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  • Tester 2012-04-06 09:00
    This comment should always be frist.
  • NPSF3000 2012-04-06 09:06
    ^ Fail.

    AKISMIT!
  • my name 2012-04-06 09:06
    Are people still saying "first" in this day and age?
  • RuBen 2012-04-06 09:07
    my name:
    Are people still saying "first" in this day and age?


    Yes or No
  • Val 2012-04-06 09:11
    Comment number 5 here.
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 09:11
    You are all being idiots.
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 09:15
    Please do not be disterbing this thread. I am coming here for insite and entertanement, not stupidity.
  • Gymbo 2012-04-06 09:17
    Nagesh:
    You are all being idiots.


    type refuting statement 1

    type refuting statement 2

    type refuting statement 3
  • OJ 2012-04-06 09:39
    12.7 PB, not 14
  • DaveK 2012-04-06 09:39
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?
  • portablejim 2012-04-06 09:55
    OJ:
    12.7 PB, not 14


    It is probably a HFS plus file system (only filesystem that can store such a large file that has Windows support*)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_systems#Limits

    * I may be wrong on this point, so if I am wrong please correct me
  • thatguy 2012-04-06 10:16
    TRWTF is WPA encryption
  • veggen 2012-04-06 10:29
    Nagesh:
    Please do not be disterbing this thread. I am coming here for insite and entertanement, not stupidity.

    I actually agree with (fake) Nagesh. There.
  • db2 2012-04-06 10:35
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.
  • Steve The Cynic 2012-04-06 10:45
    portablejim:
    OJ:
    12.7 PB, not 14


    It is probably a HFS plus file system (only filesystem that can store such a large file that has Windows support*)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_systems#Limits

    * I may be wrong on this point, so if I am wrong please correct me

    You are wrong, according to your cited source. NTFS, which we hope is supported by Windows, goes up to 16EB, i.e. three orders of magnitude larger than the teen quantity of PB...
  • airdrik 2012-04-06 11:07
    veggen:
    Nagesh:
    Please do not be disterbing this thread. I am coming here for insite and entertanement, not stupidity.

    I actually agree with (fake) Nagesh. There.

    Well, then I apologize in advance for disterbing this thread with this useless and uninsiteful comment
  • taixzo 2012-04-06 11:59
    Steve The Cynic:
    portablejim:
    OJ:
    12.7 PB, not 14


    It is probably a HFS plus file system (only filesystem that can store such a large file that has Windows support*)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_systems#Limits

    * I may be wrong on this point, so if I am wrong please correct me

    You are wrong, according to your cited source. NTFS, which we hope is supported by Windows, goes up to 16EB, i.e. three orders of magnitude larger than the teen quantity of PB...


    That is the limit of the file system itself; however, quoting Wikipedia:
    Wikipedia:
    This is the limit of the on-disk structures. The NTFS driver for Windows NT limits the volume size that it can handle to 226 TB and the file size to 16 TB respectively.
  • Andrew 2012-04-06 12:08
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.
  • Velox 2012-04-06 12:11
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.
  • Someone 2012-04-06 12:25
    my name:
    Are people still saying "first" in this day and age?


    No, they say 'frist'.
  • Alex Papadumbass 2012-04-06 12:29
    Velox:
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.


    Shut the fuck up, you morons. If I have decided to publish it, then it is a WTF. I own this site and no one here is smarter than me. I get thousands of submissions per day, and I am not stupid to publish something here without reason. So write your "expert opinions" on your toilet paper and shove it up your ass.
  • that guy 2012-04-06 12:39
    Exactly.

    (Hi Akismet)
  • Remy Porter 2012-04-06 12:39
    Alex Papadumbass:
    Velox:
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.


    Shut the fuck up, you morons. If I have decided to publish it, then it is a WTF. I own this site and no one here is smarter than me. I get thousands of submissions per day, and I am not stupid to publish something here without reason. So write your "expert opinions" on your toilet paper and shove it up your ass.
    Guys, I have some terrible news. Alex just passed while I was shoving some toilet paper up his ass.
  • Ralph 2012-04-06 12:46
    Whenever you see a product that says "you need to upgrade because so-and-so did" run like hell. This is a sure sign that you are working with something from an antisocial vendor who is doing their best to lock you in to a proprietary product so they can keep sucking money from the same fools year after year.

    The correct way is to establish a standard format for the information to be shared, and let multiple programs compete to see who can best work with that format. We had this, for a little while, with the web. It was based on HTML and HTTP standards but then vendors started thinking "how can I muck around with this until everyone has to use my browser only?"

    Hint: "Word" is not a standard, it is a vendor's proprietary product. So saying "my document is in Word format" is like saying "I know how to make noise with my mouth without expressing anything meaningful."
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 12:47
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.


    Trust me rusty iron spike hurt more. I was once climbing pipe and one rusty iron spike stick out of the wall. It pierce in my thigh and it pain like rusty iron spike in thigh.

    Cannot for my life imagine one in eyeball. So to cut long story short, HP Quality center is better than rusty iron spike in any place in your body.

    kthxbai.
  • Synchronos 2012-04-06 12:47
    Re number two: Just get an image enhancer that can bitmap, to save some precious storage space.
  • Katy Gaga 2012-04-06 12:52
    Nagesh:
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.


    Trust me rusty iron spike hurt more. I was once climbing pipe and one rusty iron spike stick out of the wall. It pierce in my thigh and it pain like rusty iron spike in thigh.

    Cannot for my life imagine one in eyeball. So to cut long story short, HP Quality center is better than rusty iron spike in any place in your body.

    kthxbai.
    Sure. But just barely.
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 12:52
    Remy Porter:
    Alex Papadumbass:
    Velox:
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.


    Shut the fuck up, you morons. If I have decided to publish it, then it is a WTF. I own this site and no one here is smarter than me. I get thousands of submissions per day, and I am not stupid to publish something here without reason. So write your "expert opinions" on your toilet paper and shove it up your ass.
    Guys, I have some terrible news. Alex just passed awey while I was shoving some toilet paper up his ass.


    FTFY
    Good ridence, Alex.
  • Wiz 2012-04-06 13:01
    TRWTF is HP QC.

    CAPTCHA: "dignissim" because QC users have lost all dignissim.
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 13:08
    Remy Porter:
    Alex Papadumbass:
    Velox:
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.


    Shut the fuck up, you morons. If I have decided to publish it, then it is a WTF. I own this site and no one here is smarter than me. I get thousands of submissions per day, and I am not stupid to publish something here without reason. So write your "expert opinions" on your toilet paper and shove it up your ass.
    Guys, I have some terrible news. Alex just passed while I was shoving some toilet paper up his ass.


    Are you sure of qualified to give enema?
  • Katy Gaga 2012-04-06 13:10
    Nagesh:
    Remy Porter:
    Alex Papadumbass:
    Velox:
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.


    Shut the fuck up, you morons. If I have decided to publish it, then it is a WTF. I own this site and no one here is smarter than me. I get thousands of submissions per day, and I am not stupid to publish something here without reason. So write your "expert opinions" on your toilet paper and shove it up your ass.
    Guys, I have some terrible news. Alex just passed awey while I was shoving some toilet paper up his ass.


    FTFY
    Good ridence, Alex.
    That, by you, is fixed? Try "away."
  • alegr 2012-04-06 13:14
    Bryan Slatner needs to ditch his NAS box.
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 13:16
    Katy Gaga:
    Nagesh:
    Remy Porter:
    Alex Papadumbass:
    Velox:
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?


    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.


    This. This looks a lot like the Safeway gas pumps, which have a keypad on the right with yes/no buttons. The real WTF is the cropping of the picture.


    Shut the fuck up, you morons. If I have decided to publish it, then it is a WTF. I own this site and no one here is smarter than me. I get thousands of submissions per day, and I am not stupid to publish something here without reason. So write your "expert opinions" on your toilet paper and shove it up your ass.
    Guys, I have some terrible news. Alex just passed away while I was shoving some toilet paper up his ass.


    FTFY
    Good ridence, Alex.
    That, by you, is fixed? Try "away."


    Tried. What now?
  • Jay 2012-04-06 13:39
    Nagesh:
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.


    Trust me rusty iron spike hurt more. I was once climbing pipe and one rusty iron spike stick out of the wall. It pierce in my thigh and it pain like rusty iron spike in thigh.

    Cannot for my life imagine one in eyeball. So to cut long story short, HP Quality center is better than rusty iron spike in any place in your body.

    kthxbai.


    I had a son who had rusty iron spikes jammed in his eyeballs once. I assure you it was no laughing matter.

    Sorry, I couldn't help it on that one.
  • Nagesh 2012-04-06 14:03
    Jay:
    Nagesh:
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.


    Trust me rusty iron spike hurt more. I was once climbing pipe and one rusty iron spike stick out of the wall. It pierce in my thigh and it pain like rusty iron spike in thigh.

    Cannot for my life imagine one in eyeball. So to cut long story short, HP Quality center is better than rusty iron spike in any place in your body.

    kthxbai.


    I had a son who had rusty iron spikes jammed in his eyeballs once. I assure you it was no laughing matter.

    Sorry, I couldn't help it on that one.


    Rusty spike very serious. You need to take tetnus shot.
  • nB 2012-04-06 14:29
    Nagesh:
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.


    Trust me rusty iron spike hurt more. I was once climbing pipe and one rusty iron spike stick out of the wall. It pierce in my thigh and it pain like rusty iron spike in thigh.

    Cannot for my life imagine one in eyeball. So to cut long story short, HP Quality center is better than rusty iron spike in any place in your body.

    kthxbai.
    I am thinking you have not used QC then... It is bad, very very bad.
    My techs have to use it to report results, our test efficency dropped like a stone once they moved to QC. They take more time to put their test results into the DB than it takes them to run the damn test in the first place.
  • Paul Neumann 2012-04-06 14:41
    Josh must have gotten the last ResourceBundle snapfish had in stock. I wonder if I were to purchase the last cash register at my local cash register dealer if they would sell me the one they were currently using. I would certainly expect a reasonable discount with it being a floor model and all.
  • Paul Neumann 2012-04-06 14:43
    Chris has found the newest Team Viewer feature, by only showing options other users have selected it predicts future selections with 100% accuracy. This saves time and reduces confusion for all Team Viewer users.
  • Buffalo 2012-04-06 15:30
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.

    That is precisely the sort of "quality" one would expect from something with HP in its name.
  • Coyne 2012-04-06 15:51
    Don't know how the rest was determined, but the appearance of 2^16 in the middle of the WPA message ("49655368 to 971687751") suggests really creative programming.
  • notchulance 2012-04-07 00:23
    Just in case that "49655368 to 971687751" is not mutually inclusive, guess I'd start trying with 49655369.
  • Frank 2012-04-07 01:23
    Or do you mean passed GAS?

    LOL!
  • Nagesh 2012-04-07 02:24
    Frank:
    Or do you mean passed GAS?

    LOL!


    You peeple laugh my English, but you also not understands English. Already told you Alex passed away. Read post above.
  • Matt Westwood 2012-04-07 03:26
    nB:
    Nagesh:
    Andrew:
    TRWTF is HP Quality Center. Steaming pile of shit, that. Breaks every UI accessibility rule in the past 50 years. I'd rather have rusty iron spikes be jammed into my eyeballs.


    Trust me rusty iron spike hurt more. I was once climbing pipe and one rusty iron spike stick out of the wall. It pierce in my thigh and it pain like rusty iron spike in thigh.

    Cannot for my life imagine one in eyeball. So to cut long story short, HP Quality center is better than rusty iron spike in any place in your body.

    kthxbai.
    I am thinking you have not used QC then... It is bad, very very bad.
    My techs have to use it to report results, our test efficency dropped like a stone once they moved to QC. They take more time to put their test results into the DB than it takes them to run the damn test in the first place.


    How's it compare with QF-Test?
  • ¯\(°_o)/¯ I DUNNO LOL 2012-04-07 08:48
    db2:
    DaveK:
    So press the top-left button for yes or the top-right button for no. What's the problem?
    Or maybe the Yes and No buttons that are probably on the keypad, which conveniently isn't pictured.
    The font looks exactly like the one used on Dresser-Wayne gas pumps, and "normal" ones only have two lines, so it's probably being used in compatibility mode for that screen.

    But out of context it's pretty funny.
  • PiisAWheeL 2012-04-07 10:23
    Nagesh:
    kthxbai.
    Has nagesh always been coding in lolcode?
  • Tud 2012-04-07 13:39
    In 10 years, someone will see the iPod touch picture and think "I don't get it".
  • EnlargeThatAgainWouldya 2012-04-07 22:08
    I'm forced to use Quality Center on a daily basis at work.

    But compared to our automation test "framework", QC looks like a masterpiece of software engineering.

    Our automation test framework is on the order of 50,000 lines of VBScript.

    50,000 lines of VBScript.

    FIFTY THOUSAND LINES OF VEE BEE SCRIPT.

    (Enlarge that again, wouldya?)

    -Insert 72 pt font "FIFTY THOUSAND LINES OF VB SCRIPT"-

    Written by Indians. From India.
  • nevyn 2012-04-08 04:37
    Woot! Software I work on is featured on TDWTF! Is that a milestone or a new low...?

    Long story short, statfs and statvfs are not interchangeable...
  • Don 2012-04-08 08:07
    Ralph:

    Hint: "Word" is not a standard, it is a vendor's proprietary product. So saying "my document is in Word format" is like saying "I know how to make noise with my mouth without expressing anything meaningful."

    Ah, of course. Yet by saying exactly "my document is in Word format"; most intelligent - crap no, pretty much all users I've ever known in 20 years doing IT - know what product to use when opening the document. At most, you're missing the information of version but since most office platforms have compatibility patches that allow you to read Word 2010 docs natively on Word 2003; even that's not a barrier.

    So in conclusion, you're essentially an idiot with too much time on your hands mate.
  • Ralph 2012-04-08 11:50
    Don:
    Ralph:

    Hint: "Word" is not a standard, it is a vendor's proprietary product. So saying "my document is in Word format" is like saying "I know how to make noise with my mouth without expressing anything meaningful."

    Ah, of course. Yet by saying exactly "my document is in Word format"; most intelligent - crap no, pretty much all users I've ever known in 20 years doing IT - know what product to use when opening the document. At most, you're missing the information of version but since most office platforms have compatibility patches that allow you to read Word 2010 docs natively on Word 2003; even that's not a barrier.

    So in conclusion, you're essentially an idiot with too much time on your hands mate.
    Yeah, so I guess you're one of those people who thinks everyone runs Windows. And it's a joy to test and deploy those "compatibility" patches on the umpty-leven versions of Windows still hanging around with those users who don't send Redmond more money every time a pop-up tells them to.

    And the web, with the genius concept of everyone can talk to everyone, will never really take off, because, frankly, who needs it when you can just email Word documents to anybody who matters?
  • wazza2 2012-04-09 02:50
    I just think if you are considering upgrading your version of Teamviewer in order to establish some sort of connection with your partner - then the relationship is already over.
  • Cratig 2012-04-09 03:40
    nevyn:
    Woot! Software I work on is featured on TDWTF! Is that a milestone or a new low...?

    Long story short, statfs and statvfs are not interchangeable...


    Software I support (I assume you mean Snapfish) is featured here - Do any of the rollouts go without issue?!!

    And, why oh why oh why - for the love of god, is this site done in Java. </rant>
  • Jay 2012-04-09 13:02
    Ralph:
    Don:
    Ralph:

    Hint: "Word" is not a standard, it is a vendor's proprietary product. So saying "my document is in Word format" is like saying "I know how to make noise with my mouth without expressing anything meaningful."

    Ah, of course. Yet by saying exactly "my document is in Word format"; most intelligent - crap no, pretty much all users I've ever known in 20 years doing IT - know what product to use when opening the document. At most, you're missing the information of version but since most office platforms have compatibility patches that allow you to read Word 2010 docs natively on Word 2003; even that's not a barrier.

    So in conclusion, you're essentially an idiot with too much time on your hands mate.
    Yeah, so I guess you're one of those people who thinks everyone runs Windows. And it's a joy to test and deploy those "compatibility" patches on the umpty-leven versions of Windows still hanging around with those users who don't send Redmond more money every time a pop-up tells them to.

    And the web, with the genius concept of everyone can talk to everyone, will never really take off, because, frankly, who needs it when you can just email Word documents to anybody who matters?


    Good point. That's why it is absurd to say, "This book is written in English", when there are many people in the world who don't speak English and have never been to an English-speaking country.

    Ummm ... the fact that not everyone has the software to read a particular data format does not mean that that data format does not exist. The fact that a data format is proprietary does not mean that it does not exist. The fact that you don't like a data format does not mean that it does not exist. The fact that a format is known by the name of the product it was intended to be used with does not mean that it does not exist.

    I don't like Word format either. But the reality is that it DOES exist and that LOTS AND LOTS of people use it. You can't wish it out of existence.
  • Mick 2012-04-09 21:29
    Nagesh:
    Please do not be disterbing this thread. I am coming here for insite and entertanement, not stupidity.
    I once heard someone say that "Nagesh is Insightful".

    Some time later, I realised Insightful is not a word.
  • William the Second 2012-04-09 21:40
    Ralph:
    Don:
    Ralph:

    Hint: "Word" is not a standard, it is a vendor's proprietary product. So saying "my document is in Word format" is like saying "I know how to make noise with my mouth without expressing anything meaningful."

    Ah, of course. Yet by saying exactly "my document is in Word format"; most intelligent - crap no, pretty much all users I've ever known in 20 years doing IT - know what product to use when opening the document. At most, you're missing the information of version but since most office platforms have compatibility patches that allow you to read Word 2010 docs natively on Word 2003; even that's not a barrier.

    So in conclusion, you're essentially an idiot with too much time on your hands mate.
    Yeah, so I guess you're one of those people who thinks everyone runs Windows. And it's a joy to test and deploy those "compatibility" patches on the umpty-leven versions of Windows still hanging around with those users who don't send Redmond more money every time a pop-up tells them to.

    And the web, with the genius concept of everyone can talk to everyone, will never really take off, because, frankly, who needs it when you can just email Word documents to anybody who matters?
    So it's more important to be pedantically correct than understood?
  • Joh 2012-04-09 21:42
    Jay:
    Ralph:
    Don:
    Ralph:

    Hint: "Word" is not a standard, it is a vendor's proprietary product. So saying "my document is in Word format" is like saying "I know how to make noise with my mouth without expressing anything meaningful."

    Ah, of course. Yet by saying exactly "my document is in Word format"; most intelligent - crap no, pretty much all users I've ever known in 20 years doing IT - know what product to use when opening the document. At most, you're missing the information of version but since most office platforms have compatibility patches that allow you to read Word 2010 docs natively on Word 2003; even that's not a barrier.

    So in conclusion, you're essentially an idiot with too much time on your hands mate.
    Yeah, so I guess you're one of those people who thinks everyone runs Windows. And it's a joy to test and deploy those "compatibility" patches on the umpty-leven versions of Windows still hanging around with those users who don't send Redmond more money every time a pop-up tells them to.

    And the web, with the genius concept of everyone can talk to everyone, will never really take off, because, frankly, who needs it when you can just email Word documents to anybody who matters?


    Good point. That's why it is absurd to say, "This book is written in English", when there are many people in the world who don't speak English and have never been to an English-speaking country.

    Ummm ... the fact that not everyone has the software to read a particular data format does not mean that that data format does not exist. The fact that a data format is proprietary does not mean that it does not exist. The fact that you don't like a data format does not mean that it does not exist. The fact that a format is known by the name of the product it was intended to be used with does not mean that it does not exist.

    I don't like Word format either. But the reality is that it DOES exist and that LOTS AND LOTS of people use it. You can't wish it out of existence.
    I rection you miss his point....

    I think he's saying the standard (if we can call it that) is DOC not Word. Word just happens to be the program that created the DOC standard.

    That said, I think Ralph's being a pedantic knob-jockey, FWIW
  • Randy Snicker 2012-04-10 02:35
    Steve The Cynic:
    three orders of magnitude larger than the teen quantity of PB...

    I am not familiar with this unit.
    What is the size of "teen quantity of PB"?
  • FishDude 2012-04-10 09:33
    TRWTF is gun and ammo prices at Gander Mountain.
  • Zunetang 2012-04-10 14:01
    Randy Snicker:
    Steve The Cynic:
    three orders of magnitude larger than the teen quantity of PB...

    I am not familiar with this unit.
    What is the size of "teen quantity of PB"?
    It's not a very precise amount, as teens grow different sizes of Public Bush at different points in adolescence.
  • Zunetang 2012-04-10 14:02
    Zunetang:
    Randy Snicker:
    Steve The Cynic:
    three orders of magnitude larger than the teen quantity of PB...

    I am not familiar with this unit.
    What is the size of "teen quantity of PB"?
    It's not a very precise amount, as teens grow different sizes of Pubic Bush at different points in adolescence.
    Today, I feel like such an asshat that I must be wearing a cockscarf.
  • sc517 2012-04-17 14:26
    HFS+ is not supported by Windows (at least not without installing an extra filesystem driver). It's Apple's FS for Macs.
  • pewee herman 2012-04-18 14:02
    Man, I've got to get me some of that public bush...