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The search engine giant uses -- celebrate labor leader -- -- as with one other famous doodles on Easter Sunday did you catch that.
David Drucker senior editor of roll call did you catcher David.
I didn't catch it I was busy playing with my solo -- what you're the one who wasn't on Google for one day.
Well everybody needs to take a break from Google I highly recommended at least one.
Bill you know about three or four times a day I compose a tweet that I look at and say -- maybe I shouldn't do that.
And I think this is a case where somebody and at the northern California campus of Google most likely -- came up with a -- that they should of looked at night you know maybe tomorrow.
And and what a lot of people sometimes think is.
How can a big company how -- a big government make such an obvious mistake but big companies make big mistakes sometimes and I don't think.
There was anything more to this most likely.
Then somebody living in their -- world in northern California not realizing that a lot of people around the country thought yesterday was a pretty important day for reasons other than Cesar Chavez.
Okay right on himself is not an insignificant historical figure -- in the United States but still.
I'd say Easter probably trumps that if you're going to pick one.
Here's what Google says -- rules are the funds surprising sometimes spontaneous changes.
That are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays anniversaries and the lives.
A famous artist pioneers and scientists and job as would certainly fit that category but Eric Schmidt runs Google.
Was an informal advisor for President Obama in 2011 the president said make this -- 331 make it Cesar Chavez day.
Well this year calendar also fell on Easter Sunday and that's why you -- people lighten up the Internet saying that there on the way to -- Has as their search engine of choice now the -- -- to say there's a definite connection here.
You -- it.
Now I don't and I I think at the end of the day Google wants to make money in and you just mentioned you know some people say now there on the way to bend.
A company like Google doesn't need attention they know they don't need to get their name out there at the end of the day they want to keep their customers happy and so I don't think they would have done anything like this.
Simply to make a political or other kind of statement a cultural statement.
They don't need to do it there there -- money making operation and so I just think it was you know people not you know thinking about the ramifications of what they were doing.
It happens in a company that employs thousands and thousands of people a school that's what we're gonna put you down as that those who believe was a lapse in judgment.
And I don't know how many folks agree with you some do some don't but David thank you and -- -- any time they'll be like I have all those Easter eggs here with -- John Robinson.
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