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Dec 9, 2013 4:53PM
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Why does MSN insist upon running these articles that make you go back and forth to Bing when everybody HATES it? I used to be neutral about Bing but I REALLY HATE IT now.
Dec 9, 2013 3:03PM
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How about the house from the Woody Allen movie, Sleeper? It's outside of Denver as I recall. Much more unique than any of the houses shown.
Dec 9, 2013 2:27PM
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as soon as I see it goes to Bing for answers.. I curse!!
Dec 9, 2013 1:50PM
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Just hover over the link that says "Where is the house..." and you can usually see the answer in the url at the bottom of the browser window.(Firefox)
Dec 9, 2013 1:36PM
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Seems like they'd get the idea here: I've seen nothing but complaints since the first time I saw this "search for" list.    If I wanted to go to Bing to find out more, I am perfectly capable of operating a search engine on my own without their divine guidance.  It's insulting.
Dec 9, 2013 12:52PM
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Hover over the link and look at the bottom of your screen. It gives the weblink that includes the answers to anything you're hovering over.
Dec 9, 2013 12:20PM
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It's just a fluff story so I really don't give a s%&# but this happens with important news as well. You guys suck. Stop blowing your advertisers.
Dec 9, 2013 11:58AM
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Hey Folks,

   If you want to thwart this bing thing. Do what a poster did on the last one of these stupid guessing game slide shows. Go to google & look up the answers. Then post the answers here in the comments. Then everybody else just posts copies of answers or the poster to go to for the answers. Cool idea huh.

Dec 9, 2013 11:23AM
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Yep, another interesting slide show idea in the crappy Bing format that makes it too tedious and annoying to stomach going through the whole thing.  At this point they must get that it sucks, but just don't care and only are interested in click through counts.
Dec 9, 2013 11:17AM
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No house for the Goonies?  Astoria, Oregon
Dec 9, 2013 10:33AM
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I can stand these things on MSN. I don't want to click to bing to find out the answer. I want to click from MSN home page, scroll through the pictures and have the answer in the little blurb next to the picture.  I am changing my home page from MSN.  AAARRGGGHHHH!
Dec 9, 2013 10:27AM
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Why is it that I patronize Microsoft products? I have such contempt for both you and Apple, it's hard to imagine. MSN's intent is so transparent, a whore to clicks. This allows your shallow marketing team to give imaginary traffic numbers to the similarly shallow marketing teams of potential clients. Using BS non-articles leaves an ugly taste for the consumer, for which my opinion is hardly alone. This is state-of-the art journalism for which freelance writers get paid by the character? Sad.

 

I hate Google's power grab, they may be a competitor, but you are both accomplices, both a whore POS. But given the choice, since you and Google have decided it was in your best interest to destroy other search engines, I'll ALWAYS choose your dirtbag colleague Google. They are evil, but perhaps less so. Just as Google does, you pay no attention to users opinions or wants.

 

FU Bing/Microsoft and Google. Can't wait to see you go the way of Ask Jeeves.

 

 

Dec 9, 2013 10:17AM
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I also use the rewards to get amazon gift cards.  I use them for hidden object adventure games on my kindle fire hd.
Dec 9, 2013 10:16AM
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How about the house in Psycho (Universal Studios) or the houses in Halloween (South Pasadena)? 
Dec 9, 2013 10:04AM
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Never bothered getting past the first one. Frustrated! These comments are spot on. "Truth in advertising" means absolutely nothing to Bing. If it did one of two things would change; Clicking on the current page would actually give you the information on where each house is/was located. OR, The clicking on the link provided would actually give you the information on where each house is/was located.
If they are trying to sell Bing on being a better search engine, it's a failure! Not when one is lead on a wild goose-chase trying to find the information Bing, itself, promises to provide at the very beginning!
Dec 9, 2013 10:01AM
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Stupid MSN and their stupid links. Just tells the @@$##$ answer at once !!!
Dec 9, 2013 9:57AM
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Good grief people calm down! Simply right click the link and click open in new tab..you can read the location without ever leaving the main page. SMDH. I search Bing everyday, add up my reward points and use them to enter contests and redeem for free gift cards..keeping my fingers crossed for a x-box one!!
Dec 9, 2013 9:12AM
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Once again another worthless MSN Bait and switch tactic. “Where are these movie homes?” should be titled “Where are these movie homes – Click this link to find the link that will show you where the links are that may link you to their location”


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