18 high-profile big spenders
Use Bing to discover some famous figures who didn't seem to think twice about dropping loads of cash on extravagantly over-the-top purchases.
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I hate Bing and Microsoft MSN **** Why can you just click on a link and read the ****ing article. Why do you have to click on a link just to get to a blurred out picture with more links to follow to get the information you are trying to get.
Bill Gate you SUCK
I'm 50+ years old, the place I worked closed the doors and since then I've went to school to learn a new profession, worked for a company that can't get enough work to keep us working steady, searched and applied for dozens of jobs and can't find anything permanent and these foo;s throw away money hand over fist! Makes me sick. They could send me a million of what they'ed fritter away and I could retire!
This is SO tiresome. Can't we have an article instead of this switching around the Internet?
What you're reporting is so inconsequential, we don't want to spend more time on it than
we have to
Present it so that readers can quickly scan it..
Who honestly gives a crap about Beyonce spending $23,000 a week on her hair??!!
The People with Lives :)
all the disable veterans with no homes or money would like to thank you bing for letting un know what we are fighting for
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