1000 words: Google says it’s “Lee Park”; it must be true!

| February 5, 2018 | 2 Comments

A February 5, 2018 Google search for “Lee Park, Charlottesville” brings up a map option. Click on the map, and Google, itself the guardian of all knowledge, declares the park formerly known as Lee Park, once again is known as “Robert Edward Lee Park.” If Google says it, it must be true, right?


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2 Comments on "1000 words: Google says it’s “Lee Park”; it must be true!"

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  1. Al says:

    Not for long. Heads will roll in Googleville. ;)

  2. Forbes Kennedy says:

    Replacing tarps on statues at Robert E. Lee Park–inexpensive

    Listening to the idiots at NBC self-destruct at the Olympics (Ramo, Couric)–priceless

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