• beef (unregistered)


  • Sandman (unregistered)

    "Quickly find out by typing" vs "Find out by quickly typing" : Yeah, the command takes FOREVER to type. But, you'll get your results quickly.

  • Mike Rosoft (unregistered)

    "We won't go there." To church, or to the casino?

  • operagost (unregistered)

    Who would want to use self-checkout for more than 10 items? A local supermarket has NO cashiers open after 10:30 PM. They want you to take a full cart to the kiosk when your bags won't even fit on the scale. They have to keep pushing a button to tell the system you aren't stealing anything. It's slow. The coupon bin is always full.

  • RichP (unregistered)

    But, but... Powershell is awesome, it's just like those command line thingies you Linux guys use only it's moar better because OBJECTS!

  • notaguid (unregistered)

    I'm not a GUID I'm a human being!

  • RichP (unregistered)

    no I am 2c9VP8uK6VUJIJR4L!

  • Axel (unregistered) in reply to notaguid

    You are number six.

  • Klimax (unregistered) in reply to RichP

    Considering how sone of those commands look like because of strings everywhere, same outcome.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Mike Rosoft

    "We won't go there." To church, or to the casino?

    To Sheffield.

  • 04012018 (unregistered) in reply to Mike Rosoft

    Why would you go to church when there is a casino right next door!

  • Mason Wheeler (unregistered)

    "Actually, this board is outside a casino in Sheffield which is next to the church, but we won't go there," writes Simon.

    There's a great pun on the subject of Pascal's Wager hiding in there somewhere...

  • jgh (unregistered)

    My old church!

  • (nodebb)

    I'm surprised they didn't use Measure-Object on the log files to find the min and max last write time.

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