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Google snubs D-Day and creates logo for first drive-in theater

More important than defeating the Nazis

Instead of celebrating the storming of the Normandy beaches on June 6 1944 by Allied Forces, an event in World War II that would signal the downfall of the Nazis, Google has instead opted to celebrate the opening of the first drive-in movie theater.

The first drive in theater was opened in New Jersey on Admiral Wilson Boulevard at the Airport Circle in Pennsauken with 400 car slots operated by R.M. Hollingshead Corporation.

The homepage features a nice animation, but it is curious why Google placed more importance on the drive-in theater than an event which would free the world from fascism.

I think the boys and girls at Google have some explaining to do.

Obama and Michelle think fundraising more important

The President and his wife could have taken a few moments out of their busy day to honor the fallen on D-Day, but it appears fundraising and getting re-elected is more important to them.

They will spend the day fundraising in California and New York, while the rest of the world burns.

The Department of Veterans Affairs says Florida and Pennsylvania are two crucial swing states with the most veterans the President needs to carry, and last night’s Republican win in Wisconsin ain’t making things any easier for Barry.


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