Looks like the message text is actually a query that was being passed to a database but isn't anymore or is escaped when perhaps it wasn't before? Didn't look that carefully but it's pretty funny.
My guess was that they've added a layer which strips out single quotes, for safety of course, perhaps in conjunction with parameterisation (because why protect against sqli in just one way when you can do it two ways at the same time?). So instead of 'text here' || chr(13) || chr(10) || 'more text' it's all getting chucked into a big string.
Big two (also known as deuces and various other names), is a card game of Chinese origin. It is similar to the games of president, crazy eights, cheat, winner, and other shedding games. The game is very popular in East Asia and South East Asia, especially throughout China, Indonesia, Macau, Hong...
Seriously though, I always have problems with Outlook search.
At least you only have problems with the search. Since the last release, my Outlook doesn't even connect to the Exchange server at all. I have to use fucking IMAP, which defeats the whole purpose of Outlook. And as an additional bonus, replies sent from another computer sometimes won't show up in Outlook, despite being saved in the correct folder.
Outlook 2016 is a buggy piece of shit and should die in a fire.
An unusual alert referencing My Little Pony has started popping up on the Xbox One. The error message has been spotted by multiple users of the console, and has caused plenty of confusion. As well as failing to provide any useful details about the error, it also tells users to “read it and weep”.
Imma try and puzzle it out. We can estimate that there were 83561 emails sent in the campaign. We can verify this approximation because the percent opened mostly matches (212877/83561 = 254.75%).
So, if everyone opens a certain number of them, that number is a part of the stated percent. If for example there were only 100000 emails sent and you opened 100, there are 1000 100s in 100000 so therefore you opened 10 percent. Now, if you only opened up 5 emails... well I can't figure out just five, so we'll pretend they opened up five, so that's 10 percent five times over again and you get 250%, yeah?