Humor: Change your nationality with Google Chrome

Not even out a day as a Beta release Google’s new web browsers already has massive impact on people living in parts of Europe.

If your Belgium, Austrian, Danish, Dutch or from parts of the Czech Republic and Switzerland from now on you’re part of the Greater German Reich. Please send your passport to Google and receive an all new German one instead.

Click on the image below for for the link (see page 13)

link to Google comix

The V8 team – as the comix suggests – might be experts at virtual machines but they definitely slept through most of their geography lessons. And pointing at the drawing mistake certainly does not help. Now black haired guy where on that map might be Denmark and the V8 team?

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