Video: Let's face it. There's no one in the world who knows you quite as well as Google does. It's the only place we'll get truly, uncomfortably intimate, revealing every bodily function, personal secret, bizarre question, and government-watch-list-worthy keyword. Now imagine if, instead of an inanimate website, we were dishing all that out to some dude in a cubicle.
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