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Just try booking a round trip ticket from Hudson (HUD) to Grand Central Station (NYG). If you type in NY, ok, you get a drop down list, pick an item, and it selects the wrong destination!
Defaults to opening the first train of the day, which takes up the whole screen, so you're wondering, W(here)TF are the other options?
Click on a ticket price. Then you have to click on "Add to Cart" which doesn't always seem to work. Those horizontal green and blue things are clickable, even though the mouse pointer stays an arrow making me, at least, think they're not clickable and wondering what they're there for.
And if you want to change something, clicking on the browser's back button erases all data and you have to start from scratch!
Did I mention the layout is atrocious?
The whole booking design is pathetic. You could write it so that you could do the entire round trip on a single screen!
Must have been written in Ruby on Rails (actually, looking at the page source, it doesn't seem so) by an idiot (but this part still is true.)
Sadly, this is probably the result of feedback from computer illiterate people on what originally was an almost equally bad design but at least didn't behave so erratically.
Not so bad, but I've bought tickets from the NJ Path vending machines. The software does work - but where and when you can do things is crazy.
If I recall correctly, if you want more than one ticket you need to go to the checkout page and find the right spot to begin the changes routine. Why would I want to check out if I didn't finish with my selection?
I'm sure the usual riders don't have any problems - but then again, they're from NJ.
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It previously was installed on an adult page and after that you have picked the movie and it, my application quickly gain access to your system.
Then, your front-cam captured you wank, furthermore i captured a movie that you've viewed.
Just after a while this also picked up all of your social contact information. If you happen to wish me to erase your everything i currently have - transfer me 600 us in btc it is a crypto. It's my wallet address : 18aou7xiQ1U6cccBNoDBuvTQudtaQ76Hig
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I do hope she's also a Nigerian Princess or Bank President! I don't like dealing with strangers . . .
I received one very similar last month, except it claimed it used my own camera to catch me in the act of watching the adult video and pleasuring myself, and threatened to send it to my contacts if I didn't pay.
I didn't pay.
So far my friends haven't admitted seeing the video. They're probably too embarrassed.
If you think 'goto' is evil, try writing an Assembly program without JMP.
Well - one thing they don't have are any of my passwords.
The TO: address was one of my countless throw-away emails. Apparently from an insurance quote from so long ago I don't remember who to punish for selling my email address.
However - if they did have such a video, I'd thank them, upon distribution, for the free advertising of my um, urh, ah . . . "wares". That'd be an interesting strategy . . . ask them how much they want to hurry up with the release.*
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?
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