In the context of this article, it's interesting that the cafe on the other side of the offending pub is called Mori, which I believe is Latin for death
In the battle of new versus old in today's example of signage silage, the only winner appears to be Bork. Snapped earlier this year in Wimbledon, southwest London, by Register reader Dragon Cotterill, today's bork has been affixed to the side of a building, casting its baleful gaze down onto the O'Neill's public house below. …
That seems painted over something earlier.
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Not necessarily, that could also be the next fall through boot device after the hard disk/SSD has failed catastrophically and is no longer recognised by the BIOS. It's not likely there would be a network device that could be booted from in one of these devices other than during on-site maintenance. More likely it's got a 3G dongle plugged in for over the air updates when the OS has booted and the drivers etc are loaded.
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