SEARCH FOR DHS PA SCHOOL EXERCISED DENIED IN REAL TIME BY GOOGLE LAST NIGHT DURING H&H SHOW LAST NIGHT

Hi Steve,

Two things to tell you about.

Yesterday, going to a local small bank for our business, we asked the Bank Manager what happens at the bank if the Gov't shuts down? What he said was a bit contrary.

First, he said he didn't have any memos from Corporate, and that "the bank would be open for deposits". "But I can't guarantee anything about how long it will take for funds to clear".

When asked about the 2nd statement he said the Fed could change it's clearance requirements at any time, and he thought that could be the only thing that might change in a Gov't shutdown.

Not sure what that means. I was going to ask if we could expect soldiers lining the bank entrance, but decided not to.

Also - during your Monday night broadcast on H+H, you mentioned Hawk's news about the PA school visits by DHS. I decided to Google to see if there were any local reports, being here in PA.

Google returned an Error Page I've never seen before (attached PDF). The search term I used was: DHS PA SCHOOL


Google responded "Google Sorry... We're worry ... ... but your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now. See Google Help for more information. Copyright 2009 Google - Google Home"



I work in IT and have NEVER seen an Error like this before. Attached is the proof. I tired it several times, got same error.

The, instead I input in the search term "Walmart locations", and that immediately worked fine.

So Walmart is OK, but your story subject is rejected as an attack on Google.

I'm very surprised that there would be a LEVEL 1 blockage to this search term, so close to you announcing the subject on the air. (I did the search within a minute or two of you broadcasting the story) TPTB apparently didn't want anyone getting results about your story Hawk told you about PA Schools.

Oct 1, 2013

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