Google's Cesar Chavez Logo Insults Christians On Easter

Mar 31, 2013 • 10:38 am | comments (221) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos

Today is one of the most celebrated days of the year for Christians, Easter Sunday. And while search engines like Bing and have special themes up for Easter, Google has a logo for the birthday of Cesar Chavez.

Don't get me wrong, Cesar Chavez is a remarkable and honorable person to remember. But if you saw the number of complaints in the Google Web Search Forums now, you'd scratch your head.

Google's Cesar Chavez Logo

Here are some of the hundreds of complaints:

Why not have bunnies and eggs decorating the Google search, at least. I know you'd never have a Jesus decoration on the search page. But Cesar Chavez? WHY? On Easter of all days.

Cesar Chavez on google on Easter morning, google sucks, I am looking for a new browser.....people what other engines can I use.?

Get some basic respect, Google. Posting a picture of Chevez on Easter makes me feel uncomfortable and creates a "hostile web environment". Please replace Chevez with an Easter-theme.

Why did you take Easter Away?

Now those are just a few of the comments and the ones that are PG-13. Some of them are pretty out there and I rather not quote them here. You can read them yourself in the Google Web Search Forums.

So who was Cesar Chavez? Cesar Chavez was an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist, who, with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the National Farm Workers Association. He was born today 86 years ago and died on April 23, 1993.

Now if you are really upset with Google over not having an easter logo you can either complain in the Google Web Search Forums or in the no Easter logo at Google again post where there are hundreds of comments or switch to a new search engine.

Yahoo doesn't have any logo but Bing and do. Note, uses Google for their ads, so you may want to stick with Bing if you do not want Google to make any money from you. Dogpile is an other option but they are an aggregator of search results.

Bing Easter 2012:

Bing Easter Theme 2012 Easter 2012: Easter 2012

Dogpile Easter 2012:

Dogpile Easter 2012

So are you upset with Google over this logo or lack there of?

Forum discussion at Google Web Search Forums.

Previous story: Daily Search Forum Recap: March 29, 2013


Van Huysum

03/31/2013 02:54 pm

Disgusting, political correct tools.

Likmy Ballsak

03/31/2013 03:01 pm

I'm an atheist and don't give a shit about Easter but, this is still bullshit. So, I fixed it and so can you -


03/31/2013 03:05 pm

I love the Cesar Chavez google logo today. This article seems to be stoking the outrage of the Christians who don't realize that millions of us have given up on their brand of spirituality, or were never Christians to begin with.


03/31/2013 03:11 pm

Dear Christians, Google is a private company that can do what it wants. There's no law saying they have to celebrate Easter. You are free to take your business elsewhere. Also get over yourselves and stop acting childish because a company isn't showing you special privilege. Thank you.


03/31/2013 03:17 pm

For Chavez, social reform was an extension of the Christian’s battle against sin. Without peace of spirit and purity of heart, there was little point in pursuing justice. Collective bargaining, just wages, shorter workdays: for Chavez none of these made sense outside the fact of his risen Lord.


03/31/2013 03:17 pm

Happy Easter.


03/31/2013 03:18 pm

Google, the search engine for liberal atheists. We get it.

Josh Berkley

03/31/2013 03:18 pm

"His Catholic faith led Cesar Chavez to improve the lives and livelihood of America’s farm workers." - US Catholic Catechism for Adults


03/31/2013 03:21 pm

You too.

Joseph Difini

03/31/2013 03:34 pm

Seriously people? We should be thanking Google for not buying into the commercialism that is Easter. The fact that they are demonized for not shying away from bunnies and eggs, which somehow makes Christians more comfortable than a champion for human liberty, is so fucked up. It's a perfect reflection of the state of religion today...consumerism.

avery jackson

03/31/2013 03:40 pm

as soon as i saw it i thought christians would be annoyed, but the air of entitlement is ridiculous


03/31/2013 03:48 pm

Hon, "Christians" are not upset. It's people who wanted an Easter theme that are upset. Google would never create a Christian theme but rather a generic Easter theme. Hon, you really shouldn't assume and accuse where there are no accusations to be made.

Running Eagle

03/31/2013 03:51 pm

you are heap ignorant!

Running Eagle

03/31/2013 03:57 pm



03/31/2013 04:01 pm

Dear Anti-Christian hatermongers, Since Google is a private company, I will boycott them and tell everyone I know to boycott them. There is no law that says they have to celebrate Easter, but it is a bad business practice to needllessly alienate one third of the world. Also anti-Christian haters, get over yourselves and stop acting so classless and childish. We know you hate Christianity but even hiding it for one day is asking too much of you intolerant hypocrites. We know you big mouths would never insult Islam, you gutless cowards. Thank you.


03/31/2013 04:04 pm

Happy Festivus.

Stewart Alastair

03/31/2013 04:04 pm

Many in the Latino community are Catholic. This is an insult to them that honor Mother Mary and her Son Yeshua. Google is a business not a church and Google has no legion to Yeshua. When dog pisses on the curb are you surprised?


03/31/2013 04:05 pm

Yes it's good business policy to alienate one third of the world to appease atheist losers like you.


03/31/2013 04:06 pm

everyone knows google is private and that there's no law saying they have to celebrate easter. nice job setting up and tearing down your own straw-man opposition viewpoints...and thanks for the keen insight into the realm of private institutions, you intellectual sage you. it's an act of contrariety for contrariety's sake, so very hipster of them. i'll note also that you quite obviously do not grasp the meaning of the word "privilege" as there's no advantage or benefit gained by the use of an easter image. (smug)Thank you.


03/31/2013 04:06 pm

Thanks for your input Charlie Brown.


03/31/2013 04:07 pm

Yes imagine expecting Google to honor the beliefs of one third of the world when they honored the made up holiday Kwanzaa. Such an air of entitlement!


03/31/2013 04:08 pm

You'll always be Judas to me

Kathryn Griffin Cullen

03/31/2013 04:10 pm

Aggressively offensive.

Jesse Bosnak

03/31/2013 04:12 pm

You'll Always Be Judas to me


03/31/2013 04:12 pm

What's the big deal? Christians are still celebrating; Cesar Chavez made greater contributions and deserves to be recognized.


03/31/2013 04:32 pm

I fully agree, SeekerLancer, although if I'm of the viewpoint of Google's marketing decision-makers, I'm an idiot. It's just going to drive people away, but gain Chavez adorers? Either way, Happy Easter everyone


03/31/2013 04:36 pm

Oh & Jesus you know did absolutely nothing, I mean the guy is only the reason for the worlds largest religion.


03/31/2013 04:38 pm

The problem is Google shows special privileges to every other religion or group except Christians.

Oliver Whitham

03/31/2013 04:38 pm

I think this is hilarious . So many Christians complaining because Google chose to highlght a man who helped thousands through his Christian beliefs and not Easter eggs and bunnies. Many are threatening to leave Google and move to other search engines who are showing logos with bunnies and Easter eggs because their Christian beliefs have been offended. After all - We all know Christianity is about...helping...others.. wait a second.. Where does the Easter Bunny come in to Christianity again?


03/31/2013 04:38 pm

bing here i come


03/31/2013 04:39 pm

everyone, google has a right to their egg-headed cesar chavez search page!

Rational American

03/31/2013 04:42 pm

Yet again, religious arrogance and ignorance is projected upon private enterprise in a secular country. Keep your religious opinions to your self. The world doesn't revolve around your imaginary savior. What's more, I could only imagine the reaction if Google posted an Eid doodle. You hypocritical bigots would bitch about that too.


03/31/2013 04:43 pm

I am done with google:( i'm sick and tired of them tearing down Christians !!!!!!!!!!

George Maharaj

03/31/2013 04:43 pm

I went out looking for a Palestinian/Jew so I could celebrate easter by nailing him to a cross but I couldn't find one.

Carla Ackley

03/31/2013 04:44 pm

Perhaps I read that wrong. Caesar Chavez made greater contributions than whom? Jesus? That's really fringe.


03/31/2013 04:46 pm

who are you kidding. your types spout as much hate as the people you bitch about. you are no better than they are.


03/31/2013 04:47 pm

Billions of people eat Big Macs too, that doesn't mean that they're good for you.


03/31/2013 04:48 pm

Poor, poor, pitiful you. You must be feeling so persecuted right now.


03/31/2013 04:49 pm

you anti-christians\atheists are just as bad the religious folk you dislike. bunch of hypocrites on both sides. you are no better!!


03/31/2013 04:49 pm

Google screwed themselves up the a**! Even if they don't celebrate Easter, it makes good business sense not to piss the majority off.

Rational American

03/31/2013 04:49 pm

The only reason I genuinely hope there is a hell is so all of you religious freaks can burn in it.


03/31/2013 04:50 pm

LOL! Happy zombie Jesus day, anti-atheist loser.


03/31/2013 04:53 pm

Google chooses a dirty wetback over a bunny ?? shows how fucked up stupid google is, meh who cares google is a worthless waste of bandwidth, always has been, always will be, dont use it anyway, let's all go pick lettuce to honor the beaner, fuck


03/31/2013 04:55 pm

Just dont celebrate Easter if you don't care or know what it means.. thank you.


03/31/2013 04:56 pm

This would be true, Seeker, if Google was "neutral." However, they aren't. They are a publicly traded company -- accountable to shareholders -- and also receive tax breaks from the state and federal governments. Google has a reputation that they are building in which they will celebrate/advertise Leftist figures and even a silly "holiday" created recently by a rapist (Kwanzaa) but refuse to acknowledge ideology or faith that they don't want to "advertise." They hide their own biases through silly "anti-bullying" campaigns that are, ironically, bullying anyone who doesn't uphold their views or beliefs. Yes, we are free to take our searches elsewhere. However, Google receives TAX INCENTIVES from the state that I live in (California) and from Federal Government. Oddly enough, Liberals constantly whine about the taxation of churches yet have no problem with Big Media companies receiving massive tax breaks while simultaneously pushing a "new dogma" that adheres to the push of homosexuality, abortion, radical environmentalism and even legislative attacks on the First Amendment's guarantee of religious freedom. If you ever speak with Google's decision makers, you'll find that they wear their radical views on their sleeves and are undoubtedly in-the-pocket of Liberal politicians. I live in Palo Alto (where most of them also live) and they wear their Liberalism on their sleeves as a badge of honor. I can't count the times that the streets of Palo Alto were closed down so that politicians (like Barack Obama) could hold fundraisers in the homes of Google execs.


03/31/2013 04:57 pm

Google is a public company.... Get you facts straight..


03/31/2013 04:59 pm

Yeah, Bladwalker, I suppose that you want everyone to "tolerate" your views and brand of morality too. Perhaps the 2.5 BILLION Christians (*of all sects, denominations and non-affiliations) should treat atheists the way that you treat them? That would be hilarious, wouldn't it?


03/31/2013 05:03 pm

Hate on Christians or "religious people" all you want, it doesn’t bother me a bit. That’s what is beautiful about this great country, your opinion is yours and you’re free to share it. However, the root of this issue is that Google acknowledges some of the most popular AND some of the most obscure religious holidays out there with art on their home page. However, they tend to ignore Christian religious events. Why? I’m not sure. There is a climate of hate toward Christians among large and/or media affiliated groups, largely as a result of crazy extremist nut jobs making us look like terrible people. Some of you call us intolerant bigots, yet, if someone disagrees with you — particularly if they are a "Christian" — they are automatically a horrible person. Hmm, isn’t that the definition of bigotry? Yeah, yep I think it is. Again, there are indeed extreme, radical, intolerant, ignorant people associated with the Christian faith, but I promise you, that is not who we are. It’s an unfortunate perception that keeps us all from living happily, and tolerantly, together in this great nation. Anyway, I digress. The point is, yes, Google is 100% free to do whatever the heck it wants, but as a function of their usual treatment of religious holidays, it is quite obviously a little slap in the face towards those of Christian faith. Sure, it’s an incredibly trivial and inconsequential matter, but still unnecessary.


03/31/2013 05:04 pm

Troll. You are not a Conservative.

Max Jackson

03/31/2013 05:04 pm

Look, you can hate on Christians or "religious people" all you want, it doesn’t bother me a bit. That’s what is beautiful about this great country, your opinion is yours and you’re free to share it. However, the root of this issue is that Google acknowledges some of the most popular AND some of the most obscure religious holidays out there with art on their home page. However, they tend to ignore Christian religious events. Why? I’m not sure. There is a climate of hate toward Christians among large and/or media affiliated groups, largely as a result of crazy extremist nut jobs making us look like terrible people. Some of you call us intolerant bigots, yet, if someone disagrees with you — particularly if they are a "Christian" — they are automatically a horrible person. Hmm, isn’t that the definition of bigotry? Yeah, yep I think it is. Again, there are indeed extreme, radical, intolerant, ignorant people associated with the Christian faith, but I promise you, that is not who we are. It’s an unfortunate perception that keeps us all from living happily, and tolerantly, together in this great nation. Anyway, I digress. The point is, yes, Google is 100% free to do whatever the heck it wants, but as a function of their usual treatment of religious holidays, it is quite obviously a little slap in the face towards those of Christian faith. Sure, it’s an incredibly trivial and inconsequential matter, but still unnecessary.


03/31/2013 05:06 pm

I'm Christian and I don't want to push my beliefs on anyone. So, I don't expect Google to pick one religion's holidays over another. It makes sense that they would not do religious holidays. Cheers to Google for celebrating a HERO for EVERYONE - Cesar Chavez.

Michael M.

03/31/2013 05:19 pm

I dunno, It seems like Google is making a statement without making a statement. They are saying that Easter is apparently not a significant holiday and they are posting a birthday of a man most people probably know very little about or have very little knowledge of his birthday if that. They chose to highlight his birthday even though they know a vast majority of the USA celebrates Easter as a holiday and counts it as an important day. It is no different than a big cancel symbol over the an Easter logo. I can't help but feel excluded or pushed aside. I am sure it feels like a slap in the face to a very large majority of the USA. All I can say is way to go Google, someone was really thinking hard on this one. lol


03/31/2013 05:27 pm

Well Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world, but I would assume facts mean nothing to you.


03/31/2013 05:29 pm

Use another search provider, I'm using Bing

Michael Kolb

03/31/2013 05:57 pm

I was insulted at first as a Roman Catholic, but upon reading his bio, he was also a Roman Catholic and his work promoted community service. Outside of a Google doodle with Jesus Christ (which would never be posted), this is probably the next best image, I think, rather than the over commercialized or generic eggs and candy.


03/31/2013 06:00 pm

How very christian of you to degrade and talk down on someone else's views. Be they cosmically accurate or not, you Christians are all the same. It's always fine and dandy when you're getting your way, but when one little thing you 'don't like' comes up, it's time to let the world know about it. How about channeling your unnecessary irrational logic into something productive, like researching the inadequacies and illogical data represented in your holy book. Good day sir, and enjoy your very important day of the year for the biggest falsity and scam ever believed by anyone with a valid working consciousness.


03/31/2013 06:02 pm

Watch out man, do not use rational logic on this website/thread, your other 'Christian' brothers will grab their torches and pitchforks and come after you.

Craig Hamilton-Parker

03/31/2013 06:21 pm

Another example of Google sapping the soul out of the Internet.

Lymon Lemon

03/31/2013 06:35 pm

GOOGLE IS EVIL after all. Goodbye Google.

Lymon Lemon

03/31/2013 06:37 pm

Go away Joseph.

Lymon Lemon

03/31/2013 06:40 pm

Actually, people like you will burn in it. I'll laugh the day Google will grab your hand and pull you down with them.

Lymon Lemon

03/31/2013 06:43 pm

Ummm, okay. I feel sorry for you....wait, no I don't. Have a wonderful miserable life you fool.


03/31/2013 06:55 pm

Nailed it. Thank you - I no longer feel the need to write a long comment on the matter.

Ladd McNamara

03/31/2013 06:56 pm

Yes, I most certainly noticed the absense of any mention of Easter or Jesus on Google today. Very disappointing! Are there simply not enough Christians in the world, so they would rather pay homage to Cesar Chavez? WTH? Disgusting omission!

Betty Taylor

03/31/2013 07:14 pm

Google is horrible.who doesn't put up easter themes??a satanic devil serving organization I suppose..done with google!!!

Yahuda Yitzhak

03/31/2013 07:16 pm

every holiday is made up.


03/31/2013 07:17 pm

WTHeck is wrong with Google ad why do I want to see a pic of Cesar Chavez. I DON'T. Normally you have something fun and frivolous, why is this such an exception. I look forward to seeing what you have that is all warm and fuzzy. Just disappointed I guess. :(

Muthafucka Jones

03/31/2013 07:35 pm

Who cares? Religion is bullshit anyway.

Steven Evers

03/31/2013 07:47 pm

Why? By Presidential decree Easter has been replaced: Presidential Proclamation -- Cesar Chavez Day CESAR CHAVEZ DAY, 2013 - - - - - - - BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION Every year, Americans all across our country pause on March 31 to remember a man who made justice his life's calling....


03/31/2013 07:49 pm

Next year will be a clickable Google Adwords logo to join. lol What do the "do no evil" Google sheep have to say about a religious slight on this holy day?


03/31/2013 07:51 pm

As a Christian training to be a pastor I have to admit that I think it's a bit frustrating to see google put Chavez's face up, instead of an Easter theme. However, it's not like bing went out of their way to identify Jesus as the reason for Easter. All they did was post a picture of a conglomeration of eggs. People are flocking to bing, but they are just as ignorant as google, from a Christian's perspective. Christians need to stop complaining about stupid stuff- such as google doodles. This is why people don't take us seriously. Who cares about what google does. We, as Christians, are here to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. We've missed the point of Easter by complaining about such foolish things as google doodles.


03/31/2013 07:54 pm

"World's Largest Religion!" Yeah, that's what Jesus was mostly trying to do.

Heidi Whitney

03/31/2013 07:56 pm

festivus is a winter holiday. doh.


03/31/2013 08:15 pm

Shouldn't you Christians who are so uptight about this be in a church or eating chocolate chickens than be online, on Google, or otherwise?


03/31/2013 08:20 pm

...and to think there are so many real problems in the world.

Heidi Whitney

03/31/2013 08:22 pm

google has only ever done an Easter logo one time. They also have never had a Christmas logo...happy holidays, yes. Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Festivus? NO. This year is no different. it just happens that a famous person's "day" falls on Mar 31 and that is what they doodled about. Just sayin'.


03/31/2013 08:42 pm

There is nothing Christian about a bunny that lays eggs. There is something "Christian" in a man who led his life after that of Jesus Christ and who prayed to God with every meal and thanked the Lord for the strength to help bring a voice to His children. The bunny never prayed. They bunny never even laid a real egg - the bunny is a liar and an anathema to the nature of God's things. YOU who protect the bunny must really be protecting the greatest anathema of all for it is The DEVIL that you worship and pretend to be Christians. For SHAME!!! on you for trying to dupe the humble, poor witted Christians. FOR SHAME!!!! For placing the liar bunny and the king of liars the devil before God.... Brine, brimstone, you know the rest. Okay, go get a life and start living life. I think God would prefer you spending your time with family than sweating silly things. Go on now, go.

daniel cherry

03/31/2013 08:47 pm I noticed google has no Easter.I don't like it.

Hissing Kitty

03/31/2013 08:59 pm

I don't believe what Google has done, it's HAPPY EASTER, not happy Cesar Chavez day. Let's be honest this is offensive to more than 2 billion Christians around the world and many of them are voicing their opinions on the internet. Support these complaints and let Google know Christians still have a voice in America! Complaints on the internet about Google:


03/31/2013 09:31 pm

Or... They don't care about an imaginary zombie deity and would rather celebrate someone who has actually done something to benefit society. It's not "contrarian" to decide not to celebrate something you don't believe in to begin with.


03/31/2013 09:35 pm

So you want the government to dictate which holidays a company must celebrate? No thanks. That would violate the 1st admendment. Freedom of religion also means freedom FROM religion. Not everyone believes in magical sky wizard, and others believe in different sky wizards. I'd prefer you keep your religion to yourself. I don't want our government becoming a theocracy, thank you very much.

Laura Aleman

03/31/2013 10:03 pm

All in all, Google AT LEAST could have been respectful and used its powers to wish everyone a happy easter rather than happy birthday caesar chavez.. Christmas, Halloween, and Valentines Day are mostly celebrated, Christian or not. Nonbelievers do it for fun. Same with Easter, some people don't know who God is and celebrate these anyways. It would've been nice, Google's Doodles always make me smile. Maybe next year, Google.

Ana Carolina Tavares Sovat

03/31/2013 10:15 pm

No, hon, it's the weird Christians that are upset. It's not all Christians that are complaining, but all of the complainers are extremist Christians.

Ana Carolina Tavares Sovat

03/31/2013 10:19 pm

Anyone read the part where this person says Kwanzaa is a "silly 'holiday' created recently by a rapist"? Honestly, which part of that sentence is the most disturbing? The quotes around "holiday"? "Recently"? Rape thrown in out of nowhere? How can this comment get SIX LIKES, for goodness' sake.


03/31/2013 10:27 pm

Good old religion... Always the source of physical wars and furious debates. Such a waste of time and effort by humankind to preserve a bunch of myths and fantasies (whatever the faith may be). Oh and Google is not a private company... They trade on a public exchange. But of course, keeping away from religion is always a good idea for companies and governments alike.

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03/31/2013 11:21 pm



03/31/2013 11:28 pm

seeker lancer get over your own self and get with over 95% of the population and understand that GOD created you and if you do not believe that, well I guess your ass will be on the frying pan in Hell! Good luck with that Mr. I want to be POLITICALLY CORRECT EVEN IF IT MEANS I LOSE MYSELF AND MY CREATOR! GO AGAINST THE GRAIN IF YOU WANT TO REALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT LIFE IS ALL ABOUT!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Brandon Dowdy

03/31/2013 11:46 pm

If you think 1/3 of the world is a) truly Christian and not Christian in name only, and b) alienated by something so insignificant as this, then you are extremely delusional.


03/31/2013 11:46 pm

Religious fanatics are unhappy. Screw them.

Brandon Dowdy

03/31/2013 11:52 pm

I wonder how many would REALLY identify as Christians if it wasn't so socially unacceptable to classify yourself as an atheist or agnostic. At least half of so called Christians would be gone in a day.

Brandon Dowdy

03/31/2013 11:57 pm

Wrong. Plain Wrong. No matter how many times Fox News tells you so, it will be wrong. You clearly don't know the definition of 'fact'. Not bending over to your every whim does not equate to persecution.

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:01 am

Our hate isn't based on illogical fairy tales from thousands of years ago though.

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:02 am

It's better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven. ...and based on your comment; you will be joining us in Hell.

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:03 am

Yes. He did. We don't have any proof that Jesus did anything.

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:04 am

I'd say that reason alone is enough to condemn Jesus. He's responsible for millions of deaths and war for the last several thousand years then.

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:09 am

You know, many times, these Google Doodles are meant to educate. I've learned quite a lot from the various Doodles and linked articles since they began doing them. Everyone knows what Easter is about. Not many know what Kwanzaa is about, or Cesar Chavez, etc. Also, Chavez was an extremely Christian person in every way. He oozed out Christian values. I don't see why Christians would be upset in honoring him over Eggs and Bunnies, which are just stolen relics from the Pagans fertility festivals and have NOTHING to do with Christianity. Are you THAT insecure in your religion? It just so happens that Easter and Chavez's birthday fell on the same day this year. They won't next year, and I'm sure there will be an Easter Doodle, with eggs and bunnies and not a shred of Jesus or his teachings. Are you really THAT insecure in your religion?

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:12 am

It doesn't mean a thing. It is all made up. It's a piece of paper that can be voided at any time. Also, we didnt have God on our money until about 50 years ago.

Brandon Dowdy

04/01/2013 12:14 am

I think you overestimate the significance of a Google Doodle.


04/01/2013 12:47 am

I stopped taking them seriously after the 2nd or 3rd post asking why Google would honor a dictator.

Nick Ker

04/01/2013 12:53 am

I stopped taking them seriously after the 2nd or 3rd post asking why Google would honor a dictator. I guess whoever sent them to the forums didn't explain that part.


04/01/2013 01:04 am

How is it a slap in the face? Is the Google logo a picture of Chavez taking a dump on an Easter bunny-holding Jesus? No. It's a picture honoring a (Christian) guy who put his life on the line and died calling attention to the plight of the poor and disenfranchised. ...Hmm, now why does that story sound so familiar again?


04/01/2013 01:12 am

It's also bad business practice to alienate two thirds of the world. (Btw, "anti-Christian haters" is kind of like a double negative. Anti-Christian presumably = atheist in your mind right? So..."atheist haters" are classless and childish? I would have to agree with you on that one.)


04/01/2013 01:33 am

And your vulgarity alone discredits all that you have to say. Grow up some then think about posting something worth reading.


04/01/2013 01:34 am

I take that as a compliment.


04/01/2013 01:35 am

Mincing words. I'm aware it's publicly traded. That doesn't change the fact that they don't need to put up Easter decorations.


04/01/2013 01:35 am

What exactly is your point? Easter isn't a national holiday even. Google not putting up Easter decorations is not an attack on your religious freedom. You need to be a little less insecure about your beliefs if this bothers you. Yes Google is accountable to the shareholders but I honestly don't think they care as much about this as you do.


04/01/2013 01:43 am

Everyone except the people for which this article exists. Unless the author is just creating strawmen as well. But you're right I shouldn't say "Christians," it's too broad a brush. It doesn't change the fact that people offended by Google not putting a bunny on their page are completely silly. The "privilege" part comes from the fact that there are people who literally demand that their holiday must be recognized by a company that isn't really a religious entity.


04/01/2013 01:43 am

sleeps with "satin?" lucky bastard.

Barbra Dupont

04/01/2013 02:37 am

So did Jesus, and who say's we want to see Easter bunnies or eggs? Just like the other guy said, Google is lacking any Christian faith what's so ever!! I'm just waiting for President Obama's face instead of Christ our Lord!!

Alton Moore

04/01/2013 03:06 am

Chavez was a womanizer who was quite happy to gain money and power by "standing up for the poor". I'm from the same area he was and know the issue well. I'm just surprised that Google couldn't figure out something a little better than this communist's face to put on their home page.

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04/01/2013 03:23 am

It's funny that Christians are mad about this. When I saw it, it never even "crossed" my mind that someone would be offended. You kids need to grow up.


04/01/2013 03:47 am

I think it would have been nice having a logo for Easter, like a bunny or happy Easter or something.... it is a holiday, just because its Christian doesn't mean we should not enjoy it. I mean I'm sure Caesar Chavez was a great man. But It's a happy Holiday, why not enjoy the logo?

Just a kid

04/01/2013 04:03 am

César Estrada Chávez was a Latino Roman Catholic. He would not want to be praised on Easter. This is about google's ignorance


04/01/2013 04:13 am

"Can't we just all get along?" For many people, holidays like Easter are more "national" or "international" holidays than "religious" holidays. EVERYONE knows Easter's a holiday, and MANY non-Christians take part in the non-religious activities associated with the holiday (and they're happy to take the associated vacation day(s)/benefits). There are Doodles for many holidays, birthdays, inventions, authors, performers, and who-knows-what-else that mean absolutely nothing to A LOT of people, so users are used to seeing Doodles that very often don't have "meaning" to them, but what do we see on Easter? No indication that it's even a holiday (religious or non-religious) - no eggs, no baskets, no flowers, and no bunnies - N-O-T-H-I-N-G. Rather than pretend these holidays don't exist, why not highlight Chanukah, Passover, Diwali, Kwanzaa, Easter, Christmas, and other similar holidays on "their" days? In trying soooo hard to not offend the hyper-sensitve minority who take offense to EVERYTHING, Google has effectively offended and insulted many more people.

Soni Sharma

04/01/2013 04:31 am

Google must respect Easter..


04/01/2013 04:57 am

Yes Jesus came down with a machine gun and blew everyone up, get real. People are responsible for murders.


04/01/2013 05:00 am

Umm...Fox News? I live in Canada buddy, tell me that the Christian middle eastern population has not been decimated, tell me that Nigerian, Egyptian Copts, Syrian, Iraqi Christians are not being slaughtered. Try being a Christian in Pakistan or Indonesia. I thought so.


04/01/2013 05:02 am

The only fanatics I see are the irreligious.

Sanket Patel

04/01/2013 05:06 am

Google is celebrating a dictator birthday, It really wonder to celebrates chavez's birthday because will they right think its UFW leader.

Jim Duffau

04/01/2013 05:06 am

Dump Google stock and Google Products. 2.2 billion Christians are offended by your promoting a Marxist socialist on Easter Sunday. Stock is down already and is falling.

Rob H

04/01/2013 11:52 am

i was offended,i will be leaving google and getting rid of gmail.

John Yowza

04/01/2013 11:59 am

google should not do anything special for muslim or jewish holidays either then

Laura Vitorino

04/01/2013 01:52 pm

again Jesus is left out for a "historical figure such as Chavez" bull baloney, Jesus is the most revered historical figure in the world for 2000 years...look in the history books there is more written about Jesus than any other person in man's history!!!!


04/01/2013 02:07 pm

Why not Jesus? Regardless of your religious beliefs about him (or lack thereof), he was a historical figure that brought a message of love and peace to the sick and the poor and inspired BILLIONS of people to do the same. What other historical figure in history has done that? Not Cesar Chavez. It's like honoring a Republican Congressman on Lincoln's birthday instead of Lincoln himself, and saying "Well, at least they are honoring another Republican."


04/01/2013 02:38 pm

But is OK for Google to honor the commercialism behind Halloween, St. Patrick's Day, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc. every year? The point is, they choose to pretend that Easter doesn't exist and isn't celebrated by BILLIONS of people. Yet, they honor the religious holiday of "Day of the Dead." Honoring death over life. "Do no evil"? Really?


04/01/2013 02:40 pm

The point is, they choose to pretend that Easter doesn't exist and isn't celebrated by BILLIONS of people. Yet, they honor the religious holiday of "Day of the Dead." Honoring death over life. Giving them an excuse to put up skulls and skeletons (which I'm sure they enjoy). "Do no evil"? Really? Putting up Chavez (a good guy, yes) is like putting up another (but perhaps still important) African-American on MLK Day (which Google does honor, BTW). Imagine the uproar if they did that?


04/01/2013 02:45 pm

Putting up Chavez (a good Christian man, yes) is like putting up another (but perhaps still important) African-American on MLK Day (who Google does honor every year, BTW). Imagine the uproar if Google did that?


04/01/2013 02:48 pm

They honor "The Day of the Dead" every year, which is clearly a religious holiday if you read about it and its history. Guess they prefer holidays focused on death over those celebrating life.


04/01/2013 02:57 pm

Wow, even if you really are "just a kid," seems you have said it better than anyone so far. What would Cesar Chavez say? Would he want to be honored over Jesus on Easter? Guessing, probably not. Great point, thank you.


04/01/2013 03:43 pm

Where on earth do you get "replaced"? There can be more than one holiday on a given day.


04/01/2013 03:44 pm

Google doodles often commemorate historical figures. So how is this an "exception"?


04/01/2013 04:02 pm

so Google as a collective decided not to celebrate Easter because they all feel the same way?


04/01/2013 05:35 pm

Google honored Sesame Street for a ridiculous 12 days in 2009, so you'd think the only Son of God might catch a break and get a day? That was the same year they also honored another peace-loving spiritual leader, Gandhi: Jesus preached love, peace and non-violence almost 2,000 years earlier. But he's not worthy of a day?!

John Atkins

04/01/2013 06:20 pm

Not important what google decides to put up its just a search engine if you dont like the story dont read it click on to another site that sparks your interest .there was more jesus around yesterday than shit in a cow field jesus was everywhere yesterday ,i could nt get away from him ,on tv ,in the papers ,on the net , etc etc im not a christian so i dont really care and because ( if its true ) that 0ne third of the world celebrates easter dont mean I have to have it rubbed in my face with every media outlet i choose to tune into . google is a private company they publish what they want as long as its legal get over it


04/01/2013 07:40 pm

Wait, you are comparing their use of Day of the Dead imagery to them being evil? What next? Hidden Illumanti symbols in their Doodles?


04/01/2013 07:42 pm

I didn't know search engines were REQUIRED to honor anyone's religion (Christian, etc.). Besides, shouldn't half the people complaining be spending their time and energy honoring and reflecting on the Lord rather than worried that Google is not doing the same?


04/01/2013 07:54 pm

hasn't google honored the dalai lama on his birthday? i guess religion is ok with google as long as it's buddhism, or judaism, islam, or paganism, or anything other than christianity. (i hear they backpedaled and offered a jewish themed doodle for hannukah one year, but only if you searched for a hannukah-related term). they honored ancient egyptian pagan gods such as amun ra, ra horakhty, and ptah (abu simbel temples, 10-22-12). or how about the ancient chinese moon festival (9-30-12)? if you celebrate the birthday of the ancient persian/muslim scholar al-biruni, google's with you on that (9-04-12). are they trying to be counter-culture or are they just way too cool to even mention christianity? this is clearly an example of reverse discrimination! check it out for yourself at the google doodle museum:


04/01/2013 08:30 pm

It just wasn't fun and frivolous like I'm used to.


04/01/2013 08:32 pm

It just wasn't fun and fluffy like I like. It's definitely not up to me but I'm used to fun and frivolous and cutesy wootsie. That's all and I've probably missed a lot as I don't watch it all the time.

A responsible citizen

04/02/2013 12:26 am

Just another way for liberals trying to make us "feel bad" for our good fortunes again......and that's if you call good fortune by paying too many taxes so others can still receive generational welfare and free phones.


04/02/2013 06:40 am

you are no Christian but you are an idiot


04/02/2013 06:47 pm

Google is not a private company. They're publicly traded.

Roedy Green

04/02/2013 07:03 pm

I am am sick to death of Christian bigotry and junk science going unchallenged. I am glad Google ignored them.


04/02/2013 07:31 pm

When I saw this at work, it caused me to jump out of my chair and spontaneously exclaim praise to Jesus aloud and curse google no so many choice mortal I guess in a very foul way I witnessed to my co-workers by autopilot. Avoiding mention of the most documented actual greatest miracle in human history seems unimaginable even for dweebs that have never been exposed to reality. That was the last straw, I now have proof of exactly what type of individuals run companies like this, and I intend to wash my hands of them and open my bad mouth to google for eternity. I have no disrepect for Caesar Chavez (boxer? dictator? i dunno him). Easter eggs and bunnies are examples of the sissification of all things corporate America,. Was it the boxer? I was so offended, I skipped past it and went on to do my research for work. But at least they represent indirect acknowledgement.


04/02/2013 07:33 pm

And I was almost done designing the utility to move all your FB data to G+.with a few clicks. ;)


04/03/2013 01:33 am

He wasn't a historical figure, he's a fictional character.


04/03/2013 01:37 am

People who can't even abide by the simplest rules of civility like not writing in all caps deserve to be ignored.


04/03/2013 01:43 am

So, Jesus is responsible for everything good Christianity ever did, and none of the bad it's done?


04/03/2013 01:44 am

Apparently, not pissing them off consists of catering to their every whim.


04/03/2013 01:46 am

If you disagree with us on, say, whether homosexuals are human beings worthy of dignity and freedom, then yes, you are a horrible person. Hatred of bigots is not bigotry.


04/03/2013 01:39 pm

what you just said was "cheers to satan for finding a way to let man think he is smart enough to hide Jesus behind things more comfortable" There is a hero for everyone alright, and he is due his mention on Easter Sunday. Period.


04/03/2013 01:41 pm

Because Jesus is real, actual, and the most dangerous entity to thwart evil that has or ever will exist? Jesus is power. He is controversy. He is Love. None of these things appeal to sissies.


04/03/2013 01:44 pm

and clearly you,sir, are a master debater armed with facts and fgures to support your points. Go talk shit about some fake god.


04/03/2013 01:49 pm

Christians aren't anti-atheist, we are dedicated to saving people from eternal hell, that's all. I was an atheist until I was 27. No one hates you for being a blinded, foolish, ignorant slave of men, no more than the un-blossomed rose is hated for being closed up, ugly, and still a prick. Everyone with half a brain knows that it's still a flower in there.

Daniel Carlyon

04/03/2013 01:59 pm

So, if Google is attacking religion and religious people because they didn't have prtty easter eggs on their site, does that mean the company i work for is also attacking religion because we didn't have Easter decorations on our website either?!

Rick Noel, eBiz ROI, Inc.

04/03/2013 10:32 pm

I am an avid Google user, from YouTube to G+, Webmaster to Analytics. With an index and algos second to none, I did not/will not/can not stop using them but in protest, I posted the following on my G+ profile this past Sun "#happyeaster - #wtf is with the #cesarchavez doodle on Easter Sunday? For real?? Talk about avoiding the 900 lb bunny in the room?!" Not to disparage Cesar Chavez or his admirers in anyway, but if relevancy is your deal Google, then was that doodle a day early perhaps (excellent April Fool!)


04/05/2013 05:07 am

You're kidding, right? Please tell me that you're not that clueless. You Christians have outlawed atheists from the universities, or any teaching careers, besmirched their reputations, banned or burned their books or their writings of any kind, drove them into exile, humiliated them, seized their properties, arrested them for blasphemy. You dehumanized them with beatings and exquisite torture, gouged out their eyes, slit their tongues, stretched, crushed, or broke their limbs, tore off their breasts if they were a woman, crushed their scrotums if they were men, imprisoned them, stabbed them, disemboweled them, hung them, burnt them alive. And you have the nerve enough to complain to me that I'm not tolerant of your abysmal lack of tolerance and morality?


04/05/2013 05:12 am

You're kidding.... right? Please tell me that you're not that bloody clueless. Christians have outlawed atheists from the universities, or any teaching careers, besmirched their reputations, banned or burned their books or their writings of any kind, drove them into exile, humiliated them, seized their properties, arrested them for blasphemy. You've dehumanized them with beatings and exquisite torture, gouged out their eyes, slit their tongues, stretched, crushed, or broke their limbs, tore off their breasts if they were a woman, crushed their scrotums if they were men, imprisoned them, stabbed them, disemboweled them, hung them, burnt them alive. And you have the unmitigated gall to claim that I'm not tolerant of YOUR stunted views and YOUR peculiar morality?


04/05/2013 05:17 am

Right. And I've got some swamp property I'd like to sell you. Apparently, everyone with half a brain ends up believing in the same imaginary god that you do.


04/05/2013 05:22 am

Facts mean everything to me that's why I can easily and openly dismiss your ridiculous claim that Christians are being persecuted in any way, shape or form. You cannot be the largest religion in the world and be a persecuted minority. It just doesn't work that way, Skippy. No matter how many drugs are floating through your system.


04/05/2013 06:18 am

Right, I see. More facts and figures. know there's demons when the person can't get past name slinging...good luck with those, just call His name.


04/05/2013 01:56 pm

No, you really don't see, but that's to be expected. I'll worry about that when you finally use some actual facts and stop insulting non-believers, hypocrite.


04/05/2013 02:05 pm need more? my half brain works through open eyes. open yours's okay.


04/05/2013 02:38 pm

Sure it does (sarcasm) and I that bet your mommy told you that you were special, didn't she? Go back to sleep, hypocrite. P.S. Don't forget to wear your helmet.


04/05/2013 02:42 pm

You really should check your evidence before making yourself look silly.


04/06/2013 04:00 pm

Yeah, I actually do see very clearly and I apparently see much clearer than you. You're the one who started with the insults and prevarications, illiterate Christian hypocrite.


04/12/2013 05:54 pm

Jason Rogers

04/14/2013 08:27 am

Does this show globally? Perhaps not everyone in the world cares about bunnies and eggs. Besides, the Google Doodles seem to regularly honor birthdays, @chatsnoir, and I can't think of any important Christian birthdays that fall on the Sunday following the paschal full moon, which is the full moon that falls on or after the vernal (spring) equinox, depending on which time zone you are in and which calendar you go by. Poor Cesar would be rolling in his grave - no pun intended.


04/15/2013 04:38 am

you cannot prove that there isn't a god any more than a christian can prove that there is.


04/18/2013 05:27 pm

That is a fact, but I wasn't the one making an unprovable claim that gods exist to begin with and I wasn't the one insulting atheists, either. Therefore, your point is moot.


04/28/2013 02:21 am

OK. The historical Person known as Jesus by christians has been so much more influential for good in the world than a social reformer that comes later, regardless of how much good the latter has done. So much good has been done in the name of this Servant Rabbi (Isaiah 53, Psalm 22); One who has been so misunderstood not only by those who despise Him, but by those who claim to belong to Him; often He is seen as reforming lives, not transforming lives. Not all those who claim to be followers of the Christ/Messiah are truly His followers. He said that much. Much has been done ostensibly in His name, by those who have no knowledge of Who He is, and have no relationship with Him. He said many religious ones will one day stand before Him and claim to belong to Him, and He will say to them, "I never had relationship with you; go away into torment." That is the destiny of the "religious" who are not truly in relationship with the One Who shows compassion to people who know how flawed the are and will admit it to Him, to themselves and to others. I offer a quote by Pastor and theologian Alistair Begg: "The Church is a community of the crippled and the broken, and the harmed and the helpless." Now is the time to put aside arrogance and bigotry; 2,000 years ago, Messiah Yeshua, the humble Rabbi condescended to be incarnated, came to restore the connection to His Father, living as one of us, and offering His Life at Passover, and rose on the Jewish Holy Day of Yom HaBikkurim, Firstfruits ( ) (NOT EASTER, the pagan fertility rite). The ones Jesus had the most opposition from were not Atheists, but religious misogynistic ethno-bigots who thought they were qualitatively better than others, and forgot the ancient V'ahavta... ( "love God and love others" (without picking and choosing). Atheist or Disciple? I offer; C.S. Lewis - Mere Christianity; Josh McDowell - Evidence that Demands a Verdict; Lee Strobel - The Case for Christ; all these were formerly Atheists and men who determined that they would disprove the Sacred Scriptures. What an insurmountable task!


04/28/2013 02:29 am

Remember the "bait and switch" of the religious crowd that led to Yeshua driving the hypocritical scam artists out of the Temple (which by the way was in the court of the Gentiles, which meant that the Gentiles were shoved out of worship by the ethno-bigots, who forgot that Father Avraham was promised and commissioned to be a "Light to the Gentiles" of the God of Israel). Embrace the ones who show courage to live lives of compassion!


04/28/2013 02:32 am

"Crossed." Love the satire; clever. Something christians could well do to learn from Jews, like Mashiach Yeshua (just read some of His statements).


04/28/2013 02:34 am

Oh, please. Don't diss Charlie Brown. He was a straight up kind of guy who was always dogged by the "smarter" "better" people.


04/28/2013 02:56 am

I just wish that they hadn't done the automatic (unrequested ) update to my phone. Point of reference: If the world hated Jesus, it will hate His followers (His Words). OK? Is the disciple shocked? The greater tragedy is when His (alleged) disciples hate each other. A little self-examination is in order; I know I'm a guilty sinner, and need to humble myself and re-align my attitude. (Thanks for the grace, Merciful One). I usually get the most condemnation from my "ex-gay" anal-retentive brother who oozes gooey religiosity and legalism. I often find myself able to relate more to drunks, hookers and other social outcasts. Wait! I guess I'm in Good Company with the Humble Carpenter


04/28/2013 03:04 am

"... they tend to ignore Christian religious events. Why? I'm not sure." Are you serious? This shocks you? Have you ever read what Jesus said? Have you ever read "Fox's Book of Martyrs?" Man up. Woman up, too.


04/28/2013 03:05 am

Muy bien dicho! esto es excelente!


04/28/2013 03:12 am

Following this "logic", since when is easter the "official" day for celebrating the resurrection of the christian Messiah?


04/28/2013 03:21 am

Yeah! Why is it that christians always expect others who don't claim to be disciples of Christ to act like Christians, when the christians don't even act like Christ? "I like their Christ; I don't like their christian." - Mohandas Ghandi True commitment begins in our own lives. When a disaster strikes, the seriously wounded can't properly attend to the mildly injured. Get the restoration you need before you try to help others. Or as the song says..."He can't even run his own life; I'll be damned if he'll run mine." The perfect song for an ooey-gooey religiously so-called christian "friend" of mind.


04/28/2013 03:23 am

Sardonic wit. Hooray! Too many "christians" are so sterile and boring. "touch not, taste not!" (That was written by the Apostle Paul castigating the legalistic bigots of his day.)


04/28/2013 03:28 am

When you say "atheist losers", do you realize that YOU are the reason that the church loses the ones that you despise, that Jesus would have had dinner plans with, to share a few glasses of (oh, my!) WINE? OH, gooness, gwacious! Go back to the Script. Read how it all plays out. You might be shocked!


05/13/2013 10:39 am

...Anyone who gets offended by google not using an easter logo is completely full of themselves... Then again, about 95% of all religious people I know are indeed completely full of themselves. If you want to celebrate Jesus on the day, go for it, its your choice (Its not like you don't do it every Sunday and in some cases Wednesday anyway!). Granted I do agree that if they are not going to show material from one religion, Christianity in this case, then they shouldn't show any from any other religion either. However that still shouldn't merit any outrage. Just like not seeing a picture of Jesus may offend you, seeing one may offend another. What I think it boils down to is this. People are bored, easily offended, and drama-loving and simply have nothing better to do than bitch. In short, get over it.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 06:49 am

Good lord. This disgust me. Christian really need to grow up. How is this behavior Christ like in the least. Your offended by Google art. Grow up & get a life. Dear lord. This is sad. I am an open minded christian myself. Jesus warned against behavior like this. This is extremely ignorant of all of you. Please wise up before you do further damage to the reputation of Jesus Christ.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 06:54 am

You got it.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 06:57 am

He is worthy of everyday. It saddens me that you cannot see that this is very insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Grow up. It's Google art for Goodness sake. Are you a shareholder or perhaps a board member for Google. Then great just shut up because your ignorance is proof of your blindness.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:00 am

2.2 billion people who claim to be Christians are ignorant fools. I am a christian & this is stupid.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:02 am


Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:10 am

Shut up now. You have no clue what you are talking about you self righteous pious ass. I am a christian myself & this angers me. How are your words suppose to be a light for Jesus Christ & plant a seed of love & kindness for anyone. Are you sure you are saved. Cause I can't help but to question it. I swear sometimes I truly believe there will be far more deacons & pastors going to hell than there ever will be proclaimed atheists. They identify themselves with free thinking & reason because you have made a mockery of my faith.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:11 am

You fail to see how ignorant you are. Gid himself embraces free thought. Evolution is real but yet I'm sure that will ruffle some feathers. Sad really. Is this what we have become. I refuse to be associated with people like this.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:14 am

As a Christian who runs his own business I do agree with the very last sentence of your comment.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:17 am

Too bad it is not indicative of biblical teaching. Sounds more like the voice of uneducated blind & ignorant rednecks to me.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:19 am

This is classic!

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:34 am

Yes we should. The sad thing is it would not shock me if people were arguing here on this comments board during a sincere pastors message on humility. Sad man. I will say this. Jesus is worth every moment of my life 10 * over. I do hope you can look over there ignorance & see Jesus for who he truly is. They are blind & ignorant. God loves you man. You hit the nail on the head. I am sorry for all this junk. Please know the real nature of God is quite opposite to this bus.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:36 am

Or mam, please no offense.

Mark Yates

05/31/2013 07:36 am

You are right on it man. I would love to hear from you. My email is You may email me anytime. God bless you. It's a shame there are not more true Christians like yourself.

Ryan Eyestone

06/05/2013 03:50 pm

Accepting Easter Eggs and complaining about a more historically signification image... That is what I'm getting from this. It was Chavez birthday on march 31, they have 1 banner up a day, and most of the world is not Christian and most of the world is not American and most of the world understands Christian Americans complain a lot. So despite whatever reasoning you may tell yourself, please be more considerate before you demand consideration from others.

Ryan Eyestone

06/05/2013 03:52 pm

Yes. Your company directly hates jesus =P


06/16/2013 10:28 pm

I'd love, LOVE, to see any Pagan holidays celebrated on a Google Logo.


06/20/2013 01:32 pm

Revered? Yes. Historical? Not really. Feel free to show any proof (besides the bible you're thumping) which proves that the Jesus of the bible ever actually existed as a physical person. If you're honest, you'll admit that you don't have any.


06/20/2013 01:33 pm



06/20/2013 01:35 pm

You're not well-tethered to reality, are you? By the way, your caps lock key is stuck.


06/20/2013 01:37 pm

Billions of people have eaten Big Macs, too, but that doesn't mean that they're actually healthy for you.


06/20/2013 01:51 pm

Feel free to prove that Jesus did anything at all, but before you can do that, you'll need to prove that he actually existed.

John C

06/21/2013 10:17 pm

The flying spaghetti monster says you must.


07/21/2013 02:56 am

I have to side with Google. Their search engine is the one I found the most useful. What was so important that on Easter Sunday, people had to take the time out of this day for family togetherness, church services, special dinners, and remembering what Jesus teaches, that they had to take more time to complain for lack of a doodle. Did the Google doodlers have something for Good Friday? Does Google make a doodle for Christmas? How about using the star of David, how about a crescent moon, etc.? Heck, I did a Google search about this topic and Google wasn't afraid to post it's own criticisms. Does anyone know if they put "Happy Easter" in the text at the bottom of the page (probably not)? My life doesn't revolve around Google's doodles and I don't need Google to remind me about my faith. Oh, if they did put a bunny on the page, what that have meet "their obligation"? Would every person in the world even know a bunny stands for Easter? I think Google can just continue to help people like me that need an intuitive search engine (along with other products) and if they want to post a doodle, no matter what the topic is, they can do so without fear I will dump them.


09/28/2013 09:42 pm

WTF is some guy whose last name is SCHWARTZ giving out information about what insults Christians? That is as stupid as a Christian Televangelist going on and on trying to explain the old testament (the book of the Jews) to Christians. Thanks but you can keep your phony indignation, Barry. ALSO, Google created the graphic because of what day it was, to celebrate that and if that pisses off someone who has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT BUT WHINE about stuff that doesn't concern them, then let them be pissed off. Who cares?

Jason Rogers

09/28/2013 10:05 pm

Right? Isn't Easter the bastard holiday (no pun intended) of a Pagan celebration of fertility and renewal anyway? And why would anyone feel so entitled to expect that the rest of the world should bend toward their own world views? Perhaps they should "Google" the actual definition of the word google.


11/05/2013 11:21 pm

Wait, what?? Seriously? If your response to this is "who cares", then who cares if a Schwartz is talking about this?! He can write an informational article. He never says how he feels about it. And by the way, although Christian televangelists are ridiculous, the Old Testament is a very important part of the Christian religion as well. So before you get all worked up and go crazy with your caps lock, educate yourself, or go take a Klonopin or something.


11/05/2013 11:29 pm

Okay, I know this comment is way too old to be replying, but seriously? Is everyone on this page retarded? In fact, the majority of the world population are, actually, indeed, seriously, Christian.


11/05/2013 11:31 pm



12/09/2013 12:44 pm

Does anyone really pay any attention to or care about the stupid logos that pop up on on one's google screen every day? If so perhaps they need to get a hobby and quit looking for things they can purposely talk themselves into being offended by.


12/29/2013 01:54 pm

Nobody insults anybody but not thinking in lockstep with rude, loudmouthed complainers.


01/07/2014 07:24 am

FUCKkkkkYOU Google havent heard of a more ugly name 'google'


01/07/2014 07:27 am

FUCKkkkkkkk FACEBook & Google


01/07/2014 07:30 am

stupid name facebook


03/28/2014 09:26 pm

Fuck that wetback

johnny appleseed

03/31/2014 07:27 pm

what does bunnys have to do with jesus anyway? this whole situation is just retarded people complaining about stuff that doesnt even matter

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