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Apr 25, 2007 at 8:22am ET by Barry Schwartz
YouTube has a clip
from the popular TV cartoon The Simpsons
showing Marge "googling" herself:
Here’s the clip itself:
"629,000 results. Wow, and all this time I thought ‘googling’ yourself meant
the other thing," exclaims Marge.
She then appears to click into Google Maps to see her house, where husband
Homer is sunbathing naked on a hammock in their backyard.
The clip apparently comes from the most recent episode to air in the US,
called "Marge Gamer." More about that episode
Hat tip to
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Marge’s Google is a lot less powerful than ours:
My favorite line from the episode goes to Lisa. “I’m proud of you mom. You’re like Christopher Columbus, you discovered something millions of people knew about before you.”
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