Was 2017 the year we didn’t Google the obvious? Like how to become a racist?

Google tells us that the world’s quest for information (as manifest in its search questions) were basic and profound. How does one become a firefighter? Run for office? Be a good parent? And on and on and on.

I tell you what’s pretty striking about that list of questions.

No one seems to have asked Google search (or at least they’re not popularizing these questions):

how does one become a racist

how does one become a bigot

how does one become a man who’s insanely fearful that women may become too dominant?

Is that because we don’t need to ask such things, they’re within us and we just know?

Originally published at www.rashmee.com on January 4, 2018.

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