Fun fact: Russia actually has more land surface area than Pluto does
EDIT: Some actual data (Yes, it's Bing)
Russia: 17.10 million km² (6.602 million sq miles))
Pluto: 16.65 million km² (6.429 million sq miles))
Bing Rewards. Bing/Microsoft literally pays you money for searching. Ever 2 searches, you get 1 credit. It may not seem like a lot but it adds up quickly.
Once you have enough, like 300 or so, you can redeem points for online gift cards for Amazon, or GameStop, and much more!
All you need is a Microsoft account and to use Bing as your search engine. I love Bing so it works well for me. Oh, and it's completely free to join.
Go here to sign up for Bing rewards!
The Vatican is not only the biggest international arms dealer, they're also the largest child sex slave dealer and always have been. For some reason no one ever finds it weird that the Vatican allows their pedophile priests to keep on priesting long after they've been outed as pedophiles. The Vatican actively does everything it can to silence accusers by killing them, paying them, making them disappear, you name it.
James Achilles (Rome) Alefantis. The Jesuit Podesta brothers (search Podesta WikiLeaks for "Malta" and "Jesuit"). The hundreds of child trafficking "preventative" organizations run by the jesuits/knights of Malta/hospitallers giving them extremely easy access to victims and infinite cover up potential.
Yeah, the shit is fucked and the list goes on and on but I firmly believe the Clinton Foundation is a front company for the Vatican's children/arms dealing and The Black Pope + Francis are directly in the center of it.
To add more to this: the jesuits/knights of Malta/hospitallers have some "anti-child trafficking" operations in Haiti and they were in Haiti at the same time the Clinton Foundation was there. Willing to bet all my vital organs the kids were abducted and sold through the CF and the laundered money was split through the Jesuit/catholic charities in Haiti with all proceeds going to The World Bank, AKA the Vatican.
It's called taxes. Not humanity.
She's not being philanthropic, she's being smart with her money and career.
Edit: Goodlord I kicked the Hornets nest
Edit2: Technically she is being philanthropic
Thank the media. It wasn't just FOX mocking people and saying they aren't allowed to protest if they have a nike swoosh anywhere on their clothes or a cell phone in their pocket.
It was all of them labeling all protesters as moochers who want hand outs and deserving of the beatings they got.
People still to this day will defend the cop who pepper sprayed the students sitting on the ground.
They still say kids deserved to be beaten for standing on a campus lawn. (and they'll lie and claim that the cops here were surrounded, they weren't as this alternate angle clearly shows)
People ignore that the DHS NSA and local police all organized together to crush the protests around the country
Bing rewards lets you earn points for searches then cash them in for stuff. One option is a month of Hulu Plus. I set my default search on my work computer, its not hard to hit the goal.
it's not bad, and I love the birds eye view on the maps. Also, if you do bing rewards you get paid $5/mo (amazon gc) for using it
you can just run this bot to search for you if you don't actually want to use bing
I had to look it up, too.
His sons are avid big game hunters and travel to africa to hunt on management preserves, apparently.
I had to Microsoft's Bing that to figure out what everyone's talking about.
Link for the curious
"streetview" isn't blacked out on bing maps
hey, what's that big H in the window?
You aren't kidding- you see it when he shows the award he got for something about law enforcement
Serious response? These little suckers are pretty iconic. So a black guy playing those cymbals feels kind of like comparing him to a monkey, a common racial slur.
Nobody in the gif indended that, of course, but that's what immediately springs to mind.
please, for your safety and the safety of others, please acquaint yourself with the use of bing with the safe search turned off, even though this particular search did not yield the exposure of the subject's nippular area that does not mean it's not a good search engine for such endeavors.
This has been a public service announcement.
iirc the shorthand for ISK in Iceland is kr, and 5000isk is, in fact, 43.45 USD.
edit: missed a USD
The cross is Knights of Malta, a Jesuit order. They rule us, and the rest of the world along with them.
Podesta is a Jesuit. Search "Jesuit" in WikiLeaks for funsies. Turns up a lot of results.
The owl is also a Roman Catholic/Jesuit thing.
Welcome to the real world folks. Also this is a good time for a r/RomeRules plug. Enjoy.
This thread is gonna get nuked soon so remember what you've seen.
I found her profile album.
Seriously, smoking hot.
Bing points mother fucker.
Edit: If anyone whats to be a bro, here is my referral code.
Looks like Jiraiya went full Sage Mode.
Edit: Since this comment is getting a bit of votes, here is some context for those that need it.
Master Jiraiya or "Pervy Sage" as Naruto likes to call him.
Women are especially prone to Narcissism, but the word has taken on a new meaning and it's worthy of clinical study.
More specifically, you're referring to internalization. Which is a significant symptom of a number of issues including depression and borderline personality disorder.
Basically, once food and shelter become commonplace our internal shit gets all scrambled.
If you can set up an account on mydisneyexperience.com and link your tickets/passes, then you'll be able to set up Fast Passes and get through the lines on 3 rides in just minutes. You have to be frugal with your time, right?
Also, if you're going to the Magic Kingdom, Pinocchio's has pretty good kids menu items. Maybe $6.50 for a pizza, fries, yogurt, and a drink. Just order that for the whole family. It's pretty good and filling.
Or be super frugal and take your own food and drinks into the park. As long as you don't have glass bottles, you can take any food items in. There is a McDonalds close to Animal Kingdom on property. The prices aren't much worse than any other McD but the selection isn't as good (usually no promotional sandwiches). Here is the location.
Yup. I like this graph https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=graph+income+inequality+unions&view=detailv2&&id=91B51AD227D30F10F8B40C438DB2F6AAE428451D&selectedIndex=3&ccid=tM7ibuXU&simid=608005252420077491&thid=OIP.Mb4cee26ee5d4e21c8279dd0ebe2...
Sorry bruh, you gotta adopt him. That's how I ended up with this gash in my right ring finger.
6 years ago a kitten came out of the woods and my dad, on his way to my mother's house (they had divorced) picked him up. My mother started nursing him back to health, and gave him to my little brother.
My little brother was living with me at the time. He fed the kitten poptarts and was upset about the kittens lack of bladder control. He said, and I quote, "I opened up a 2 pack of pop tarts and started eating one and feeding him the other, I like to nibble on it and I was breaking him off chunks of the other one I was going to eat next. Then, I finished mine and realized he had finished his too. AND HE PEED ALL OVER THE PLACE, ALL ON MY BED AND MY SHIRT I DON'T KNOW WHAT'S WrONG WITH HIM."
This happened at least three times (that he told me of). Apparently, he thought that cats were predators who stalked artificial strawberry goo wrapped in chalk-bread. I have always had a cat allergy and didn't like cats, so I didn't bother correcting him.
Anywho, one day he left out of town to visit his girlfriend and wanted me to baby sit the kitten-cat.
And here we are, 6 fuckin years later, and I've still got him, and he bites, and scratches, and seems to have some undiagnosed Vietnam-war syndrome from time to time.
But he's my favorite friend. And he scratched the fuck out of my finger, probably because my I'ma name him George joke when I find him burrowed in my clothes got a little too old and redundant for his tastes.
Can't say I blame him. And, honestly, my finger has healed quite nicely.
Not sure how this came to mind, but it looks like a part of an adjustable mount for a prism for some kind of laser testing equipment. Think Real Genius.
Piebald means unusual patches of two different colors. Most commonly found on ball pythons like this: https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=piebald+&view=detailv2&&&id=7B54EB7049072B37A2776307646606CB47FEB43C&selectedIndex=6&ccid=iFBwpjDk&simid=608002550331737506&thid=JN.k%2fFEsv%2fJQOXHraY3ihnuSQ&ajaxhist=0
Really fat raccoons. Also known as trashpandas. I want to have one as a pet because they have big butts and a lot of love to give. I've also been listening to a band called TV on the Radio and they are fantastic. Here is my favorite song by them.
Here is my current phone background. I really want a fat raccoon.
I admire Meagan Martin. She's a professional rock climber who competes on ANW. Awesome upper body strength and killer legs.
I'm insecure about how "fat" my body LOOKS. Obviously when I work out and get vascular I look great. But in every day life you'd think my arms are just flabby flabs and not capable of 60lb barbell curls.
Well, I pressed "F1" on windows 10 just now to see what it would do. It opened a chrome browser and navigated to https://www.bing.com/search?q=how+to+get+help+in+windows+10
That seems surprisingly unhelpful.
You should read Batwoman appears in the DC's 52, Batwoman: Elegy and New 52. They talk about Kate and Montoya's relationship before the reboot and in the new 52 they talk about her past and her relationships.
She's completely open in the comics. Especially in J. H. Williams III's Batwoman. Honestly it was one of the only comics I read when they decided to reboot the entire DC universe, also cause J.H Williams III is one of the most beautiful comic book artists out there.
When you think about it it makes sense. It'd be easier to put in backwards and that would make it easier for others to notice. Also, depending on what type of round it could be mostly lead with a brass shell. Here's an image of one broken down for reference (the full round furthest left and the bullet furthest right). The back end of the bullet is slightly tapered just like the photo.
As a Fox news watcher for a couple of years I and my wife observed the change in tone on Fox news.
Don't know where the order came from, but it was given. Destroy, discredit, ruin Donald Trump at every single opportunity by everyone all the time.
Interesting to see the true colors. Fox news had me believing most everything they said until now.
I'm with Trump.
Funnily enough, I was researching^(*) the term おっぱいポロリ (wardrobe malfunction), and I thought it was odd that with SafeSearch off, Google gives me just seven results, so I popped over to Bing on the suggestions here and it shows 3.3 million boobages with Moderate filtering.
Oddly enough, if I turn SafeSearch on, I get 18,000 hits...
^* Yes, really, number 4 on the list.
They look a lot like landing ships (or landing craft tanks), which were transports / landing vehicles for war supplies. As an aside question, how does one sink a waterproof container?
*Edit - wow, I meant that last little comment as a joke only because it sounded funny. I imagined trying to sink a Gladware bowl while keeping it water tight.
I am imagining him trying this and then yelling in Kevin Hart's voice "HE AINT GOT NO NIPPLESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!"
I'm surprised the Wall Street Bull's balls haven't been mentioned yet in these comments (at least a quick Ctl-F search didn't show anything). They're not worn down yet, but they sure do shine! https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=wall+street+bull+balls&qs=IA&form=QBILPG&pq=wall+street+bull+balls&sc=3-22&sp=1&sk=
Bing and DuckDuckGo.
People would make fun of Bing back when it first started, but it's a lot better than Google who tries to manipulate searches. DuckDuckGo also has a no tracking policy!
Of course. But really its fun to use a diva cup so you can measure the size of that glob for personal pride.
Also, because a vagina is basically an upside down cup (hence being called a chalice in olden days) liquid tends to ooze downwards. So, each move you make makes the slime slip around so you feel it. Did you ever play with gak? It's like that in your underwear with backaches. It's a vaguely miserable experience which is why some women having their periods seem miserable. Because they are.
Aggies are notorious for always wearing their college ring. You can spot an Aggie internationally by looking at their right hand. They look like this.
Source: Both parents and my brother went to A&M.
> I also find it hard to talk to non crossfitters about crossfit. They just don't want to hear it or don't get it.
This is true with most things people are really passionate about. Imagine if your friend says:
> I also find it hard to talk to non birdwatchers about birdwatching. They just don't want to hear it or don't get it.
You'd want your friend to have some other friends who love birdwatching so you don't have to hear all the gory details. Some occasional high level details might be interesting (they went to Costa Rica and here are a couple of picture of amazing birds they saw). But you most definitely don't want to hear about every bird they see every day.
Make some new friends who do get it, so you have an outlet for your passion. Don't strain existing friendships by forcing them to constantly hear about something they aren't interested in. Also, CrossFit isn't a religion. You aren't required to convert anyone.
Edit: I saw this bird in Costa Rica and it was amazing.
Russell Wilson is his own playaction fake
> they gave him the Nobel prize just for winning the election for fucks sake
Actually, the Nobel nomination was made before Obama took office, apparently for the potential he promised. But guess what, the Nobel Peace Prize recipient has been at war longer than any other U.S. president.
EDIT: formatting fail
Free money. Every search gets you a point up to a certain amount a day. I choose to get $5 amazon gift cards every 475 points. You can get Microsoft dollars, Starbucks gift cards and lots more.
Here's my referral link if you're interested In checking it out. Feel free to ask me if you have more questions.
Bing rewards. You earn points for every search (up to 25 per day), and then can redeem them for various rewards (Amazon gift card for example - around 500 points).
When she put the lizard on the horse they played "The Horse" by Cliff Nobles and Co.
That's not her waistline, obviously - it's just a classic trick in women's fashion to "create" a waistline by moving it up between the ribs and the hips.
I used to watch What Not to Wear because I thought Stacy London was hot, OK?
They all look kinda similar...
Why shouldn't we feel a bit entitled given that we are <em>vastly</em> more productive than we have ever been before? Yet salaries have stagnated for decades?
Apparently he was reincarnated as Captain Obvious.
It's Lacey Jane.
I think it's a combination of crazy genetics, good outfit, good pose, good camera work. Could still be shopped.
This one looks a bit more real life
Liiiiike the Alaskan pipeline?
You know, the one you can literally drive up to. That's above ground in many places.... park your car 75ft from it. Put your hand on it. In 1000s of places over the course of its 800 mile run.
I was the only car there. No Ranger, security, nothing. You walk up, touch it, take pictures.
I mean, it only moves something like 20% of America's oil, while never once being attacked or damaged in any way.
But yeah, let's not build something because it might be a target.
Hell, that's just a good rule!
No more buildings, no more ahips, no more planes, no more anything!
That'll show em! .......
But I'm sure the dozens of other pipelines that cross cross america (water, gas) from coast to coast aren't a target either.
Nope, only keystone would be. Best not build it.
Well it was under Bill that media companies were able to consolidate and buy each other out so much. We went from dozens of media outlets to today maybe 5? 6 in 2012
He looks like a 20 y.o.Bender from the Breakfast Club. At this
point he's dealing weed and sharing a double-wide with his dad and supporting Claire who he knocked up last year. He goes to the bowling alley to look for other tail because Claire got fat.
This is from looking at #of holes in the wheel covers but damn ... these things are like cockroaches. Every make/model has so many similarities.
Pretty sure Desolate Era wasn't the first time something with three heads and six arms got mentioned in Eastern culture. https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=three+headed+six+armed+statue+buddhism&go=Search&qs=bs&form=QBIR
I could tell you it's wrong just by the font. Bold Arial? >18pt? Worked in bulk mailing, and no agency we ever did a mailing for was anything larger than 14pt, bold anything was a rarity, and it was either a generic monospace, TNR, or Verdana. Arial would have been highly unusual.
Case in point: ~~google~~ bing images
The reason the weather has been really nice is because of El Niño. Here's a link with more information.
Akira Kurosawa was a Japanese filmmaker who contracted HIV from a North Korean tranny.
*I guess it's a bing-only sidebar thing. https://www.bing.com/search?q=kurosawa&pc=MOZI&form=MOZSBR
Wait, that's not Stan. Isn't that Ike Perlmutter?
This is the form you need to fill in for a result about you to be removed from Google. They're legally obliged to remove the search result provided it's a valid request and not in the publics interested to keep the result.
This is the right to be forgotten link for Microsoft's Bing search engine. Same rules apply.
This website (https://forget.me/) enforces the right to be forgotten rule and will help you get any links removed and keep you informed along the way. You effectively give them permission to manage the process on your behalf. It's a free service while in start up.
Bear in mind that the links will only be removed from search engines in Europe, they'll still appear in America, Asia, Africa etc...
but usually having the result removed is enough for the article to not be seen again.
Totally, that's why I bought a space Catalina and became a bounty hunter.
good idea. but you still have bing. between bing and google, bing kills it. Just bing "cricket" on bing and you have everything you need. Bing has done a great job and looks like it gets updated faster than Google. Check the standings immediately after the match ang Bing beats Google every time.
Walmart must be seen to be believed. People think, oh, it has a grocery section somewhere where they sell staples like peanut butter, milk, and cookies. No. It's a full, massive grocery store, within the monstrosity that is walmart. So you can go to walmart, you can do your entire grocery shopping, do all the shopping to outfit a baby's room including things like get a crib and other furniture, get an eye exam, eat at mcdonalds, get drugs from the pharmacy, and buy a new goldfish. All without leaving the store.
Aside from walmart, we do enjoy our food in the US, so yes, we have large chain grocery stores. A lot of them. I'd have to count again, but last I checked I had about 7 within a 5 minute drive. And they're all massive. My personal favorite is Wegmans.
Though, a can of lentils? Is that a thing? I love lentils, and cook them on a regular basis, but have only bought bags of uncooked lentils. Soup companies will sell a can of non very good lentil soup, is that what you mean?
Also, couscous is more of a specialty item here. All major grocery stores around me do have it, but if I went to a smaller market I wouldn't expect to find it.
OP is in the middle east
if it wasn't clear from the farsi/scribbly lines
> they pay you to
Pretty much this... Bing Rewards gives you points for every search. You can then use those points on gift card or raffles or whatever else they end up offering at the time. I typically just spend my points on amazon or starbucks giftcards. It's pretty much free money, since the results are pretty much the same as google unless you are looking for something obscure.
US Army Branch Insignia Field Artillery
Partially, once the front starts to lift, then the whole car acts as a wing and most of the aero can't overcome that force. Lots of race cars have a flat floor for aero, and if you look at the shape of a car, and the shape of a wing, you'll see the similarities. This happens a lot at some tracks.
Denver: The usual place in front of the capitol building near Colfax and Broadway. It's going to be warm this year instead of snowing all day like last year!
This Facebook Event created by Occupy Denver gives a time of 12pm.
Vince McMahon is 6'2''
Barron is not 6'0. He's 2'0 at the most.
With Mid-90s Jennifer Aniston for context.
You wouldn't understand
There are a bunch of brands that put random 'funny' stuff on labels
One basically identical to this (old, from pinterest) photo reads "the dish ran away with the spoon". I highly doubt either are coded distress signals
How would this be an effective thing for someone in a chinese sweatshop to do? Thier boss might be able to trace iot to them as an individual, but basically no-one else could. And if you were going to post a 'send help' message, this seems a very poor choice (as opposed to, say, "SEND HELP". Or "slave labour", "we can't leave", "[my phone number]", some specific info about the factory, worker, etc.).
The king county area is just shy of 2 million people and much larger area than many people realize, Seattle is only 1/4th of the counties population. It's not as insurmountable as some would have you believe. Trump was just outside the boundaries of the most important county in this state and the enthusiasm was tremendous, and with as many young people as were in line, and the fact that we just set the all time highest attendance record I think we've got a real shot.
I've added +3 votes in king county match me.
So sad to see that people don't know that the inflation in South American countries is caused by debt repayment to the entities like the IMF, as described in "Confessions of an Economic Hitman".
Put huge ads all over it. Have an obstacle course leading up to the wall. Whoever touches the wall gets a MAGA hat. Film that shit. Wipeout Wall!
I'd watch that show 24/7.
Different versions of "Lisa" in Kanji
When he said it, my bullshit meter went off because I could not imagine that there is a character in Japanese for 'Sober' There may be a series of characters that essentially make up the word for 'Sober' but I just can't see Kanji having one dedicated character for it and it was clear he only had 2 characters on his hairy arm.
it has to do with nationalism and patriotism. Google's doodles seem to be pretty sketchy, however if you go to bing.com you actually see them honoring our military.
Donald Trump is just the candidate we're sending to the white house. the movement at large is about patriotism and nationalism
If they have a Crip walk Emote, and its good, I will buy it for all my clanmates. no joke. That would be my go to emote after ever Super kill.
I'm fairly sure Sebago's Made in USA line was contracted to <em>Highland Shoe Company</em> in Maine. Maybe give them a call, and see if they'll help.
Yes, yes there is. Its a scene from PornPros with Nicole Ray (face) and Emma Mae (ass).
Follow that link. Every 2 searches = 1 point, and those points can be used to redeem different gift cards
I thought this one was really cute! It's weird to think they used to be happy together.
Does anyone remember the Burma Shave ads along the highways? They made the long road trips in the 50's less boring.
>I love it how progressives spew hate against Christians and conservatives for their anti-gay views while excusing and justifying Muslims who hold the same anti-gay views.
Can you provide a link to supporting evidence? I think this is nothing more than your opinion.
>It reminds me of how popular the Dali Lama is among progressives. He is a fundamentalist religious fanatic that is totally opposed to homosexuality and even believes that oral sex between and man and a woman is wrong.
Heeeeeey!! Can you hear me all the way back there in 1997? Because that's where you're stuck buddy. Dalai Lama came out in support of gay marriage and gay unions over two years ago.
>But he's "exotic" and "foreign" so the progressives embrace him.
Since you're being so warm and accepting of people of differing viewpoints, I'll give you some more reading material: search "conservative fear study" and click on any of the dozens of articles about psychological studies linking political conservatism to fear, anxiety and xenophobia. . .I mean, if you're not afraid.
...and the article does not have the image discussed.
So here is link to all of them on the interwebs.
Or even non-human events. We've got dino bones.
Or even non-life-form events. We've got materials evidence that points to stresses found only in the time before life began on Earth, I bet.
Or even non-Terrestrial events! The moon has some pretty old scars.
And then there are the billion-year old galaxies we can see through our telescopes...
Don't forget that he has also been branded an antisemite by Right Wing Israeli warmongers, Christian Zionists, and Neocon Jews for calling Israel what it is, an Apartheid: https://www.bing.com/search?q=Carter+Antisemite
I'm totally a fan of the rewards thing. Easy way to get a few bucks for Amazon, games, clothes, food, whatever. The sweepstakes are likely statistically pointless though.
Bing isn't quite as good as Google, but for most things it works just fine. For harder searches I just set up a browser shortcut so I just type a G followed by a space to initiate a Google search.
Basically, you get 15 points per 30 semi-unique searches daily on your computer, and up to an additional 10 points daily if you use the mobile app (ehh). I assume they have some sort of system that checks for legit searches so you probably can't just type in gibberish to quickly inflate your points. If you're researching any topic, you'll generally max out the points pretty quickly, and if not, clicking the "related searches" links or link hopping also works well. There are also "dailies" that you can do to nab a few easy points.
For example, if you search "granny porn" and Bing gives you the recommendation of "granny porn lemon party," then clicking that counts as you initiating another search. From there, you can just go on a Wikipedia link-hopping spree, except with Bing images (or just normal search). Not surprisingly, Bing tends to give me a lot of porn results even when I'm not looking for it...
That's generally enough for at least one $5 card per month if you use the PC search only, and more if you use the mobile app. I suppose it might not sound like much, but when I want to buy something from Amazon, it's nice to get an easy $5-15 off just for... researching. I suppose you could try cheating the system and running VPNs for multiple accounts, but I'd guess they probably have some sort of code redemption metrics that they're keeping tabs on.
I mean, Im not saying downvoting for that is deserved
But is it really hard to google it?
I was worried about that too, but a quick search has proved otherwise
My brother was able to get Dishonored, Skyrim, and Assassin's Creed 2 for free thanks to Bing.
They're so desperate for users, they made a program to give people points in exchange for using bing. You can turn them in for different prizes, including a free month of xbox live gold. My brother cashes that in whenever they're giving out a game he wants.
Edit: Link to the program web site
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark has always terrified me, mainly because Stephen Gammel's terrifying illustrations suit the content so well.
God damn I love the Egyptian fetish the Mr. Nigs of the world have developed.
Shame the reality of the situation is a bit different.
The mysterious sniper attack on a California power station.
>"The attack began just before 1 a.m. on April 16, 2013 when someone slipped into an underground vault not far from a busy freeway and cut telephone cables.
>"Within half an hour, snipers opened fire on a nearby electrical substation. Shooting for 19 minutes, they surgically knocked out 17 giant transformers that funnel power to Silicon Valley. A minute before a police car arrived, the shooters disappeared into the night.
>"To avoid a blackout, electric-grid officials rerouted power around the site and asked power plants in Silicon Valley to produce more electricity. But it took utility workers 27 days to make repairs and bring the substation back to life."
At least 100 rounds were fired, and it was believed to be a highly sophisticated attack. The chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at the time of the attack was quoted with calling this event "the most significant incident of domestic terrorism involving the grid that has ever occurred" in the U.S.
An interesting coincidence is that this event occurred just one day after the Boston marathon bombing. The case is still unsolved.
This was Mr. purr-lacher three years ago, before the hair transplant.
^Sorry ^for ^your ^loss ^boss
Disclosing that I am an MS intern because legal things:
Telemetry/keylogger concerns: The stuff collected related to actual data input was only collected during the technical preview. The data that is collected in the release version is optional and harmless. Think less "DJ_Jim opened so many reddit tabs that his computer crashed" and more "a computer crashed because of memory issues." See what the ToS says related to personally identifiable information if you want more specifics since I'm too lazy to.
Cortana concerns: Once you start using Cortana you have access to the "Notebook" which tells you exactly what Cortana knows about you and you can opt out piece by piece. It has similar permissions to Google Now if you have every used that service. Except you can actually find the opt out button. Again, see the ToS for personally identifiable information for a general idea of what parts of this data gets looked at.
Skype/Outlook concerns: You store your email on MS servers, don't turn off the email option in cortana, and then statistics on your email end up on MS servers. Seems more like they tried to fill space to me because I don't understand the issue.
Real-time protection: There is literally nothing in that shot related to data being collected by MS. Why is it even in this image?
edit: Also see https://www.bing.com/account/personalization
As you may assume from the thickness of the doors and the general size of it, it's not actually built on the Cadillac DTS platform from the car it looks like.
It's actually built off a GMC TopKick frame.
Found a picture of what Microwave looks like
It's a brand. The skin is burnt and then agitated to produce a raised shape, similar to scarification.
My city (Pittsburgh) does this once a month in the summers
There's yoga on the street, and lots of cyclists. It's pretty great.