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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1073d ago | news

End of World Means Most Amazing Home Page Ever, Says Google

NewYorker - While billions around the world await the Mayan Apocalypse this Friday with increasing dread, there is palpable excitement about it at the headquarters of Google, Inc., which is preparing what its C.E.O. is calling “our most awesome Google Doodle ever.” (Google, Web)

DoomeDx  +   1073d ago
Im having a hard time beliving this.
Especially towards the end.
1Victor  +   1073d ago
Lol @ the last bit he don't care if the world end and Google as long as Microsoft and Apple goes along with it
Lord_Sloth  +   1073d ago
Meh. I'm tired of this planet's BS anyway.
KrimsonKody  +   1072d ago
The World; "KaBOOOM!"
(looks around)
"...Huh, wha...who said that!?" - in your best Roger from American Dad voice.
Lol, j/k
KrimsonKody  +   1072d ago
Go ahead, World, & end!
I don't care.
I wasn't sweating you anyways.

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