Last week, patriot Stephen Colbert blasted Google for misstating his height in searches for "Stephen Colbert height," telling Google co-founder Larry Page, "I demand a retraction, an investigation, an apology and a substantial cash settlement, or I will see your ass in court." Well, now his height has been revised. In a way.

Colbert took offense that Google listed him as 5'10", insisting "I'm 5'11!" which is the height of Brad Pitt and Russell Crowe: "When we're in the steam room naked, no shoes, we're looking at each other eye-to-eye. Seriously, 5'10"? Those are Matt Damon numbers. That's down there in the stale air Johnny Depp is sucking." So now when you Google "Stephen Colbert height" now, you'll see he's listed as "5' 10.5" (1.79m -ish)—and Page's height is listed at 5'11, Jon Stewart is "shorter" and Conan O'Brien is a freakish 6'4".

But when you look to the right of the search, Colbert's height is listed again... at 5'10":


Apparently Siri still thinks that Colbert is 5'10", so we expect a diatribe directed at Tim Cook next.