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Doing some research on Pirates this evening, I stumbled upon an interesting gem of a website called Google Pirate.
The concept behind the site? Use the power of Google to scour every corner of the internet for exactly what you need:
I got a fever! And the only prescription.. is more cowbell!
This is definitely a useful website for many reasons… but before you fear (the reaper) getting your “Arrr” on, take a look at the legal disclaimer from the Google Pirate website:
This website is completely compliant with the DMCA. Before you send off emails, be aware that this site has a legal use and does not condone copyright infringement or intellectual theft in any way. This website does not contain any illegal material, nor does it even contain direct links to illegal material. It is designed using Google’s Custom Search tools to narrow search results down to filetypes to remove unwanted sites that aren’t related to the client’s search.
This website is not affiliated with Google. “Google” is a trademarked name of Google Inc. “Google Pirate” is not a trademark name/url and is only named such due to the relevancy of the word Google.
The use of the word “Pirate” does not imply that we condone piracy. Its simply because we think pirates are awesome.
I completely agree, Pirates are awesome and in times like this, I remember the words of Bruce Dickinson:
“Easy, guys… I put my pants on just like the rest of you – one leg at a time. Except, once my pants are on, I make gold records.”
I’m telling you – you’re gonna want that cowbell on the track! Babies.. before we’re done here.. y’all be wearing gold-plated diapers.
What does that mean you’re asking yourself? Never question Bruce Dickinson! Roll it!
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