Googling a medical issue can feel like falling down an endless black hole of links
Google plays doctor by identifying your medical symptoms
Google’s mobile site as well as its iOS and Android apps will introduce a feature that aims to track down information on medical symptoms. Instead of having to search for a condition, you can search for a certain symptom, such as “my stomach hurts.”
In response, Google provides an overview of potential conditions, possible treatments, directions on how to get more information online and which type of doctor may be able to help.
In the 90-second McCafé commercial, the subject’s father apparently rejects his son’s homosexual revelation, pounding a fist on the table and quickly exiting the scene, leaving the boy alone and downtrodden.
On the table there is a cup of coffee on which the son has scribbled “I like boys,” as translated by the China news site Shanghaiist.
Eventually, the father returns with a cup of coffee of his own. He then takes the boy’s cup in his hands and jots a few more characters on the exterior, changing the written statement to say,
I always tell myself no more about this clown. Yet, he again comes out with stuff that continues to baffle me. I can’t wrap my mind (maybe I have a small brain) around the fact that this “person” continue to spew out things that are so despicable and so unbelievable.
At the same time, he’s the current front runner for the nomination for president of America for the GOP party.
Donald Trump is trying to clean up a racially charged controversy Monday after he refused to disavow former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke over the weekend.
“I was sitting in a house in Florida, with a bad earpiece,” the brash billionaire told NBC’s “Today” show. “I could hardly hear what he’s saying. I hear various groups. I don’t mind disavowing anyone. I disavowed Duke the day before at a major conference.”
When asked about his comments on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Trump blamed a “bad earpiece.”