Skip to comments.Google Draws a Blank for Memorial Day
Posted on 05/26/2014 7:54:36 AM PDT by george76
Google frequently decorates its logo to celebrate various holidays and special events.
Last year Google honored Cesar Chavez on Easter Sunday.
Last week Google celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the Rubiks Cube.
But Memorial Day this year drew a blank.
Meanwhile, heres the Bing homepage today.
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...
Sadly, duckduckgo also did not recognize Memorial Day.
They truly are the scum of the earth.
I hate gargoyle (as I call it).
I try to avoid it at all cost, including closing my gmail account and using other search engines. I would love nothing better than to see them crash and fail.
But they’re only getting stronger.
Money doesn’t buy class.
Thanks for sharing. I only use Bing and really like it and appreciate that they always have appropriate pictures up for holidays. My nephew likes the pictures and likes to click on the interactive boxes - good learning experience (for me, too). Won’t use Google - too many privacy issues.
This dissing America is a much bigger issue. Been using Bing at work (long twisted IT story), and like it. Well Google, Bing just became my default search engine for use at home too.
I use Internet Explorer
I use Internet Explorer and almost all pop-up ads are blocked (not sure if it does it automatically, or if one needs to click on their settings to do so - - not much of a techie - - it just works for me).
History revisionism... let us remember the pedophiles, not the peasant virgins we order to combat to die... nah...
so you don’t think is says a lot that they ignore virtually every Christian-related holiday and patriotic holiday?
I just don’t let it affect me one way or the other. When we kick up a fuss over this sort of thing, we look ridiculous.
I dropped Sam Adams beers, NOT because they support gays, but because they DROPPED supporting the Irish sponsors of the parades. Didn’t think much of the beer anyway.
Live and let live I say.
Mac not PC
I see a small American flag beneath the search window with a yellow ribbon overlaid. The mouseover says “Memorial Day 2014.”
They have now added a LITTLE TINY US Flag and a Yellow Ribbon on the bottom center of their page.
Stock images requiring no forethought or planning. Without the military and those who bled and died for freedom, there’d be no Google.
Ingrates permeate the Google organization.
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