Google Maps Implements New Semantic Search with a Brooklyn Accent

Even after staring at Maps for so many years, sometimes Map search results can still bring a smile particularly when it sounds like my grandmother. The search for Dui Lawyer Long Island (the dirty bums :) ) brought back this Brooklyn Semantic Search result (with the emphasis on the G):

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5 thoughts on “Google Maps Implements New Semantic Search with a Brooklyn Accent”

  1. That’s hilarious. It’s true, if you say it the way they have spelled it, it really does sound like a New York accent.

  2. I have a very similar issue, my listing was flagged for months and still is but its showing up in local search. I find it strange that it shows up but is still flagged in the LBC

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