"Google Answers" removes "the Big Apple"
Bapopik at AOL.COM
Bapopik at AOL.COM
Wed May 26 03:09:28 UTC 2004
Google is a disgrace. This should be reported somewhere. Google should be embarrassed for this. Are you listening, Gersh Kuntzman?
Someone asked about "A day late and a dollar short," and the Google Answer team came up with a bad answer. I reposted my ADS-L answer, adding a brief intro about what the American Dialect Society is. Google removed the answer and told me it was "spam." Spam--like the scholarly, non-profit American Dialect Society was some penis enlargement ad.
Gerald Cohen wrote to the Google Answers team, and the "day late and dollar short" answer is back on--without any explanation of the ADS.
Today, my "Big Apple" answer was removed. I had the temerity to tell them that "the Big Apple" doesn't come from whores, that a Google search mechanism that gives this as the first answer is not good, and to give a link to the Mayor of New York City's web site.
Google Answers told me that comments cannot be critical of Google!
(PARKING VIOLATIONS LINE OF THE DAY--"It's ten degrees warmer in this room than it is outside. Do you have to always wear a suit?")
Subj: Your comment/clarification on question #349717
Date: 5/25/2004 9:39:20 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: Google Answers Editors <answers-editors at google.com>
To: Bapopik at aol.com, answers-editors at google.com
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Your comment on question ID 349717, titled "Re: New York Big Apple", has been removed from Google Answers because it was unprofessional in nature or tone.
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