Sunday, March 31, 2013

Decisions, Decisions

It's Easter Sunday. Arguably the most significant holiday of the Christian faith. Christians make up 33% of the world population, larger than the next nearest, Muslims at 21%.

Google has traditionally changed the logo on their main search page for various holidays and anniversaries. They're called "Google Doodles". Of course, I didn't expect to see, "He is risen!" emblazoned across their home page on Easter morning (although I probably would have as recently as the 1980s, if Google existed then). No, this is it:

Google Doodle, Easter 2013: Celebrating Caesar Chavez 80th Birthday
That's Caesar Chavez. It's his 80th birthday. Now, my politics do not make me a big supporter of a socialist union activist, and I know it's presumptuous of me to expect everyone in our 'progressive' culture to buy into the whole virgin birth/resurrection thingy, but I figured that maybe we'd get Easter eggs, or a bunny. This was from 2000:

Google Doodle, Easter 2000: Observing the holiday with some harmless secular baubles, at least.
Maybe the wizards at Google could figure out how to make the image switch every minute or so, when you hit "refresh". Now that would be diversity! I'm just a little disappointed.

Happy Easter, Anti-Kakistocrats!


  1. Christians must speak out; the message of Christ supercedes any triviality that man can dream up.Personally I am joining the ranks of the gravely offended. I will not stand quietly by and see the Most Sacred trampled upon. The Lord is Risen, Alleluia. Be an Easter person.- m

  2. Good for your Karl. HE has risen. HE is the TRUTH, the LIGHT and the WAY. All who believe in HIM, will have eternal life.
    This scares progressives, remember, they booed GOD at their Convention! Keep up the important messages you provide to our
    community. Your's is the voice of reason, measured with wisdom. GOD BLESS YOU!!

    Randy J. Cross
    Son of Liberty
    Soldier for Christ

  3. Google is getting some heat over this. I think they're too big to care, though.


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