Google!

Politics, Education

Go to Google and type in “failure”. Wait for it…

Google liar and see what pops up.

Tag your it!

Failure - First hit: http://www.whitehouse.gov/president/gwbbio.html
Liar - First hit: http://emperors-clothes.com/indict/liar.htm

Next? :D

Try incompetent

Tag your it.

Incompetent- First hit (repeat of liar):http://emperors-clothes.com/indict/liar.htm
Incompetent- Second hit: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn…63.html

NOW, we’re getting somewhere!

TAG

Bus’s bio comes up as the third entry on a Yahoo search. OK, I don’t understand how the prioritization works. Why does that link come up so high? Liberal bias in the media sort of thing? Vast left wing consspiracy?

Well we’re heading into a dangerous conversation here! But the thing is, that it’s meaningful that entities like Google or Yahoo have chosen to obviously say something about the current state of affairs- especially concerning the administraion.

We all stand somewhere, but it can be argued (for example) that Fox News is not truly practicing journalism in the classic sense at all, but rather exercising a definite partisan agenda- and if you spend some time watching it you’ll know what I mean. The upshot is that the country is divided pretty distinctly. The high-profile inferences here are a real sign to me that something is definitely, seriously, wrong.

I had a pretty shocked reponse when I first saw it too! Only admittedly, I was pretty delighted. I have an opinion… :)

The ordering is automatic. The links that get clicked the most after a particular search word will get moved up in the hit list automatically. That can cause results just like what we have just seen.

Quote (phoo @ Aug. 25 2006,21:11)
The ordering is automatic. The links that get clicked the most after a particular search word will get moved up in the hit list automatically. That can cause results just like what we have just seen.

*Ahem*

Oh. :D

Eyup!

Do not click this link

Quote (Beefy Steve @ Aug. 26 2006,16:07)
Eyup!

Do not click this link

What will happen if I do? ???
Quote (TomS @ Aug. 26 2006,19:47)
Quote (Beefy Steve @ Aug. 26 2006,16:07)
Eyup!

Do not click this link

What will happen if I do? ???

Man, I just went there, and had to do some pretty fancy navigating to get back here with my mind in one piece!

Forget it- just don't go there.
Quote (TomS @ Aug. 26 2006,19:47)
Quote (Beefy Steve @ Aug. 26 2006,16:07)
Eyup!

Do not click this link

What will happen if I do? ???

The computer will transfer all the funds in your bank accounts (except for 47 cents... don't ask... it's a feature... not a bug) to Beefy Steves account in the Cayman Islands.

Beefy has been scammin' folks for years with this ploy... pssst! Hey Beef? You forgot to send my last check dude...

D
Quote (Diogenes @ Aug. 26 2006,23:35)
Beefy has been scammin' folks for years with this ploy... pssst! Hey Beef? You forgot to send my last check dude...

D

Eyup!

Sorry D. an oversight on my part, I assure you :)

As for everyone else, well I did warn you :D

See you in the Cayman's D. first beer is on me :p

Steve