• P (unregistered)

    Installation of Frist failed. To install this extension please install at least one of the following components: Frist

  • Zach (unregistered)

    You can call Sam's Club tech support but it will take 4-6 business weeks to process your request, and you will have to pay the standard $99 charge for any IT requests :D

  • (nodebb)

    Well, at least we know that World of Tanks uses 64-bit signed integers to store experience points. I am a little concerned about the implied ability to end up with less than no experience, though.

  • (nodebb)

    The pair of pictures is an automated thing from Google Maps, just asking which picture would better represent the fuel station. If your phone's screen is too small this is the kind of effect you get.

  • Anonymous Recursor (unregistered)

    To understand recursive installation, you must first understand recursive installation.

  • akozakie (unregistered) in reply to Zach

    And you need to STAY on the call for that time?

  • (nodebb)

    As far as I'm concerned restricting a password to 12 characters is a WTF by itself.

    I've run into something similar once, they imposed new password rules and enforced them on all password entry--meaning I couldn't log in with my non-compliant password. (I'm a CorrectHorseBatteryStaple guy rather than a Pa$$wOrd guy and they joined the pas$WOrd crowd.)

    // And yes, I know those don't match.

  • (nodebb)

    Today's entries are pretty good. Very decent. I laughed

  • Dlareg (unregistered)

    The last one is true in both ways.

    First: If you want something installed install it. Second: If you want to install a browser extension you should have the main programs.

  • Dr. Recursion (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous Recursor

    This brought to you from the department of redundancy department.

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