• Someone (unregistered)

    "Error Found" What's your problem? Nothing to see here.

  • minitech (cs)

    Now there is 1 comments.

  • David (unregistered)

    Whoa! Third Comment!

  • oldami (unregistered)

    and the -108th comment

  • KattMan (cs)

    Found?

    I think maybe the "File Not" was not.

  • JdFalcon04 (unregistered)

    What a coincidence! NaN/NaN/NaN is my birthday!

  • Hunter2 (unregistered) in reply to JdFalcon04
    JdFalcon04:
    What a coincidence! NaN/NaN/NaN is my birthday!
    Really? It's the combination to my luggage!
  • Kasper (unregistered)

    Google Chrome was surprised that Constantine was using Google Chrome.

  • Ralph (unregistered)
    Maddy wonders, "is it too much to expect decent info about the error?
    But Maddy, it's right there in the upper left corner!
    Microsoft Development Environment
    Yep! That would be it.
    Microsoft Sharepoint Designer... Error... Found
    See?
  • Warren (unregistered)

    I once got a disconnect notice from the telco with my first bill.

  • Nexzus (cs)

    Your name really isn't 'Mike Cox', is it?

  • Oh THAT Brian (unregistered)

    With apologies to the faux-group STEAM: NaN/NaN/NaN, hey, hey, Goodbye!

    Captch: damnum: Yeah, I think Nan/NaN/NaN is a damn number!

  • PiisAWheeL (cs)

    Maybe patrick hughes should go get 2 cups of coffee.

  • ¯\(°_o)/¯ I DUNNO LOL (unregistered)

    Wow, that sign... xxx.xxx.xxx.159 and xxx.xxx.xxx.4... it's a self-anonymizing WTF!

    As for the "An error occurred" error, it's really annoying how MFC loves to pop up "The parameter was incorrect" messages when you compile in release mode. (this is for stuff that would generally cause an ASSERT in debug mode) Let one bug slip by and you start getting calls about those parameter incorrect errors, and nobody remembers what they did to make it happen. (What do you mean TRWTF is MFC? At least it's not PHP!)

  • Mike Hunt (unregistered)

    +1 for the Mike Cox reference.

    (Looks like Oxford - Cowley Rd? The Realtime bus service is notoriously crap - as bad as the buses themselves. Cable thieves miles outside the city managed to cut off the entire service for a week a while back - no redundancy...)

    Captcha: ratis - Couldn't give a rati's arse?

  • not fooled (unregistered)

    Obviously the due date is for some EU country, where you have to pay by the 4th day of the 14th month. Crazy date formats are TRWTF!

  • Bill (unregistered)

    Google chrome is so shiny that even your computer is impressed! Like, woah, man!

    Get it? Chrome? Shiny?

    I'll go back to sleep now...

  • Deezil (unregistered)

    I guess Google Chrome is Keanu now.

  • Rnd( (unregistered)

    Possible that new bill was replacement for a lost bill? And payment was due to that day. Or then their billing system is just screwed...

  • PiisAWheeL (cs) in reply to Rnd(
    Rnd(:
    Possible that new bill was replacement for a lost bill? And payment was due to that day. Or then their billing system is just screwed...
    Moral of the story: Pay your bills ontime!
  • Jay (unregistered)

    If you expected that a certain object would not exist, but when you checked you were able to find it, then "found" would be an error. For example, "save new file with this name". "Error -- file with that name found."

    Okay, probably not the case here, but just considering the possibilities.

  • Jay (unregistered)

    Maybe it's the bill for your new flux capacitor.

  • C-Octothorpe (cs) in reply to Warren
    Warren:
    I once got a disconnect notice from the telco with my first bill.
    What else did you expect? You hadn't made a single payment, ya bum!
  • AGray (unregistered) in reply to Jay
    Jay:
    Maybe it's the bill for your new flux capacitor.

    Pay 1.4 Gigawatts immediately!!!

  • annonomous (unregistered) in reply to Hunter2

    Really? thats the kind of combination that only an idiot would put on their luggage.

  • da Doctah (cs) in reply to JdFalcon04
    JdFalcon04:
    What a coincidence! NaN/NaN/NaN is my birthday!

    By any chance are you a flying cat with the body of a toaster pastry and a rainbow exhaust trail?

  • T (unregistered) in reply to AGray

    1.4? Costs are going up!

  • Deregistered (unregistered) in reply to PiisAWheeL
    PiisAWheeL:
    Rnd(:
    Possible that new bill was replacement for a lost bill? And payment was due to that day. Or then their billing system is just screwed...
    Moral of the story: Pay your bills ontime!

    And then you'll have screenshots to send in to Error'd!!

  • bgodot (cs) in reply to C-Octothorpe

    I once had a car repossessed that way.

    Seriously, Chrysler Financial is full of dumb.

  • Benjamin (unregistered)

    Looks like Comcast and Wyndham share an IT team. "Hurry, you have only -5 days to pay your TV bill!"

  • Spewin Coffee (unregistered)

    Whoa! Double rainbow

  • Alex Media (cs)

    "When trying to open a site in Sharepoint Designer,"

    Your problem is right there. It's called SharePoint Designer.

  • BarbaraBurkely (cs) in reply to Alex Media

    But How should it be overcome by?Is there any other method for it?

  • Marine (cs)

    I'd put money on that error being a 302: Found error returned by the server..

  • I forget (unregistered) in reply to Alex Media

    Your problem is right there. It's called SharePoint Designer.

    ^ This

    Also, Comcast is just pioneering a new way of screwing customers for additional revenue. Soon everyone will be sending you new bills that are already "past due" so they can collect $$$$$ in late fees. I know my insurance provider would love do that as their bills are always due only a couple of days after I get them.

  • Loren Pechtel (cs) in reply to Rnd(
    Rnd(:
    Possible that new bill was replacement for a lost bill? And payment was due to that day. Or then their billing system is just screwed...

    Yeah, that was my first thought, also--a replacement bill.

  • Paul (unregistered) in reply to I forget
    I forget:
    Soon everyone will be sending you new bills that are already "past due" so they can collect $$$$$ in late fees. I know my insurance provider would love do that as their bills are always due only a couple of days after I get them.
    So why haven't you switched to another insurance company?
  • TheDreamer (cs)

    That's nothing... back on February 29th, my Doctor's office sent my bill to collections. The bill wasn't printed until March 3rd.

    And they don't understand why I'm firing them....

  • Me (unregistered) in reply to not fooled
    not fooled:
    Obviously the due date is for some EU country, where you have to pay by the 4th day of the 14th month. Crazy date formats are TRWTF!
    Damn, you beat me to it... I was about to say that the 4th of Tetradecember is TRWTF :)
  • MalHT (unregistered) in reply to Mike Hunt
    Mike Hunt:
    (Looks like Oxford - Cowley Rd? The Realtime bus service is notoriously crap - as bad as the buses themselves. Cable thieves *miles outside* the city managed to cut off the entire service for a week a while back - no redundancy...)

    Looks more like the London "Countdown" v2 system to me - generally quite reliable since the buses are all GPS-tracked and connected up now.

  • Mick (unregistered)

    Fuck the coffee, Patrick - You got time to find a block of land and build a house

  • Zirias (unregistered)

    Working with SharePoint every day, I'd call that message common case. Want to know what went wrong? Just RDP into the server and use SharePoint Log Viewer, silly ...

    Hey, you know, it's the MS Office team who did all that.

  • Your Name * (unregistered) in reply to Me
    Me:
    not fooled:
    Obviously the due date is for some EU country, where you have to pay by the 4th day of the 14th month. Crazy date formats are TRWTF!
    Damn, you beat me to it... I was about to say that the 4th of Tetradecember is TRWTF :)

    That's the 4th of Duodecember. A Tetradecember date would be 04.16.2012.

  • Anonandon (unregistered) in reply to Your Name *
    Your Name *:
    Me:
    not fooled:
    Obviously the due date is for some EU country, where you have to pay by the 4th day of the 14th month. Crazy date formats are TRWTF!
    Damn, you beat me to it... I was about to say that the 4th of Tetradecember is TRWTF :)

    That's the 4th of Duodecember. A Tetradecember date would be 04.16.2012.

    So how many months in is Icosacember??

  • Kevin Thorpe (unregistered)

    The real WTF on the Comcast bill is that the bill date is in the mythical 14th month. Oh how I hate American dates.

  • Zommuter (unregistered)

    I'm impressed with Patrick's drinking coffee since 261 years. Assuming he had internet back then...

  • Mike Hunt (unregistered) in reply to MalHT

    Looks the same system as the Oxford one then - even with GPS tracking, it's can be misleading and unreliable. Weak points are relying a) on buses not randomly deciding to go out of service to try and get the service pattern restored, and b) the drivers remembering to sign up for their assigned trip at the start.

    Several times I've waited 30+ minutes for a bus that was 4 minutes away on the board (on a route with a bus every 8 minutes).

    http://www.oxontime.co.uk

  • @Deprecated (cs) in reply to Jay
    Jay:
    If you expected that a certain object would not exist, but when you checked you were able to find it, then "found" would be an error. For example, "save new file with this name". "Error -- file with that name found."

    Okay, probably not the case here, but just considering the possibilities.

    Great, just great. Now we need TRUE, FALSE, FILE_NOT_FOUND, and FOUND.

  • Batcow (unregistered)

    Anyone else notice that the clock has 4 hands? No wonder they failed at date math.

  • PiisAWheeL (cs) in reply to Batcow
    Batcow:
    Anyone else notice that the clock has 4 hands? No wonder they failed at date math.
    Thats your alarm hand. Its how you set the bell on top to go off. It goes off when the hour hand lines up with it, in this case: 5:50ish.

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