• C-Octothorpe (unregistered) in reply to Decius
    Decius:
    dohpaz42:
    homsar:
    Zachary:
    The real what the WTF fuck is "ATM machine"

    FTFY

    FTFY

    FTFY for you.

    Oh good god, this is getting painful...

  • (cs)

    Really? This didn't happen before page #2?

    I guess I was extremely satisfied.
    That's what she said.
  • ÃÆâ€℠(unregistered)

    yawn

    yawn

    yawn

  • C-Octothorpe (unregistered) in reply to ÃÆâ€â„Â
    ÃÆâ€â„Â:
    *yawn*

    yawn

    yawn

    No shit...

    VB sucks, and Windows is better than Unix, and only soggy old farts who are outt of touch still program in C and C++...

    Discuss...

  • (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    Zachary:
    The real WTF is "ATM machine"
    Using a machine keeps things more sanitary.

    Are you thinking what I am thinking?

    Most definitely NSFW, might as well add spouses, relatives, kids, pets and sanity to the not safe for list.

    ATM Machine

    Oh and wow, akismet is being a dick about my post.

  • (cs)

    Twenties and a receipt isn't an unusual document mixture. That's the mixture I usually get every time. An unusual document mixture would be a Bahraini passport, an autographed picture of Justin Bieber, two coupons for a free chalupa at Taco Bell, and an expired registration for a 1957 De Soto.

  • mathew (unregistered) in reply to Kozz
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  • Remy Martin (unregistered) in reply to Jeff
    Jeff:
    I'm worried about the label on the Automated ATM Machine that says "Dispense/Deposit". Basically if one hole is dispensing stuff, I'm not attracted to using that same hole to insert stuff. Maybe there are some ATM people who like that, but it just isn't my kink, you know?
    Personally, I'd much rather find my body part in somebody else's database than the other way around.
  • Shea (unregistered) in reply to Zachary

    Sort of similar to "HIV virus," no?

    Shea

  • B. Jones (unregistered) in reply to frits
    frits:
    Zachary:
    The real WTF is "ATM machine"
    Using a machine keeps things more sanitary.

    Depends what you're using the machine for ...

  • anon (unregistered) in reply to Remy Martin
    Remy Martin:
    Jeff:
    I'm worried about the label on the Automated ATM Machine that says "Dispense/Deposit". Basically if one hole is dispensing stuff, I'm not attracted to using that same hole to insert stuff. Maybe there are some ATM people who like that, but it just isn't my kink, you know?
    Personally, I'd much rather find my body part in somebody else's database than the other way around.

    You might end up with a GUID column...

  • Sean (unregistered) in reply to jmucchiello
    jmucchiello:
    Cashcow:
    Yeah, my local bank always displays that. I'm presuming to warn you that you may get some $10s as well as $20s.
    At least it's not to warn that you might get 3 $20s, 2 $10s, 3 $5s, a $1 bill and couple of $2 bills when you withdraw $100.
    At least that would be ok. If it gave you 5 $17s, an $11 and a $4, then it might be a good time for a warning
  • Spike (unregistered) in reply to Zachary
    Zachary:
    The real TRWTF is ATM machine

    FTFY

  • Luiz Felipe (unregistered)

    These document mixtures can be very dangerous. I think the ATM will get its documents from Wikileaks.

  • Anonymou5 (unregistered) in reply to Shea
    Jeff:
    I'm worried about the label on the Automated ATM Machine that says "Dispense/Deposit". Basically if one hole is dispensing stuff, I'm not attracted to using that same hole to insert stuff. Maybe there are some ATM people who like that, but it just isn't my kink, you know?

    B Jones seems to have suggested a similar idea:

    B. Jones:
    frits:
    Zachary:
    The real WTF is "ATM machine"
    Using a machine keeps things more sanitary.

    Depends what you're using the machine for ...

    The real problem is when multiple people use the machine.

    Shea:
    Sort of similar to "HIV virus," no?

    Shea

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  • Frank (unregistered) in reply to Steve The Cynic

    If it's Indian rupees, it is reasonable.

    99.99 rupees is about $2.21

  • anon (unregistered) in reply to Frank
    Frank:
    If it's Indian rupees, it is reasonable.

    99.99 rupees is about $2.21

    Right now:

    99.99 Japanese Yen = $1.22

  • (cs) in reply to Rich
    Rich:
    I entered my PIN Number on my ATM Machine.

    Did you withdraw $20 dollars as two $10 dollar bills?

  • (cs) in reply to anon
    anon:
    Frank:
    If it's Indian rupees, it is reasonable.

    99.99 rupees is about $2.21

    Right now:

    99.99 Japanese Yen = $1.22

    That's all well and good, but there are no fractional coins for Yen.
  • pez (unregistered)

    TRWTF is that a street sign is running Windows. At like 200x100 resolution. Displaying a PowerPoint presentation.

  • anon (unregistered) in reply to frits

    Ok, I guess to shift blame, for my obvious ignorance, perhaps The REAL WTF is currency conversion programs that allow allow decimal values for Japanese Yen conversions.

    Maybe I should have consulted with Alicia before posting that :)

  • WW (unregistered) in reply to EatenByAGrue

    I lived right down the road up until about six months ago, and I think that sign was crashed in some way (Windows desktop, BSOD, etc.) more often than it was actually working. When its master computer wasn't crashed, it seemed, then the sign itself was broken in some way, like a series of its panels being out. Whatever they paid for that thing, they paid too much.

  • tsu (unregistered)

    I hastily read that as "NOT ICE", that'd indeed be unusual mixture for a cash dispenser.

  • Design Pattern (unregistered)
    Failed to find body part in database.
    Duh, is that so hard? Look into master!
    sp_MSscript_procbodystart
    

    Also in msdb:

    RTblIfaceDefs   
    RTblIfaceHier 
    RTblIfaceMem
    

    I predict this website soon will add:

    How satisfied are you with our Akismet spam detection device, overall? Extremely satisfied ( ) ( ) ( ) (*) ( ) ( ) ( ) Extremely satisfied
  • iToad (unregistered) in reply to Sean
    Sean:
    jmucchiello:
    Cashcow:
    Yeah, my local bank always displays that. I'm presuming to warn you that you may get some $10s as well as $20s.
    At least it's not to warn that you might get 3 $20s, 2 $10s, 3 $5s, a $1 bill and couple of $2 bills when you withdraw $100.
    At least that would be ok. If it gave you 5 $17s, an $11 and a $4, then it might be a good time for a warning

    Or a mixture of dollars, euros, pesos and yen.

  • This is not serious (unregistered) in reply to frits
    frits:
    Zachary:
    The real WTF is "ATM machine"
    Using a machine keeps things more sanitary.

    Oh. I always thought it was a Cash ATM Machine (Cash At The Moment Machine)

  • This is not serious (unregistered) in reply to Vacaloca
    Vacaloca:
    I hate akismet
    "Like"
  • Homer S (unregistered) in reply to nonpartisan
    nonpartisan:
    Rich:
    I entered my PIN Number on my ATM Machine.

    Did you withdraw $20 dollars as two $10 dollar bills?

    $20 can buy many peanuts....

  • Johnno the Greek (unregistered)

    The 'Extremely Satisfied' might be similar to a Bell curve.... Dissatisfied would be in the middle

  • Anone (unregistered) in reply to jmucchiello
    jmucchiello:
    At least it's not to warn that you might get 3 $20s, 2 $10s, 3 $5s, a $1 bill and couple of $2 bills when you withdraw $100.

    $1 and $2 bills are TRWTF.

  • Jason (unregistered) in reply to mathew
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  • (cs)

    The ATM game me an Unusual Banker's Bill with sunbeams and an Unusual Clerk's Cap with floating TF2 logo.

  • Shadow86 (unregistered)

    It's obvious why the floss costs so much; "SECOND ITEM MUST BE IDENTICAL TO THE FIRST" All this means is that they clone it exactly at the register.

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