Saturday, February 28, 2015

Google ~OR~ Rule 5 Woodsterman Style


So .... I get this left in my Blogger Dashboard:

And it leads me here:

Well, Google heard John Q Public's reaction and decided to
back down. You see three quarters of their bloggers were
mentioning the word "Wordpress" and it made them nervous.

DUH .....

Google, have some cleavage on Old Woodsterman:







Other Cleavage loving Rule 5 ers:
 

18 comments:

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    1. GOODSTUFF, forgive them for they are stupid.

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  2. The ruling powers at Blogger can all go suck obammy's cock!!! Long live "Rule 5"...!

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    1. Jon, I hate it when you come here and sugar coat it.

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  3. I have always found this blog's discussions of

    *The human condition,
    *The struggle of the oppressed masses against depredations of big government,
    *The need for young women have for recognition of their talent in a place where the glass ceiling keeps them down, etc.

    to be a shining pillar of education and illumination in a dark and oppressive world.

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    1. LL, sounds like you understand this blog completely.

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  4. I don't think your posts are the ones that they are worried about. Some blogger blogs are downright nasty.

    Have a fabulous day Odie. ☺

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    1. Sandee, I've always tried to not push the envelope, but lately I've had a few moments where I've slipped.

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  5. Google is about to lose some of their edge.

    Good stuff on Saturday!

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    1. Admiral, they befriended the Boy King and now they have to live with it.

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  6. Odie, all you do here is offer people some good, innocent (mostly) fun and the occasionally well-deserved and often long overdue righteous indignation.

    If you have to go elsewhere, rest assured we will all follow you.

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    1. edutcher, but what an undo pain in the ass.

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  7. Odie, I think they had raunchier targets than you in mind. I try to keep my place PG-13, but you know what they say about the "eye of the beholder".

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    1. Proof, you cut me to the quick ... I thought I was raunchy.

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  8. ...and I think the fact Google would have to flush all the nudity from Google Images as not to be hypocritical had something to do with it. That and most of the Google staff wouldn't have porn images to look at at work.....

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    1. DS, that was my first thought too. Where the hell do they think I get this stuff.

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  9. Were they trying to take away the last refuge for straight dirty old men----knowing we all are conservatives.

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Put it here ... I can't wait to read it.