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While some Christians spent Easter Sunday worshipping in church, some ever-vigilant crusaders spent the day waving torches and brandishing pitchforks at Google for posting the most egregious, anti-jesus, offensive and blatantly anti-Christian doodle of all time.

Behold the evil below the fold - if you dare!

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That's right, with obvious malicious intent, Google didn't post a suitable doodle honoring Christians on Easter Sunday. In fact they didn't do anything! Leaving the iconic Google doodle in its original form leaves little doubt in some good Christian minds that the tech giant is playing an active role in the War on Christianity.

The Evil Bastards! They ruined the internet on Easter!

And don't think for a moment that Christians didn't get pretty hopped up about it!

The play by play from Google forums:

Kyle's a man of few words. He gets right to the point.
ABC News is really pissd off and Greg has become a Christian Doodle Advocate!
Ah. Sisserydoo has got the sads, but Billy thinks she's first class!
Caroline clearly sees a vast, left-wing atheist conspiracy!
Timmy ain't playing with Google no more!
And so on, and so on, and so on.....

And then the wonderful, worldwide internet woke up in all its snarky glory on 4/20 and restored my faith in humanity.

But Billy wasn't about to let him have the last word:
But then Google Face brought it all home:
Whewww! That was exhausting.
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Originally posted to One Last Scandal on Wed Apr 23, 2014 at 11:29 AM PDT.

Also republished by Progressive Atheists.

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