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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Vidboy10, Feb 10, 2010.
I thought that Elgoog was quite popular in China, at least for a while. This looks pretty humorous. They even make knock offs of our search engines now!
Elgoog sounds like the Spanish version.
Elgoog is only popular because of the banning of google and the fact that because everything is in reverse it bypasses chinese filters.
how did the Chinese government not catch on??
Gee, this looks familiar. Maybe I'll use it to look up Google.
FYI, the motherland is Africa.
actually it's Russia
No, it's Africa. Africa is where manking first appeared. We then spread out across the globe, evolving into different races along the way.
History: look it up
how come were not all black than??
So...Google pulled out of China, and now...China release a brand new Goojje Fail...how wonderful...
Google did not pull out of china.Read the news post fully.
Fine, considered pulling out of China. I should start being more conservative about half of the news related stuff I post.
Read about this on another site (can't remember which). I wonder how long it'll last in it's current form.
yeah just cos it in a wiki it's real life on this planet didn't start in 1 place it started all over and evolved. if all life started in Africa how come everyone on earth isn't black?
What kind of question is that? That's like asking why everyone from England isn't white. You stated it yourself, people evolved, and in that evolution, gained different skin color.
Oh great, an evolutionist!
Well, that's such a rip, it isn't even funny.
And that said, Back on Topic?
It's still more of a theory than anything, just because Mitochondrial Eve/Adam link back there doesn't mean it's true.
As for Africa being the origin of civilisation, there doesn't seem to be much there now
Well, when I think of Motherland I think of Soviet Russia. But then this article would make no sense, since in Soviet Russia, Google searches you.
Anyway, let's talk about "Goojje", not motherlands
Hehe, this is old news.
??[jie jie] means older sister, not just sister, hence why they chose the name
Gizmondo's reporting is inaccurate, Google China (??) [gu ge] sounds a bit like ?? [ge ge] or older brother. So they've chosen the name as a parody.