Microsoft BING - is LEGAL?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Planters, Jun 12, 2009.

  1. Planters

    Planters Guest

    Hey I like corn.
    replace C with P in corn.

    And I discovered if instead of Google you use MS Bing search engine.
    In other words if you Bing for girls, you can click on 'Videos only"
    subcategory - then if you hover mouse over any video, it plays.

    It means you don't need to visit snutty sites and GET INFECTED w/viruses,
    you can simply hover a mouse over thumbnails and Microsoft will play Corn
    for you.
    For example enter "cex" into Bing, rpelace C with S letter because I can't
    spell that word here (it might offend Mike the Virgin)
    And see what I mean - it's a cornucopia of corn.

    Thanks Microsoft.
    This is what I expected from both Vista and Bing.
    Now I need to get a bigger, harder harddrive and no longer am I scared to
    death of getting a virus.
    No really it's ridiculous, MS could get SUED for this. No parental control,
    no virus deterrent, just watch it.
    I wasted over an hour and within 10 minutes I had to visit a bathroom todo
    you know what.... we all do.

    Mark L (aka Planters)
     
    Planters, Jun 12, 2009
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  2. "Planters" wrote:

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    Thanks Microsoft.
    This is what I expected from both Vista and Bing.
    Now I need to get a bigger, harder harddrive and no longer am I scared to
    death of getting a virus.

    </snip>

    But get scared of hair starting to grow on your palm.
     
    Dusko Savatovic, Jun 12, 2009
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  3. Planters

    JEWboy Guest

    I knew it. It's MS conspiracy to force people to buy bigger, harder
    harddrives and generate revenues, which in turn demands better OS, which
    demands harder harddrives.

    It's a Corn cycle.
     
    JEWboy, Jun 12, 2009
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