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03/28/2005

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Jim,MtnViewCa,USA

Bing.com does everything google does.

J.

So everyone should not use google for like 3 days to send a message to google.They sorta made their statement, so we make ours.

Dr. Chondra

I had to add: God Bless the U.S.A., Israel, and our allies - in the name of Jesus Christ - Amen!

(Don't understand Christians that would bash Israel... we are grafted onto the branch, Jesus was a jew, and the jewish people are his chosen, etc.)

My previous post:

I was going to switch to bing because google has chosen Caeser Chavez, and not Jesus, but bing is [hugely] liberal progressive backed, and has chosen politically-correct Easter eggs - so why?

Time for a Christian founded search engine - easier than starting a tv station...

Dr. Chondra

I was going to switch to bing because google has chosen Caeser Chavez, and not Jesus, but bing is [hugely] liberal progressive backed, and has chosen politically-correct Easter eggs - so why?

Time for a Christian founded search engine - easier than starting a tv station...

LibsRinosuk

And this easter, google is honoring Caesar Chavez. Oh boy!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am surprised they did not honor some gay activist who died of aids ten years ago.

Manny

BING BUNNIES, Goodby Google, Hello Bing...

jerry

Nobody minds making a little money off of Jesus.A small logo seems like a small price to pay LOL

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the Easter logo? 2011..google...youtube..and yahoo.com snubbed easter...no logo at the top of their page......i notice this thread is

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Where is the Easter logo? 2011..google...youtube..and yahoo.com snubbed easter...no logo at the top of their page......i notice this thread is quite old..just wanted it confirmed they snubbed easter again....while they recognize any holiday including national golf clothing day.

Seth

Google has a Christmas theme every year. As well as Hanukkah. So it really freaks me out about Easter. Im not expecting 3 crosses or a tomb with a large stone rolled away. But come on, Not even an egg or a rabbit. Many of the previous posts made the point about them having themes for "world water day","Halloween" and the birthdays of people I've never heard of. So its actually shocking to me to completely ignore this holiday.

Ivan

Well I'm guessing because it's politically incorrect but after all look who owns the media.

Rothschild Zionism
http://www.davidicke.com/articles/political-manipulation-mainmenu-72/42734-they-dare-not-speak-its-name-rothschild-zionism

NSA and Google are partnering up
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMHyjRjyzRQ

You Christians out there will love this one.
If you think Google is bad check out this video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErzxOz3Dzv8

Cat

I think that the Christmas logo had pictures of people celebrating "the holidays" in different ways and had no Christian sign of Christmas up. Yes, i do think the total avoidance of Easter, the holiday that reminds us that we can be saved, the one that reminds us that God died and rose for us, is a slam on religion. How can you refuse such pure, beautiful, perfect, and SAVING love. Jesus reminds us of how much love he has for us and that if we deny Him in front of others, He will deny us in front of His Father. Have a heart and stand up for the one who saved you!

Don Albertson

I looked today, and noticed the same.

The answer, I'll guess: Google Culture belongs to the religion of the liberal-left. They worship environmentalism, feminist extremism, and the like, but are wickedly hostile to anything Christian, even as Judeo-Christian culture is what built America, and even as America has been in a state of decline ever since The Enlightened Ones (aka, hippies, aka Baby Boomers) came of age.

Teri

I am happy to find I am not the only one wondering where the Google Easter Logo is. I am extremely happy that Google has finally stood up to China and stopped the censored Google there. But I am disappointed that Easter isn't recognized -- as it is the highest Christian holiday. As a Christian, I'm not offended to see the logos of other religions displayed. I

Ronni

I also had to google "why no Easter google logo" (maybe I should've "bing'd" it! :) ) - it seems so strange to me. Ok, so if the founders of Google are Jewish, why don't they have something Passover-related up then? I'd even be ok with that. But just totally ignoring the holiday? It actually seems more offensive pretending that today is not a significant holiday for millions of people...than to put up something very non-religion related, like a Easter bunny.


I think it's weird.

ktmw

Google posted 5 christmas logos this year, so I don`t think they`re anti-religion. But this still puzzles me.

spliz

hey where are all the great egg head Christians, come on Christians, start up your computer companies and beat these jewish or atheist run servers! I'm getting sick of it, all these pseudo intellectual atheists. give me a break! oh and by the way, Happy Easter, ha ha

Easter Bunny

Pretty sad when you have to GOOGLE why GOOGLE has no Easter logo today!

Kay

Badda-'Bing', here, too!

GEEEEEZ! Very disappointed! I always look forward to the create side of GOOGLE! This is, at the least, quite a disappointment! (Could have at least used 'spring pale colors for the logo'!)

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