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Comment: wtf slashdot? (Score 0) 138

by dbryson (#46405161) Attached to: The Rise and Fall of Supersymmetry

I don't really care about this post, but at home I get the old slashdot and at work I get the new (fucked up) slashdot. I don't know why. I have been a slashdot subscriber for a long time, nearly since slashdot started (my user id is 3000, I can't seem to see it anymore since they don't want me or anyone to know anymore). I still like the old slashdot better than the new. Why the fuck does the new management have to fuck things up? They had a good thing going here, why fuck it up?

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How Much Stuff Can Timothy Jam Into His New Hoodie's Pockets? (Video) 183 Screenshot-sm

Posted by Roblimo
from the someday-we'll-all-carry-more-than-our-body-weight-in-our-jackets dept.
Timothy Lord is exactly the kind of person for whom the SCOTTEVEST Ultimate Hoodie Microfleece was designed; He's on the go all the time, needs to travel light, and wants to carry lots of stuff on his person to avoid checking luggage when he's flying. Yes, we know; before long half the people waiting to board airliners will be bulked out to double their normal width. Meanwhile, Timothy managed to jam an amazing amount of stuff into his new hoodie. Or jacket, as he prefers to call it.

Comment: Old as shit (Score 5, Informative) 234

by dbryson (#38094518) Attached to: New Media Giants Take Out Print Ad Against SOPA

This was on every other website on the internet yesterday when the ad appeared. Today the rest of the internet is covering how 27 tech companies are supporting SOPA:

http://thenextweb.com/insider/2011/11/17/which-tech-companies-back-sopa-microsoft-apple-and-27-others/

I realize this might be unsettling for Slashdot users used to living in the past. Sorry for that.

+ - Godaddy ssh access down over 24 hours!->

Submitted by dbryson
dbryson (2401) writes "SSH access to virtual servers has been down at godaddy.com for over 24 hours and tech support has no clue as to when it will be restored. Godaddy is actively blocking posts to the community forum about this issue. Methinks perhaps all the competent techs are on vacation on the holiday weekend leaving paying customers screwed!"
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It's funny.  Laugh.

+ - Dice ads cause 100% CPU usage!

Submitted by dbryson
dbryson (2401) writes "Dice ads cause 100% CPU usage and both Slashdot and Digg don't notice! Doesn't matter what browser! Are they running ad blockers on their own site and don't know???? Luckily, I have a dual core processor and have an extra core available to do something besides run the Dice ad!"

I took a fish head to the movies and I didn't have to pay. -- Fish Heads, Saturday Night Live, 1977.

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