From time to time when viewed in Lynx (which I use every day and is flatly the secret to finding things quickly), Google presents the following two buttons after the search textarea:

[16]I’m Feeling Lucky [17]Advanced Search

There is no actual Google Search button. It is impossible to use Google under this scenario, as I do not feel lucky or wish to use advanced search. I have to manually go to another site, like Google.IE.

And because Google has more money than God and believes it can do no wrong, there is no way to report this error to them. And as with accessibility, they simply would not care.

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