• (nodebb)

    I refuse to believe anybody in this world dislikes borsch. With beef, then you add some greens, and sour cream... yummy

  • my name is missing (unregistered)

    Those Utah cruising seniors probably don't like Borsch.

  • Anonymous') OR 1=1; DROP TABLE wtf; -- (unregistered)

    SFF is the IATA airport code for the Felts Field airport in Spokane, Washington. Not a WTF.

  • (nodebb)

    I don't get the "how do you feel about this article?" one. What's so WTF about it.

  • edop (unregistered) in reply to jeremypnet

    6 out of 3 who responded were happy

  • markm (unregistered)

    Was the "cruises originating in Utah" ad generated by AI (artificial idiocy) plugging your location into its boilerplate, or was it written by a Natural Idiot?

  • Darren (unregistered)

    I don't see what the WTF is on the U.2 one. Surely they're the results that you'd expect to see - all the actual search results are about the U.2 connector. The sidebar ones are tangentially related - which is what you'd expect from a search engine in 2023. Did they send in the wrong screenshot?

  • Bill T (unregistered)

    Who do the developers think they are, telling us that the answer is too short? One time I tried to use "What is your father's middle name?" ('B' - honest, not an initial, his middle name is 'B')

  • (nodebb) in reply to Darren

    I expect the issue is that it translated SFF-8639 to U.2 to U2 to U2 (Rock band). Perhaps the search engine felt that you still haven't found what you're looking for.

  • (nodebb) in reply to jeremypnet

    I live in Maryland. Google loves to take a search that includes the word Maryland, shorten it to the postal code "MD", and then include those results - what could possibly go wrong?

  • (nodebb) in reply to edop

    I'm surprised.

  • Bob (unregistered)

    If you have an android phone, set it sometime to provide you directions to your destination from the maps app. While running, say "OK Google. Are we there yet?" and it will respond with an answer about expected arrival time. Ask again. "No." Ask again. "No." Ask again. "No. If you ask me again, we won't stop for ice cream."

  • TVJohn (unregistered)

    I had exactly that 'answer too short' issue on one occasion. The security question was 'Where was your mother born' to which the correct answer was Ely, a well know cathedral city in Cambridgeshire, England. In the end I had to use Cambridge.

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