Friday, December 22, 2006

Bill O'Reilly's next target?

O'Reilly likes to pick on the small players, like retailer Crate and Barrel, for (as he mistakenly claims) not saying "Merry Christmas". But when will O'Reilly go after the big boys, and one of the biggest, if not the biggest, is Google. Here is a screenshot showing the screen tip that pops up when the mouse hovers over the graphic. What does it say? Not "Merry Christmas", but "Happy Holidays". That's who O'Reilly should take on. If he doesn't, does that mean he's a sissy?



By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/22/2006 7:38 PM  

It looks like Google took the caption down.

I don't get the Kangaroos. Not a traditional Christmas animal. Someone, please explain.

By Anonymous Rockie the Dog, at 12/23/2006 9:32 AM  

It's a coded message; the kangaroos show that Noah did have them on the Ark, the four colors of the Google logo represent the books of Matthew Mark Luke and John, the tinsel bound around everything represents the omnipresence of Jesus, and the single bow is a clear symbol of the one true God. "Holidays" derives from "Holy Days", and means the full range of Christian worship feasts of advent right through until the feast of the Epiphany.

Christmas, on the other hand, is some kind of irreligious proto-pagan ritual abounding with false idolatry. Rudolph, anyone?

So Happy (wink) Holidays!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/23/2006 10:25 AM  

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