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Comment: Re:R.I.P. Mozilla (Score 1) 168

by Khyber (#47787693) Attached to: Mozilla Rolls Out Sponsored Tiles To Firefox Nightly's New Tab Page

"This is mozilla... not any company..."

You're right. Not any company gets security-shafted every fucking week because of their bullshit week cycle. Only Mozilla does. I've dealt with more secure implementations of IE6 than your most recent version of Firefox.

So shut the fuck up because you've got zero programming skills proven to show your issues.

Comment: Re: A fool and their money (Score 1) 254

"Found 3 spots that felt just right, drilled the first, and found water at 70 feet."

Protip: Once you go past about 40 feet you're firmly in water-storing territory. Just about anyone drilling that far will find water underneath if you're anywhere near an area that has flood plains, aquifers, and such in the area.

Comment: Re: Welcome to Australia, Ferengi. (Score 1) 114

by Khyber (#47784465) Attached to: Australian Consumer Watchdog Takes Valve To Court

"If it is not possible to repair the fault then the option of replace or refund is available"

In the case Opportunist is talking about, it would be almost impossible to not repair, unless the PCB or traces had damage. Running them to failure just means a quick component reflow/replacement, which is fairly cheap and almost easy enough to automate testing and repair thereof.

Comment: Re:R.I.P. Mozilla (Score 1) 168

by Khyber (#47778285) Attached to: Mozilla Rolls Out Sponsored Tiles To Firefox Nightly's New Tab Page

"Well they have full control and all they have to say is you want this spot, you can have for this much but you have no control over anything that happens to the browser."

As if drive-by malware embedded in ads hasn't happened before. Yea, you might want to have a seat, I got some things to tell you.

In specifications, Murphy's Law supersedes Ohm's.

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