When I want an egg, I don't want something that is not an egg.
Eggs don't have labels on them that say 'EGG'. They are still eggs.
Someone can put the label 'EGG' on a rock, but that doesn't make it an egg.
Most rocks don't carry the label 'NOT EGG' on it. This also does not make them eggs.
It might be that I find a whole bunch of egg-shaped things labeled 'EGG' where there were only rocks before. If this happens I promise I will run some tests before I start lowering the price of omelettes.
What's this all about then?
Well, I found something on Google. It was clearly generated content that was generated poorly. It is a very high search result for the thing I was looking for.
Google isn't responsible for that, I realize.
It just makes me wonder why someone spends money (they clearly spent some money to build this thing) that is untested and wrong. Why do you do that?
My name is Jonathan Fries. I work for Exadel, Inc. Exadel is a great company, with great people all around the world. I currently lead the Boulder, CO, USA office.