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Google Objects To 'Ungoogleable'
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ANON1245955069612
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ANON1245955069612,
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3/26/2013 | 8:30:11 PM
re: Google Objects To 'Ungoogleable'
What if Apple wanted to remove the word "unappealing" from the dictionary ?
I guess, "appalling" fits more with Apple's ecosystem...
Dadinator
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3/27/2013 | 5:00:37 PM
re: Google Objects To 'Ungoogleable'
I think then ogooglebar now needs to become a meme. I know they don't want negative connotations of their name, but if the shoe fits . . .
This is a classic dick move on their part.
pwndecaf
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3/28/2013 | 2:10:41 PM
re: Google Objects To 'Ungoogleable'
Look what happened to "Kleenex."
moarsauce123
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3/29/2013 | 12:01:03 AM
re: Google Objects To 'Ungoogleable'
Google should be honored, the Swedes could have opted for "obingbar". What a dumb objection! Google should be happy that the verb "to google" is for a long time already a synonym for online search.


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