Like millions of others, my home page was the simple Google search page. But lately, it’s been forcing me to Yahoo and you know, it’s just as good a search engine. Google has been accusing me of spamming it and as a result makes me repeat those squiggly letters before it will conduct my query – Not always, but enough to make me give Yahoo a try. This only happens at work, BTW.
I do a couple of dozen of searches on a slow day so it’s irritating. So hello Yahoo, goodbye Google, for now.
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