I type in http://google.com, I get a blank page on my Droid. Laying down a bookmark reveals that I've been redirected to "http://www.google.com/m?client=ms-android-verizon".
Google: Stop this worthless-ass bullshit NOW.
You stupid-ass, fuck-tarded morons. You really did this? REALLY?
Nobody wants a "mobile" web browser. Nobody wants to see your ugly-ass, half-broken "mobile" site. IT CHOKES ON TEN THOUSAND BUCKETS OF COCK.
AND EVERYBODY IN THE ENTIRE WORLD KNOWS THIS. EXCEPT (APPARENTLY) YOU.
Been a while since I used <font size=9>...
The bigger question is, do you think Google and Verizon will give a goddamn? I, myself, do not. I believe Google has some kind of backroom deal going with Verizon to redirect Droid traffic to certain pages. And they don't give a damn if nobody likes it, or if it ruins people's ability to use Google, because there's big bucks involved.
So, as usual, I'm just howling at the moon here... because I just enjoy howling at the moon.
I guess my Droid goes back to the Verizon store TOMORROW.
Edit: I recommend Droid owners set a bookmark at:
Now that I have workaround, I'll give Google a little more time to fix this problem...
(In the mean time: The physical keyboard space bar will go down a page in the web browser. Shift-Space goes back a page.)