• Miriam (unregistered)

    We should make a "Best of Discourse" Error'd someday!

  • Bobby Tables (cs) in reply to Miriam
    Miriam:
    We should make a "Best of Discourse" Error'd someday!

    Isn't that just going to be a picture of Discourse?

  • minim (unregistered) in reply to Bobby Tables
    Bobby Tables:
    Miriam:
    We should make a "Best of Discourse" Error'd someday!

    Isn't that just going to be a picture of Discourse?

    And then we can have the comments for it on Discourse! Hmmm although that might cause a vortex of endless recursion, and tear a hole in the universe...

  • kirb (disco)

    For a while Chrome liked insisting that I should be saving a .tar.gz as .tar, and proceeding to mangle the extension to .tar.gz.tar or something similar if I let it change it.

  • foxyshadis (disco)

    The fact that apparently a bunch of pre-schoolers are in charge of Sybase SQL Developer actually explains quite a few of the WTFs I've seen in that suite over the years....

  • faoileag (disco)

    "Philip says: Maybe this isn't actually placeholder text after all..."

    And Phlip would be right. Fake Latin tm is the new English, the one language to rule them all. Fake Latin tm is da trend! On this web site most of the content is already in Fake Latin tm!!

    Filed under: better learn it now and beat the rush.

  • Luhmann (disco) in reply to faoileag
    faoileag:
    On this web site

    I agree with their own assessment:

    slideShow: use_epic_slideshow,	
    
  • VinDuv (disco) in reply to kirb
    kirb:
    For a while Chrome liked insisting that I should be saving a .tar.gz as .tar, and proceeding to mangle the extension to .tar.gz.tar or something similar if I let it change it.

    Probably because the server sent the file with the tar mime type instead of the gzip mime type, like it was supposed to.

    (null) is more suspicious, though. Did someone generate its file type registration entry using fprintf ?

  • faoileag (disco) in reply to Luhmann
    Luhmann:
    I agree with their own assessment: slideShow: use_epic_slideshow,
    Oh. I see. I should have turned Javascript on for their website.

    Edit: no, the Fake Latin tm is still there, one just has to scroll down.

  • kirb (disco) in reply to VinDuv
    VinDuv:
    Probably because the server sent the file with the tar mime type instead of the gzip mime type, like it was supposed to.

    Didn't think of that; can't reproduce though with any of the mime types I can find for tar.

  • BernieTheBernie (disco)

    Et Latine locutum est ab hominis cuius nesciant Latine loquitur! Ubi sunt docti linguae antiquitate eius? Et ceterum censeo: ROMANOS DOMUS EUNT!

  • Onyx (disco) in reply to faoileag
    faoileag:
    On this web site most of the content is already in Fake Latin tm!!

    AND it's infiniscroll!!1!one!eleven

  • maurizio (disco)

    What's wrong in planning the divorce before implementing the marriage ? Seems safe play to me.

    Maurizio

  • boomzilla (disco) in reply to maurizio

    One step ahead of the pre-nup.

  • CodeClown (disco)

    I don't see the Problem with the Divorce Page. I think it is not necessary to limit a Date picker on the Client side..

  • Zecc (disco) in reply to CodeClown

    Since you're getting a divorce anyway, you can freely start dating again.

  • dfqsfqsdf (unregistered) in reply to minim
    minim:
    Bobby Tables:
    Miriam:
    We should make a "Best of Discourse" Error'd someday!

    Isn't that just going to be a picture of Discourse?

    And then we can have the comments for it on Discourse! Hmmm although that might cause a vortex of endless recursion, and tear a hole in the universe...

    Good.. or at least if Discourse get taken down in the hole..

  • Paul Neumann (unregistered)

    So clearly it is not an error, but is it a Fork or a Cactus?

  • Jay (disco)

    So you think that advertisers shouldn't target a group of people just because they have been dead for centuries? That's temporal discrimination!

  • wormlore (disco)

    Seeing what "Audubon" thinks "paper-free" means, I'd be suspicious of their "toll-free" number.

  • Jay (disco)

    They will not "send renewal reminders through the mail". Instead they will just "send a postcard" when it's time to renew.

    This seems to describe a lot of paperless transactions.

    People who write stuff like this should go into politics where it's the accepted style. You know, like, "I pledge that I will not raise taxes. I just plan to pursue revenue enhancement." Etc.

  • Captain (disco) in reply to faoileag

    I need to figure out where those hipster web 3.0 guys get their art assets.

  • Zainab58 (disco) in reply to BernieTheBernie

    Homes are going to Romans? Personally I prefer ROMANI ITE DOMUM

  • Arantor (disco) in reply to Zainab58

    You're just lucky @blakeyrat isn't here.

  • Blamborth (unregistered)

    This is what the host advert says in English:

    Soft attack of the sea, which is the perfect time to listen. I do not suffer from common problems, and eternity as the software to you. Mnesarchus too mediocrity bearers met him. One of the maidservant who is an alternative.
    Sounds vaguely hosting-related to me.
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