* Posts by Boris the Cockroach

2161 posts • joined 10 Mar 2008

I got 99 problems, and all of them are your fault

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Re: Ahh yes the

Its 350 yards....

With constant interuptions all the way......

Why dont we have head banging against a wall icon and why are'nt I in the pub yet... stupid working hours

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Pint

Ahh yes the

dreaded walk to whatever machine is throwing a hissy fit today.....

And it can take nearly an hour to walk from the office at one end of factory to the problem (and its only 6 units )

Still.... cant beat "Computer doesn't want to send programs to the robots" call

"bet hes using the wrong setup for that robot as usual" comes my thought

Get to the location ... eventually

Well the screen is showing the correct setup(for a change) however the fact that its only hanging onto the laptop body by 1 very bent hinge is a clear hint that something is amiss

Further inspection shows further damage consistant with said laptop being dropped onto the concrete floor... and the cable is inserted in the usb slot... however the usb connector inside is nowhere near the slot... to be honest I'm surprised said laptop is actually working... and yes you guessed it

"I never dropped it.. was like that when I got it..."

Cue dragging the laptop bits to the office , managing to get a USB stick to connect, and downloading the drives data to it.. all done while swearing very loudly, then raising a ticket to replace it... to which the PHB said "well it still works" arrgrgh I need to retire

To the pub

Mozilla warns more Firefox website breakage to come because devs just aren't checking for SameSite snafus

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Joke

Its the old

sign at Heathrow

"Welcome to London, please put your watches back 70 yrs"

UK data watchdog having a hard time making GDPR fines stick: Marriott scores another extension, BA prepares to pay 11% of £183m penalty threat

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Re: A non-optimal strategy

Sounds like its doing the reverse of the inland revenue who go after the small tax avoiders/evaders so they'll have to pay the fines/backtax because they cant afford the expensive lawyers/accountants the big evaders/avoiders can.

NSA warns that mobile device location services constantly compromise snoops and soldiers

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Big Brother

We'll file this one

under "no shit sherlock"

Then fire the people who forget to turn their phones off at "super secret volcanic lairs"... and that will hopefully solve the "just opened an e.mail attatchment from an unknown source" problem too

You think the UK coronavirus outbreak was bad? Just wait till winter: Study shows test-and-trace system is failing

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Re: If a rule or piece of local bureaucracy gets in the way of this ..

If a rule or piece of local bureaucracy gets in the way of this, let NHSX know and Serco will charge you 1000s to fix it for you.

Doctor, doctor, got some sad news, there's been a bad case of hacking you: UK govt investigates email fail

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Coat

Re: Bless

Quote

"Fox has spent decades demonstrating his unwavering loyalty to Washington and it turns out he was an asset for Russian intelligence."

Which explains why he was so popular in the white house .....

China requires gamers to reveal real names and map them to frag-tastic IDs

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Re: Don't worry, it's coming here soon too

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I certainly have access to all kinds of right wing nonsense via the internet, is yours not working?

You should try the left wing nonsense as well........ almost as batshit crazy as the right wingers..

Caught a rant about racists on one, that if you changed the word "racist" for the word "jew", it would almost read like a goebballs speach from the 1930's...

Dutch Gateway store was kept udder wraps for centuries until refit dug up computing history

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it would be

interesting to see the cost of an off shore build vs the cost of an on-shore build...

A few years ago it came to about 25 dollars for an iPhone.....

Spending on 5G to double despite the pandemic while legacy network infrastructure sector suffers – Gartner

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Facepalm

I read

a NASA report that 5G is bad for us

So there you have it.. proof 5G is bad and should not be deployed

No, boss, I'm not playing Minecraft. Minecraft is where I run VMs on the desktop now

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Boffin

Re: From a bloke currently

Quote:

What the hell, I'm an engineer. I can stop any time I like... can't I?

The short answer is no... 40 odd years of experience have taught me that... ever more fiendish devices for killing luckless managers/operato ... oops.... for producing widgets ever faster have proved that to me

The long answer is you can stop any time you like, but you really have to tell yourself you want to stop

E e e engineering... I can hhhandle it.. cant I?

Bill Gates debunks 'coronavirus vaccine is my 5G mind control microchip implant' conspiracy theory

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Trouble is

these 'b.gates wants to inject us all with microchips spread by 5G" things (they're not theories btw) come from the internets messaging forums (bit like this one but way crazier)

These forums have 2 types of posters, first group is the smaller one, these are the ones who to be blunt, need treatment for mental illness, the second and much larger group is the trolls coming up with ever more outlandish ideas for the first group to believe

Anyway... the mind control chips are already implanted in our phones.....usually the order is "buy a new phone.. you must buy a new phone" because nothing else can explain why someone throws away a year old phone for a new one costing even more....

Capita's bespoke British Army recruiting IT cost military 25k applicants after switch-on

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Unhappy

Re: it's time this ancient, monolithic, waterfall approach to IT projects are also put to rest

The problem is not crapita, but the contracts signed by the civil service to crapita.

Because there'll be a change in minister with a "wouldn't it be good if xxx was added to the system", with the civil service drawing up a new spec and handing it to crapita who then charge an arm and a leg for the varience on the contract.

And then outsourcing the work to the cheapest job shop they can find, and pocket the change.

Followed by offering the minister's wife/children/cousins a job

51 years after humans first set foot on the Moon, a deepfaked Nixon mourns how Armstrong and Aldrin never made it home

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Trollface

We all know

that Stanley Kurbrick was involved in faking the moon landings... its just that he was such a perfectiionist, he had them film it on location.....

Old-school security hole perfect for worms and remote hijackings found lurking in Windows Server DNS code

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FAIL

what?

Very large DNS packets?

Buffer over runs?

Are m$ STILL not comparing the size of the incoming data vs the amount of memory space allocated for it?

After all these years and all that code review for new products?

IBM job ad calls for 12 years’ experience with Kubernetes – which is six years old

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Unhappy

I gave

up my dream of IT work after job ads such as

'must have 2 yrs+ experience in C# ' ... which was a bit difficult as it had only been out 9 months(maybe they wanted to hire the guys who created it)

But the real kick in the balls was

"IT junior admin needed for the local council (basically a PFY) ideal for A level grad or someone looking to change careers" bingo lets apply

"Must be a keen learner" Yupp Open university undergrad here

"Must be know about computers" well dur

"IT qualification" well a diploma from the OU counts .. right?

"Must have 5 yrs previous experience adminning the council's IT infrastructure" YOU ****ING WHAT! well if they have 5 yrs previous , they aint gonna be a junior, and if they just got their A levels, then they started working on the councils computers aged 13......

Just a job spec written for an internal promotion/job change for a useless twonk that they had to advertise and ensure only the internal candidate got the job......

NASA trusted 'traditional' Boeing to program its Starliner without close supervision... It failed to dock due to bugs

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Sounds typical

Aerospace crap to me

When we get new aerospace stuff in, its examined, inspected, process written up and 16 different forms created before we even cut any metal... and then its 100% with the inspection, check methods, dump the programs to the backing store and sign off the dump (means we know who created it all and when.... so no modifying)

Then send the parts to the customer with all the paperwork and hope it all flies through... heh flies.. get it... ok I'll quit that.

Take an aerospace part we've been making for years , its all 'meh' it looks ok... its size... send it... and the programs were changed about 3 yrs ago by someone to make it a bit quicker but we cant remember who changed it or what the change actually was....

Its the same attitude from NASA SpaceX.. new... check everything 14 times and then 15 more for luck... oh its Boeing... they know what they're doing... plus its 5 hrs from DC to Seattle.... it will be ok....

Linux kernel coders propose inclusive terminology coding guidelines, note: 'Arguments about why people should not be offended do not scale'

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IT Angle

Re: The single best argument I have seen that doing this matters

Because it is virtue signalling of the greatest degree.

To say "here I've done something by removing a word" whereas a friend in Louisiana says "The damn important thing is that we get rid of the bad cops, and retrain the rest not to kill people at the slightest inkling of not complying"

Remember that guy swatted a few years ago.... police do a no knock warrent, guy is in his hallway being shouted at by the police, goes to pull his trousers up, gets shot dead by the cops.

Or the kid with a toy gun, cops shoot him instantly... or the guy in the car "Hi, yes I have a firearm in the car, its in the glove compar"<BANGBANGBANG>

But I suppose the virtue signalling is a bit like work.. where the ones good at what they do just keep their heads down and let their work speak for them, and the one crap at their jobs need to shout loudly about how good they are in order play politics to keep their jobs

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i demand

the bible is expunged of all the times the word 'Slave' is used in there, indeed in several places it seems to say that slavery is natural for some people ...

<<<wondering whether to change the signs on the robots to "idiot in charge" and "dumb moron blindly following orders".......

Woohoo I achieved something for race relations... now I can go home and do f*** all about any of the real problems...

UK government shakes magic money tree, finds $500m to buy a stake in struggling satellite firm OneWeb

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Re: Not the solution

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And if it ends up making money, HMG takes profits or can flog off it's investment at a later date.

Correction if it ends up making money , then it will be flogged off to the governments best mates from university for about 40% of the actual market value ASAP

Then instantly sold on for 100% of the actual value with best mate making a 'donation' to the tory party, and getting more government contracts/sell offs/glittery bongs as a result

Barclays Bank appeared to be using the Wayback Machine as a 'CDN' for some Javascript

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This puzzles

Me (as well as feeds my well founded paranoia about using on-line banking)

Why cant the bank host all the scripts/data its website needs? surely thats a more secure way of doing things than what seems like downloading random scripts from some archive.

Download the scripts data to your testing servers, check them out... run the tests, shift to production.

Or am I being too simple ?

Capita Consulting ditching more than a quarter of its workforce 45 days after consultations with consultants

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Re: Er ...

And they'll charge the taxpayers for 14 ED-209s .....

UN warns of global e-waste wave as amount of gadgets dumped jumps 21% in 5 years

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You want to sort

this problem.

Make it law that any battery powered e-device can have its battery changed for a new one by its owner with the minimum of tools (eg a kitchen knife and a hammer),then enshrine right to repair into law too... you paid for the device, its yours to fix/repair/modify as you see fit, and make the manufacturer have to provide parts for the device for 10 yrs after it went out of production

After all.. could you imagine a car market where you HAD to take your car to Ford for new tyres? , where you could'nt have a different exhaust fitted to the one Ford specify? and when the F150 went out of production you couldn't buy any spares for it?

Sadly google and apple will quickly bribe sorry lobby for that sorta law to be squished ASAP

Details of Beijing's new Hong Kong security law signal end to more than two decades of autonomy

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IT Angle

Re: Terrorism Act 2006

Yes, but people here accused of terrorism still have the right to a fair trial, overseen by an independent judge with a 12 person jury where the evidence is heard by all parties and a defence entered for the accused.

China .. national security panel consisting of judges appointed by the cheif exec( or the central government) , extradition to the mainland if the case is thought serious with no right of appeal

Finally a section rather like the old article 58 of the USSR's criminal code that can be used to criminalise anything said or done by a protestor with penalties from 5yrs to life in jail.

Give it 5 years and Hong Kong wil be just another big chinese city

'It's really hard to find maintainers...' Linus Torvalds ponders the future of Linux

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Re: "COBOL programmers of the 2030s?

Quote:

As far as the programmers - aging, moving out of coding, retiring, dying - check, check, check, and check.

As far as the language - difficult to learn, often not taught in schools, negativity perceived - check, check, and check.

As far as the code - poor documentation, poor sample code, poor mentoring - check, check, and check.

As far as external drivers - potential panic from a date apocalypse - check.

Torvalds hit the nail on the head and 2030 might be optimistic.

To be honest , you could be describing any one of the high skill low status jobs out there in today's world.

You know.. the stuff that actually makes the world work instead of a flashy website or cool animation.

I've had my fill of concurrent and system programming and as far as I'm concerned.. you can stuff it.

So I stick with the robots who wait around endlessly because you've forgotten to put a Sync() in the program... stilll that better than the idiot who starts the robot and does'nt check to sync() with the machine and punches a robot hand through a closed door...

Maybe we could automate Linus .... a swear bot and a punching robot should do the trick

US govt: Julian Assange tried to recruit hacker to steal hush-hush dirt and we should know – the hacker was an informant

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Re: Legal jurisdiction

the only reason its a US/UK thing is because the stupid idiot decided to skip bail and hide in an embassy for 7 yrs(then pissed off the country owning the embassy and got kicked out)

Otherwise we would have mailed him to Sweden with a very firm 'goodbye and dont come back' message, and not given a toss about him after that.

It's National Cream Tea Day and this time we end the age-old debate once and for all: How do you eat yours?

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Re: Too much arguing = not enough eating

Noting could beat addlestones cider fresh from the pump

Or addlebrains as we engineers called it... ahhh the stories... the bodges.... the outright disasters all caused by an innocent fermented liquid served to a bunch of government employed hammer wielders

"err professor... your device appears to be sinking"

"Its supposed to"

"But we havent opened the valve to flood it yet"

oggle goggle oggle goggle

"Best we ajourn back to the pub for more cider before anyone notices ..."

Lockdown team building: Actualise the potentiality of your workforce... through the power of video games

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Devil

You lot

should try Left for dead in verses mode.

4 human survivors, and 4 human special infected

Its ended many a friendship and indeed ruined a couple of relationships.

But its damn good fun to face zombies with brains rather than the AI they normally run with.... along with the brief screams of unwary survivors

We're no longer helping UK Post Office persecute postal workers with our shonky system, says Fujitsu

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Re: And hopefully the summary

The comparision I'm making is that post office managers f***ed over their staff with finings and jailings and will more than likely be allowed to walk since 'too much time has passed' or 'retired early'

Where as old squadies from operation Banner get dragged into court regardless of the time since the alledged offense....

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And hopefully the summary

Will read as follows:

"There were systemic failing in the Horizons program regarding the amount of money put through the system compared to the amount horizons was saying had been put through

Post office managers then took the statements from horizons and wrongly inferred that theft had happened from the post office by sub-postmasters totally innocent of any such theft.

Fujitsu then supplied evidence under oath to the court that such theft had in fact happened with the result that innocent men and women were either threatened with jail, or in fact , sent to jail.

Fujitsu was aware of problems with the horizons system and had remotely corrected problems with post office accounts even though fujitsu said that remote access could not happen

Post office managers were informed that the data supplied by horizons could be and was faulty, yet decided to press on with charging innocent postmasters with theft, and forcing them to either pay back the 'missing' money of being jailed for theft.

The recommendation of this inquiry is that the managers at fujitsu and the post office be charged with contempt of court, lying under oath, and perjury"

However the chances of any report looking like that are slightly less than 1% with the report white washing the managers with the required phrases of "new procedures put in place" and "the guilty men have retired/moved on so would be unfair to charge them"

Next case

Old squaddies from northern ireland who may have committed crimes 45 yrs ago......

Belief in 5G conspiracy theories goes hand-in-hand with small explosions of rage, paranoia and violence, researchers claim

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Re: explosions of rage, paranoia and violence

Consider how dumb the average person is

Then remember that 50% of the population are dumber than that.

Sure is wild that Apple, Google app store monopolies are way worse than what Windows got up to, sniffs Microsoft prez

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Linux

Re: Hello Pot? Kettle would like a word with you!

The only reason m$ continue in the dominant desktop position is because they wont port office/outlook to any other OS

Hence m$ has a captive market.

Introduce a few changes every year and goto a subscription based model and you'll keep the cash rolling in with very little work... just like IBM used to... until someone does to m$ what m$ did to IBM.......

<just installed linux mint on an ancient (2009) laptop... oh look it works and we can reuse said laptop....when win10 wouldn't even spit on it....

Ex-director cops community service after 5,000-file deletion spree on company Dropbox

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Re: Backups? We've heard of them...

The cloud is a lie

A memo from the distant future... June 2022: The boss decides working from home isn't the new normal after all

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I think

this piece must have been written by a resentful and bitter BOFH, forced to prowl the empty and decaying offices while maintaining the IT infrastructure that makes working from home possible.

With no victims to relive the tensions of each day full of "my cam has stopped working" emails, he resorts into hacking the conference streams with video of the lusers activities during the previous evening and then watching the resulting bunfight..... but this brings no where near the satifaction of the open window above the carpark or the none appearance of the lift at the open lift doors.

Soon the effects of being the only person in the building begin their dreadful toll with our BOFH starting to build traps for unwary janitors, with the result the seemingly empty building starts getting a dire repution, only to be hurried past at a run, with salvation being the at the nearest pub.

But even that is infected with stories of the hagged and pasty faced spectre that appears at 3pm on a friday demanding drinks......

No surprise: Britain ditches central database model for virus contact-tracing apps in favour of Apple-Google API

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Re: If it has cost £108M that is more than the vaccine development program!

Quote:

Stupid UK gov leadership strikes again. Solution: MPs need electing that represent citizens interests not whatever is on their personal dinner plate at the time

Hhahahahhahahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhahahahahahah

What dream world are you living in?

Seriously... most MPs are lawyers and their hangers on/ lobbyists/ special advisors seem to sprout from the same university the MP went to.

So given a choice between lobbing taxpayer cash at a competent well planned company experienced in the matter in hand or lobbing it at their mate's start up that has a glossy folder full of PDFs... it will goto the mate... because he was a jolly good wheeze back at oxbridge.

Plus he has incriminating photos of the MP shagging a sheep.....

Splunk to junk masters and slaves once a committee figures out replacements

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Flame

Quote

Book burning parties can't be far off now.

And remember kids, when one burns books, burning people is never far behind.....

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I need help

(quit the snidey remarks)

I'm a master craftsman, thats how I'm described..... so what do I change 'master' to to reflect the years of learning and practising I've put into my trade?

But the serious problem is actually english, in that its a langauge where 1 word is used to describe several different unrelated situations.

ZFS co-creator boots 'slave' out of OpenZFS codebase, says 'casual use' of term is 'unnecessary reference to a painful experience'

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Wish I could upvote this another 100 times.

Just try swapping careers aged 40, from say a slimey horrid little factory worker to being a bright trainee spark at an IT job.

Too old

Too old

Too old

Too old

Too old

Too old

Too old

Too old

Despite us older folks being more likely to turn up day in day out rather than a 21 yr old who cant be arsed after a night on the piss.

I know , lets get rid of a word, that will make everyone feel better about history... plus we dont actually have to do anything practical to help people

In Hancock's half-hour, Dido Harding offers hollow laughs: Cake distracts test-and-trace boss at UK COVID-19 briefing

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She is being relied on by many people, mostly the hackers who have your talk talk details......

UK.gov announces review – not proper inquiry – into Fujitsu and Post Office's Horizon IT scandal

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Some people

need to be charged

1. withholding evidence.

2. failure to disclose evidence.

If there was written proof of the failure of horizons on someones desk , and they knew about the court cases and did not inform the defence counsel, then they are guilty of the above offenses, regardless of whether the accused was actually guilty of theft.

If the prosecution QC knew about the horizons failures and did not mention it, then that will be a reason to throw him/her out of a job as a QC.

The inquiry should have the following terms.

Who knew about the failure of horizons?

Did they disclose that the failure could and did materially affect the course of several court cases?

What did they do about the said failures?

And finally , the most important thing

Will the inquiry be able to recommend that criminal charges of perjury, withholding evidence, failure to disclose evidence, and misleading the court be applied to those responsible within the post office and fujitsu organisations?

Brit MP demands answers from Fujitsu about Horizon IT system after Post Office staff jailed over accounting errors

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Boffin

I work in aerospace engineering, one of the lowly 'face' workers, we have customers who send us a spec for a part and any blind man can see it wont work eg a fuel pump bearing having a particular size specified, yet the part is plated by the customer and we know that the size will change out of spec.

We can point this out to the manglers here and their attitude is "we're making it to the customers spec, now get on with it"

Of course the customer then calls us a few days later and says we made them wrong because now the fuel pumps seize up(if they can get the bearings in at all), shit then rolls downhill and lands on us.

In that situation , its easier to keep your head down and keep quiet about problems you see, because the manglement dont like uppity "I told you so" employees that call into question their own competence.

Its not a lack of ethics in the guys actually doing the job, because they can yell "it wont work" as much as they like if the manglement just ignore the problems because they want to hit the delivery targets in order to get bonuses etc.

"Send the program, we'll blame the programmers for any show stopping bugs, even though the programmers have told us there are show stoppers in the customers data format"

"hmm what that... the plane did a 180 roll 30 seconds after take off and plunged into the ground... must be the pilots fault...."

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WTF?

Re: Any chance

Ok lets translate my scribblings into something you may under stand

The accounts dept spots a difference between the amount tallied up by each branch vs the amount tallied up by the software.

Manager decides "The branches are stealing money" and gets branch managers sent to jail.

IT department comes along with "hey boss , the software is crap and full of errors in the tallying"

Manager responds with a robust sending away message and carries on jailing people

Several years later we find out the software WAS crap, and that innocent people were being jailed

Manager responsible walks away with a huge pay off and wont be jailed himself.

Would you be happy if you'd been falsly imprisoned?

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Any chance

of criminal proceding again post office managers.... ohh they've all retired.... well best not to

Meanwhile, old squaddies who commited crimes in Northern Ireland are still being chased by the police/law for events 40 years ago

Sorry but post office managers committed crimes by having innocent people jailed.

If we as a people are prepared to let those guilty go free, then what the **** is the point of the law... just like cummings and his lockdown eyetest.

If Daddy doesn't want me to touch the buttons, why did they make them so colourful?

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Happy

Re: Press the button Max ...

Quote

"Any interruption to its control supply could have resulted in "Goodbye Basingstoke"."

So a big plus then?

Watch an oblivious Tesla Model 3 smash into an overturned truck on a highway 'while under Autopilot'

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Happy

Re: Duh....

Theres something wrong with your final statement

Quote

There are too many car owners out there who clearly got their driving license out of a packet of Rice Crispies

There fixed it for you

They've only gone and bloody done it! NASA, SpaceX send two fellas off to the International Space Station

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Thumb Up

You

cant land a rocket after its been in flight

...

You cant land a rocket on a ship in mid ocean..

You cant land 2 side boosters at the same time as landing a rocket on a ship in mid ocean.... (ok... maybe they just missed the last bit)

You cant launch people into space for less than a gizzilion dollars a seat...

Wonder what SpaceX are going to do next....

Oh and the noise in the background was partly the Falcon 9 taking off , but mostly the sound of 10 000 boeing execs seething and grinding their teeth as they realise their pork barrel is being taken away from them....

So you really didn't touch the settings at all, huh? Well, this print-out from my secret backup says otherwise

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Devil

Fear the

logbook of shame.

Mainly because thats what I say to errent operators who've fubar'ed the machines.

"Tell me exactly what you did"

"Dint do nuffing.. machine did it"

"The logbook will tell me if you've f***ed with the settings....."

At which point the truth comes out, or I resort to calling up the logbook and letting the managers deal with the fall out...

Hey ho.. never hide anything from the IT mob... we will find the evidence, and then use it against you at a time of our choosing...

PS has the BOFH been furloughed?

Made-up murder claims, threats to kill Twitter, rants about NSA spying – anything but mention 100,000 US virus deaths, right, Mr President?

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Black Helicopters

Its not trump doing the twitterring

the republickons have hi-jacked the daily wail headline generator and attatched it to a twitter bot

Any other idea is too frightning to think of....

Laughing UK health secretary launches COVID-19 Test and Trace programme with glitchy website and no phone app

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WTF?

Did they actually

pay someone to come up with this 'app' or did they just grab some code off sourceforge , stick a shiney label around it then claim it was the greatest thing ever?

Linus Torvalds drops Intel and adopts 32-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper on personal PC

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Windows

Re: They say you can tell a man....

Use your anger, let the hate flow through you and you will be my apprentice to the dark side forever

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