Once again, Google has ignored the sacrifices made on the beaches of Normandy.
The first drive-in movie theater opened 79 yrs ago today. Grab some popcorn & celebrate w/ a video doodle in the US http://t.co/v3SeIw6n
— Google (@google) June 6, 2012
Guess the 68th anniversary of D-Day isn’t a barrel of kitschy laughs like a good drive-in flick.
Someone explain to me why google isn't honoring DDay as their homepage…?
— Mallory Factor II (@MalFII) June 6, 2012
— BrianB (@newshutr) June 6, 2012
Wow on the Longest Day, Google decides to honor… the drive-in movie theater? WTF?!?! #DDay
— David Transou (@davidthe4th) June 6, 2012
Google, you are asses. That is all. #DDay
— Allysen (@ADPEfferson) June 6, 2012
— arieliondotcom (@arieliondotcom) June 6, 2012
While Google celebrates the Drive-In Theatre. Let us remember this day of incredible bravery and sacrifice http://t.co/ymQoh8Pc
— Steve Clarke (@TheSteveClarke) June 6, 2012
In 2009, Google memorialized Tetris on the anniversary of D-Day. After coming under criticism, there was no special doodle in 2010 and 2011, just the usual Google logo.
Hey, here’s an idea, Google:
— Neon Robin (@neonrobin) June 6, 2012
Or better yet:
— Jess Nuñez (@jess_nnz) June 6, 2012