Exception: welcome!



  • I don't think I'm going to keep using Dropboks any longer:

    [http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/4780/screenshotvb3.png]



  • @Zecc said:

    I don't think I'm going to keep using Dropboks any longer:

    [http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/4780/screenshotvb3.png]

     

    TRWTF is using IE6.



  • @rohypnol said:

    TRWTF is using IE6.
    ... inside a remote desktop session inside a remote desktop session. :/



  • @Zecc said:

    @rohypnol said:
    TRWTF is using IE6.
    ... inside a remote desktop session inside a remote desktop session. :/

    No wooden table?



  •  No, the real WTF is calling a web framework - or anything for that matter - "pocket rocket".



  •  Actually running a remote desktop session (inside a remote desktop session) on a wooden table would be quite the impressive feat.



  • @Heron said:

     Actually running a remote desktop session (inside a remote desktop session) on a wooden table would be quite the impressive feat.

     

    I used to VNC to a computer which ran a virtual machine from which I'd VNC to another computer. This was the only route I could take to get to my "destination" and the network admins wouldn't make any changes to make my life easier. I suppose they had their own reasons for keeping things so complicated instead of simply allowing me to SSH to the "destination."



  • @Heron said:

     Actually running a remote desktop session (inside a remote desktop session) on a wooden table would be quite the impressive feat.

     

    Dunno, maybe you can simulate a wooden table with that Microsoft  surface thingy. Then the meme will come full circle and TDWTF will spawn a super-meme that will include all jokes ever done about IT.



  • @PSWorx said:

     No, the real WTF is calling a web framework - or anything for that matter - "pocket rocket".

     

    Does it run on the iBrator?



  • @rohypnol said:

    @Heron said:

     Actually running a remote desktop session (inside a remote desktop session) on a wooden table would be quite the impressive feat.

     

    I used to VNC to a computer which ran a virtual machine from which I'd VNC to another computer. This was the only route I could take to get to my "destination" and the network admins wouldn't make any changes to make my life easier. I suppose they had their own reasons for keeping things so complicated instead of simply allowing me to SSH to the "destination."

    I once was RDP'd into a machine and decided to VNC back to my client machine.  Hilarity resulted.

    Also,
    I saw what lies at the far end of an infinite corridor of reflecting
    mirrors, and am now able to divide by zero in my mind as a consequence.



  • I suppose you could project the display onto a wooden table.



  • @DaveK said:

    @rohypnol said:

    @Heron said:

     Actually running a remote desktop session (inside a remote desktop session) on a wooden table would be quite the impressive feat.

     

    I used to VNC to a computer which ran a virtual machine from which I'd VNC to another computer. This was the only route I could take to get to my "destination" and the network admins wouldn't make any changes to make my life easier. I suppose they had their own reasons for keeping things so complicated instead of simply allowing me to SSH to the "destination."

    I once was RDP'd into a machine and decided to VNC back to my client machine.  Hilarity resulted.

    Also,
    I saw what lies at the far end of an infinite corridor of reflecting
    mirrors, and am now able to divide by zero in my mind as a consequence.


    This sounds to me like:

    You go: "I once killed a guy..." - Girls go: "Woooow! You're so cool!"

    You go: "I once had a VNC session inside another VNC session..." - Girls go: "I want to strip you naked, cover your whole body with chocolate and have crazy sex for two days in a row!"

    This "VNC inside VNC" business is starting to sound like it would be a nerd turn-on... Am I a bad person for thinking that?



  • @PSWorx said:

     No, the real WTF is calling a web framework - or anything for that matter - "pocket rocket".

     

    "Is that a rocket in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?"



  • @rohypnol said:

    You go: "I once killed a guy..." - Girls go: "Woooow! You're so cool!"

    False.  Just killing a guy isn't enough in this fast-paced, digital age.  Hell, a chick could get a murderer damn near anywhere.  No, you have to kill a guy with some kind of gimmick, videotape it, "remix" the video with some popular song and post it to YouTube.

     

    @rohypnol said:

    You go: "I once had a VNC session inside another VNC session..." - Girls go: "I want to strip you naked, cover your whole body with chocolate and have crazy sex for two days in a row!"

    I submit to the Court Exhibit A in The People vs. rohypnol's Denials of Being a Virgin.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    I submit to the Court Exhibit A in The People vs. rohypnol's Denials of Being a Virgin.

     

    And I hate you. There... Lemme see you live with that on your conscious!



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    False.  Just killing a guy isn't enough in this fast-paced, digital age.  Hell, a chick could get a murderer damn near anywhere.  No, you have to kill a guy with some kind of gimmick, videotape it, "remix" the video with some popular song and post it to YouTube.
    Name me one woman who was impressed when you posted that video of you shoving black people off of a roof to "Chocolate Rain".



  • @bstorer said:

    Name me one woman who was impressed when you posted that video of you shoving black people off of a roof to "Chocolate Rain".
    Is it bad that I'm reminded of the opening scene from Dead Rising where it was zombies falling off the roof?

    I replayed that opening scene over and over, hoping that one time, they wouldn't shove the living chick off the roof and would instead start doing the Thriller dance.


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