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Truth in Googling

A while back, I found it amusing that The Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Ownership was showing up in my Google ads. I noticed their ad text said Sensible Gun Laws. So, I Googled up sensible gun laws and the first hit was for the pro-gun Doctors For Sensible Gun Laws. Number 2 is The Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Ownership. Seems The Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Ownership maybe trying to get their misleading Google on.

I generally don’t like Google Bombs but ask that my fellow gunbloggers post the following links on their page:

sensible gun laws

sensible gun laws

And, while we’re at it, let’s add:

ban all guns

ban gun ownership

After all, that is their goal. Don’t be fooled.

7 Responses to “Truth in Googling”

  1. The View From North Central Idaho - Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery Says:

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  2. Moral-Flexibility.Net Says:

    Truth in googling…

    At the suggestion of Say Uncle here’s a google bomb effort to counter the anti-gunners google efforts.
    Sensible gun laws
    Sensible gun laws
    Ban all guns
    Ban gun ownership
    Just doing my part….

  3. The Bitch Girls :: A Gun Suit Going Forward Says:

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  4. USCitizen Says:

    How exactly does the “Google bombing” concept work?

    Sending links to objectionable site seems counterproductive.

    What am I missing?

  5. SayUncle Says:

    google produces search results based on text that surrounds links to a site. A lot of people link here with the text say uncle. Hence, i’m the #1 google for a search for that phrase.

  6. SayUncle » Heh Says:

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  7. yeah yeah sure sure Says:

    Yes Father…

    This seems like a crappy way to do things but I guess you have to fight fire with fire.

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