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  • #91
    Originally posted by Gabriel View Post

    I've never found problems with long post (other than people complaining of my long posts, that is).
    However, I have found that there is a list of forbidden words.
    I mean, I don't have the list, but i is evident that the list exists.

    It happens to me, let's say a couple of times per year, that a post would not go through and, after rewording it, it would go through.
    At some point I started investigating which were the " blacklisted" words in this way:
    When I had this issue, I copied the whole comment in Notepad (or anything), divided the comment in sections, and then tried to post one section. If the first section went through correctly, I would edit and add the second section, and so on until adding a section would result in the error. Then I would divide that problematic section in individual sentences until I found the "offending" sentence, and then I would try adding one word of that sentence at a time until I found the offending word.

    With this technique I was able to find so far 2 words of that list:
    5leep (or any word containing that, like 5leeping)
    benchm4rk​
    I intentionally replaced one letter with a number to avoid getting the error

    I posted a comment in the site help forum (the last one at the bottom) and the crew first said that I was crazy, that they didn't have such list, and when I proved it to them they said that ok, that list evidently exist but they are not aware of it, and when I asked them to fix it thy said they would put the request at the bottom of the priorities for the developers (subtle way of saying that they will never fix it).​

    So my guess is that your post contained one of the forbidden words, be it one of the 2 above or another "mystery" one. I encourage you to use the technique I explained to find it.​
    I have another one. Since today you know my internet speed, see my error 403 post.

    Obviously 47 Mbit in combination with an i5 11th Gen really is a little bit fast for our beloved forum server. And yet another one.

    The edit knob once was one of my favorite knobs here. But obviously it is not good if you like to add more than one whole sentence (at least not with 47 Mbit).

    So. After all, I'll try to be as slow as the server needs it. Wish me luck.
    The German long haul is alive, 65 years and still kicking.
    The Gold Member in the 747 club, 50 years since the first LH 747.
    And constantly advanced, 744 and 748 /w upper and lower EICAS.
    This is Lohausen International airport speaking, echo delta delta lima.

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    • #92
      The former President of the United States said this yesterday at a rally in Las Vegas. It reminds me of most of the stuff that you post LH!

      ***Donald, Very Stable Genius, Las Vegas June 9, 2024***

      “So I said, ‘Let me ask you a question,’” DJT told the crowd. “And he said, ‘Nobody ever asked this question.’ And it must be because of MIT. My relationship to MIT. Very smart. He goes. I say, “What would happen if the boat sank from its weight? And you’re in the boat and you have this tremendously powerful battery, and the battery is now underwater, and there’s a shark that’s approximately 10 yards over there.”
      Then, a quick sidenote: “By the way, a lot of shark attacks lately. You notice that? A lot of shark. I watch some guys justifying it today. ‘Well, they weren’t really that angry. They bit off the young lady’s leg because of the fact that they were—they were not hungry, but they misunderstood what-who she was.’ These people are crazy.”
      He said, ‘There’s no problem with sharks. They just didn’t really understand a young woman swimming. No really got decimated and other people too, a lot of shark attacks,’” DJT recalled, his voice pitching. “So I said, ‘So there’s a shark 10 yards away from the boat, 10 yards or here. Do I get electrocuted? If the boat is sinking, water goes over the battery, the boat is sinking. Do I stay on top of the boat and get electrocuted? Or do I jump over by the shark and not get electrocuted?”
      “Because I will tell you, he didn’t know the answer. He said, ‘You know, nobody’s ever asked me that question.’ I said, ‘I think it’s a good question. I think there’s a lot of electric current coming through that water.’ But you know what I’d do if there was a shark or you get electrocuted? I’ll take electrocution every single time. I’m not getting near the shark!”​

      And there is a very good possibility that he is going to be reelected!

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      • #93
        Originally posted by BoeingBobby View Post
        The former President of the United States said this yesterday at a rally in Las Vegas. It reminds me of most of the stuff that you post LH!

        ***Donald, Very Stable Genius, Las Vegas June 9, 2024***

        “So I said, ‘Let me ask you a question,’” DJT told the crowd. “And he said, ‘Nobody ever asked this question.’ And it must be because of MIT. My relationship to MIT. Very smart. He goes. I say, “What would happen if the boat sank from its weight? And you’re in the boat and you have this tremendously powerful battery, and the battery is now underwater, and there’s a shark that’s approximately 10 yards over there.”
        Then, a quick sidenote: “By the way, a lot of shark attacks lately. You notice that? A lot of shark. I watch some guys justifying it today. ‘Well, they weren’t really that angry. They bit off the young lady’s leg because of the fact that they were—they were not hungry, but they misunderstood what-who she was.’ These people are crazy.”
        He said, ‘There’s no problem with sharks. They just didn’t really understand a young woman swimming. No really got decimated and other people too, a lot of shark attacks,’” DJT recalled, his voice pitching. “So I said, ‘So there’s a shark 10 yards away from the boat, 10 yards or here. Do I get electrocuted? If the boat is sinking, water goes over the battery, the boat is sinking. Do I stay on top of the boat and get electrocuted? Or do I jump over by the shark and not get electrocuted?”
        “Because I will tell you, he didn’t know the answer. He said, ‘You know, nobody’s ever asked me that question.’ I said, ‘I think it’s a good question. I think there’s a lot of electric current coming through that water.’ But you know what I’d do if there was a shark or you get electrocuted? I’ll take electrocution every single time. I’m not getting near the shark!”​

        And there is a very good possibility that he is going to be reelected!
        And now maybe there's some hope that he's going to be electrocuted.

        I remember him ranting on about how his 757 had Rolls Royce engines, like they're some sort of exotic luxury upgrade. Anything for approval and admiration.

        Did BoingBobby's plane have four Rolls Royces? Don't tell the future President. He's out to get even.

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        • #94
          a lot of shark attacks lately.
          I can tell you something. If you think that you are attacked by sharks, the first thing that you must know that sharks are fishes, in contrast to whales. Don't ask me why I now a little bit
          about whales and fishes.

          And you know the difference between sharks and whales?

          Sharks have eggs, like all the other fishes also have. But whales do it like men, female whales give birth to little whale babies.

          PS: You can call me crazy, here I just try to explain to a real experienced Senior where the difference is between chicken and sharks. Basically there is none. Sharks are not much more
          than bigger swimmin chicken. And you don't have to fear them, if you don't try to make them angry.

          Says the son to the father. And Miami is his home airport, not really. Unbelievable...
          The German long haul is alive, 65 years and still kicking.
          The Gold Member in the 747 club, 50 years since the first LH 747.
          And constantly advanced, 744 and 748 /w upper and lower EICAS.
          This is Lohausen International airport speaking, echo delta delta lima.

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          • #95
            Originally posted by Evan View Post

            And now maybe there's some hope that he's going to be electrocuted.

            I remember him ranting on about how his 757 had Rolls Royce engines, like they're some sort of exotic luxury upgrade. Anything for approval and admiration.

            Did BoingBobby's plane have four Rolls Royces? Don't tell the future President. He's out to get even.
            All GE except the Dreamliners on the 74 fleet.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by LH-B744 View Post

              I can tell you something. If you think that you are attacked by sharks, the first thing that you must know that sharks are fishes, in contrast to whales. Don't ask me why I now a little bit
              about whales and fishes.

              And you know the difference between sharks and whales?

              Sharks have eggs, like all the other fishes also have. But whales do it like men, female whales give birth to little whale babies.

              PS: You can call me crazy, here I just try to explain to a real experienced Senior where the difference is between chicken and sharks. Basically there is none. Sharks are not much more
              than bigger swimmin chicken. And you don't have to fear them, if you don't try to make them angry.

              Says the son to the father. And Miami is his home airport, not really. Unbelievable...
              As usual for you! Many sharks ( which are elasmobranchs) do not lay eggs but bare live young.

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              • #97
                Did BoingBobby's plane have four Rolls Royces?​
                If you ask me, I'd prefer 4 x GE CF6-80C2B5F ...

                And since I am a jetphotos member; I've always hoped that always where my avatar has a landing permission, we won't find that many jealous people.

                And that afaik since 1970 has always included Miami International airport. But times change, not only in Europe...

                Is it true that since the White House and the Lufthansa own two of the today rather rare well equipped 747 passage version fleets, more US-Americans like to become President,
                only because then again you can be on board a 747?

                But Evan, in my eyes you need more than orange hair and more than jealousy of people who still own a 747 passenger jet, to become a good President.

                The White House or Lufthansa is not guilty for the fact that today none of the big US passenger airlines, DL AA or UA, none of them still owns the 747.

                That was a decision by the three big US-American airlines, who probably underestimated

                how much not only passengers but also pilots, hobby pilots and simulator pilots (like me) still LOVE the 747... !
                The German long haul is alive, 65 years and still kicking.
                The Gold Member in the 747 club, 50 years since the first LH 747.
                And constantly advanced, 744 and 748 /w upper and lower EICAS.
                This is Lohausen International airport speaking, echo delta delta lima.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by BoeingBobby View Post

                  As usual for you! Many sharks ( which are elasmobranchs) do not lay eggs but bare live young.
                  Which explains the price of shark eggs these days.

                  Do we really have nothing more to say about the ATC and ground controller debarcles of late? How much do commercial pilots really know about what goes on up in the tower? What technology are they using? Univacs? Gameboys? Obviously not binoculars.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by LH-B744 View Post
                    Sharks are not much more than bigger swimmin chicken.
                    And the LH-744 is just a bigger flying chicken, if you think about it (pass the bong). The problem is that airport crossing runways are no place for a game of chicken. IMHO.

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                    • Originally posted by Evan View Post

                      And the LH-744 is just a bigger flying chicken...
                      I thought all Boeing products were turkeys, close enough I suppose?​
                      "I know that at times I can be a little over the top." -ITS

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