• (nodebb)

    What?! How am I frist?

    The Rewards info should only appear if it is enabled. Mind you something else needs to be enabled to get that text processed instead of displayed. That looks like it should really be server-side, so blocking JS on the client should not have this effect.

  • ttlanhil (unregistered)

    The last one looks very much like the mail merge tags used by mailchimp (and probably others) - so the rewards would be: if it was actually the image (i.e. the merge had worked) and you clicked on the link and eventually signed up for a paid plan, the person sending the email would have received a bit of credit towards their paid plan. Sorry, no reward for you!

  • Brian (unregistered)

    Well hello there. Would you like to see my... Raspberry Pi? It's the new bigger & more powerful model.

  • (nodebb)

    It says "balsamic vinegar", not "balsamic olive oil", you insensitive clod!

  • Brian Boorman (google)

    You would think Outlook would also tell Carlos that "hage" is not the correct spelling of "have".

  • my name is missing (unregistered)

    In 1601 "have" might have been spelled "hage"

  • (nodebb) in reply to Ross_Presser

    It says "balsamic vinegar", not "balsamic olive oil"

    Ah, that means it will do an extra 25% distance between changes as it is self-cleaning.

  • Anon E. Mouse (unregistered)

    In the beginning there was nothing. Then there was a cat. Nothingness was actually the inside of the cat. The cat had a hairball and the universe was formed.

  • Project Farm (unregistered)

    Will balsamic vinegar work as motor oil? Let's find out!

  • (nodebb)

    The Outlook update date year of 1601 is the beginning of "Windows time". Much like "Unix time" is measured as the number of seconds since Jan 1, 1970 starting at 00:00:00 UTC (excluding leap seconds), "Windows time" is measured as the number of 100ns intervals since Jan 1, 1601 starting at 00:00:00 UTC. I assume Windows also excludes "leap" 100ns intervals.

  • Ulysses (unregistered)

    Hey Mark, do you even bother to read your posts? Don't answer that.

  • Craig (unregistered)

    Balsamic vinegar and motor oil seems like it would be a less than appetizing salad dressing.

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