Google Drops Some ‘Upper Decker’ Knowledge (Courtesy Of Another Parked Domain)

By: Chris Crum - April 25, 2014

Remember that story from the other day about Google’s questionable “answers” as it relies on websites to fill in the gaps in “knowledge” that its proper Knowledge Graph can’t answer?

Well this one’s just funny.

Just think of the traffic Urban Dictionary is missing out on. Oh, and the source is a parked domain again. Seriously, read this.

Thanks, phillytown.com/glossaryhtm!

Via Gizmodo

Image via Google

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  • wertwert

    Strange… “Upper Decker” is also what Google calls the ad block that appears above the organic search results.

  • wertwert

    Well, someone just used xrumer for the first time.