As Hybrix posted a while back, Tetris recently reached its 25th anniversary, and in celebration of the fact, they had the Google logo made out of Tetris blocks. Aww, bless. Apparently, some people are rather pissed off about it, because at roughly the same time it was the 65th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. One of these people is conservative columnist Warner Todd Huston. He stated, "Here we are on June 6, 2009 and, in its inimitable way, Google has decided to memorialize the important occasion by adding an image on its homepage depicting... the computer game Tetris. Yes, it's far more important to Google to celebrate the anniversary of the invention of the video game Tetris than to memorialize D-Day. It just warms the heart, doesn't it? "I have to say, though, that this is no departure for Google, a firm that finds it nearly impossible to post images celebrating any American holidays or important milestones in American history. So, what we have here is just one more example of Google's essentially anti-American policies." So choosing not to change their logo for every single American holiday makes them anti-american? Right, er, two questions- does it actually matter what they decide to do, and why would anyone actually give a flying fuck? oh teh noes, Google didnt put teh american flag up, tehy haet america! Give me a break... As for the D-Day thing, I'd be more inclined to celebrate the end of the war myself. D-Day was an great initial victory, but it was only one part of a larger campaign.