Google is celebrating Easter to honor Cesar Chavez, but rival search engine Bing is running a photo of Easter eggs:

Bing Easter Eggs

Some Twitter users say they will be trying out Bing today:

Correction, 7:12 am ET: Of course, it’s Cesar Chavez, not Hugo. Headline has been fixed!

  • http://drawandstrike.blogspot.com/ Brian Cates

    That’s Cesar Chavez, not Hugo Chavez. Cesar fought for humane treatment for immigrant laborers, fair wages and other improvements.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cesar_Chavez

    • oneword

      It is Easter, put up some eggs & a bunny, why make it political

      • beebop1952

        Because for dimocrats, its all political. Why waste an otherwise Christian holiday? Honor a labor organizer. Isn’t that more festive?

        • nc

          And another chance for vote pandering.

          • beebop1952

            Or just appealing to their base base.

          • elliegrll

            What office is Google running for?

        • Bill123

          Nothing says festive like a man nailed to a cross!

        • Bill123

          You have to hand it to Google, which serves most of the world’s population, which means more non-Christians than Christians, and certainly more Christians and non-Christians than right-wing pseudo Christians who are ignorant bigots.

          You can’t make this stuff. up.

      • beebop1952

        Because for dimocrats, its all political. Why waste an otherwise Christian holiday? Honor a labor organizer. Isn’t that more festive?

    • https://twitter.com/tweetyuo Tangchung

      Thought he spoke to congress and was anti-immigration….just a fun fact drives liberals crazy.

    • MissDiane47

      He also hated America as a Constitutional Republic that she’s supposed to be.

    • AZcommenter

      Chavez, born in Yuma AZ, opposed illegal immigration. In fact, he urged his union members to beat up and report (for deportation) illegal aliens who were competing with his union members for jobs.

      • Bill123

        We get is “AZ.” Show us your union card.

    • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

      Cesar Chavez also threatened any heavy-equipment manufacturer with crippling strikes if they ever designed a machine which would do the work his little peons did. And that’s why a farmer in Kansas has harvesters which roll through a wheat field spitting bagged up loaves of Wonder Bread out their back end while lettuce still has to be picked by hand by nickel-a-day illegal immigrants. Good job there, Chavez, keeping the people you claimed to love so much in prehistoric technology.

      Chavez was an @$$hole, and so are you for liking him.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

      Whereas Hugo fought for humane treatment for Iran, Joe Kennedy Jr., and other douches.

      • Bill123

        Hugo for the midgets! Hugo loved the little man and woman. He used their head tops for table legs.

    • VisionAri

      “That’s Cesar Chavez, not Hugo Chavez. Cesar fought for humane treatment
      for immigrant laborers, fair wages and other improvements.”

      Which is probably just as bad, as far as Malkin’s concerned.

  • Marie Therese

    Decorated eggs have nothing to do with a risen savior either. They’re about fertility. That would be another festival/religion/belief.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      I never did understand that and the bunny connection.

      • saneromeo

        Rabbits and eggs are both symbols of fertility, hence the Easter Bunny leaving eggs…That said everyone have a beautiful Easter celebration!

      • AWomaninTX

        If I remember right, it was part of how the Irish priests incorporated local lore & pagan beliefs to help the locals to convert more easily.

        • http://www.facebook.com/irish.jimmy.7 Irish Jimmy

          wow someone got it right. I am a Christian and I know this to be true, However I think the rabbit came from a Norse origin and the pastel color of the holiday from worshipers of Pan

          • stellatruman

            My husband is Scandinavian and can’t grasp the concept of the Easter bunny, since rabbits don’t lay eggs.

          • Bill123

            Scandinavians don’t get it. You juggle bunnies, then juggle eggs. It’s like semaphore for the Bulgars.

      • Blake Waymire

        When Christianity came to northern Europe, the Christians in those areas re-purposed the traditions of the pagans from those areas into the holiday meant for the resurrection. Those pagan traditions included a fertility holiday that had eggs and rabbits as symbols.

        • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

          Not entirely. Eggs have long been a general symbol of rebirth and such, and even the Eastern Orthodox churches (which will not be celebrating Holy Pascha for another month) use colored and decorated eggs in their tradition, usually a basket of red-dyed eggs distributed after the Liturgy. (Although that is the origin of the sometimes-gaudy Russian eggs) Two people will usually tap eggs together, saying together, “He is risen, He is risen, indeed He is risen!” breaking them against each other the third time. (Christos anesti/Christos anesti/Alithos anesti!)

          No rabbits, though!

    • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

      I am fed up with secular holiday’s. The sad thing is, the Easter Bunny, isn’t even secular enough anymore…/sigh

      • Stone Bryson

        What’s wrong with those? I’m kind of a big fan of Independence Day… and Thanksgiving, while originally a religious celebration, has pretty much morphed into a secular holiday, one of which I am quite fond.

        • Patrick Dennehy

          I am fond of giving gifts to celebrate Christ’s birthday. I am fond of celebrating Jesus’ resurrection. I am fond of giving thanks, to god, for the food on my table. I am fond of giving respect to a humble man of piety, not drinking green beer in his honor. You can do whatever you want. Secularism is removing Christ (and religion) out of the holiday’s that are to be celebrated in his honor. I have a problem with that…

          • Stone Bryson

            Hold on there, Snappy, I didn’t say anything about removing religion from religious holidays. You said you were sick of ‘secular holidays’ which I took to mean ‘holidays of a secular nature’ so I just asked what you had against them, that’s all. Jeez…

            Note to self: never reply to Patrick again. Have a Happy Easter, however you choose to celebrate it.

          • Patrick Dennehy

            I know you don’t want to remove religion from holiday’s. I should have said ‘People can celebrate them however they please’ and not used ‘You’.

            I am just frustrated with the irreverent attitude America has adopted towards Christianity. So, sorry if I came across as ‘crazy’. It’s just really starting to get to me. Happy Easter

          • Stone Bryson

            I do understand, a lot of folks these days (especially in this progressive cesspool) are rabidly anti-Christian, something I obviously don’t support. No apology necessary – I misread what you said, thus the fault is my own.

            Have a peaceful day!

          • dackmont

            So, is it anti-Christian for Google not to celebrate Easter? Google specifically doesn’t “do” religious holdays. Something tells me that if Google put up some big Muslim thing on Ramadan, you’d be unhappy with that. What wouldn’t frustrate you? Everybody everywhere saying “He Is Risen” on Easter, whether they believed it or not?

          • Mike Levens

            The only thing which wouldn’t frustrate them is a world full of uniformly Christian people (and, i suspect, only one particular “correct” flavour of Christianity)

          • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

            letty

            I am thanking god. Yes, the Puritans (who started the holiday) surely did not believe in god nor were they thanking him…//

            Mind my business? When I can’t say the pledge of allegiance or merry christmas in school..it becomes my business; DO NOT preach to me about what Jesus taught, take his name out of your mouth. You don’t even deserve to utter it. This country was founded on Christian principals and philosophy. We are a christian nation, who welcomes people of all faiths. 1/5 of the nation needs to slow their roll and get with the program.

            I do not infringe on anyone’s right, to celebrate anything, any way they see fit. When you start limiting mine, we have a problem…

            Edit: Their comment was deleted
            p.s. For those saying “You can say the pledge of allegiance and merry christmas in public school”, you obviously didn’t go to public school in Massachusetts…

          • Jeff Hunt

            You are as wrong as could be on this one. This country was not founded on Christian principles. This country was founded by men who WERE Christians, but were adamant that their religion or anyone elses should not be a defining characteristic of the country. I am proud to be an American and a Christian but I understand that those two aspects are separate from each other, as the founders intended.

          • beebop1952

            Right. Don’t let that use of “One nation, under God” serve as an argument against your thinking and the founders had no experiences with many non-Christian cultures.

          • Waterhou5e

            That’s an excellent point. When the founders traveled through time to 1954 to insert “under God” into the Pledge of Allegiance (written in 1892), their intentions were unmistakable.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pledge_of_Allegiance

          • Tottal

            Written by a socialist, at that.

          • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

            Yes, it was changed because of Communism. Which is exactly why we need God as much now, as we did in the 50’s. America stemmed the tide of you socialist/commies before and we will do it again.

          • Hythloday

            The 1892 pledge written by a socialist I might add.

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            It is the duty of all men in society, publicly, and at stated seasons, to worship the SUPREME BEING, the great Creator and Preserver of the universe. And no subject shall be hurt, molested, or restrained, in his person, liberty, or estate, for worshipping GOD in the manner most agreeable to the dictates of his own conscience; or for his religious profession or sentiments; provided he doth not disturb the
            public peace, or obstruct others in their religious worship.

            John Adams: Thoughts on Government, 1776

          • http://rationalmathed.blogspot.com Michael Paul Goldenberg

            Not seeing “Christian” in that quotation, either.

          • Streetiebird

            This would be the best of all possible worlds, if there were no religion in it

            John Adams

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            It is impossible to govern the world without God and the
            Bible. Of all the dispositions and habits that lead to political
            prosperity, our religion and morality are the indispensable supporters.
            Let us with caution indulge the supposition that morality can be
            maintained without religion. Reason and experience both forbid us to
            expect that our national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious
            principle
            –George Washington

          • Bill123

            This is more of the troll’s revisionist garbage. Washington never uttered that crap.

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation
            was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions,
            but on the gospel of Jesus Christ! For this very reason peoples of other
            faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom of worship
            here.
            –Patrick Henry

          • kytransplant

            This quote proves Jeff Hunt’s point.

          • http://rationalmathed.blogspot.com Michael Paul Goldenberg

            Patrick had his blind spots, apparently.

          • Bill123

            Patrick Henry was far from the most popular of the Founders, troll, and his opinions weren’t shared by Franklin, Jefferson, Madison, Adams, Washington or very many others. In modern terminology, he was probably considered a wacko.

          • dackmont

            Then practice the same Christianity of Messrs. Henry, Jefferson et. al. and quite freaking out when others don’t embrace Christianity. Better, recognize that many people, Christian or not, value the exact same things that Henry is talking about. You don’t have to be Christian to be a good person.

          • Bill123

            I looked at Google and Caeser Chavez wasn’t there, so I Goggled “where the hell did caesar chavez go?” and it said

            Your search – “where the hell did caesar chavez go?” – did not match any documents.

            Suggestions:

            Make sure all words are spelled correctly.

            Try different keywords.

            Try more general keywords.

            And now it wants me to try something called Google Nose —

            https://www.google.com/intl/en/landing/nose/

          • nessus18

            Too bad that was a line in a MOVIE, not really said by the real Patrick Henry. But just make up what ever facts suit your world view buddy

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            Providence has given to our people the choice of their
            rulers and it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest of our
            Christian Nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers.
            –John Jay

          • dackmont

            Weird, why didn’t they just put that stuff in the Constitution then?

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            I am a Christian, that is to say a disciple of the
            doctrines of Jesus. I have little doubt that our whole country will soon
            be rallied to the unity of our Creator and, I hope, to the pure
            doctrine of Jesus also.
            –Thomas Jefferson

          • joethepleb

            well you can’t be right all the time!

          • dackmont

            And yet Jefferson & friends didn’t put that into the Declaration, Constitution or Bill of Rights. You’d think they were conscious of boundaries or something.

          • Bill123

            “The clergy believe that any portion of power confided to me [as President] will
            be exerted in opposition to their schemes. And they believe rightly: for I have sworn upon
            the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.
            But this is all they have to fear from me: and enough, too, in their opinion.”
            –Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, 1800. ME 10:173

          • Bill123

            It seems that Mr. Troll is posting revisionist baloney. This quote can be verified with the Jefferson archives at the University of Virginia and through the Avalon Project at Yale University.

            Thomas Jefferson, to Reverend William Short:

            “That Jesus did not mean to impose himself on mankind as the son of God, physically speaking, I have been convinced by the writings of men more learned than myself in that lore.

            “But that he might conscientiously believe himself inspired from above, is very possible. The whole religion of the Jews, inculcated on him from his infancy, was founded in the belief of divine inspiration.

            “The fumes of the most disordered imaginations were recorded in their religious code, as special communications of the Deity; and as it could not but happen that, in the course of ages, events would now and then turn up to which some of these vague rhapsodies might be accommodated by the aid of allegories, figures, types, and other tricks upon words…

            “Elevated by the enthusiasm of a warm and pure heart, conscious of the high strains of an eloquence which had not been taught him, he might readily mistake the coruscations of his own fine genius for inspirations of an higher order.

            “This belief carried, therefore, no more personal imputation, than the belief of Socrates, that himself was under the care and admonitions of a guardian Dæmon.”

          • Gabriel Cruz

            Jefferson also maintained Slaves.. right.. ? ?

          • Roger

            I believe “raped slaves he owned” is most accurate 😉

          • Streetiebird

            But it does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg.
            –Thomas Jefferson

          • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

            Looks like you’d better get in YOUR time machine, pop back and give a quick history and civics lesson to these ignorant teabaggrz, Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Henry, Jay, etc.

          • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

            Thank You! All one needs to do is read about each individual member of the Continental Congress to know they were Christian. They based their lives and the foundation of our country on Christian tenants and philosophy.

            Liberals hate facts

          • Bill123

            Mr. Dennehy, if you aren’t a very good reader, be advised that in this actual letter to Reverend William Short, Thomas Jefferson tells Short that Jesus was mortal, and well-meaning but delusional.

            This quote, unlike those of the troll, can be verified with the Jefferson archives at the University of Virginia and through the Avalon Project at Yale University.

            Thomas Jefferson, to Reverend William Short:

            “That Jesus did not mean to impose himself on mankind as the son of God, physically speaking, I have been convinced by the writings of men more learned than myself in that lore.

            “But that he might conscientiously believe himself inspired from above, is very possible. The whole religion of the Jews, inculcated on him from his infancy, was founded in the belief of divine inspiration.

            “The fumes of the most disordered imaginations were recorded in their religious code, as special communications of the Deity; and as it could not but happen that, in the course of ages, events would now and then turn up to which some of these vague rhapsodies might be accommodated by the aid of allegories, figures, types, and other tricks upon words…

            “Elevated by the enthusiasm of a warm and pure heart, conscious of the high strains of an eloquence which had not been taught him, he might readily mistake the coruscations of his own fine genius for inspirations of an higher order.

            “This belief carried, therefore, no more personal imputation, than the belief of Socrates, that himself was under the care and admonitions of a guardian Dæmon.”

          • Bill123

            troll, you are repeating revisionist lies. There is nothing more pathetic than an ignorant bigot.

            “But a short time elapsed after the death of the great reformer of the Jewish religion, before his principles were departed from by those who professed to be his special servants, and perverted into an engine for enslaving mankind, and aggrandizing their oppressors in Church and State.”

            –Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval, 1810. ME 12:345

          • CherDash

            No, they were adamant that government would not force a specific religion on the people.

          • AtLeastYouDontKnowMyUsername

            The plural of Puritan is Puritans – multiple Puritan people.
            Puritan’s means ‘belonging to the Puritan’
            Same for holiday’s – that means ‘belonging to the holiday’
            holidays – means multiple holidays
            You NEVER use an appostrophe (‘) to make a plural, never.

          • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

            I will make note of that. Thanks for the grammar lesson.

          • Bill123

            You need a god damned history lesson, Dennehy. You are spouting revisionist nonsense.

          • dackmont

            Dude! You CAN say Merry Christmas in school; you just can’t expect others to do so!

          • Bill123

            “When I can’t say the pledge of allegiance or merry christmas in school..it becomes my business”

            you can do both in public schools, but you can’t be smart if you are stupid.

          • Kevin

            What schools are those? They don’t say the pledge in public schools around here anymore, haven’t for years.

          • Bill123

            Without knowing where “around here” is, it is impossible to check your claim, but the Pledge is recited in classes anywhere local school boards want it recited, and any child or adult can recite the Pledge in school alone or in groups if they choose.

            And Dennehy’s claim that children can’t say “Merry Christmas” in school is his ignorant bigotry running at the mouth. The right-wing revisionist nonsense being spouted on this topic is disgusting.

            Let’s address school prayer while we’re here. Any child can pray in
            school, or use the Bible in class discussions if it is relevant, or talk
            to other students about religion, or wear clothing with religious
            symbols on it, or have after-school religious club meetings on school grounds, if similar secular activities are also allowed, if they want to. There is no Stalinist dungeon for
            children who pray, despite the ignorant blathering of Phyllis Schlalfly
            and Fox News types who make a living keeping stupid people stupid.

            Next question?

          • Bill123

            “This country was founded on Christian principals and philosophy. We are a christian nation, who welcomes people of all faiths”

            Article 6, Section 3: “No religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States” –September 17, 1887

            This nation was not founded on the Christian religion. It was founded on the international principle of Natural Law, studied by all of the Founding Fathers. Get it? “The Law of NATURE, and of NATURE’S GOD” That is NOT the Judeo-Christian deity that Jefferson was referencing.

            They weren’t kidding when they said don’t drop out of school. You have a lot of catching up to do.

          • http://www.facebook.com/138900508 Patrick Dennehy

            I never said you had to be Christian (or religious) to hold public office; WTH are you talking about?

            Oh, I get it, you are one of those liberal geniuses. I didn’t realize my post would be read by such a scholar. Thank you for your valuable input. I will re-read John Adams by David McCullough and The Constitutional Thought of Thomas Jefferson because apparently I missed something /sarc

            I think you read too many history books approved by the teachers union…

          • Bill123

            Dennehy, you read revisionist books written by idiot bigots.

            Mr.Dennehy, if you aren’t a very good reader, be advised that in this
            letter to Reverend William Short, Thomas Jefferson tells Short that
            Jesus was mortal, and well-meaning but delusional.

            This quote, unlike those of the troll, can be verified with the
            Jefferson archives at the University of Virginia and through the Avalon Project at Yale University.

            Thomas Jefferson, to Reverend William Short:

            “That Jesus did not mean to impose himself on mankind as the son of God, physically speaking, I have been convinced by the writings of men more learned than myself in that lore.

            “But that he might conscientiously believe himself inspired from
            above, is very possible. The whole religion of the Jews, inculcated on him from his infancy, was founded in the belief of divine inspiration.

            “The fumes of the most disordered imaginations were recorded in
            their religious code, as special communications of the Deity; and as it could not but happen that, in the course of ages, events would now and then turn up to which some of these vague rhapsodies might be accommodated by the aid of allegories, figures, types, and other tricks upon words…

            “Elevated by the enthusiasm of a warm and pure heart, conscious of
            the high strains of an eloquence which had not been taught him, he might readily mistake the coruscations of his own fine genius for
            inspirations of an higher order.

            “This belief carried, therefore, no more personal imputation, than
            the belief of Socrates, that himself was under the care and admonitions of a guardian Dæmon.”

          • GirlWithTheShamrockTattoo

            “The legitimate powers of government extend to such
            acts only as are injurious to others. But it does me no injury for my
            neighbor to say there are twenty gods, or no god. It neither picks my
            pocket nor breaks my leg.” Thomas Jefferson

          • GirlWithTheShamrockTattoo

            Thirteen governments [of the original states] thus founded on the
            natural authority of the people alone, without a pretence of miracle or
            mystery, and which are destined to spread over the northern part of that
            whole quarter of the globe, are a great point gained in favor of the
            rights of mankind.” John Adams

          • dackmont

            Patrick, if you really believe that “people can celebrate [holidays] however they please” (which is mighty kind of ya there), then what are you frustrated about? Why not focus on the things you and non-believers may have in common, like compassion for the poor and stuff like that?

          • Stone Bryson

            Hold on there, Snappy, I didn’t say anything about removing religion from religious holidays. You said you were sick of ‘secular holidays’ which I took to mean ‘holidays of a secular nature’ so I just asked what you had against them, that’s all. Jeez…

            Note to self: never reply to Patrick again. Have a Happy Easter, however you choose to celebrate it.

          • letty

            Your not thanking God on thanksgiving your are making sure you pull your food resources together to get through the winter. Thats what thanksgiving was about. Not everybody believed in god back then either and I think everyone would be better christians if they celebrated this man who helped others ( like Jesus said for us to do btw) and just celebrated the way they want and not tell everyone they’re doing it wrong. Seriously mind your own damn business 1/5 of the country doesn’t belong to any religion and doesn’t care to.

          • letty

            Your not thanking God on thanksgiving your are making sure you pull your food resources together to get through the winter. Thats what thanksgiving was about. Not everybody believed in god back then either and I think everyone would be better christians if they celebrated this man who helped others ( like Jesus said for us to do btw) and just celebrated the way they want and not tell everyone they’re doing it wrong. Seriously mind your own damn business 1/5 of the country doesn’t belong to any religion and doesn’t care to.

          • dackmont

            @Patrick — some people have other stuff to do and talk about on days that you happen to celebrate as holidays. Nobody is insulting your choice. They’re simply not making the same choice. Do you think others are obliged to do so?

            Public holidays are for everyone. You do what you want on a public holiday, I’ll do what I want. How is that impinging on your belief? Yes, in the past there was a default assumption, in some quarters, that everyone was Christian. That’s not true anymore. Don’t take it personally.

          • hikikomorihime

            http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2010/apr/03/easter-pagan-symbolism <– Easter is a pagan celebration that was rewritten with Christianity to make it easier to force pagans to convert. Technically, Christ doesn't belong there in the first place. Yet… Pagans, I'm certain, would be willing to share their holiday if Christians would quit acting like they own the thing; like they get to make the rules relating to it.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joe-Roberts/100000035407483 Joe Roberts

            What about the fact that the holidays you know as Easter and Christmas existed long before Christianity? Do you find it a coincidence that Christmas falls on the winter solstice? And what exactly do eggs and rabbits have to do with Jesus? Or is it that Easter was originally a celebration of fertility that had nothing to do with Christ? Christ was inserted into these holidays to assimilate the Pagans of Europe into Christianity. Taking him out (which I’m not suggesting) would only serve to bring the holidays back in line with what they originally were. I’m not trying to tell you how to celebrate I just want to point that holidays change meaning and means of celebration over time and if non-believers choose to celebrate these holidays without the reverence for Christ involved why shouldn’t they be allowed to?

          • Patrick Dennehy

            I am perfectly fine with separating them. Just don’t expect to get time off work. Christians take Christmas off to attend mass and pay reverence to the lord. So, since atheists will be no longer tied to the holiday in a religious way, they will all be doing their normal 9-5?

            I find it odd, that all you guys decided to ‘diverge’ on Twitchy today, during a Christian holiday. Coincidence? I think not. Who sent you and why are you here? Does it bring you joy to upset Christians? Quite sadistic, if you ask me.

          • Aridianwolfe

            Why does it have to be so black and white? Not all Christians attend mass. That’s Catholics specifically. I’m not Christian, does that automatically make me an atheist? You do realize other religions exist, yes?

          • http://www.facebook.com/greg.boucher.58 Greg Boucher

            And I wish someone would remove the unnecessary apostrophes from your comments.

          • Patrick Dennehy

            When I type fast, I make mistakes and I didn’t proof read. Is it really that big of a deal? I am not submitting my work to be graded…so, thanks professor

        • http://www.swift2.blogspot.com Swift2

          American Thanksgiving has always been secular.

      • nc

        No no no, SPRING Bunny.

        • Guest

          You’re kidding right?

      • Bill123

        Secular holiday’s what? The sad thing is that the Tea Party replaced English grammar with texting in schools.

    • https://twitter.com/tweetyuo Tangchung

      Think the eggs were at one time dyed red to represent the blood of Christ

    • http://alsbach-art.com/ Floyd Alsbach

      Eggs are a symbol of new life.

      • http://www.facebook.com/dennis.oneil.7 Dennis O’Neil

        Yeah thats why we paint them and pretend a talking rabbit delivers them.

      • Bill123

        I got six dozen in the fridge, and not for Easter. I just looked and I see I overbought. Six dozen eggs. I’m havein me some devil eggs as soon as the exorcist come.

        Six dozen is like 72 eggs, and there is about 5 up in the tray in the door,. My fridge is brimming with life

      • thomas

        Hard boiled eggs are as far from “new life” as one can get.

      • $4356589

        Hard-boiled, fertilized eggs are essentially abortions.

    • guest

      Seriously. Cesar Chavez’ life in service to the poor is definitely way more relevant to Christ’s spirit than a bunch of eggs.

      • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

        Except that is not him. He was a rabble-rousing, self-serving union boss. Service to the poor? Mother Theresa. Hell, any branch of Catholic Charities, or any one month of International Orthodox Christian Charities does more than he did.

        • Bill123

          he was a mama’s boy no doubt about it he filched fags from his aunties and smoked them in the can

      • des111168

        His service was to the union. He didn’t help any other poor. He was… and this still makes me laugh… virulently anti-illegal alien because illegals hurt farm wage rates for citizens (and he was RIGHT about that).

        • Bill123

          des111168, your service is in making idiots look normal.

        • Susu

          His dedication was to the poor. I know that pisses you off, but he died an early death because of his dedication. Hunger strikes caused damage to his organs, and by the way, he really was a devout Catholic (kind of”christian”, right?) Unlike des11168, i doubt you have walked the walk the way Cesar Chavez did, Jesus would be proud of Cesar and his accomplishments.
          By the way, I love, love, love how the Pope washed the feet of christians, muslims, and women( women have never been done before)–and all were criminals. Thats what Jesus stood for, thats what jesus would do-not complain about some website that does not mention Easter with a very nice pic of decorated eggs.

          • http://twitter.com/KayGester KayGee

            People need to talk about this more: “I love, love, love how the Pope washed the feet of christians, muslims,
            and women( women have never been done before)–and all were criminals.
            Thats what Jesus stood for, thats what jesus would do-” This had an impact on me personally. If the Pope were to reform the church into a truly selfless charity, I think the flock would grow exponentially. We all want a religion of peace, and by washing the feet of muslims, of women, of criminals, the Pope tries to remind us all that what Christ did NOT do was judge people.

        • Mike Levens

          what on earth do you imagine a union is?

    • stellatruman

      That doesn’t mean that Easter Eggs are not a recognized symbol from many cultures and countries. The eggs are beautiful and better than recognizing Caesar Chavez today

      • http://rationalmathed.blogspot.com Michael Paul Goldenberg

        sez you. Why, you never hunted to Cesar Chavez or rolled him on the White House lawn?

        • Bill123

          You make a good point. I have six dozen eggs in the ice box, plus 5 more up in the door tray. I am excited and filled with the spririt, so much so that I am going to fill myself with the devil eggs for a good while to open up some shelf space.

          Can you sub Caesar dressing for mayo? me tummy say yea.

    • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

      That’s Risen Savior, and already knew that, thanks.

    • des111168

      It’s part of the common Christian cultural celebration though, and if you’ll look at the eggs, some of them have prominent crosses on them. I’d say Bing got it right.

    • drewder

      Maybe you should look up the origins of Easter eggs before you start declaring that. Hard boiled eggs started as part of the Jewish Passover (last supper) and colored eggs (crimson) were created as a symbol of the blood of Christ.

    • $4356589

      THANK YOU. I am finding it sooooo hilarious that nutso Christians cling to eggs as a symbol of the Resurrection. Did Jesus emerge from his tomb to go on an easter-egg hunt or something? For people who align themselves with a religion that is supposed to be about love, they sure are outraged over really silly, petty things!

    • http://boldcolor.blogspot.com/ Paula

      Though they started out as pagan symbols, the church eventually adopted them as symbols of the tomb and new life. Those in the Bing photo are pysanky eggs. In the Ukranian church, they were traditionally taken to the church along with the Easter meal to be blessed by the priest. The Marxist Soviet regime banned pysanky and other religious symbols, destroying eggs in museums and private collections. They also destroyed many churches in their quest to eradicate religion in favor of the “state” as the religion of choice. The Easter Bunny nonsense came much later.

  • Scott

    When my brother and I were kids our parents told us to think of the Easter Eggs and rolling them down a hill like the stone that rolled away from Jesus’ tomb to reveal He Has Risen

    • NRPax

      When I was about four years old, I asked my mom about the history of Easter. My mother was never in the habit of talking down to either me or my brother, so she explained exactly what it meant, as well as the crucifixion and the resurrection.

      Once she saw the horrified look in my eyes as I took in the image of Jesus being nailed to the cross, she changed her mind and shifted back to bunnies.

      • letty

        Your obviously not catholic then

        • NRPax

          OK, my answer to you yesterday got eaten so I will post it again.

          Yes, I was Catholic. However, four year old children are generally ill-equipped to handle the mental image of a human being getting transfixed to a cross by his hands and his feet. She was simply changing the story a bit and explained it again when I was a bit older.

  • CJMM

    Hello Bing…….checking you out because Google doesn’t know what day it is! This search engine not bad at all.

    • Bill123

      Hey, me too! but all I get is crooning from Bing.

  • Stone Bryson

    Microsoft played this one pretty smart; no overt religious statements on Bing, just a pleasant yet bold (and really, quite attractive) acknowledgement of the day at hand. Meanwhile, Google stupidly goes sideways, letting the company’s feelings about this holiday be known in a backhanded manner.

    I wonder how many long-term customers Google will lose because people are giving Bing a chance… a chance they may have not given had Google not blatantly stuck a proverbial finger in the eyes of Christians everywhere. Well played, Microsoft. Google? Yeah, not so much…

    • beebop1952

      If anyone knows how to add Bing.com as a default please let me know.

      • camnpat

        In Firefox, Explorer, or Safari?

        • beebop1952

          Explorer.

          • camnpat

            At the top of the screen (right above where the tabs for the different web pages you have open appear) right-click on the mouse. Select MENU BAR from the options.

            From the menu that now shows up go to TOOLS>INTERNET OPTIONS. In the window the the home page options the first to show up. If you already have Bing opened you can simply click on USE CURRENT, of you can copy the URL to the field above it.

            Once you are done simply click APPLY at the bottom and you are all set.

          • camnpat

            The process in Firefox is about the same, btw. You just go to TOOLS>OPTIONS instead.

      • nc

        I just added their free app to my iPad and it works great. Deleted the Google app.

      • GET OFF MY LAWN!
    • joethepleb

      What did Google do that you are referring too?

  • Steve_J

    “Easter Eggs” have as much to do with Easter as Cesar Chavez.

    • AWomaninTX

      I haven’t been able to find it, though. Do you have any hints? Can you share them, please?

      • TocksNedlog

        I see what you did there.
        😉

    • http://www.black-and-right.com/ IceColdTroll

      Not quite, see my comments above on Easter eggs in Orthodoxy. They have a venerable history.

      See thsi too:
      http://oca.org/questions/liturgicalyear/red-easter-eggs

      • bkrichar

        But this Sunday wasn’t the Orthodox Easter, that’s not until May.

  • atlas007

    Let’s see who is going to meet those in Google at the Pearly Gates…..Chavez or Jesus? They’ll be singing a different tune when their time comes, but alas…..too late! They have denied Jesus for Chavez….DOWN ELEVATOR!

    • letty

      I really doubt if heaven as you see it that Jesus would be pissed about this. I mean there is a lot of s**t that he prolly has to go through and I doubt he would be pissed that you didn’t show the remnants of a pagan religion on his “resurrection day” Which is a floating hoilday and other stuff does go on in the world especially after 2000+ years after the fact.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      St. Peter’s hand is on the lever for the trap door…. GOING DOWN?… Jawamax 8<{D}

      • Bill123

        It’ll be Cesar juggling those devil eggs for sure. Oh the hot fires are a scorchin his britches! Ow Cesar Ow!

    • Gene Monroe

      If your heaven is full of judgmental assclowns like the ones here who get all butthurt because Google chose to honor a man for whom there is actual proof of existence, I’m pretty sure I don’t want to be there. It’d be like being at Sunday school 24/7/365.

      • atlas007

        Not a question of being hurt. It’s a question of right and wrong. Google was wrong. Liberals are always so concerned about offending people unless the people are Conservative or Christian. Your comment is an example. You obviously don’t believe in Jesus or in life after death. But I guarantee, you will one day. And it’s not just 24/7/365…..it’s eternity. Have a great day!

  • Sid Narged

    Cesar Chavez was a Union thug… But don’t take my word for it.
    http://thecollegeconservative.com/2012/07/16/chavez-immortalizing-a-domestic-terrorist/

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

      Isn’t “union thug” a little redundant?

  • ked5

    I stopped using goggle a year ago. I don’t say “goggle it” anymore either. Now it’s just internet search.

  • ked5

    I stopped using goggle a year ago. I don’t say “goggle it” anymore either. Now it’s just internet search.

  • Bruce Pate

    I have used google for years———NO MORE !

    • Waterhou5e

      Good for you! In fact, you should boycott EVERY business that doesn’t explicitly support Easter! I’m sure someone has compiled a list of businesses that either stayed open today or used non-Easter-related material on their website today. Anyone got a link…?

    • Bill123

      You go Pate! You’ll make Bing a household word overnight.

  • Bruce Pate

    I have used google for years———NO MORE !

  • http://twitter.com/Jdjunkyard JD Junkyard

    I’m now offiially switching to Bing (although Gates is not much better than Schmidt, if at all); I will also be phasing out my gmail and other google accounts. At least they are stupid enough to reveal their true intentions.

  • Guest

    Quit using Google, ixquick is the best search engine and it protects your privacy. https://ixquick.com/

  • AZcommenter

    Interesting that non-union Google would choose to feature union leader Cesar Chavez on their site today.
    Chavez, born in Yuma AZ, was a staunch opponent of illegal immigration. In fact, Chavez urged his union members to dispense some brutal vigilante justice on illegals. Chavez urged his union members to beat up and report (for deportation) illegal aliens they caught.
    Is Google trying to signal their opposition to the new amnesty bill by featuring anti-illegal-alien agitator Chavez on their site? Does Google hate brown people?
    In the spirit of celebrating diversity, I’m dumping anti-Latino Google and switching to Bing!

  • camnpat

    I never use Google cos I never find what I am looking for. Either Bing or Yahoo for me.

    With that said, while it is appreciated that Bing recognized the day, let’s be honest that they avoided any religious references in the picture in case anyone in the tolerance police would be offended. Their second link leads to searches about what Eastern is and what it means for Christians, though.

    It is a pretty picture nonetheless. They find some awesome pictures for their home screen.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1000573967 Jeff McCutcheon

    yeah, eggs have to do with Christ. You guys need something in your life if you care what Google puts on their page.

    • http://truthbeagle.blogspot.com/ Plep

      Actually it does. Eggs represent new life as does the resurrection.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

        They don’t have much to do with immaculate conception though…

        • http://truthbeagle.blogspot.com/ Plep

          That’s why you don’t see them at Christmas. Wanna try again?

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

            I wasn’t really “trying” to do anything other than be a wise-ass, and maybe offend overly pompous and/or thin-skinned types.

            Mission accomplished?

          • CherDash

            If the mission was to make yourself look like an a$$ (no wise in it), then you did accomplish it.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

            Congratulations on taking an easy set-up. Why the dollar signs?

        • $30423294

          Actually, the Immaculate Conception is our solemnity in which we observe that for Mary to give birth to God himself, it is fitting that she herself was conceived without original sin. It’s the conception of Mary we observe, not the conception of God-made-man — which, as you can imagine, is the work of the Holy Spirit.

          Mary was a singular woman in the history of salvation. The world was waiting this Daughter of Zion to give this glorious birth of our LORD himself.

          Yup, Mary is pretty special to us. So it’s important to get the theology right on the Immaculate Conception.

    • TocksNedlog

      Nothing really does matter, does it? ‘Dust in the Wind’ and all that?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

    An Easter basket is full of candy eggs. They are yummy.

    A Chavez basket is full of lettuce, food stamps, and taped clips of American presidents trying to speak Spanish.

    None of that is yummy.

    • TocksNedlog

      Au contraire! In these days of belt-tightening by necessity, the Food Stamps is becoming mighty mighty tasty.

      Mmmm, sweet government teat. *drool*

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002667489213 Mark LaFever

        Still not as tasty as a Cadbury Egg that I paid for my own anglophone self.

  • rm1evo

    I use Bing with Chrome to do my searching.

    • Bill123

      I chase Hornitoes Repisado with a little water, unless I’m drinking it straight, but I never thought of bragging about it.

    • bkrichar

      You do know Chrome is made by Google right?

  • http://twitter.com/mgilbertson234 Megan Gilbertson

    google > bing

    • des111168

      Not anymore.

  • Gerry Getskow

    Google has their Easter image from Chavez to one filled B-Day cake and other desserts

    • TocksNedlog

      If the word you left out is “changed” then you’re wrong. The Chavez pic is still up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/n1cho1e Nichole Bates
  • http://twitter.com/airyfairy222 Allison Foster

    Wow you found four tweets that don’t say Hugo. Because OF COURSE it’s Cesar Chavez! It’s just in the URL because…. um, you know, autocorrect I’m sure. You’re such a dolt. Just another fake Christian faking outrage that somebody else is practicing Religious Freedom, as in not celebrating a Christian holiday. I guess you not only think America is a Christian nation, but apparently this is a Christian planet.

    • TocksNedlog

      No no, it’s partly an a$$hole nation as well.

      • Gene Monroe

        If you’ll leave, we can decrease that portion of a$$holes a little…

        • TocksNedlog

          So, that “equality” icon; does it still come with a request for tolerance, or have we moved passed that to the ‘demand for acceptance’ stage?

  • http://twitter.com/powercatjeffy71 Jeff G

    The word Easter derives from the word Ishtar, who was the goddess of fertility and sex.

    • Aridianwolfe

      Actually no. Ishtar, while a goddess of fertility, was moreknown as a goddess of love and war. Easter actually cones from Ostara, a Germanic pagan goddess of fertility and the dawn.

  • Laura González

    Really, you people think colored eggs are more Christian than Cesar Chavez? What the hell do eggs have to with the resurrection of Christ? Aren’t colored eggs PAGAN?

  • marcella

    I love google search. CESAR Chavez deserves recognition. you should all commemorate Jesus sacrifiCE EVERY DAY. You people are ignorant and self righteouS. now go to church for your annual visit.

  • Guest

    To those ranting about Hugo Chavez and “anti-American dictator” nonsense…

    Try looking up Cesar Chavez (even on Bing). You might learn something about a great American.

    • guest

      Really these people have no idea what they are talking about. Cesar Chavez lived his entire life in humility and service. He was not just an American hero, but also a devoted Christian. He lived a faithful life, and did a heck of a lot more for others in service of God than switching search engines.

      • Susu

        Yes, those conservatives know a thing or two about keyboard courage! Bing!

  • Guest

    “Correction: Of course, it’s Cesar Chavez, not Hugo. Headline has been fixed!”

    This line say’s IT ALL. You couldn’t make this stuff up. I can’t wait until all these nutjobs relaize Bing is owned by non-christian, higher tax approving, LEFTIST Bill Gates lol. It Should provide yet another hilarious conservative #meltdown LOLZ, BOOM. Happy nondescript Sunday everyone.

  • http://drdawgsblawg.ca Dr. Dawg

    “Correction: Of course, it’s Cesar Chavez, not Hugo. Headline has been fixed!” Heh. They all look alike, right?

  • joethepleb

    Decorated eggs have as much to do with Easter as Santa Claus has to Christmas. Basically nothing, but commercialization.

    • Bill123

      You can’t juggle Santas, and there is only one anyway. It isn’t like rabbits and eggs at all. Comeon.

  • Waterhou5e

    Sigh. Another day, another opportunity for manufactured outrage over a perceived slight.

  • eggier than thou

    So if eggs are the new symbol for Christ, does this answer the chicken and egg question?

  • MiddleofRoad

    Aren’t conservatives supposed to respect others choices, as long as it doesn’t affect them? Google is a business, what do you care what they chose to do? Grow up. And Bing with decorated Easter eggs? That’s a secular symbol Christians decide to spin and create some story behind to support their beliefs. Just like how they do with Christmas and Santa Clause. Sounds like conservatives are just as bad as the libs no difference here..

  • TRAV15T

    Yeah, like there isn’t enough reminders out there that today is Easter…

  • Massive Kegals

    I think the majority of you idiots are thinking of “Hugo Chavez.” Cesar Chavez is a different person entirely.

  • Susu

    What’s wrong with you people? First you rant angianst the wrong brown man (nice one Michelle Malkin- Hugo and Cesar are not the same people). Then you correct the name but keep the rant. Cesar Chavez was a christian who fought to protect poor people who did not have a voice or any power. Sounds like Cesar Chavez was trying to walk the walk in Christ’s footprints- and what a nice coincidence that his birthday is on Christs day of ressurection. Again, why are you pissed off? Bing shows easter eggs- a secular symbol of what the EASTER BUNNY brings to children in baskets filled with candy. I can’t stop laughing at you all.

    • des111168

      “I can’t stop laughing at you all”…. That’s because you’re a fool who is proud of his foolishness.

  • AlmaAlma

    I moved to Bing ages ago.

    • Bill123

      Good for you Alma! Have you taken Bill Gates’ vow of poverty?

      • AlmaAlma

        lol, at the time I didn’t know it was Microsoft. I’m not a huge fan of Bill Gates and have been looking at other brands, but I look at it this way, let the big guns duke it out free market style and then lets leave them both

  • Keith Woodward

    You can omit Christianity from some signpost somewhere, its no big deal..

  • http://www.facebook.com/irish.jimmy.7 Irish Jimmy

    I Know a lot of people think that it is ok what google has done but why would they would they celebrate the MOON FESTIVAL/ Mid Autumn festival ???? and not something as important as the end of the Berlin Air Lift on September 30th 2012??? I geuss it really has to do with which religion I think.

    • Susu

      Cesar Chavez a devout Christian and a pretty big deal in American History- his birthday just happens to fall on Easter this year. Again, he walked the walk and modelled life under the principles of Jesus teachings. Jeez, just admit it if Paul Harvey’s birthday happens to fall on Easter and Google noted it, you would not be in such a rage.

      • lonestar

        Yeah, it was so Christ like to have your workers pee on the grapes and vegetables before the gringos eat them.

        • Susu

          link and reference please to Cesar Chavez or migrant workers urinating on grapes. While you are at it, this doesn’t upset you I would guess.
          http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-7087361.html

        • Susu

          or watch the original. Christ be with you (clearly he is not)

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJTVF_dya7E

        • Bill123

          Yes, and counting down to number one and this week we have lonestar in the number numbnuts spot with his remake of the Tommy Makem classic, “I’m a Dumb Drunk bigot from Skull Hollow.”

      • nc

        Trust me, it would be just as upsetting if Paul Harvey’s picture was shown instead of Chavez. If you don’t get that, then you’ve missed the point.

        • Bill123

          Stand by for news! Jesus Christ, Google serves a billion Muslims, so did they do a doodle for Mohammad?

          How about Christmas? Is Google obligated to hit every Christan observance, and only one each of everyone else on Earth?

          Holy cow, Google isn’t a tent at your county fair.

    • Bill123

      “but why would they would they celebrate the MOON FESTIVAL/ Mid Autumn festival ???”

      At first, I thought that “would they would they” was a brain fart, but seeing the ??? that followed, it is probably just the way you talk, maybe about the religion you think you thnk.

  • Brock Keeling

    Pro tip, mental giants: If you don’t like it, use another service. Google is a) free and b) no one is forcing you to use it. Voila. Problem solved. The noted technology company’s decision to use a real-life figure, as opposed to a fictional (though important) one, isn’t worthy of feigned rightwing indignation.

  • withavengeance

    Amen! Im switching to Bing. Dang it Google I’m going to miss you. P.s. you now suck ,Google

  • http://twitter.com/cyndija cyndija

    ask.com has bunnies and eggs! ask has been my go to search engine for a while now. Boo Google!

  • Jeffrey Banks

    Does the plethora of ignorace on these comments boards nauseate anyone else as much as it does me?

    • Wes Melton

      Generally, anytime religion is discussed like this, the ignorance and intolerance is astounding!

    • Bill123

      These people know nothing about juggling. There is an old Irish tradition that says when the Romans were taking Christ down the stone path, he tried a few tricks to get on their good side. Eggs were close by, and some rabbits, and he kept them at bay juggling eggs and bunnies like that for about 20 minutes. One of the Romans said, “Can you do it with these stickers on your head?” and when he started breaking eggs, they said he was an amateur and made him quit.

  • http://www.swift2.blogspot.com Swift2

    On Easter — early this year, by a lunar calendar — we can’t spare a thought for Cesar Chavez Day, which is always March 31 in California? I believe Mr. Chavez was a Christian. More Christian than colored eggs.

  • uofazwildkitty

    Orthodox eggs on Western Easter, close Bing. But they are lovely!

  • WoZ

    So seriously you people think equating Jesus to Chocolate eggs is somehow more revering than Ceasar Chavez.

  • $8203344

    I switched to Bing years ago due to a similar poor choice and never looked back, nor do I miss it. This stunt will cause me to avoid them and cancel all business with them.

  • $8203344

    I switched to Bing years ago due to a similar poor choice and never looked back, nor do I miss it. This stunt will cause me to avoid them and cancel all business with them.

  • Christine Hatcher

    Cesar Chavez’s work was based off his
    Christian (Catholic beliefs); he worked for those less fortunate than him. In a
    speech he stated:

    “When we are really honest with ourselves, we must admit that our lives are all that belong to us. So, it is how we use our lives that determines what kind of people we are. It is my deepest belief that only by giving our lives do we find life. I am convinced that the truest act of courage, the strongest act of humanness, is to sacrifice ourselves for others in a totally non-violent struggle for justice. To be truly alive is to suffer for others. God help us to be truly alive!”

    While this whole controversy seems like a waste of time, if one is going to look at this from a religious perspective they should prefer his face to a secular Easter Bunny any day.

  • Christine Hatcher

    Cesar Chavez’s work was based off his
    Christian (Catholic beliefs); he worked for those less fortunate than him. In a
    speech he stated:

    “When we are really honest with ourselves, we must admit that our lives are all that belong to us. So, it is how we use our lives that determines what kind of people we are. It is my deepest belief that only by giving our lives do we find life. I am convinced that the truest act of courage, the strongest act of humanness, is to sacrifice ourselves for others in a totally non-violent struggle for justice. To be truly alive is to suffer for others. God help us to be truly alive!”

    While this whole controversy seems like a waste of time, if one is going to look at this from a religious perspective they should prefer his face to a secular Easter Bunny any day.

  • http://www.facebook.com/angie.johnson.355744 Angie Johnson

    I’m done with google. Thank you Bing for honoring all of our beliefs! Beautiful picture – makes one think of the nations … with all the color and diversity and beauty inherent

    • Susu

      Um, you do know that Bing is owned by Microsoft, which is owned by Bill Gates who is, wait for it…….LIBERAL, but wait there is more…he does not identify himself as an atheist. he is not a believer, but respects people who do. Wow, how tolerant of him. LMAO. Time to move to Christian and white Australia? Hell Yeah!

    • Bill123

      That Bill Gates loves you, Angie. Can you sponsor a starving African child from one of the communist African nations that Gates is training to take you over?

  • http://www.facebook.com/angie.johnson.355744 Angie Johnson

    I’m done with google. Thank you Bing for honoring all of our beliefs! Beautiful picture – makes one think of the nations … with all the color and diversity and beauty inherent

  • dackmont

    Why is it that some religious people take it as some kind of insult when others simply don’t observe their beliefs? Insecure much?

  • Sonya A. Willis

    Looking at Bing it’s showing boxing gloves. Stupid on Google’s part and they need to feel the sting.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dennis.oneil.7 Dennis O’Neil

    Does anybody remember how a Rabbit with eggs became a celebration of Easter?

  • Dhruv Arora

    jeez, some people are just like overgrown babies. i can’t believe people are actually offended about something so silly.

  • http://www.facebook.com/GeRmzCar Jerry Ramirez

    what do fucking eggs have to do with easter? Damn you people are so stupid, the eggs and the rabbit are symbols for fertility rites from Babylon and Germanic traditions.. In other words Pagan religions.. But again most of the Christian holidays are based on paganism O_o

    • Bill123

      I can’t picture Germans fucking eggs.

  • Jeffery Sargent

    Oh for the love of the god of your choice – no business is required to decorate up for a holiday. It’s not like there’s any shortage of places you can get your Easter-fill, nor do I turn to Google for my holiday indoctrination. Take a chill pill, enjoy your holiday the way you like without demanding someone else do so in the exact same way. I grew up in central California, so Caesar Chavez is a familiar, if under celebrated, sight – it’s not like ANYONE is going to forget it was Easter today.

  • hikikomorihime
  • significant

    these people are stupider than bricks, Bing is aweful.

  • significant

    Also, wtf are you talking about, because of the Google’s misguided tribute? Caesar Chavez was Catholic, and he was a great man who followed in Christs likeness and gave every moment of his life to help the poor, people like Malkin and clearly her idiot followers have done everything they can to suppress them.

  • jeffrey doering

    Easter, just like virtually ALL Christian holidays, are re-branded pagan/roman/name-whatever-religion-they-were trying-to-replace holidays. Just do a bare minimum of research. That’s all you need to do

  • Trob

    Google honors a great civil rights leader, Bing posts the most Pagan of Easter symbols and the Christian right is ok with that. It might be interesting to note Google has only changed the logo ONE TIME for Easter before in 2000. Suddenly the outrage? Racist much?

  • Ima Winnah

    Hugo’s brother? We got machines to do the work of 50 wetbacks nowadays.

  • neatjunk

    Cesar Chavez was more Christian than most of the people on this site. He dedicated his life to helping the poor.

  • Dennis Sweatt

    It’s hard to believe in this age people still argue over who was stupider than who. Who indeed. http://sweattshop-graphic-artist.blogspot.com/2013/03/do-artists-work-for-free.html

  • http://twitter.com/deltatech7 Delta Web

    Normally I hate microsoft but after what Google just did, I am heading to bing anyway!

  • Tanisha

    But eggs have nothing to do with Resurrection Sunday so how is that any better?

  • KnownUnknowns

    The irony is that bing is MIcrosoft and Bil Gates is a liberal!
    BWahahahahahahahaha ?!!
    these teabaggers just cant win.

  • Kay1217

    So in summary– Ultra conservative hissy fitters: “Google’s making us learn something. Hmph. But on Bing…. ooh!!! Pretty pretty eggs!!”

  • $48245650

    Bing is part of Microsoft though and they support gays…

  • Al Mal

    I’m Jewish, and took offense to that, as an American.

  • http://twitter.com/jcrenergy R glen

    I will delete Google as soon as I get out of here.. How pathetic.

  • aaa

    holy what google the best and theirs no dout about it bing sucks