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Why Content Farms Make Me Want To Slit My Wrists: Part 27,365

November 11th, 2010 11:01 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

From Associated Content’s William Browning, in response to Google’s super-patriotic Veterans Day doodle…

“In the past Google personified its doodle with red, white and blue letters but the addition of an Islamic crescent moon-looking “e” hasall the Internet abuzz.Tweets via Twitter have included a broad range of hostile opinions about ‘Old Glory’ appearing with the shadow of a stylized Islamic crescent moon–especially on Veterans Day. The Google doodle is definitely stirring up fears of fanning the flames of anti-Islamic sentiments in America. Was that what Google intended?”

No, William Browning, the only person “stirring up fears of fanning the flames of anti-Islamic sentiments in America” here is you, you grade A linkbaiting scumwit.

Also: “Tweets via Twitter”?

Honestly, Yahoo!, this is the future of online journalism? You should be ashamed of yourselves.

(Original story h/t: Gawker)

Source: Why Content Farms Make Me Want To Slit My Wrists: Part 27,365

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