Google Search for 'Missing Snake'

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NEW YORK -- This was one search that you couldn't just Google. A Google employee python went missing over the weekend in Google's sprawling Manhattan office, sending search teams on an all-out snake hunt. The searchers scoured the complex for the 3-foot-long snake and finally found the serpent, known as Kaiser, on Monday night.

You can't Bring Cats to Google, but you allow snakes to run/slither around in the office?
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would we list this story if

would we list this story if it was a pet snake loose in a small accounting firm in Brighton?
seems to me like it is news because is is about Google

The story here, if there is

The story here, if there is one, is how bad the judgement was of the Google employee who brought the snake to work and then was incompetent enough to let it escape. Hopefully he's been fired now and Google can get on with enhancing our user experience, by world domination.

I agree about the snake,

I agree about the snake, Brad. Who brings a snake to work, let alone lets it get loose?

be fair

I hear snakes are buggers for slipping their leads and legging it.

They don't allow cats - but pythons are ok

I donno about you guys... but if someone brought in a python to work, and then proceeded to allow it to run around in the offices... I would seriously consider allowing the employee to spend the rest of the day on monster.com to find a new job.

What I find more interesting about it is the fact that Google does not allow Cats... but python's are cool.

Snakes have been running

Snakes have been running loose in public companies for a long time, this is news? ;)

Cats have better things to do

The Founder

"What I find more interesting about it is the fact that Google does not allow Cats... but python's are cool."

Maybe because Googlers can control dogs and pythons, but not cats!

Cats are intelligent and independent thinkers you know :-)

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I am disappointed. I checked this thread hoping to find some humorous comments about 'Snakes on Plane' and Snakes in Google...

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Did google contact Samuel L. Jackson to hunt down the run away reptile???

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