Friday, November 21, 2008

Google - Not Bright

I bet you thought the Google people were smart.

I wonder if Google will want us to remember Tiananmen Square? Oh, right, they're shills for the Chinese tyrants who perpetrated that. Guess not!

Stay classy, Google.


At 7:33 PM, November 24, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Google in fact does display a special logo on the date of the Tienanmen Square atrocities which links to more information about the event, which makes your pointless post even more meaningless. You seem to plain dislike Google, yet your website is provided for free by Google, who host and run this site on their network.

At 8:26 PM, November 24, 2008 , Blogger Vernunft said...

Successful troll or really successful troll?


At 1:51 PM, November 25, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

your reply made no sense to the other person's comment...

At 2:12 PM, November 25, 2008 , Blogger Auskunft said...

I suppose it wouldn't (to you), since thinking and vocabulary are both required.

At 5:34 PM, November 25, 2008 , Blogger Vernunft said...

Anonymous 2.0's comment reminds me of something.

There's a card in Magic: the Gathering called "Floral Spuzzem". As printed, Floral Spuzzem's text reads "If Floral Spuzzem attacks an opponent and is not
blocked, then Floral Spuzzem may choose to destroy a target artifact under that opponent's control and deal no damage." Under a literal reading of the text, the card would have to be consulted as to whether it chose to destroy &c. Because cards aren't intelligent, this presented an amusing problem.

Similarly, I am grieved to read that my reply made no sense to the other person's comment. I sincerely hope the comment will forgive me and we can be friends for life, yo.

At 9:36 PM, November 27, 2008 , Blogger MC1171611 said...

Typical. Google, a good company that I think does a good job; Apple, of whom I'm a total fan; and other high-tech companies all seem to feel that they owe the "GLBT" "community" something. Since when did abnormality become normal? Since when did not "straight" become acceptable? What was a mental condition but a few years ago has simply become accepted by the mainstream. That's a problem.

Call me "homophobic" if you like. I'm not scared of anyone. But if you insist on calling me that, I'll just reply that I was born that way and can't help it.

At 12:08 AM, November 29, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Respecting other people and their rights? Yeah, that's kind of important.

At 2:51 AM, December 01, 2008 , Blogger markhash said...

By the above logic is it also a problem that black people are now allowed to sit anywhere on the bus? Or that women are allowed to vote? Or are they not problems anymore since they were only abnormal longer than a few years ago?

By your scare quotes are you saying that "GLBT" and "community" are words used by people which do not represent something actual? If that is the case then I guess there is no problem for you to write about. If not then I guess you are using them to try to sound clever, but you are obviously not very clever. May I suggest to you that you don't broadcast your lack of intellect to the world with your inane comments. Stupidity is forgiveable since it is probably hereditary but try to keep it in the closet mate.


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