On important days such as holidays, or famous peoples birthdays that made an impact on society Google dedicates their home page logo to that person with some sort of image that represents that person. Yesterday March 31, 2013 was Easter, as well as a man by the name Csar Chavez's 86th birthday. Instead of dedicating their Google image to Easter which is a very important holiday to Christians, Google dedicates their image to Csar Chavez's. (Google image link is above, below as well as here) When I first saw this I was amazed, what is more important some guys 86th birthday who I never even heard of (I had to google his name to know who he was) or Easter, a historic, important spiritual holiday for Christians. I don't know what Google was thinking. This is Google exposing their liberal side. They refuse to show the importance of Easter, as well as dedicate a few hours to the spiritual holiday that 70% of Americans celebrate. On Easter Bing had a Easter background to represent the holiday.
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