• that other guy (unregistered)

    Well, at least that's over now.

  • Anomalous Crustacean (unregistered)

    TRWTF is two posts in one day but no WTF

  • beef (unregistered)

    I'm with that other guy

  • tbo (unregistered)

    Let's just stick with the stories.

  • Sole Purpose of Visit (unregistered)

    "We should probably cut [the lame Steve Buscemi joke] in post ..."

    This "improvisation" you talk about ... I do not think it means what you think it means.

    I did my best. I fought through the first seven minutes. And I understand the effort you all put into this, but it isn't actually "improv," it's just a pod-cast with a license to free-wheel in not-very-improvisational ways.

    I don't think you're doing your sponsor any favors whatsoever.

  • Anonymous Coward (unregistered)

    No kidding... stuff like this:

    http://thedailywtf.com/articles/the-end-of-the-lucky-deuce

    and this:

    https://thedailywtf.com/series/software-on-the-rocks

    were definitely better. I would have preferred one of those styles vs this to promote this particular sponsor.

  • Deez (unregistered)

    Could have been a fair bi worse.

  • Friedrice the Great (unregistered)

    Another post my employer's corporate proxy blocks.

    And the post just before it is an ad.

    Why do I read TDWTF again?

  • Smash (unregistered) in reply to Friedrice the Great

    Well I didn't exactly enjoy this series either, but let's be fair: the ad you complained about was posted in the same day as an actual article.

    Anyway, let's move on to more enjoyable content, mmmkay?

  • (nodebb)

    On the Raygun page it says,

    by viewing complete user sessions

    wouldn't that be essentially spyware, at least to EC stampdarts?

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