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[–] Zenhael 1 point 31 points (+32|-1) ago 

Never really bothered to take notice of this crap before. But for the last few months, I've had DuckDuckGo pinned to my bar. I don't use Google at all, anyway. I recommend making the switch.

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[–] luckyguy 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

privatesearch.io I want people to have as many options for finding search they like.

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[–] princess_bubblegum ago 

you set off the bots

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[–] BustyChicksFTW 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Same, DuckDuckGo ftw.

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[–] Lag-wagon 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Http://ddg.gg

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[–] Iforgotmy_other_acct ago 

I use google for image searches. Duckduckgo can't compare in that department, unfortunately.

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[–] SoloPoloVision 2 points 13 points (+15|-2) ago 

Yeah, I think you may be over stating the issue quite a bit:

Today, for Veteran's Day, look at the Doodle. 80% of American veterans are white. 92% are male. In the Doodle, 7 vets are depicted.

Well what do you want them to do, squeeze 30 people in to the doodle so it can be proportional without leaving people out? Plus the army isn't exactly popular with SJWs, so surely the SJW thing to do would be to not celebrate veterans day at all?

International Women's Day (invented by communists, look it up) gets a shout out every year.

International Women's Day was started in New York in 1909 and has been widely celebrated for a very long time. International Men's Day was created in 1992 by a university professor in Kansas and is almost unknown. International Men's Day is nowhere near the equivalent of International Women's Day anywhere, so Google leaving it out is simply a reflection of its current status.

Plus Google celebrates Father's Day every year.

November 9th is Carl Sagan's birthday, Spiro Agnew's birthday, and World Freedom Day. Who did they commemorate on Monday? Actress and feminist hero Hedy Lamarr. Sorry, Carl, maybe if you were a woman.

Well lets see, recently we've also had Adolphe Sax, George Boole, Duke Kahanamoku, Gustavo Cerati, Adoniran Barbosa, Ehud Manor, Edvard Grieg, the men's Rugby world cup, the men's US Open, even the Elderly Gentleman's Cabaret's TV premiere. There's been no shortage of doodle's about men, and that's only going back to June. All you've done is cherry picked some examples of people who haven't had a doodle yet.

Don't look for guys like Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to ever be commemorated.

But the founding fathers do have 4th of July celebrated with a Google doodle every year.

The September 11 attacks get the snub every year

You're wrong about that one, Google has been placing a remembrance ribbon on their search page on 9/11 since 2010.

December 26th marks the fall of the Soviet Union.

Well, for a start that was the culmination of several years of crises and reforms. It didn't suddenly go from evil communist to glorious freedom on that date. Plus what followed was a period of political instability and fall in living standards, and ultimately Russia hasn't exactly ended up as a beacon of freedom.

Plus Google have celebrated the fall of the Berlin wall twice, and the Velvet Revolution, so again there have been doodles related to the fall of comunism

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[–] FuriouslyAdrift ago 

Thank you!

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[–] Pwning4Ever ago  (edited ago)

http://www.google.com/logos/doodles/2015/veterans-day-2015-5639245909721088-hp2x.jpg

0% hispanic representation. 3 black people. One of them being a black woman. If i had to guess black woman are probably <1% of the active military. But to be fair, Google's HR department is racist because they included ZERO transgenders in this doodle.

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[–] Possible 1 point 7 points (+8|-1) ago 

Sounds a bit strange. I would want to see every doodle ever, and run a test or two. Its just to easy to cherry pick and come to a conclusion which isn't supported by the big picture.

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[–] thoughtpolice 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

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[–] Possible 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

thanks! if i'm interested enough I'll check this out tomorrow.

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[–] Elefante 1 point 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

How else does google hope to boost its diversity hires and "muh womens in stem" outside of public relations, secretaries, "social media experts", etc. This kind of entryism is classic SJW. Take over the public face of a company to do the stuff the engineers and programmers don't want to and push an agenda.

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[–] A_jihad_on_anchovies 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

To be fair, Nellie Bly seems pretty bad ass.

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[–] CarlosShyamalan 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Its their website so they get to call the shots. Thats how freedom of expression works right?

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[–] FilmMakingShitlord 5 points 3 points (+8|-5) ago 

So you're saying you're offended?

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[–] mcwilshire [S] 3 points 4 points (+7|-3) ago 

No. They're pushing an agenda I oppose. If they were pushing private prisons or drone strikes or DRM or the TTP or whatever else Voat hates, and I oppsed them doing so, that wouldn't be me being offended, and neither is this.

I oppose their agenda.

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[–] FilmMakingShitlord 7 points -2 points (+5|-7) ago 

You seem offended that they're not showing more white people.

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[–] mcwilshire [S] 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Right. It was totally an accident that none of the four vets in the front row, and only two of the seven shown, were white males, even though 80% of vets are white and 92% are male. No agenda there at all.

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