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Google Colors: Why (BRYBGR)?

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Just curious, but does anyone know why Google chose the pattern blue, red, yellow, blue, green, red for their GOOGLE logo colors?  Is there any significant meaning behind this pattern?

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You might want to ask the Google team.

email to press@google.com
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Email to help@google.com

I have got answers emailing there and you should get reply within 24 hrs tho i am not promising that

if you get an answer post it here

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Okay let me see if that works....if they respond.

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try help@google.com <help@google.com>
Can I just mention at this point that after years of misery off our lass, it finally came to light (sic) that it was she who was colour-blind.....

Thank you  (my that felt good)
It's a subliminal message. They're telling us all to BuRY BurGeRs. Why, I cannot say. Who knows what nefarious scheme they're hatching, what diabolical plot is in execution? I fear for us all.

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found it the colors
blue, red, yellow, blue, green, red. (brybgr)

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tomar31,

Wow! Okay, that's the best response yet....but.....wait.....who is 'bill'?

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>> who is 'bill'?

Bill gates

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Thank you Tomar31!
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