Many of you may not have had the pleasure of dealing with the Google gods and their arrogance from being the biggest kid in the playground. Google informed me that they were suspending the listing of my adwords campaign for public safety reasons. I was informed that statements on my website could be misleading to the public. Since when did Google become the public watch dog and concern itself with public safety? I guess I should feel honoured that out of the millions of websites on the world wide web, Google is focusing its attention on my website. Could what I’m saying really be a concern for public safety? Does Homeland Security need to be called in to investigate? Here are the statements that Google found could be misleading and possibly a public safety issue Statement 1: “Lose inches while watching TV”
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If I were to sit and watch TV for a few days and only drink water, I can pretty well guarantee that I would lose weight. I’m not promoting that this is how to lose weight, but Google thinks the statement is not true. Under the Google policies, I need to add a disclaimer stating that not all people will lose weight while watching TV. Do I really have to spell this out? It is true. Conversely,if I were to sit for hours on end and eat greasy burgers, chips and pop for a few days while watching TV, I likely wouldn’t lose weight. If Google had read the next few sentences on my website they would see “I’m going to show you a program that works, even without exercising. I’m not saying you shouldn’t get some exercise, I’m saying that you will start losing even when you don’t have the energy or motivation to exercise.” Statement 2: “Lose inches and pounds with no hunger. Feel full and satisfied.”
The Google representative I spoke with must have been over-weight (50% of Americans are over-weight so I had a 50:50 chance of this being true) and likely has tried a number of diets, because there was no way he believed you could lose weight and not be hungry. I offered for him and others at Google to try the program to test if it was true. He declined the offer. Likely a Google policy prohibits losing weight and not being hungry. I attempted to explain how feeding the body highly nutritious foods will satisfy the brain and cause you to not feel hungry. Feed the body good nutrition with all the essential nutrients your body needs and your body will do the rest. Your body is incredible and given the right nutrition and support will strive to achieve a healthy weight. The Google representative didn’t believe it. So I asked when Google became an expert in healthy weight loss and nutrition. At this point he stopped answering my questions and escalated my case to the Google high authorities, the Googlites. I’m now anxiously awaiting the decision of the Googlite gods to see if my website is a threat to obesity everywhere and the American way of life.