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Easter Morning Open

Easter Morning Open

Happy Easter to all our readers.

Nice to see Google is remembering what this day is about, Google celebrates Easter with … Cesar Chavez birthday tribute

Google Easter Chavez

If Google wanted to celebrate a birthday rather than a religious holiday followed by most of the country and billions of people, at least it could have honored the birthday of the founder of the internet.

Al Gore Twitter Photo

While I appreciate this sentiment, Google doesn’t care, it has a strong secular progressive agenda like virtually all of Silicon Valley and the high tech industry, and it would rather stick its thumb in your eye and mock you:

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I stopped using Google 5 years ago. Sergey Brin and Larry Page really are 2 of the most leftist punks in the tech industry and the entire company is like that. Even for July 4th, they made sure not to show the american flag prominent, I guess they don’t want to offend the lefties.

“Do no evil” YEAH RIGHT!

    snopercod in reply to alex. | March 31, 2013 at 11:40 am

    I use startpage HTTPS which advertises “Startpage, and its sister search engine Ixquick, are the only third-party certified search engines in the world that do not record your IP address or track your searches.”

    Also, I use NoScript to block google-analytics and google-ad-services.

    …and naturally, I dump ALL cookies every evening.

    Hopefully, I will not be assimilated.

      JerryB in reply to snopercod. | March 31, 2013 at 11:59 am

      You, too, shall be assimilated.

      Cordially,
      Google/OFA/PRC

        Aarradin in reply to JerryB. | March 31, 2013 at 3:07 pm

        heh. Obama’s second inaugural couldn’t have been more obviously collectivist if he had given in the title “Resistance is Futile” and delivered it dressed as the Borg Queen.

Check out what Microsoft’s bing has for their homepage…. absolutely stunning pictures for Easter. Bing is actually pretty good I have to say.

And Yahoo’s search engine just stayed neutral, they have nothing up.

    JerryB in reply to alex. | March 31, 2013 at 12:05 pm

    Ah, eugenicist Bill Gates, who himself wants to reduce the number of his future customers … for whom the bing tolls. It tolls for thee.

That is one of the reasons I use Bing these day. They are recognizing the secular aspect of Easter, which I understandable, but at least they are recognizing it.

OR Mar 31st – Barney Frank, especially with all the LGBT stuff goin’ on at scrotum SCOTUS.

“Render onto Cesar…”
—Mark Steyn

Heh!

I wonder if anyone at Google has read Miriam Pawel’s The Union of Their Dreams, or read Caitlin Flanagan’s 4500-word review of it in the Atlantic in 2011: “The Madness of Cesar Chavez: A new biography of the icon shows that saints should be judged guilty until proved innocent.” Read the whole thing.
—Ed Driscoll

Collectivists ARE evil. Sorry, just a fact.

Y’awl bettah git used to it… If youze don’t assimilate into the liberal culture, it will eat you alive!

It’s all around us just like breeding cockroaches in a messy kitchen and folks, that kitchen is indeed messy these heeyah days..

Christ is Risen!

He is Risen, indeed, Alleluia!

Happy Resurrection Day to all. The blood on the lintel is the blood of Life!

Why is non-union company Google celebrating union leader Cesar Chavez?

Is it because Google hates illegal aliens? Chavez (born in Yuma, AZ) urged his union members to act as vigilantes and beat up and report (for deportation) illegal aliens who were coming into the U.S. and competing with the union members for jobs.

Is Google’s decision to feature illegal-alien hater Chavez Google’s way of signaling their opposition to the proposed new amnesty law?

Why does Google hate brown people?

In the spirit of diversity, I’m switching to Bing. At least they’re not blatantly anti-Latino like Google!

This is my choice for celebrating Easter.

http://youtu.be/pLLMzr3PFgk

1. Happy Easter to all our readers.

To you as well, and to the LI community.

2. Housman’s Easter Hymn:

If in that Syrian garden, ages slain,
You sleep, and know not you are dead in vain,
Nor even in dreams behold how dark and bright
Ascends in smoke and fire by day and night
The hate you died to quench and could but fan,
Sleep well and see no morning, son of man.

But if, the grave rent and the stone rolled by,
At the right hand of majesty on high
You sit, and sitting so remember yet
Your tears, your agony and bloody sweat,
Your cross and passion and the life you gave,
Bow hither out of heaven and see and save.

Where did you dig up that doctored photo of the Goracle?

There is a reason Bing is my home page and my main search page. Today’s Bing brought a smile to my face.

http://www.bing.com/?FORM=MFEHPG&PUBL=Google&CREA=userid1743go51d367c64cb6b50c6d8b0b7fe5f35618

Happy Easter to all!

Subotai Bahadur | March 31, 2013 at 12:40 pm

1) Note that Google voluntarily assists the secret police in totalitarian countries hunt down and arrest dissidents. I stopped using Google years ago when it came out that they were helping the Chinese Public Safety Bureau arrest those who expressed politically incorrect thoughts in China. To Google, slavery > freedom.

2) They are/were major contributors to Obama.

3) They bias their search results to benefit the Left.

4) Given their background and corporate history, one has to assume that they are helping/will help the US government track down dissidents.

5) And of course, they never miss an opportunity to insult America, Americans, and their culture while worshipping totalitarianism.

Starve the beast in any way possible.

Subotai Bahadur

    Aarradin in reply to Subotai Bahadur. | March 31, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    “voluntarily assists the secret police in totalitarian countries”

    Any company that would have “Don’t be evil” as a motto is 100% guaranteed to actually be evil. This is standard leftist misdirection / projection. Avoid being accused of what your actually doing by pre-emptively accusing, falsely, your opponents of doing the same thing.

    “slavery > freedom”

    But, but Freedom IS Slavery. I’m confused.

I wish I could remember the source, but:

Pressed to defend Bush’s presidency, replied, “He kept two of the sorriest S.O.B.’s that ever served in the Senate from becoming President”. Meaning, Gore and Kerry.

That, alone, is reason enough to put him on Mt Rushmore. Teddy may have gotten the Canal built, but W? Prevented not one, but two national calamities.

Greetings to all. I am new to this site and like what I see.
First, The Google thing. They are the “New Normal” for our high tech companies so praised by the elected leaders. Helping track down and betray dissidents in totalitarian countries is totally in keeping with Obama The Merciful and his minions. Next, I am disgusted with Google’s celebration of a farm worker union’s boss over acknowledging the central event of Christianity. At first, I thought maybe they were just tone deaf. But upon further thought, this dovetails with their “changing the world” motto by the Stalinists. Don’t be surprised by the chief aim of this gang being the deconstructing of America.
They have already done this to the once free and prosperous State of California. We are now behind the New Iron Curtain. There are some of us who will resist. Pray for us.

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