said...

"Use bing."

i've actually been using bing for a couple months now. their image and video search is better than google's. google seems to have either nerfed their version or it simply is worse than it used to be. chrome is definitely worse than it used to be. since firefox is now out for good (heh), i might be forced to go back to opera if chrome gets any worse than it is now.

"What's the big deal? None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection."

i do not believe it, but i do not believe any of the other things either which google now identifies with via their doodles. it's not a big deal, i agree, but glad i'm not the only person who has noticed that google has clearly declared and identified itself as cultural marxist. culturally hostile to the historical american nation, and a supporter of all it's open enemies and political movements, without being overtly political itself. a tacit supporter of the de-americanization of the united states.

this doesn't change my regard for them much. larry and sergey, and the company they have built, are vastly technically superior to most of the rest of the web 2.0 garbage, and create real innovation.

Hacienda said...


@157.

"I think you have it backwards actually."

No, I don't. I think I have it very correct.

Check out this link

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Educational_Ranking_by_Religious_Group_-_2001.png

The top four groups are none fundamentalist believers of Christianity.

It's clear from the graph the more educated, the less fundamentalist.

Unless you consider Jews, Hindus, Episcopals, Unitarians to be Christian zealots.

On the short bar side, well. Let us not speak of such matters. And turn our gaze.

And 157 IQ! Big deal. I'm shaking.


Hacienda said...

The only smart people I know of who're having a lot of kids are religious smart people.

------------

Yeah, it's always a trade-off. Mormons used to be polygamous. So were Koreans. Our friend Khan was the greatest polygamist of all and arguably greatly enriched the gene pool.

The price of high IQ is physical slackness and loss of emotional energy. Can't have it all. Fairy tales can't replace what is lost.









Svigor said...

Separately from that, one can have a positive attitude to religion without believing in it literally. I think these fairy tales are persistent because they're necessary. Humankind is not fruitful and does not multiply in their absence. As a species we can't handle the truth. It makes us die out.

More relevantly to this post, religion has a lot to do with tribal identification. What's the attitude of the powers that be to the majority? A lot in politics and economics depends on the answer to that question. Anyone who believes that tribalism is irrelevant to life has signed up for a much less believable fairy tale than anything found in the Bible.


Agreed. Now let's carry the conversation a bit further, and acknowledge the strong possibility that Page & Brin and their ilk agree with us, too.

Attacks on -- or disrespect for -- Christianity are, and are to intended to be attacks on Whites. As Belloc said, "Europe is the Church, and the Church is Europe."

Now we're getting somewhere.

'cept when black people celebrate Christianity and then its oh so respected because...they don't wanna appear racist!

Right. Because attacking blacks and their religion isn't on the agenda. This is actually one of the more obvious racial dichotomies in media portrayals. Black Christianity is always respected, white Protestant religion never is. White Catholics are in a grey area.

Let's face it: probably the vast majority of the entire Google workforce has no connection to Christianity at all. They either come from another religious background, or come from families who thoroughly secularized at least a couple of generations ago. This is a truly transnational country, so it doesn't see itself kowtowing to the nominal faith of the U.S.

I'm sure there's an element of sticking it to Christians in this, but when you're global, it's either celebrate the cornucopia or stay blank-slate.


Horseshit. Google's search engine is localized. People in different regions get different flavors of Google. And nobody here gives a shit whether Page and Brin light a menorah or play with a dreidel or whatever. It's about treating their customers with an erg of politeness. But their hatred for Christianity (Europeans, really) overrides their common sense.

Anonymous said...

too busy with a barage of graphics for earth day. But really any different than the major corporation i worked for? There was NO mention of the E-word, which to the scots irish is probably scarier than the C-word. So there were lots of cryptic messages about people leaving early for 'the holiday'.

Anonymous said...

Easter is for 90 IQs or less.
yeah like Kepler, Newton, Sir John Polkinhorne, Faraday, Michangelo, Bach, Rubens,
and these folks:
http://www.faraday.st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk/

Semi-employed White Guy said...

Anonymous said...

I have an IQ of 150 and am an atheist


For such a smarty pants, one would think that you could fill in a name where it says Name/URL? Or maybe that requires some right-brained out-of-the-box thinking.

Anonymous said...

None of you believe the fairy tale of the resurrection."
NT WRight - Anglican Bishop of Durham,believes it is an historical event, and has published a 3 volume scholarly tome asserting just that.

If you knew anything about the resurrection, you would at the very least know that even most atheist bible scholars accept that the crucifixion happened.

After that, they all agree something happened.

In any even the gospels are not written like myths, but rather, almost depositions.

There are also many oddities for a 'fairy tale' - for example, if you were going to make up a story you would NOT have women, especially a former 'loose' woman as your main witness. Women had no credibility in ancient palestine.

pzed said...

I didn't read through all the comments to see if someone realized, but Google actually did make some Easter themed changes. You just had to find them.

http://www.zdnet.com/2014-easter-egg-hunt-google-hoaxes-and-jokes_p7-7000028569/#photo

So no, Google didn't leave it's main page unadorned for political reasons. It left it so that people would have incentive to go find all the Easter eggs they hid. Who knows if all of them were even found. Not everything a big company does is just to spite some old disgruntled Christian white guys.

JeremiahJohnbalaya said...

Without doing any research, my memory is that the two great(est?) logicians, Cantor and Godel, were very very religuous.

Hunsdon said...

And Earth Day provides Google with the Spring-themed occasion to celebrate, which was lacking on Easter/Paskha.

Anonymous said...

You have to seriously think twice about the religiosity of brilliant historical figures. Can you imagine the consequences of promulgating even the vaguest notion of non-worship much less outright atheism?

So the old chestnut that societies that are more religious are optimal. Scandinavian countries are the most atheistic in the the world and year after year top all of the quality of life polls.

Mr. Anon said...

A friend of mine mentioned that he was looking for some religious-themed movies on TV to record on his DVR over the weekend. They commonly used to be broadcast around Easter-time when we were kids: Barrabas, The Robe, The Greatest Story Ever Told, Jesus of Nazareth, Ben Hur, The Ten Commandments, even Jesus Christ Superstar or Godspell.

Nada. Zippo. Goose-egg.

Anonymous said...

"As an aside the Bronte sisters' first home, most recently a foreclosure property in economically depressed West Yorkshire, is being turned into a B&B for tourists"



What, Patrick O'Brunty's house in Thornton? I'm pleased to hear it. Lovely village and IIRC far enough out of Bradford to lack vibrancy.

Anonymous said...

Absolom Humblebug said...

Given the recent Brandon Eich unpleasantness, I bet the directors at Google figured this was a good way to show the Silicon Valley libtards which side of the bread their butter is on.

Now if they go all out with something cutesy for "Earth Day", you'll know I was right.


Touche! Google has gone all out for "Earth Day" as expected. They have a multi-click doodle.

-CW