• NULLPTR (unregistered)


  • Debra (unregistered)

    A car for 700K SEK? Somebody must be a HPC.

  • Hal (unregistered)

    Is the tax thing wrong? I Googled quickly and that appears to be a Canada retirement savings thing. No notion of Canadian tax law here. We have pretty restrictive contribution limits in the USA (really dumb for nation with a retirement savings crisis but that is a different discussion). I see an extra space after the and so maybe the user has not filed in a spouses name or something or filled in a space. Perhaps they are some kind of star athlete, television personality, or CXO and its just saying if they put their entire income into some kind of qualified retirement savings thing they'd owe not tax - likely true if allowed?

    However given the missing name, I feel like what we probably are looking at here is an input validation problem. Someone put garbage in; it failed to validate a form and its spitting garbage out - no surprise there.

  • MiserableOldGit (unregistered)

    "DO NOT USE"

    It's a BMW, that's the option to enable the indicators.

  • ray10k (unregistered)

    Love the Incredibles reference~

  • (nodebb)

    People complain Porsche options are expensive, BMW charges $300 for something that should not be used.

  • Bruce W (unregistered)

    Hopefully, the rest of their tax math will not be as wrong

    Wow. Some WTFs really can make your brain hurt.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Debra

    "'cause you drove a Hyundai to get here, I drove an $80K BMW, that's my name."

  • (nodebb)

    "And 42 of those 2 footprints were when I was carrying you."

  • Gary Larson (unregistered)

    DO NOT USE is the option that gives an extra 200HP...

  • Neveranull (unregistered)

    “DO NOY USE” is obviously for the James Bond ejector seat.

  • I-am-a-robot-so-there (unregistered)

    DO NOT USE is a screenshot of an early-2000's Ubuntu Netbook. Definitely do not use. Get a real computer for your BMW!

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