|Why aren't you reusing the international May 1, 2013 Labor Day logo for the U.S. Labor Day today?||—Steve—||9/1/13 11:22 PM|
I just noticed that for U.S. Labor Day, you just have the generic U.S. flag in the bottom of the page like you do for Veterans Day, Memorial Day, etc. But on May 1, 2013, you put up a pretty cool doodle for Labor Day in other countries (Brazil, Italy, etc.).... so why aren't you reposting that in the U.S. today?
It's not too late... you changed the Indian Independence Day logo colors in the middle of the day a few weeks ago due to complaints... no reason you can't put up the Labor Day doodle a bit late today, seems like an oversight to me. Just because the U.S. is a "more important" country than all those others to Google, doesn't mean you can't "copy" the doodle originally used in other countries for our Labor Day.
Here it is:
|Re: Why aren't you reusing the international May 1, 2013 Labor Day logo for the U.S. Labor Day today?||bluequoll||9/2/13 12:57 AM|
Google doesn't repeat Doodles.
|Re: Why aren't you reusing the international May 1, 2013 Labor Day logo for the U.S. Labor Day today?||Nicholson - Virginia||9/2/13 5:19 AM|
Google is pathetic when it comes to noticing days in American History like Labor Day & Verterans Day. That's why I changed my home page and no longer use Google. I never have understood why Google wants to take a stand to slap Americans in the face when it comes to showing respect to the United States but going far and beyond on home pages for things in history nobody gives two rips about.
Google, get it together for our great country!