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?

Idiots.


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Comments

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

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

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

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

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  5. Surprised it's not Hugo Chavez.

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  6. 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?

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

    Where do they take complaints?

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