A disgruntled pigeon employed to sort search results for Google has hacked into Google’s California servers, using them to alter users’ results and confuse the general populace.
The blogosphere has already lit up about a change to Google’s ‘favicon’ – the icon one sees in their address bar when visiting a website. We believe this is the first step in the pigeon’s ultimate plan to take over the world.
Google officials stated this morning that they do not know where the pigeon is operating from, but suspect it may be hidden inside a server rack in their Mountain View, California headquarters.
Employees hope to lure the bird with trails of seed and ‘seductive’ birdcalls whose English translation we cannot publish. If this method fails, Google co-founder Larry Page said: “We will be forced to censor the bird, like we do in China.”
Meanwhile, we recommend firing a weapon into the air wildly to pass the time.