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Google Tackles The Tough Questions

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ebveryone knows Google. Like, everyone. Besides a terrible economic crisis and the Olympics, it’s the one banner behind which the entire world can unite. Who on this planet hasn’t Googled himself? Who hasn’t had a question about dog care or smell identification that needed a swift response? “No one” is the answer to THAT question, and a Google search would probably confirm as much. We are one world under GOOGLE. Amen.

Of course, we use the service to research some profoundly unusual things. Monkey drug dealers. Directions to the moon. Tree pornography. Under the invisibility cloak we call the Internet, we’re free to be as odd and curious as we want. (And we are one odd and curious world.) Thankfully Google is right there with us. Type in “is that a” for instance – just three words – and you’re given the following:

It's definitely a Sears poncho.

It's definitely a Sears poncho.

And that’s only the BEGINNING.

'Twilight' f*cked so many kids up.

'Twilight' f*cked up so many kids.

No. Sorry. It is not possible to curve a bullet.

No. Sorry. It is not possible to curve a bullet.

"Where do babies go when they die?" ... What?

"Where do babies go when they die?" ... What? Like, Babies 'R Us?

More babies. People love babies.

More babies. People love babies.

"Is." The most open-ended verb in the English language, and this is what people do with it. Wow.

"Is." The most open-ended verb in the English language, and this is what people do with it. Wow.

What’s shown above is only a small sampling of the kind of thoughts currently occupying people’s heads the world over. Want to read more? A blog called GDumb recently started compiling some of Google’s weirder search suggestions. The more accurate its search engine gets… the better it reflects the people using it. Think of all the crazy sh*t we haven’t even begun to type!

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4 Responses to “Google Tackles The Tough Questions”

  1. Tian Xie Says:

    “is that a dagger I see before me”

    Isn’t that from Macbeth? Maybe we should give ourselves a little more credit.

  2. Henning Says:

    Astute observation, Tian. Maybe people do care about things of consequence and value. But how many of those people are vampires? I’m still curious.

  3. DJ Steve Says:

    This is GREAT. Thanks Hendog

  4. scikid Says:

    Google is starting to spread out! They have created an eco friendly google that is called blackle. It is posted somewhere on my site:

    http://helpcooltheearth.wordpress.com

    Scikid

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