The A-Z of Google

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I was curious… What does Google think of itself?

Time for another Google Suggest list. This time the responses Google provides when you type in “Google is ” from A to Z.

  • Google is a number
  • Google is better than yahoo
  • Google is cool
  • Google is down
  • Google is e [nothing displayed – self censoring google is evil?]
  • Google is funny
  • Google is going to take over the world
  • Google is hiring
  • Google is islam
  • Google is jewish
  • Google is king
  • Google is liberal
  • Google is making us stupid
  • Google is not working
  • Google is owned by
  • Google is paying to work from home
  • Google is quitting china
  • Google is redirecting me
  • Google is skynet
  • Google is the devil
  • Google is undefined
  • Google is very slow
  • Google is watching you
  • Google is x [nothing]
  • Google is your friend
  • Google is z [nothing]

Nice to see Google’s your friend.

It’s also fun to do this for “Yahoo is ” and “Bing is ” – Bing especially gets a lot of negative responses.

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