Today marks the 238th birthday of the United States Marine Corps, but you wouldn’t know that from using Google.
As many of you know, Google honors important figures, birthdays, and events by placing a banner– or “doodles”– above their search engine where their logo appears. Not today, though. It’s almost as if the people who fight for freedom don’t deserve any acknowledgment.
Here’s what Google looks like as of 12 p.m today:
Let’s not forget this is also the same Google who chose to honor Cesar Chavez instead of Easter.
Happy 238th birthday to the United States Marine Corps.
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