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Helpful Tip for Obamaniacs: Turn Off Google’s ‘Auto Complete’ Feature Before Searching For Info About Your Hero

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By Doug Powers  •  August 14, 2010 01:35 PM

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By way of Moonbattery, it’s time once again for “Fun with Google’s ‘auto-complete’ feature.”

If you’re a fan of the president, you might want to just turn it off:

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That really happens. Go try it yourself. I hear Chris Matthews uses it as his version of “thinking about baseball” when he wants to stave off a premature Obamagasm.

Google lets Joe Biden off a little lighter, but not much:

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If you still count yourself among the rapidly diminishing number of Hope & Change Kool Aid drinkers, you might find the Rainbows, Gumdrops & Unicorns withdrawal somewhat uncomfortable — so here’s a little cyber Methadone to help quell the shakes and take you back to the good old days:

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