Skip to comments.Google Tributes (Mourns?) National Parks in Oct. 1 Logo
Posted on 09/30/2013 10:01:33 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger
The world's number one search engine has been known for some curious odes, homages and tributes in recent years, and viewers with a shrewd eye seldom find Google's political subtlety difficult to interpret.
On Day 1 of the government shutdown, which furloughs untold thousands of "nonessential" government employees, and shuts down services such as National Parks, Google elected to celebrate the 123rd anniversary of Yosemite National Park in its prominently-featured "Doodle" art work.
What do you think? Is it thinly-veiled editorializing on a government shutdown, or an innocent celebration of rugged Americana?
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Weird that they didn’t mourn the EPA, NSA, Dept. of “Education” (Programming) or the Dept. of Labor being furloughed. Those freeloaders get no respect I guess.
Is AF1 grounded?
Idiots probably think that fire was "Natural."
I think Google sucks.
I have to think it was scheduled well in advance, and not influenced by immediate events. But who knows.
Nobody celebrates the “123rd anniversary” of anything.
The lefty enviros want us to leave nature alone anyway, right? Shouldn’t they be happy human parasites won’t be stomping all over and littering on the purity of mother earth?
Better yet, will Michelle have to get up in the morning and make the pancakes?
The decrease in activity and driving back and forth to government jobs should also help cut down on carbon emissions and slow down globull warming.
Try start page.com no tracking
The 1st Wookie needs to get up early and harvest the okra and arugula.
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.
The AF flight crew and the mechanics could use a break.
They have been too busy.
Absolutely no doubt.
the end game my FRiends - and how its been played by the greens.....
Also, never underestimate NorCal's affection for Yosemite. It's one of the things here I love, amidst all the liberal stupidity.
Liberals such as “Google” NEVER celebrate “rugged Americana.”
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