This week we're throwing a bone to all the antipunsters in the audience and declaring a unilateral cease-fire on all alliteration, wordplay, jabs, jokes, or other japery. Starting now.
Allie shares a redundancy that I think we've seen here before, saying "It may be _technically_ right, but I don't have to like it."
Dane Christian sarcastically intones "Nice error message and if that's really the full stack trace I'm happy I'm not supporting this site."
Regular contributor Peter G. figures the math doesn't add up [I tried, honest!], reporting "It looks like Covid-19 has jumped to sheep in New Zealand since there's only about 5 million people there but apparently 17 million cases." Seems like we've seen an another Error'd much like this one out of NZ quite recently. I wonder if it's something in the water.
Max chimes in with an observation on irony. "You'd think NIST would keep better track of time and dates."
Finally, another repeat contributor Marek (aka NeverConfusedForNaught) shares a very odd graph. "My battery was failing me - that I already knew. I thought I anticipated all failure modes of a dying battery, but this one they taught me impossible!"
This post originally appeared on The Daily WTF.