Skip to comments.Google thinks today is "Holidays"
Posted on 12/25/2012 6:44:24 AM PST by duckworth
Today is Christmas Day. Hanukkah ended nine days ago. New Years Day is seven days from now. Yet... for some explicable reason, Google thinks today is "Holidays." In their description of their Christmas day graphic, Google writes "Happy Holidays from Google."
Well thanks, Google that's very nice of you. Very inclusive.
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It makes them look so petty and small minded. And, worse, they don’t even get why it is offensive
Holiday = Holy Day
The joke is on them.
Yesterday a kid at check out said to me, Happy Holiday and I responded,” which one Christmas New years 4th of July,you need to be more specific”.
Dumass didnt even get the point although most in line behind me did.
You'd best let them know about this oversight ASAP so they can take immediate corrective action!
They'll have to remove the "Holi" from "Holiday", and then their site will simply read: "Happy ...Day"!
Wow... It must really be hard sometimes to be a liberal that takes their beliefs in Political Correctness to a near religious level in itself.
google Norway wishes Merry Christmas
story here http://www.seroundtable.com/google-happy-holidays-christmas-16126.html
The “progressives” at google think its smart.
Stay away from them, quit feeding the enemy, use Bing.
I dont use GOOGLE for any thing.dont trust them
In Norway EVERYTHING, and I mean EVERYTHING, shuts down for four days for Christmas.
Google: A creepy Burtonesque landscape; Holidays
Bing: a cabin evocative of the manger with a link front and center to a search page with Christmas in every link.
Its a shame that Microsoft feels compelled to abandon private-oriented business PC’s for tablets and the ‘cloud’ BS. At least they finally dumped NBC.
The money from people using their search and buying Android stuff keeps rolling in, though, so they figure as long as people don't care enough to stop giving them money they don't really care much at all.
“Holidays” end on December 26th. New Year’s eve CLEARLY is not included in the phrase “Happy Holidays” because stores’ “post-holiday” sales start December 26th, not January 2nd.
buncha angry liberals sitting around at home all lonesome on the internet in that chat comment talkback.
Someone should tell them the Good News that Jesus loves them too!
since “ happy holidays” originates from “happy high holy days”, it’s just semantics. why are these days holy? Jesus, or course.
The graphic sucked too...
Wait until the find out what “goodbye” means, “God Be With Ye.” They’ll never be the same. :-)
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