A Reminder From GVDL

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7 responses to “A Reminder From GVDL

  1. lon a follower

    The same could be said of those who search any article for truth. Without the Holy Spirit and the gift of discernment, the truth can be very elusive.

  2. lon a follower

    The same could be said of those who search any article for truth. Without the Holy Spirit and the gift of discernment, the truth can be very elusive.Pro

  3. I just did exactly what it said. The top fifty at least on Google were flattering to her. On DDG, about 70% are. I think simply searching “Hillary Clinton” is probably to benign to bring up much more than just basic pics…

  4. Bad Attitude

    OK, I just did a Google versus DuckDuckGo image search for “Hillary Clinton,” and didn’t get the stark differences described in the tweet. However, the Google image results seemed to produce neutral to positive images, while DuckDuckGo produced a broad spectrum of images including some unflattering images. However, the most conspicuous difference was that the Google image search produced absolutely NO photoshopped or meme images of Hillary.

    However, a search for “Hillary Clinton meme” produces different but equally unflattering images with both search engines.

    The take-away lesson is this: broad general searches really don’t produce useful results. The more specific the search, the better the search results. And, there are a whole host of reasons to be wary of Google besides their biased search results.

  5. DISCLAIMER: Definitely NOT a Google-fan.

    However, I don’t really find this to be regularly accurate. Google’s search engine simply has more to draw on because of, over time, huge use. Another example or more specifics might be valuable. A search for non-flattering images will yield plenty. (And purposely looking at images of that creature is kinda twisted.) I don’t personally cut myself off completely from functioning stuff, although I do take steps to mitigate some of the krap that the SJW’s want loaded in software – it simply takes a little diligence. Many problems people have are simply embraced by them when they blindly accept default installs. If you’re trusting any of this stuff because they give you little smiley faces & tell you how wonderful you are then just pack your Murse and head to the re-education camp.

    DISCLAIMER #2: ‘Course I have separate stuff for non-mainstream endeavors anyway.

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  7. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.