The secret behind Google's success apparently isn't their state of the art search algorithm. Both Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are wearing magic ZcoiL sneakers, SV Sleuth found out yesterday at the company's Christmas party for members of the media. Brin claimed he introduced his co-founder to the supernatural shoes.
The shoes feature a shock absorber in the heel, explains the company website, that reduces the impact on the leg when the foot lands. This will end the "pain for the endless number of people who are suffering on a daily basis from foot, leg, and back pain."
Getting the extraordinary shoes must have been one of the few indulgencies that the Google founders allowed themselves after their epic IPO earlier this year. To our disappointment, the parking lot outside the Google offices was void of Ferraris or Porches. Hey, we even had to park our own cars!
Google will be taking its staff on a ski trip next year to Lake Tahoe. The sleuth however was told no outsiders are invited. As the door slammed shut behind us, the words kept echoing through our head: "Just keep waiting for the invitation. Be very patient."
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