Apparently the "California" Unified Computing Systems cannot defy gravity as a young server with generous capacity should. Thanks to El Reg having an office in San Francisco, I have been spared the grief of traveling out to the VMworld extravaganza going on this week and am reporting remotely from the show. But thanks to …
Am I missing something?
Because... uh... yeah, what?
Take your meds yesterday?
I'm struggling to find the content here.
@Timothy Prickett Morgan
Tim, dude ... If you can get anything resembling a human female's anatomy and/or underclothing out of that picture, you REALLY need to step away from the computer for awhile. Maybe forever.
Clearly the author was so carried away with his "Bra" analogy that he (presumably he and not she?) neglected to show or explain in what way the support was needed and how this was illustrated by the photo! The Register is rightly famous for its "Sun Headlines" but some substance to the stories is also required if The Register isn't to go T*ts-Up!!. :-)
Can someone show me where the bra is in that pic, im lost
Use your eyes
Theres a definite amount of sagging going on in that picture.
Tim, seriously try and get out a bit more.
Can wait for me to get me hands on em platters
Paris - cos she aint got much sagging
"Theres a definite amount of sagging going on in that picture."
Use a ruler. Optical illusion. My wife sees it as sagging, I see it as straight.
is he talking about the black bits sticking out on the right hand side servers ?
I'm glad it's not just me.
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