By David Pescovitz at 1:28 pm Tue, Feb 2, 2010
That progress bar is WAY past 2.5 percent
think it says 25%
either, it’s a bit off
Upon closer inspection I see you are correct. I think I need to schedule a visit to the eye doc.
The home of geek graffiti:
May be a tech geek, but they are rubbish at mathematics – its more like 40%!!
Download the brownload!
A spinning beachball would also be fun.
General failure writing output 2:
Abort, Retry, Ignore?_
win win win win win.
I like the grout graffiti (groutfiti?) that I’ve often seen in University bathrooms. Book titles written in pen on the grout between tiles:
All Thing Grout and Small
Never seen that in all my time in university bathrooms (for legitimate purposes!). Love it.
That is a dirty bathroom!
A real geek would’ve labeled that the 46% it actually is.
I bet the geek that wrote this will happen upon this post and chuckle to himself.
Funny stuff! I always get a laugh from the ‘Press Button – Receive Bacon’ graffiti on the occasional hand dryer. ‘Uploading’ might be a little more appropriate for typical bathroom antics. ‘Downloading’ conjures up some truly disturbing images…
There’s some similar geek graff on the wall of the parking lot on Grand street, just before West Broadway. If I remember correctly it says: [ â€¢ rec ] with little lines around it suggesting a blinking light.
my wife has been using this similar image as her profile pic on various sites for a couple of years now
it’s long life vegi house on university ave. i saw it the other day.
At an engineering school, in very small print which made you lean forward to read it at the bottom of the stall door in front of you: “If you are reading this, you are sh*tting at an angle of 15 degrees” – hilarious
A ‘Download complete’ progress bar drawn next to the toilet paper would be good too.
This gum tastes like rubber.
Should he not have written Uploading?
Judging by the pixels that progress bar is at 46%.
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