I asked this on Google and it said there was no answer with the quotes,
"why did who ask when to where", it removed the quotes and gave me a whole list of unrelated questions.
came back with this
I asked this on Google and it said there was no answer ...
Listing of the answers to the question: I asked this on Google and it said there was no answer with the quotes, "why did who ask when to where", it removed the quotes ...
Dogpile's answer was the question on here?? That still does not answer the question. I sort of felt like I had stumped Google because it could not answer that particular question inside of the quotes. It had to erase the quotes and make its own.
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