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(Brackets Daily)   In honor of Google's 15th birthday today, here are 16 funny and bizarre search suggestions like "Urethra Franklin", "Does your virginity grow back" and "Why can't I own a Canadian?"   (bracketsdaily.com ) divider line
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2013-09-04 12:41:35 PM  
Republicans are for sale, not Canadians.
 
2013-09-04 12:46:58 PM  
Canadian one comes from this.
 
2013-09-04 12:51:07 PM  
If it's google's birthday, why didn't they do a special doodle for it?
 
2013-09-04 12:54:16 PM  

ds_4815: Canadian one comes from this.


And I've never seen a good defense of the point being made.

/pickers and choosers
 
2013-09-04 01:17:08 PM  

kimwim: If it's google's birthday, why didn't they do a special doodle for it?


doodling specials will get you 6-10
 
2013-09-04 01:28:08 PM  

kimwim: If it's google's birthday, why didn't they do a special doodle for it?


The Google doodle looks like the Google logo.
 
2013-09-04 01:38:27 PM  
data.whicdn.com
The first image that comes up when you google image search "Happy 15th birthday, Google!"
 
2013-09-04 01:38:27 PM  
Hehe, I just checked, and "I am deathly afraid of chinese people" is still a suggestion.
 
2013-09-04 01:39:35 PM  

dletter: ds_4815: Canadian one comes from this.

And I've never seen a good defense of the point being made.

/pickers and choosers


Defense against I mean.
 
2013-09-04 01:41:11 PM  

kimwim: [data.whicdn.com image 500x500]
The first image that comes up when you google image search "Happy 15th birthday, Google!"


It's #2 for me, but, close enough... Google's having a happy birthday.

/I guess since Google is also 15, its ok.
 
2013-09-04 01:55:11 PM  
Unfortunately they took a lot of the Easter Eggs out. Like "what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?" no longer works.
 
2013-09-04 02:16:16 PM  
log in to vote? nope.
 
2013-09-04 02:17:58 PM  
Why isnt 11 onetyone?

holy hell ... now that makes sense
 
2013-09-04 02:32:59 PM  
Hey, I was told my search history would remain private! I mean...I don't have three nipples, and I don't know what you're talking about.
 
2013-09-04 02:48:24 PM  
Wait...isnt this why fark is sponsored by buzzfeed? I prefer all witty compilation lists be presented in the new non traditional format.
 
2013-09-04 02:57:39 PM  

kvinesknows: Why isnt 11 onetyone?

holy hell ... now that makes sense


For that matter, why isn't 142 fourteentytwo?
 
2013-09-04 03:02:32 PM  
Google is not 15 today. It turns 15 on September 27th.

Why do I know this? Because for the past 14 years the birthday doodle has appeared on my son's birthday. They share the exact same birth date: September 27, 1995.
 
2013-09-04 03:03:08 PM  
Typo. 1998.
 
2013-09-04 03:17:39 PM  

StrangeQ: kvinesknows: Why isnt 11 onetyone?

holy hell ... now that makes sense

For that matter, why isn't 142 fourteentytwo?


Because we stopped doing that shiat years ago, unlike the French.
 
2013-09-04 03:24:54 PM  

dletter: dletter: ds_4815: Canadian one comes from this.

And I've never seen a good defense of the point being made.

/pickers and choosers

Defense against I mean.


I doubt there is one.
Your sovereign means more than skin color in old timey laws, so you could own white or brown slaves alike. What ever the recent spoils of war happened to be became part of your nations economic engine.
Assuming our "King" didn't have a soft spot for Canadian citizens (and all those international anti-slavery laws aside) you could wake up to maple syrup and circular bacon every morning.

I ask you, how is this a bad thing?

/I'm not much of a theologist, but I thought Leviticus was replaced by Jesus with his "do unto others" and "love thy neighbor" bit.
/We spend years in church hearing how we're not supposed to be dicks to each other, yet some folks ignore those rules and go digging for their own.
 
2013-09-04 03:39:30 PM  

Kuta: Google is not 15 today. It turns 15 on September 27th.

Why do I know this? Because for the past 14 years the birthday doodle has appeared on my son's birthday. They share the exact same birth date: September 27, 1995.


Most likely it depends on when you start counting from.
Founded (September 4, 1998)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google
 
2013-09-04 03:45:17 PM  
Why does Google always want to add "feet" every time I search up an actress? Are there that many foot fetishists in the world?
 
2013-09-04 03:49:48 PM  
Canada is the 55th state so it isn't a valid argument.
 
2013-09-04 04:10:27 PM  
Just an FYI for anyone wondering, the Urethra Franklin one came from a Get Fuzzy strip about a benefit concert for cats with urinary problems or something.
 
2013-09-04 04:18:38 PM  

Mega Steve: Why does Google always want to add "feet" every time I search up an actress? Are there that many foot fetishists in the world?


Probably just one, with a lot of time, and two computers.
 
2013-09-04 04:19:36 PM  

way south: dletter: dletter: ds_4815: Canadian one comes from this.

And I've never seen a good defense of the point being made.

/pickers and choosers

Defense against I mean.

I doubt there is one.
Your sovereign means more than skin color in old timey laws, so you could own white or brown slaves alike. What ever the recent spoils of war happened to be became part of your nations economic engine.
Assuming our "King" didn't have a soft spot for Canadian citizens (and all those international anti-slavery laws aside) you could wake up to maple syrup and circular bacon every morning.

I ask you, how is this a bad thing?

/I'm not much of a theologist, but I thought Leviticus was replaced by Jesus with his "do unto others" and "love thy neighbor" bit.
/We spend years in church hearing how we're not supposed to be dicks to each other, yet some folks ignore those rules and go digging for their own.


i like to think leviticus was tossed out with thuson kai fage!   (kill and eat!).  well, not really.  but, it's just a lot more fun than any other option, because "rise... kill and eat! what i have cleansed cannot be made common" is just awesome.  and it lets us eat shellfish.  which is also awesome.

in my opinion, the new testament threw out a lot of nonsense from the old testament.  but, the old testament is much more efficient at creating an isolating, insular religion that denounces anything that disagrees with it.  for which reason, many people love to refer to the old testament, because there is some human desire to isolate one self with the familiar and deride anyone outside of the group.  since the kill and eat phrase coincides with other stuff about non-jews preaching jesus, i think that there is an argument, though a stretch, that the laws in leviticus were too forbidding of membership and therefore opposed to the teaching of christ.

/ but really, it's not an argument, it's just an excuse to say kill and eat a bunch of times under the guise of saying something pretending to be intelligent.  it is not a thought out or succesful argument.
// kill and eat.
 
2013-09-04 04:20:56 PM  
To celebrate, for one day only they are going back to not being evil.
 
2013-09-04 05:04:54 PM  

pute kisses like a man: in my opinion, the new testament threw out a lot of nonsense from the old testament.  but, the old testament is much more efficient at creating an isolating, insular religion that denounces anything that disagrees with it.  for which reason, many people love to refer to the old testament, because there is some human desire to isolate one self with the familiar and deride anyone outside of the group.


That's more or less my thoughts on it.
The old testament involved alot of fire and brimstone ideology, the kind needed when religion and state were tightly intertwined. We needed to build a new identity and the easiest way was a series of dietary, dress, and behavior restrictions enforced by the death penalty.
Jesus comes in and proposes sweeping changes on what faith should mean, but more importantly how the faithful should relate to the people around them.

...This didn't go over well with the old guard. It was a direct blow to their source of power.
Some want to revert from the new message because the old one was better at keeping flock in check.

/Personally I treat the bible more like a series of history books than a book of rules.
/Preachers who pull out one line from the stack are like politicians who try to justify their actions by quoting Cesare or Hitler.
 
2013-09-04 05:29:20 PM  

way south: pute kisses like a man: in my opinion, the new testament threw out a lot of nonsense from the old testament.  but, the old testament is much more efficient at creating an isolating, insular religion that denounces anything that disagrees with it.  for which reason, many people love to refer to the old testament, because there is some human desire to isolate one self with the familiar and deride anyone outside of the group.

That's more or less my thoughts on it.
The old testament involved alot of fire and brimstone ideology, the kind needed when religion and state were tightly intertwined. We needed to build a new identity and the easiest way was a series of dietary, dress, and behavior restrictions enforced by the death penalty.
Jesus comes in and proposes sweeping changes on what faith should mean, but more importantly how the faithful should relate to the people around them.

...This didn't go over well with the old guard. It was a direct blow to their source of power.
Some want to revert from the new message because the old one was better at keeping flock in check.

/Personally I treat the bible more like a series of history books than a book of rules.
/Preachers who pull out one line from the stack are like politicians who try to justify their actions by quoting Cesare or Hitler.


you can tell a lot about what is about to be preached by the book cited.  personally, i enjoy the letters and other stuff.  also, those may have the most authenticity of authorship.  the gospels also.  but, what i dislike is the old testament, especially leviticus, and revelations.

there is a very interesting book/article on the canonization of revelations by elaine pagels (if that's her name).  but, she says that many bishops were opposed to revelations, and for many years, it was just another gnostic text to throw in the back of the library with all the other weird early writings that were interesting enough to keep, but not good enough to canonize.

but, then a bishop who was very politically motivated found the text and ran with it.  he saw a huge failure in christianity, because it let anyone become a follower.  he basically wanted to revert all the love and openness talk in the church, and bring out the fire and brimstone.  bonus, he wanted to take christianity back to an ethnic religion.  so, he pressured enough bishops to vote it into the bible.

so, of course, the most hateful of all christians rely on leviticus and revelations to spew their nonsense.

this is all like my opinion man, because i'm no theologian, or really all that well read on the subject.  i haven't done much more than read the bible in a greek class (oh man, so much easier than everything else in greek class) and read some elaine pagels stuff.  but, i did take a class on gnosticism, so i know a lot about the weird stuff that didn't belong in the bible (and generally, for good reason).  revelations reads a lot more like that other weird stuff than the non-revelations, canonized new testament.

and, as you mentioned with politics and the old testament, revelations was canonized as christianity was starting to emerge as more of a political figure.
 
2013-09-04 05:58:18 PM  

Herr Morgenstern: Hey, I was told my search history would remain private! I mean...I don't have three nipples, and I don't know what you're talking about.


Hello, Mister Scaramanga.
 
2013-09-04 09:09:33 PM  

ds_4815: Canadian one comes from this.


https://www.google.com/search?q=Laura+Schlessinger+nude
much better link
 
2013-09-04 10:04:57 PM  
Who says you can't own a Canadian. I have six of them in the fridge right now.
 
2013-09-04 10:08:26 PM  
I'm loving the 'sentences don't end the way you think they octopus'.
 
2013-09-05 12:21:18 AM  
How is babby formed?
 
2013-09-05 12:35:27 AM  
I'm marrying a Canadian in July so I'm getting a kick...

/Quebecois though, knockoff
//too cheap to spring for the real deal
 
2013-09-05 02:18:04 AM  
The final playoffs will be nipple vs. virginity. I think left nipple will win.
 
2013-09-05 11:10:36 AM  

kimwim: [data.whicdn.com image 500x500]
The first image that comes up when you google image search "Happy 15th birthday, Google!"


Either of those come in Canadian?
 
2013-09-05 01:39:47 PM  

RedVentrue: kimwim: [data.whicdn.com image 500x500]
The first image that comes up when you google image search "Happy 15th birthday, Google!"

Either of those come in Canadian?


no.. but Canadians come in them
 
2013-09-05 04:54:56 PM  

namatad: ds_4815: Canadian one comes from this.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Laura+Schlessinger+nude
much better link


Better than WHAT?! Ugh.
 
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