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Like Bayonets on a Chalkboard

It’s hard to imagine a bigger “fuck you” to Red America — what Mencius Moldbug calls Plainlanders — than the recent Veteran’s Day doodle.

America did not defeat Germany twice, did not scrub the Pacific of fanatic suicide warriors, did not magnificently retreat from Chosin, by deploying cute li’l soliderettes front and center, with a backing chorus of perfectly paletted skin tones. 39 more words

Google Doodle celebrates fall of the Berlin Wall

I well remember visiting Berlin when Germany was divided: the huge, imposing wall dividing the city, the strip of cleared ground (containing land mines) on the East German side, and the drabness of East Berlin when my father and I visited after passing through Checkpoint Charlie. 574 more words

Freedom Of Expression

Google Doodle: Day of the Dead

Today is the Día de Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, a celebration and remembrance of ancestors and friends that happens once a year in Mexico. 74 more words

Gaga for Google!

There’s something that Google’s particularly good at and they know it. That’s the Google Doodles – everybody loves them and they both animate your day and keep you up-to-date with current events. 313 more words

Writing

2014 Project 365, Day 304: Happy Halloween, Google!

Photo #304: October 31

Today’s dose of shallow happiness is brought to you by Google’s Halloween doodle. Happy Halloween! ^^