Google Employs Moonbat Lawnmowers

Moonbatty Google has taken the plunge into overt self-parody:

Last week, Google brought in a herd of goats to mow the grass on its Mountain View, Calif. headquarters rather than using lawnmowers.

The company said that it wanted to take a more “low-carbon” approach with the goats reducing the company’s contribution to air and noise pollution.

You would think such an absurd display of eco-piousness would earn them nothing but praise from other moonbats. But PETA militants can always find a reason to carp,

saying that though they have no problem with letting goats do what they do, they do have concerns about how they were transported and whether they have enough shelter and water.

Not to be outdone in the technology race, Yahoo too has used goats to keep the grass short.

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Coming next: environmentally correct vacuum cleaners.

On a tip from The. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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