Saturday, June 6, 2009

Are you for real Google?

This is the image on Google.com today. Today, the 6th of June 2009... On the 65th Anniversary of D-Day. GOOGLE is not honoring the scrifices made by our military on this infamous day... nope, instead they are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Tetris. Classy. While I'll continue to use google as my default search engine and did once-upon-a-time enjoy hours on end of Tetris... this is very disappointing!



6 June 1944: D-Day- The largest single-day amphibious invasion of all time, with 160,000 troops landing on a 50-mile stretch of the Normandy coast divided into five sectors: Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword.


I find this a bit more deserving of recognition than Tetris.

4 comments:

Katelyn said...

This is an awesome post, thank you. I hadn't even thought about that when I saw Google's image earlier today. Way to put it in perspective!

Lauren B. said...

um, yes. d-day is WAYYYYY more important than tetris. maybe the founders of google aren't american?

but i'm back...and sick! vacay was a blast though. i will be posting a new blog this week hopefully. we should get together this weekend maybe?

Teresa said...

Tetris isnt as important?! lol jk. D-Day always has beautiful celebrations that should be reported and of course my hubby's birthday haha.

Love the pictures!

JG said...

Wow, I didn't see that. That is horrible. Google tends to poorly pick and choose causes, though.