Skip to comments.What's with the Yahoo icon today?
Posted on 03/08/2014 3:27:32 AM PST by Lacey
Is Yahoo celebrating lesbians today? The O's in Yahoo (top left of the page) morph into female symbols every so often.
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Today is International Women’s Day.
isn’t lesbianism a cause for celebration everyday?
I noticed that too.
> Today is International Womens Day.
Yes, comrade, that day when the glorious achievements of the worker women are celebrated throughout the glorious internationale.
I guess that’s what it was on Google too.
Who knew I was being celebrated for being a woman, and I think it was on my burfday too.
Yay me, that is all I can say: yay. me.
When is International Men’s Day?
I wonder if there is an International Misanthrope’s day, I could celebrate that no problem.
You just missed it; February 30.
International Men’s day is the fifth Sunday of every month.
Only if it follows the 6th Tuesday of the month.
Googles was like that yesterday.
Your duty is to keep your mouth shut and be a wage slave. After all, bills need to get paid and who better to pay them then heterosexual white men. So off to work all you heterosexual white men. If you behave yourselves, we'll leave you with enough money to keep a six-pack of beer in the refrigerator and a grill in that backyard that you can cook on. You neanderthal you.
- Signed, the rest of society
The other 364!
You beat me to it. Should have read down the posts.
If they were truly celebrating International Women’s Day, they would have had just the last O as a symbol, not both. Both is celebrating lesbians.
Well I guess this is a good a time and place as any to make this public.
The Constitution of the Republic of Maine, which would take effect immediately upon a successful completion of the secession vote June 12, 2018, does not allow women to vote in national elections, voting on the national level is restricted to only those men in the Militia. For Maine to get involved, in any way, in a foreign war, one off the soil or out of the territorial limits of the Republic of Maine, would require a 75% affirmative vote of Militia members 21 and over.
International Women’s Day
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