So a probable 7nm 64 core 128 threads Rome chip v's .... this...thing???
Lmao... jings it looks bad for the blue team.
11 posts • joined 10 Nov 2017
Yes same here i got it many many years ago when Hotmail was just a youngun and it's going to be kept until i croak it ... or hotmail/outlook.com does..
My other spam magnet gmail account comes with a nice reminder that 37 other folk have the same name as me, that's likely 37 thousand now.
"Until we know more it's best to assume that a 'drink' is any amount you can hold in one hand."
So i can quite happily consume a half pint of Tactical nuclear penguin every morning?
Excellent, should make the drive into work interesting...if i can find the car that is.
Many many moons ago, when pc's had cluncky on off switches and techs still went out on the piss the previous night, i managed to electrocute myself so well it blew me off the seat.
A desktop i was assembling had power going to its front switch, the was in the days of 240v not wimpy 3v or whatnot to a soft button. They had little boots on the connectors, now normally i made flipping sure these covered anything "bad" but one day, slightly inebriated from a session the night before one of them was not doing its job properly.
As i grabbed the sides of the box to move it forward i touched the contact, as it was plugged in at that point there was a bit of a bang, i flew off the stool and all the lights (and everything else) went out.
I managed to the not only the workshop but the whole buildings breakers, once i managed to get up and stagger about a bit i felt well proud of my accomplishment.
Not long after one of the boys found out that the CRT screen he was attempting to dissipate was still powered producing a much louder bang and sparks accompanied by another lights out event - again i wonder if the previous nights alcohol might have been a reason for this foopar.
Nowadays i get a pfy to check things that might produce sparks and bangs, they are easier to replace.
And as if speaking of the Devil, as i am reading this one of my techs takes a call from a user saying there pc will not come on.
A few seconds later it turns out that there is also a cable flopping around under the desk. Is it a kettle type cable? "dont know", How big is it? "abount 3 times the size of a usb cable...
Can you just plug it back in? "ohh i dont know how to do that".
And now a walk of 500+ m to another building to plug a pc in that some sloppy prat has knocked the power cable out...
Education.. where we train the next generation of genius with this generations idiots.
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