Google Respects Your Privacy (If You’re a Colonel)

We all know that Google Street View values the privacy of the luchador crowd. But it turns out Google also hides the faces of colonels with secrets whose factories convert chickens into weapons of mass destruction tasty snacks, as we see here on Duboce & Guerrero (thankfully not in the Mission).

The irony here: given their questionable meat content (and uncomfortable proximity to taquerias), Taco Bell really is the one that ought to be blurred out.  But it’s a bell, not the dog, so I am not sure how effective that would be. Or maybe it’s a witness protection program for the Colonel?

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One Comment on “Google Respects Your Privacy (If You’re a Colonel)”

  1. This place needs to be a designated landmark. Many fine orange cheese memories made here. Sigh.

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