'Veteran's Day' Google Doodle Results In 'Did You Mean' Results

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Google has a doodle up for Veterans Day. Interestingly, clicking it takes you to a search for "Veteran's Day" with an apostrophe, complete with a "Did you mean: Veterans Day" prompt.

I'm sure it's a common error, and Google does return results for "Veterans Day," but I can't see I've ever seen Google point a doodle to a search that required a "did you mean".

If you'll notice on the image of the homepage, Google is displaying a link under the search box. This takes you to a Google Careers page for veterans, which Google says, "make great Googlers."

From there, veterans can find more info on opportunities in engineering, infrastructure and data centers, sales, operations, etc., including how to apply.

This morning, Google is also displaying a bar at the top of the screen asking people to donate to help fight Ebola.

Image via Google

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