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Google's Easter Tribute

Very Surprising…Smack dab in the middle of their logo today is an
amazing iconic image of the most humble humanitarian
in the history of Mankind we should never ever forget, that has
done more for society and the world than we will ever appreciate.
Our Savior, Our Icon…
HAPPY 86TH BIRTHDAY CESAR CHAVEZ!..arriba! arriba!

[quote]Karado wrote:
Very Surprising…Smack dab in the middle of their logo today is an
amazing iconic image of the most humble humanitarian
in the history of Mankind we should never ever forget, that has
done more for society and the world than we will ever appreciate.
Our Savior, Our Icon…
HAPPY 86TH BIRTHDAY CESAR CHAVEZ!..arriba! arriba!
[/quote]

Who cares what Google decides to put on their site? Goddamn assholes not shoving the cross down our throat! Don’t they know it’s Easter?

I don’t care if they put a cross up, Chavez up, or anything else. Why do you? Who gives a shit?

Because I wanted a fuckin’ Bunny Rabbit that’s why!!

[quote]Karado wrote:
Because I wanted a fuckin’ Bunny Rabbit that’s why!![/quote]

I go to google a lot. I would prefer if they put up a naked lady. I never notice the images except for when you could play Pac Man on the site. That has been the first (and last) time it was important.

Are you kidding’, Naked Ladies and Pac Man are the reason I got the internet
in the first place.

[quote]Karado wrote:
Are you kidding’, Naked Ladies and Pac Man are the reason I got the internet
in the first place.
[/quote]

the internet 80% porn 20% silly cat pictures. I liked the jim hennson tribute last year

Helping Mexican farm workers labels you as one of the biggest humanitarians in history ? Helped more than our society and the world will ever know ?

Right.

not a friend of criminaliens either

[quote]kevinm1 wrote:

not a friend of criminaliens either[/quote]

LOL…that will never see the mainstream light of day.

Apparently Maximus’ didn’t pull his Antennae high enough today to notice I was
being facetious in the first post.

[quote]Karado wrote:
Apparently Maximus’ didn’t pull his Antennae high enough today to notice I was
being facetious in the first post.[/quote]

Haha…the Ariba kind of gave it away.

[quote]H factor wrote:<<< Who cares what Google decides to put on their site? Goddamn assholes not shoving the cross down our throat! Don’t they know it’s Easter?

I don’t care if they put a cross up, Chavez up, or anything else. Why do you? Who gives a shit? [/quote]Well, aren’t we just the paragon of pep and personality. What must I do so that I too can share in your peace and joy?

[quote]Tiribulus wrote:

[quote]H factor wrote:<<< Who cares what Google decides to put on their site? Goddamn assholes not shoving the cross down our throat! Don’t they know it’s Easter?

I don’t care if they put a cross up, Chavez up, or anything else. Why do you? Who gives a shit? [/quote]Well, aren’t we just the paragon of pep and personality. What must I do so that I too can share in your peace and joy?
[/quote]

You’ve got the good book of hypocrisy. I wouldnt think you need a website image to feel good about yourself or find peace and joy. Then again that same good book leads to most wars, so maybe you do need more.

Im very peaceful, and absolutely love my life. I cant tell you how to do the same, but I wish you luck.

Whatever on earth could have been thinking? Your celebration of life was simply erupting from your post. Forgive me. I forgot who I was talkin to for a second.

[quote]Tiribulus wrote:
Whatever on earth could have been thinking? Your celebration of life was simply erupting from your post. Forgive me. I forgot who I was talkin to for a second.[/quote]

I can’t celebrate life and be a bit annoyed that it’s a big deal what a company puts as a picture in the background of its search engine? In 2013, EVERYTHING has to be a news story and a big deal.

I merely pointed out that I could care less what google does in as their “doodle” and I’m shocked that people would be outraged over the decision. I mean honestly who cares? I guess forgive me if I say who gives a shit instead of fairy dancing around celebrating everything. The idea that my apathy toward that issue means anything about me is just stupid.

How about we change it to this for pep:

Gee golly boys and girls I just can’t figure out why it seems to get everyone so down in the dumps that they put a picture of Chavez in the background. I mean rainbows and buttercups, can’t google decide what they want to do with their own product? It just doesn’t seem to effect anyone, but you know what if it does you that’s ok because it’s all good my fellow cupcakes!

Well, IDK If it’s any consolation, I learned Chavez was a devout Catholic, so I guess
who cares what “Man” thought of him anyway because that carries no weight on his final destination.

I still thought they should have put up something related to Easter even if it
wasn’t a “religious” image, I could have settled for a Bunny…I like Bunnies.

You sure do like stirring the pot don’t you Karado?

[quote]Karado wrote:
Very Surprising…Smack dab in the middle of their logo today is an
amazing iconic image of the most humble humanitarian
in the history of Mankind we should never ever forget, that has
done more for society and the world than we will ever appreciate.
Our Savior, Our Icon…
HAPPY 86TH BIRTHDAY CESAR CHAVEZ!..arriba! arriba!
[/quote]

Why go out of your way? Nevermind…

Speedy Gonzales references show well enough how you feel. I hope you see and understand him in the same light I do. As you know, my grandfather picked crops and was a field laborer. You wont get flack for what you post here, but that reference is just like this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zulEMWj3sVA

[quote]Karado wrote:
Well, IDK If it’s any consolation, I learned Chavez was a devout Catholic [/quote]

He also hated illegal immigration (because they provided cheap labor), until he was bought-off by the very agri-business he claimed to be fighting. Here is his 1979 testimony in front of Congress on the issue of illegals:

"For so many years we have been involved in agricultural strikes; organizing almost 30 years as a worker, as an organizer, and as president of the union–and for all these almost 30 years it is apparent that when the farm workers strike and their strike is successful, the employers go to Mexico and have unlimited, unrestricted use of illegal alien strikebreakers to break the strike. And, for over 30 years, the Immigration and Naturalization Service has looked the other way and assisted in the strikebreaking.

I do not remember one single instance in 30 years where the Immigration service has removed strikebreakers. We have observed all these years the Immigration Service has a policy as it has been related to us, that they will not take sides in any agricultural labor dispute. They have not taken sides means permitting the growers to have unrestricted use of illegal aliens as strikebreakers, and if that isn’t taking sides, I don’t know what taking sides means."

Severiano, don’t encourage the stereotype of your kind that are emotionally thin skinned, can’t see the forest for the
trees, and that flock to Tree barks and water stains that resemble religious icons. I thought you were smarter than that on this one dude…So, let me spell this out for you, I was being facetious because Google decided not to honor Yeshua and they decided put up Chavez instead.

It was their choice and I understand that, but it was EASTER nevertheless, and if I hurt your “feelings”
or “sensitivities” I certainly didn’t mean to and it was not my intent, but also a sure sign you were never in the military because that would have add another layer or two to your dermis.
Man up a bit will ya? Your biggest enemy is the man in the mirror.