Feeling sorry for Google’s founders – they need their own airfield

One really must feel sorry for Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google’s founders. Life is so tough for them they have had to find somewhere close to the office to park their private Boeing 767. One must really ask, do they have any idea there is this thing called “global warming happening? See the stories below from The Times and The Independent:

Google search finds a Nasa parking space

… Now Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of Google Inc, appear to have found an answer. For the knockdown price of $1.3 million (£650,000) a year and a few free flights (strictly for scientific reasons), they have signed an agreement to park their personal Boeing 767-200 at a Nasa airfield.

Nasa provides unparalleled parking spot for private 767 of Google’s billionaire founders

Parking spaces are at a premium for executives toiling in Silicon Valley in California – for their private jets.Most have to struggle through massed traffic to the international airports at San Francisco or San Jose for their ride home – but not so the high-flying founders of the web-search leviathan, Google.The men, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, have landed a privileged parking deal for their Boeing 767 that makes all other executive perks look pedestrian. Since last month, the Google Twins, as they are sometimes known, have been allowed exclusive use of a nearby private airstrip owned by Nasa, no less.

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