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Google is scaring me! Anyone seen it today? Thoughts?

Google is scaring me! Anyone seen it today? Thoughts?


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You should be!
Back in April of 2003 Google Watch warned of suspected connections between Google, the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.


This is highly likely as the CIA has been developing partnerships and providing funding to many companies in the private sector.

Who is In-Q-Tel?

In-Q-Tel: A New Partnership Between the CIA and the Private Sector:


The "private sector corporation" known as the CIA has an asset known as In-Q-Tel. The CIA owned In-Q-Tel Corporation provides funding to those who are willing to work with them, giving those prepared to snoop on you a substantial advantage over their free market competitors:

Portfolio firms with successful technologies may enjoy a strategic advantage (resulting from In-Q-Tel funding, technical input, or the prospect of marketing their products to the CIA) as their products enter the commercial marketplace.

Source: http://www.scribd.com/doc/40877871/CIA-in-Q-TEL-Applicability


Transcript and sources:

Watch the full report here: (18 mins)


Google IS big brother (part 1):


Google IS big brother (part 2):


I get your point 2012R3volut1on

Google does do regular tributes. Why today though, it isn't his birthday?
Take your psych test and share your answers on Facebook (and with the NSA)....although I'm sure
My answers would be considered sane....no thanks (I don't even do Facebook)

I know many will say paranoid, but do you really want to give a criminal federal government this sort of ammo to use against you? Many people also didn't believe all of our communications were tracked and monitored via the black widow super computer, until the computers and software got far better and a whistleblower came forward.

Ok correction

It is his birthday, but i still don't trust those google fuckers!



Don't be scared of it; ignore it.

On Facebook:
Personal ProfilePolitical GroupPolitical Page


.....Google is scaring you?


They do this type of stuff a

They do this type of stuff a lot. When it's a famous person's birthday (usually already dead), they change the format of the page to match it with something related to that person. It's a fun way for friends to share their thoughts about a random ink blot test; it's completely harmless.

Always good to hear from the "cookie" section.

is it really possible to pickle a lime?
Lime goes well with coconut, I hear.

Rorschach kitten asks...


I think what Google did was funny.

Btw, I can't believe that that song has popped up twice in my life in the last ten minutes! http://www.dailypaul.com/270001/time-for-my-nightly-jam-sess...

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

Wow. With all the government

Wow. With all the government and NSA spying stuff going on, Google goes and does something like this.

Now the big question: is Google saving the answers to the psychological question and is it connected to your official or unofficial profile?


I hope millions of people

I hope millions of people answer it with "ink blot."

It's only a cloud

What are you so scared of?


The Diamond Dog is a real cool cat. | Reporting on the world from an altitude of 420.

GOOGLE and psychiatry mixed?

your Government is taking over "healthcare" and despite "inventing" the internet and running it's backbone. cannot even get their own showcase website to work?
not to worry, soon they will be able to medicate you for that.
the FED probably owns GOOGLE.
why would any of that bother you?


Who can it be now?


When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir


I hope no one provides them with feedback!
It's a psychiatrist's dream come true.

Refresh changes the inkblot image.


Today is the birthday of Hermann Rorschach...

father of the famous 'inkblot' test.

Also the name of a character in the 'Watchmen' comix series.

Pandas can't drive.