Bing Remembers D-Day

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Search engine Bing remembers D-Day.  Google?  Are you kidding?  It isn’t as if D-Day is a significant date, like the birthdate of the late left wing loon Yuri Kochiyama who after 9-11 heaped praise on Osama bin Laden:

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Priorities, priorities.

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  1. Bing also celebrated Memorial day with a picture of the Tomb of the Unknown. I have switched to Bing as my default search engine.

  2. My kids were raving about the “pretty picture” on their login.
    I simplified it to “yes, that’s in France. A very important thing happened there, I’ll explain when you’re older.”

    (Before someone gets concerned: We already did the tough Memorial Day talk about how soldiers will fight to protect what’s right, and some of them don’t come back. At which point the Princess put on a very serious six-year-old expression and said: “That means they got dead-ed. Died-ed.” We must be doing something right in their entertainment choices, because the idea that you can die doing something that’s right struck them as sad but natural for the older two. Even if they did put it in terms of the Justice League cartoon.)

  3. Do not think that Google inadvertently ignored D-Day.
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    “Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past.” Instapundit quoted.

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