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Happy Eas..I Mean Happy Birthday Cesar Chavez?

Almost 2 billion Christians are celebrating the most holy day of their year.

Google, as is their custom, cannot let such a day uncommemorated on their customized homepage.

Happy Eas...?

Seriously?  Easter Sunday and Google chooses to commemorate the 86th birthday of Cesar Chavez?


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Helene said...

Yep, I agree.

Anonymous said...

Another reason to use startpage.com as your preferred search engine.

Ben Berry said...

hey Pat, I just stopped in to email you about this. I am also on blogger, Shouldn't we all be blogging somewhere else?

Margaret said...

Chavez marched under the banner of OL Guadalupe. Don't think he's appreciate this much either...

Sherry Antonetti said...

It's because some people would have to google who Cesar Chavez is, but they wouldn't need to google Easter.

Anonymous said...

Surprised it's not Hugo Chavez.

TerentiaJ said...

I've never used Google as my homepage, so I don't see the doodles. My son tells me that Google never acknowledges religious holidays of any religion. Does anyone know if this is true?

Anonymous said...

I just switched to Bing after I saw this - last straw.

Where do they take complaints?

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