[…] when the employees double-checked with the company, organizers claim Google didn’t take kindly to the language. The day before the roast, more than 100 protesters marched on the Mission District home of a Google employee who is allegedly evicting tenants in a building. No one in the packed upstairs room at the Playland Bar on Polk Street threw anything heavier than a crass joke at the “techie” onstage, Rico Rodriguez, a 26-year-old Web developer. […] in classic roast tradition, the comedians spent most of their time roasting each other before ending up with just a few choice barbs for their guest of dishonor. Several bemoaned the tech boom’s social implications I think the Google bus is making a Darwinian U-turn. […] for an event billed as the roast of a tech worker, many of the jokes weren’t about Rodriguez’s job at all, focusing instead on the usual comic fodder: his appearance. When comedians weren’t razzing him for his youthful face or his Justin-Bieber-circa-2009 haircut, they were targeting his membership in the Google a cappella group, which could not rally enough members to perform that night but served as the inspiration for many jokes.