May 29, 2008

Stay Classy, Google

They can't be bothered to post a simple tribute to fallen servicemen who fought for the freedoms they enjoy, but find the time to post about a rather pointless accomplishment by a mountaineering New Zealander and his Sherpa guide.

If they find out that Hillary didn't dodge conscription and was a RNZAF navigator during World War II, will they end his tribute as well?

Posted by Confederate Yankee at May 29, 2008 09:20 AM

I am slow to jump on Google for not doing a Memorial Day theme for the reason that Google, while an American corporation, caters to an international user base. While Memorial Day is a distinctly American holiday, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzig Norgay's Everest summit is an internationally recognized event. I think that this is the reason why Google failed to theme its homepage for Memorial Day but did so for the Everest summit, not b/c Google was trying to snub the American armed forces.

Posted by: Lone Star Politics at May 29, 2008 02:07 PM

I'm quick to call that seditious dis-information conglomerate 'googlag'.

'Don't be evil' is simply newspeak for 'globalism - and at any cost'.

Did you hear that ViaCom is suing googlag / youtube for one billion dollars in copyright infringement?

This comes on the heels of allahtube telling Sen Lieberman 'are you kidding?' when asked to take down jihadist propaganda.

One more in a long line of abuses and 'eff you America' which googlag shows a corporate propensity for....

Simply search my site for 'don't be evil' and you'll see a whole catalog of googlag's disdain for individual liberty & public decency all across this globe.

My recommendation: don't be evil - don't use googlag or allahtube.

Posted by: locomotivebreath1901 at May 29, 2008 03:17 PM

Lone Star: Google refuses to do Memorial day. They run different sites around the world as needed, and will celebrate other U/S. only holidays. They also celebrate non-U.S. Holidays.
If they were like Clusty, who never changes for anyone, it may be different. But it isn't like that at all. They simply refuse to do Memorial Day.

Posted by: JP at May 29, 2008 04:39 PM

LoneStar, Yahoo and also serve international audiences, and yet they found a way to honor our fallen heroes.

Not to mention that fallen American servicemen have made a lasting impact on the rest of the world. If not for their sacrifice, you might be speaking German today.

Posted by: C-C-G at May 29, 2008 05:39 PM