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Finding Sadness in Cleveland
« on: March 17, 2016, 12:29:03 PM »

Siri is jumping on the Cleveland Browns' pile.

In Cleveland, if you ask Siri -- Apple's personal voice assistant -- the question "Where is sadness?" -- it responds with this photo directing people to FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Browns. In the pantheon of "That's So Browns," moments, this one may take the prize.

WEWS-TV in Cleveland had earlier pointed to Siri's answer.

Apple touts Siri as able "to show you the Orion constellation." It can even flip a coin. "The more you use Siri, the more you'll realize how great it is," Apple writes. "And just how much it can do for you."

In Cleveland, for sadness, it points to FirstEnergy Stadium.

This may go back to a video by Cleveland comedian Mike Polk, who dubbed the Browns stadium "a factory of sadness" in a YouTube video that has gotten more than 1.95 million hits.

That video was filmed in 2011.

Siri believes it is true to this day.
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