• Tsirf (unregistered)


  • mangavalk (unregistered)

    dafuq, since when do those panels run windows? :O

  • Kaewberg (unregistered)

    I object to objectifying messaging categories. They are people just like you ande me.

  • my name is missing (unregistered)

    I find dealing with AT&T always gives me indigestion. It's about time the web warned us.

  • Chris H. (unregistered)

    Open Weather Map actually changed their API, and Meteorologist has been updated to work correctly. ;-)

    • chrish
  • (nodebb)

    If know that roadsign: it's near Dordrecht... or near Utrecht... one of those surely

  • LCrawford (unregistered)

    The editing conflict with the older timestamp as 'newer': the other change may have been newer but from a different time zone and the TZ was not handled correctly

  • PIck (unregistered)

    Article title appears to have a typo

  • bvs23bkv33 (unregistered)

    2017/11/20 + 29991 days = 31/12/2099, not 1-year but 1-century subscription!

  • (nodebb)

    Re: Weird weather data. Of course the latitude/longitude data is invalid, seeing as it thinks that Waterloo is in close proximity to the sun. That's hotter than the surface of Venus.

  • Free Bird (unregistered) in reply to bjolling

    Actually it looks like it's in or near Rotterdam, which wouldn't be considered to be near either Dordrecht or Utrecht on Dutch proximity scales (although Dordrecht is closer than Utrecht). When you look at it from a distance, however, anywhere in the country is near Utrecht.

  • Kashim (unregistered)

    A long time ago, GM issued a response to a Microsoft comment saying, among other things, "If Microsoft made cars, they would crash twice a day for no reason". Apparently that is a world that we are headed for.

  • Not a Meteorologist (unregistered) in reply to Chris H.

    And here I was thinking that Waterloo had relocated to another planet with higher surface temperatures. And longer years. Probably to buy a software subscription.

  • Anon (unregistered) in reply to Free Bird

    It really is near Rotterdam, I know the place :o

  • Carl Witthoft (google) in reply to Kaewberg

    "Look at this abject object"

  • Quite (unregistered) in reply to Kashim

    Easy enough to recover from: close all the windows and restart it.

  • Loren Pechtel (google)

    I guess we didn't notice World War III. Waterloo was obviously nuked and blown clear off the Earth.

  • Confused (unregistered) in reply to bvs23bkv33

    Woah, your date formatting really threw me off.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Nutster

    TBH, I'm still trying to get my mind out of the gutter

  • eric bloedow (unregistered)


  • foxyshadis (unregistered)

    Also, 5537C is 9999F. Someone left their sentinel value too close to the sun, and it melted all over everything.

  • Free Bird (unregistered) in reply to Anon

    I guess this is splitting hairs (and subjective), but I wouldn't call it nearby that part of Rotterdam - and certainly not in Friday afternoon rush hour traffic. ;)

  • MiserableOldGit (unregistered) in reply to Free Bird

    Nowhere is near anywhere here this week, unless you've got a snowmobile handy.

  • Axel (unregistered)

    Maybe there's a 93,000,000-mile-high mountain in Waterloo that somebody put an SEP field in front of.

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