Page 1 of 1

My (our) world

Posted: Thu Apr 03, 2014 2:24 am
by dinowuff
If you have never been in a meeting like this, you are not an IT professional.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKorP55Aqvg

Re: My (our) world

Posted: Thu Apr 03, 2014 9:43 am
by SirDice
Too many to count actually :crying2:

Re: My (our) world

Posted: Thu Apr 03, 2014 6:59 pm
by DaFoxx
I no longer WANT to be an IT professional
and furthermore, I need to wash tears from my eyes - TOO funny, and WAY too easy to think that is NOT an imaginary scenario

Re: My (our) world

Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 12:54 am
by dinowuff
You see Dice, you didn't comprehend the transparent perpendicular red line(s) that needed to be either transparent, Green or Red. I fear that you may not have what it takes to be a SysAdmin, much less a D.J. Or as implied - a V.J. I have noticed that; not only on this site, but other technological forums you frequent and moderate - you seem quite adapt in the world of networking, BSD, Windows, and Operating Systems of the like... But it becomes painfully obviously, from your stupid remark (post) to this thread - that you have ZERO CLUE when it comes to drawing Red Lines.

You call yourself an expert but I say NAY! Dost thou embellish Geometry, Algebra, ones and zeros (like I know how to use the word "Embellish") Shit I'm drunk again and I have a stupid F**king meeting tomorrow. Scheduled for 5 GOD D**N hours! LOL where do you put one wireless AP? no repeaters and in a 2,000 square ft building? idk how about up your ass?

Re: My (our) world

Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 10:39 am
by SirDice
:rolf6: :finger:

Re: My (our) world

Posted: Mon Apr 07, 2014 12:28 pm
by Aspman
How about every meeting.

The usualy technique now is to write or say a large amout of absolute bollocks, usually wrong, frequently illegal and at the end state (not really ask, the inflection for a question isn't there) "you agree?".

Then to accuse me of holding up their project, wasting money, not understanding their requirements when I say "no" and point out the flaws in their arguments.