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Rarely is the question asked 'Is our bureaucrats learning?'

Fun with referral logs…

Surfing from a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services computer (hhs.gov) came the following google search:

geroge washington and cannibis

Fortunately, teh Google was smart enough to take help them find my Why is Marijuana Illegal? page, despite my use of correct spelling.

Update: OK, I apologize for making fun of the bureaucrat’s spelling. I was trying to break things up a little. I guess I’ll have to go back to talking about dead dogs.

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8 comments to Rarely is the question asked ‘Is our bureaucrats learning?’

  • kaptinemo

    Oh, yes, they know where to get factual information, alright. But the ‘anti-drug’ bureaucrats can’t ever properly attribute the source, lest they risk ideological contamination in the eyes of their peers.

    Which makes them no better than the old Commie-ssars (misspelling intentional) fearing being slapped with the ‘counter-revolutionary’ paintbrush. Sad, really.

  • Pete Lyons

    Hi Pete. I’m a fan but I don’t understand mocking an honest mistake.

  • OK, Pete, I understand, but to spell BOTH George and Cannabis wrong, when there were only four words? You gotta allow me a little fun now and then.

    It’s also to point out that the people in the .gov domains don’t possess any magic knowledge that’s beyond us. They’re just regular Joes, many of whom may be way less informed about areas of their job than we are.

    It says that we shouldn’t and can’t depend on the dot-govs to save us. We have to do it ourselves.

  • claygooding

    This search was probably done by some low level government employee.waiting on the quit bell and bored to tears.
    The upper echelon bureaucrats are too busy thinking of ways to increase their budgets and line their pockets to take the time to learn anything.

  • Bruce

    Are our hours ours?
    tick tick
    been twenty five years since I did some relaxin’n’fishin.
    Forgotten what it was like. Siggggggh

  • Chris

    I don’t put any effort into spelling my search terms correctly anymore because google is also my spellchecker. I wouldn’t hold it against them.

  • Cannabis

    At least they did not use the all too common Canibus, who is the rapper, not the genus of the plant.

  • Maria

    I chuckled. +1 Back to the regular scheduled doom and gloom now.