Mysterious Google Barges Seen On East, West Coasts

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Mysterious Google Barges Seen On East, West Coasts

Many are speculating that two mysterious barges containing four-story structures, one docked in Portland, ME and another in San Francisco, are owned by tech giant Google and may contain floating data centers or promotional Google Glass store locations. What do you think?

  • “Ooh, a new barge! This is exciting!”

    Gavin Cabral
    Webmaster
  • “That’s genius. Could there be a more secure location than an open barge at sea?”

    Lisbeth Crowe
    Unemployed
  • “Oh, man. Now even a data center has gone on a cruise before me.”

    Richard Santoro
    Histologist