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Them’s Fightin’ Words.

Google Fight : Make a fight with Googlefight Ok, so the question of the day is – How many wacky applications can Google spawn? You’ll be happy to know that, with the aid of Googlefight, we now know that when push comes to shove comes to fisticuffs, the results are as follows:

Bryn Mawr College beats Mount Holyoke 97,200 to 83,900.

Amazon beats Barnes & Noble 35,100,00 to 1,690,000.

November beats December 33,600,000 to 29,400,000.

and

Amanda Woodward beats Alexis Carrington 45,200 to 11,100.

{ 4 } Comments

  1. Courtney | November 23, 2002 at 11:20 am | Permalink

    Coca-Cola beats Pepsi!!!
    1,050,000 to 986,000…and that doesn’t include all the references to ‘Coke’ on the web…

  2. Courtney | November 23, 2002 at 11:23 am | Permalink

    KELLY BEATS COURTNEY!!!
    By the staggering numbers of:
    9,820,000 to 3,790,000!
    (surely this will prompy Kelly to reply…
    we know she’s ready this…)

    : D

  3. Courtney | November 23, 2002 at 11:23 am | Permalink

    KELLY BEATS COURTNEY!!!
    By the staggering numbers of:
    9,820,000 to 3,790,000!
    (surely this will prompt Kelly to reply…
    we know she’s ready this…)

    : D

  4. Kelly | November 23, 2002 at 12:57 pm | Permalink

    Dear All,

    I’ll avoid gloating over the way in which “Kelly” walloped “Courtney” and just note that:

    William and Mary beats University of Virginia!
    (3,350,000 results vs. 2,350,000 results.)

    I know that some of the “William and Mary” hits would refer to the actual English monarchs — or to any couple named “William and Mary,” for that matter — but still, score one for Williamsburg!

    — Kelly 🙂

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