Tuesday, October 24, 2006

'The Google'

It's always interesting to ask a president (of either party) if they know the price of a gallon of milk and see how they answer (I think that was part of a "West Wing" episode once).

Yesterday, CNBC's Maria Bartiromo interviewed President Bush and asked him the 21st century equivalent of that question: "Do you ever use Google?" Here's his answer:
"Occasionally. One of the things I've used on the Google is to pull up maps... I forgot the name of the program, but you get the satellite, like I kind of like to look at the ranch... reminds me of where I want to be sometimes."

As I've mentioned before, I also use the Google for many of my needs on the Internets.

3 comments:

PLANET3RRY said...

Well, when you live in the South, the "Internets" doesn't have it's comedical appeal. Mainly because most everything is pluralized here in the South.

Let's go to Kroger(s)
Can we go to Walmart(s) and get some pickled pig feet?
I'm going to Panera(s), Do you want anything? (heard only yesterday in my office)

I think the name of the program that the President is using is "Google Cartography". Oh I means "Googles Cartographies" found on the internets.

Shannon said...

That was funnier...what's even funnier is that Google's ads, generated by the use of the name George Bush, are pushing Limbaugh ringtones and a service that will give you Ann Coulter's column free via your email

(Shannon runs screaming from the room)

joevideo said...

hmmm, err, let's bomb the iraqs back into the stone ages. now that wasn't that funny! and i voted for this nitwit (twice). sigh.

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