Skip to comments.Anyone take a look at google's salute to Veteran's Day?
Posted on 11/11/2010 8:41:45 AM PST by bgill
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For your entertainment. ;)
Yep, a red crescent with the star from the American flag.
Along those lines, take a look at the “T” logo in the New York Times online. There’s a star and crescent there, too.
To make up for it, I've posted this link to the story about the only KIA from my high school.
There is a particularly tragic background story that goes along with these tapes. Michael never graduated with the class, exactly. He received his diploma at the state mental hospital. When Michael was in ninth grade, he thought he was a car, went around the halls making car noises, stopping at the water fountain for a fill up. Kids thought it was a joke. It wasn't. Evidently Mike had dreams of going into radio or tv news. Some people think that he may have actually believed he was a war correspondent. We'll never know, but he should never have been in Vietnam.
How about the “red cresent” being the bottom of the letter “e” the top half of which is covered up by the flag.
damn google and all their emloyees.
I read it backwards, and all I got was a strange Spanish-sounding name; El Goog.
Since we're playing word games, here's a fun song involving palindromes.
Miss him, Miss him, Miss him
You are quite right, enoa! From here on out, I’m oin to leave out the “ “ in all of my writin . It’s a despicable Communist conspiracy.
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