Google’s shout out to Veterans

November 11 is remembered around the World as Armistice Day. 11am on 11//11 each year marks the moment when German and Allied forces agreed to the end the First World War I.

It has been expanded to represent a moment to reflect all of those who gave their ultimate sacrifice for their Country.

That mark of respect by Google would be appreciated by all sensible people.

Meet the Buzzards.

JAC Says:

November 11, 2010 at 1:55 pm

SAY….has anyone noticed the GOOGLE artwork today for Veterans Day? They placed the “e” in a very interesting manner under the U.S. flag. And why the storm clouds and orange background behind the very faded looking flag? Sergy and Larry Page are frequent visitors to the White House…hmmm. I am not the only one to notice this artwork today. It is going viral in the blogosphere. Just pushi’n our buttons, I suppose.

Would sanity appear? No don’t count on it. Listingstarboard a regular at NoQuarter and The New Agenda has an interesting theory.

listingstarboard Says:

November 11, 2010 at 2:04 pm

The flag placement over the e leaves a very crescent shaped image–is the flag pointing to mecca on this?

Confirming the user-name Rightwingloon has an interesting theory

rightwingloon Says:

November 11, 2010 at 3:01 pm

Wow, I never use google due to the fact that they give a large amount of money to take away the right to bare arms. But when I pulled the page up the color of the e and all you could see of it made me thing of the sickle used in the old Soviet flag.

Then of course the crazy gets crazier

C Mill Says:

November 11, 2010 at 2:04 pm

Amazon, like Google, is run by Leftists. They apparently have never heard of sales decisions based on common decency. These people wish for the death of the First Amendment, but then shroud themselves in it as an excuse for their own depravity.

Somebody buy these people some brains.

  1. November 12, 2010 at 1:38 am

    The right to “bare arms” indeed.

    • November 12, 2010 at 10:36 pm

      Everyone should have the right to bare arms, except maybe in the Winter when that would just be stupid.

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