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I just found this in a comment to a news article I was reading:
The problem with something "foolproof" is that new and improved types of fools are being made every day.
That comment was prophetic. The article was about a train accident here last year. It turned out that the fool involved was the dispatcher who was too busy playing with his phone instead of looking what happens on the tracks.
"I don't know, extraterrestrial?"
"You mean like from space?"
"No, from Canada."
If software development were a circus, we would all be the clowns.
It really disgusts me these days when groups get together for an event and nobody talks to each other, too busy watching videos or checking arsebook on their phones. My ibil is constantly asking if I have seen his latest posts and complaining that other family members don't 'like' his idiotic posts. I have seriously looked for a thumbs down symbol, or a dislike link, but I must not be looking in the right place...at least then he would see that I read them.
One of the reasons I got a WP was so that I can't get the 'facetime' app that he loves to use...also, when the wife has iProblems, iDontGottaBeInvolved!
I was sent this: Dubai zoom[^] and thought ".... nah!"
So, I checked: Dubai 45 gigapixels[^] and yes, it works!
Even more amazing: if you zoom in to the right of where they do, just above the curved wall there is a white bus, with a white car behind it. You can read the car number plate ..."L55617"
That's just ... wow!
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
They just sent me a sms this morning to tell me I had confused my sockets and they were different color
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.