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biyanpasau says

I use Bing to search Google, and then google.

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ThemeBeans says

I think I may have been to the bing website once.. at extreme most..

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ChillThemes says

I’ve never tried bing, I like the simplicity of Google, it’ll always be my homepage.

It doesn’t really matter what you use, the NSA & DEA will be spy on you regardless, they’ve been doing so for years. lol

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klerith says

I’ve never tried bing, I like the simplicity of Google, it’ll always be my homepage. It doesn’t really matter what you use, the NSA & DEA will be spy on you regardless, they’ve been doing so for years. lol

That’s right, every search engine is over you.

Google best for me

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Pricop says

No. I tried once and instantly moved back to Google, the reason was that whenever I tried to search for a problem (programming related one) the results were really low quality compared to Google’s one.

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dansjostedt says

I’ve never tried bing, I like the simplicity of Google, it’ll always be my homepage. It doesn’t really matter what you use, the NSA & DEA will be spy on you regardless, they’ve been doing so for years. lol

I don’t really see what NSA & DEA has to do with search engines :D But since you bring it up! I think it’s a good thing that they track us since I don’t have anything to hide :) I don’t support online piracy and I don’t write, do or plan any terror or such online either.

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soundtrove says

I only use it by mistake – default browser on my work pc (yuk) and sometimes I forget to click my google bookmark :mad:

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ChillThemes says


I’ve never tried bing, I like the simplicity of Google, it’ll always be my homepage. It doesn’t really matter what you use, the NSA & DEA will be spy on you regardless, they’ve been doing so for years. lol
I don’t really see what NSA & DEA has to do with search engines :D But since you bring it up! I think it’s a good thing that they track us since I don’t have anything to hide :) I don’t support online piracy and I don’t write, do or plan any terror or such online either.

I too have nothing to hide either, but it’s a violation of the 4th amendment.

http://gizmodo.com/the-nsa-disguises-itself-as-google-to-spy-1305996203

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weCREATEthings says

I use Bing to search Google, and then google.

Me too :grin:

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dansjostedt says



I’ve never tried bing, I like the simplicity of Google, it’ll always be my homepage. It doesn’t really matter what you use, the NSA & DEA will be spy on you regardless, they’ve been doing so for years. lol
I don’t really see what NSA & DEA has to do with search engines :D But since you bring it up! I think it’s a good thing that they track us since I don’t have anything to hide :) I don’t support online piracy and I don’t write, do or plan any terror or such online either.

I too have nothing to hide either, but it’s a violation of the 4th amendment.

http://gizmodo.com/the-nsa-disguises-itself-as-google-to-spy-1305996203

Well, if the Swedish goverment keeps on doing what they do right now we, their people will soon have no rights to say that they violate anything.

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