Comment On Complex Drying

"I liked the trial version of Marble Blast Ultra," wrote TJ, "but after some deliberation, I decided $53,687,091.18 worth of MS points was a little steep for the full version." [expand full text]
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Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-13 19:22 • by Spewin Coffee (unregistered)
'"My friend Kyle appreciated the alternative suggestions when his name was taken," wrote Nick Sardo. ....Username: kyles11'

Isn't Kyle just a tad bit young to be on an Internet dating site?

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-13 21:20 • by lolwtf
Error: sleep interrupted. Grouchy web server needs its sleep and will get you your page when it damn well feels like it.

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-13 22:20 • by Kyles11 (unregistered)
379149 in reply to 379147
Spewin Coffee:
'"My friend Kyle appreciated the alternative suggestions when his name was taken," wrote Nick Sardo. ....Username: kyles11'

Isn't Kyle just a tad bit young to be on an Internet dating site?


Kyles11 = Kyle's 11 inch ****

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-14 08:52 • by Ron (unregistered)
379152 in reply to 379110
Br0nie H8tr:

What exactly are you planning on doing with that, you sicko?


Obviously the delivery date is for the sleigh below. Shesh

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-14 13:30 • by Someone (unregistered)
379154 in reply to 379105
Alex Papadumbass:
Enter your name: Alex Papadumbass
That name is available!


Not surprising. You certainly are the only Papadumbass there has been or ever will be!

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-15 17:52 • by jim (unregistered)
379159 in reply to 379109
Lockwood:
A large PC chain has cheaper online prices than instore.
It's a common trick to go in the store, get out your phone and reserve the item online to collect from the store later.
Leave store, go grab food, come back, collect item.

My friend and I both got £70 instore goods for £40 like that, which was quite welcoming.
Yes, I can see how two of you wasting an hour of your time is worth £30 - you must be unemployed - or was that on the weekend? Isn't your time worth more then?

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-15 17:55 • by Fred (unregistered)
That 2012 Mayan problem is coming into affect....The Chestnut Store realises that times after Dec 2012 are arbitrary and don't need to be specified

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-15 18:17 • by Gatesy (unregistered)
379161 in reply to 379144
Strolskon:
Rob:
The Marble Blast Ultra is just a hack. It's been removed from the marketplace because of licensing issues so MS just set the points value to -1, since you can still try to get there from the trial game that shipped with some 360s


What will happen when someone with $53 million tries to buy it? Clearly this workaround is only delaying the problem.


Now more seriously, I find it hard to believe that they can't just fix this server-side.


Surely it's not that hard to believe....

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-15 18:18 • by Anonymous (unregistered)
379162 in reply to 379099
PiisAWheeL:
I like the check box. If you are not between 30 and 40, then you have the option of being 2 ages. If you are between 30 and 40, you have to be 2 ages.

moz:
I hope Bill did submit an error report after reading that detailed (and only partially illegible) description.

Looks like a bsd or nix box. I don't think its applicable because it appears to be having a problem connecting to the server it gets its ads from. Fix the server (or failed hardware), reboot the hand dryer, and you are golden.


BSD?! Come on it's a suse linux machine!

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-15 19:28 • by Dirk (unregistered)
I wouldn't work if someone interupted my sleep.

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-15 19:57 • by Jonathon (unregistered)
Microsoft was just interpreting the -1 (0xFFFFFFFF) as a signed int. You should have gotten 1 point for downloading it!

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-16 05:56 • by Martin Stevens (unregistered)
379167 in reply to 379107
I went into a local store in Enfield, and they had no stock, so checked stock on the in store kiosk and the Cheshunt store had it, so I reserved it there for pick up.

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-16 12:44 • by PiisAWheeL
379227 in reply to 379162
Anonymous:
PiisAWheeL:
I like the check box. If you are not between 30 and 40, then you have the option of being 2 ages. If you are between 30 and 40, you have to be 2 ages.

moz:
I hope Bill did submit an error report after reading that detailed (and only partially illegible) description.

Looks like a bsd or nix box. I don't think its applicable because it appears to be having a problem connecting to the server it gets its ads from. Fix the server (or failed hardware), reboot the hand dryer, and you are golden.


BSD?! Come on it's a suse linux machine!
Ya I noticed that. It just didn't seem like an important detail worth a whole new post.

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-16 13:25 • by Jay (unregistered)
It says "Please contanct the website administrator" and then "Sleep interrupted". Obviously they mean that the website administrator was sleeping and you've now woken him up.

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-16 13:27 • by Jay (unregistered)
I think "null" refers to the day after the Mayan calendar expires.

Re: Complex Drying

2012-04-16 13:33 • by Jay (unregistered)
This opens whole new ideas on suggested user names. On the one hand, include HotBabe and EasyScore. Or on the other, we could suggest BaldOldMan or UglyButGoodPersonality. Or maybe just throw in something off the wall and let them wonder what it means, like ShinyToaster or FlorenceHendersonFan.

At least now I can claim that visiting this site wasn't just goofing off: I'm researching new technical solutions for my company's products.
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