• (nodebb)


    Also: I know what a "guard page" is from a technical point of view, but I feel like it has an alternative meaning here which I don't know. :D My excuse is that I'm not a native speaker. :)

  • Hans (unregistered)

    Yes that page is experiencing problems. Did the poster call that number?

  • I Read The Comments (unregistered)

    Automatic Self Repair Car ftw.

  • Brian (unregistered)

    Seems like that pump is pretty secure to me - the security module isn't working, so the pump is disabled. One could argue that maybe there's too much info in the error message, but that's why PCI requires multiple layers of security. An IP address and product versions won't do you much good if you can't get access to the network in the first place (and if you could, that message probably isn't telling you anything you don't know already).

    Oh, and I love how the first picture is using the side of the can to support that shelf. Probably just a matter of time until their network is all soupy.

  • (nodebb)

    @Brian: Almost, but not quite, right. Their PHB requested that the IT people soup up their networking setup, and being Elbonian they took it literally.

  • Bruce W (unregistered)

    The real WTF in the wiring cupboard is that there are no dust bunnies or cables layered in dust. Any self-respecting wiring cupboard that uses soup cans would not be opened more than once a year.

  • Jonathan (unregistered)

    I have no idea what a 'radiowrapper' is, and google isn't returning any results that make sense in this context. Anyone know what he's talking about?

  • (author) in reply to Jonathan

    Dear Jonathan, An automobile is simply an overpriced, overweight mechanism to contain a stereo system. The advertisements would have you believe that some driving is involved, but we all know that mostly they just sit parked on freeways.

  • Gosh Darn It (unregistered)

    Who took all the twisty ties out of the trash bag container??!!? And where's my soup?!

  • Randal L. Schwartz (google)

    "I said use SOAP, not SOUP."

  • mihi (unregistered)

    I did not even know it is possible to display an ampersand or a semicolon on a 14-segment liquid crystal display...

  • write click (unregistered)

    It looks like the first one is suffering from an expired SSL (Soup Structural Layer) cert. Is that June or January of this year?

  • Officer Johnny Holzkopf (unregistered) in reply to Randal L. Schwartz

    No soup for you!!!

  • (nodebb) in reply to mihi

    I did not even know it is possible to display an ampersand or a semicolon on a 14-segment liquid crystal display

    And the picture proves that it isn't.

  • MiniRagnarok (unregistered)

    I don't believe the classical music image is a bug. My toyota does the same thing with bluetooth music when it can't pull up the cover art. It's just one of a few random images that they display instead.

  • I Read The Comments (unregistered)

    While working, i was hearing my Queen playlist... then Bohemian Rhapsody started playing... so i came back here just to say: Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?

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