Do you have adblock enabled?
 
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(PCWorld)   Microsoft cancels Patch Tuesday rather than brick all of its customer's machines   ( pcworld.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Microsoft Windows, security updates, Windows Vista, Microsoft, Windows Update, Operating system, Windows 7, Windows XP  
•       •       •

3207 clicks; posted to Geek » on 15 Feb 2017 at 2:20 PM (22 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



53 Comments     (+0 »)
 
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | » | Newest | Show all

 
2017-02-15 01:01:15 PM  
Patch Adams.
 
2017-02-15 01:08:28 PM  
Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.
 
2017-02-15 01:38:07 PM  

Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.


This happens in videogames, and the idea is, if your software sucks, then you keep promising patches for it.  That way, every time someone complains, the company can say that they are in the process of fixing it.

This is pretty much the M.O. of Early Access, up until the developers mysteriously disappear and the remaining evidence is that one-way ticket to Tahiti.  Fortunately, Microsoft cares about their customers, and they just want you to be happy.  They really do.
 
2017-02-15 01:55:41 PM  

Mike_LowELL: This happens in videogames, and the idea is, if your software sucks, then you keep promising patches for it.  That way, every time someone complains, the company can say that they are in the process of fixing it.


I was referring more to the xbox than Windows with Microsoft. The Coalition is part of Microsoft and they are constantly (poorly) patching Gears of War 4. Each patch has changed the game in ways no one wanted while the fix demands skyrocket. From what I can recall the only player base that has died off faster was that of No Man's Sky.

It's the norm now when you buy a game that the second you put the disc in, there is a 4-10GB patch update to download first before you can do anything with it. They need to stop pushing out unfinished junk.

Adobe on the other hand pushes out daily patches. My software at work will just shutdown mid use on me and install an update all the time. I'm not at all fond of this CC package. However, I've been using Illustrator for about 20 years and have yet to come across a stable version of it so not much has really changed.
 
2017-02-15 02:38:39 PM  
At least they had the sense to halt it before it went out the door this time. I've had two separate Win 10 patches quasi-brick my tablet. After the second time I had to do several awkward workarounds to get my tablet reformatted, I decided to just revert to Win 8.1
 
2017-02-15 02:44:58 PM  
Gonna be that guy:

How is Windows not a brick already?
 
2017-02-15 02:50:10 PM  

Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.


Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?
 
2017-02-15 02:53:43 PM  

Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.


You obviously have no idea how complex the system is. It has to withstand a constant onslaught of new attacks every day. There's also new hardware, new user requirements, and all while trying to maintain excellent backwards compatibility. You might as well biatch about your car needing maintenance and fuel because the engineers suck.
 
2017-02-15 02:54:39 PM  

Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.


I love it when people who have no concept of programming make idiotic comments showing complete and total ignorance of the world around them.
 
2017-02-15 03:06:52 PM  

Wonktnod: Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.

Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?


All of them if you install the OS, hardware and software you want update all the drivers and then unplug it from the internet forever.

If you want to do new things and access new information though? None of them.
 
2017-02-15 03:07:23 PM  

StopDaddy: Gonna be that guy:

How is Windows not a brick already?


They have decades of API's and legacy programs, and it's easier to deal with Windows than get your sound card working in Linux.

/Usually, it's the video card, but I've never actually been able to get 1080p video running without buffering and with sound on Hardware-Installed Linux.
//And on Windows, it just happens by magic.
 
2017-02-15 03:10:12 PM  

Wonktnod: Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?


I don't know. I'm typing this on a jail broken TI-83 Calculator.
 
2017-02-15 03:11:25 PM  
This would explain the odd lack of new updates on our WSUS server here.  Was wondering about that but not wondering enough to actually go find out what was up.
 
2017-02-15 03:12:48 PM  

Wonktnod: Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.

Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?


img.fark.net

img.fark.net
 
2017-02-15 03:13:07 PM  
Go on. Ask me how my week is going.

/Windows Update client software developer
//no, I don't have more details to share
///fairly heavy drinking is not official fairly heavy drinking of Microsoft Corporation
 
2017-02-15 03:14:41 PM  

KickahaOta: Go on. Ask me how my week is going.

/Windows Update client software developer
//no, I don't have more details to share
///fairly heavy drinking is not official fairly heavy drinking of Microsoft Corporation


Given that company's wide-scale drinking problem at official events, you should probably go to the hospital right now.
 
2017-02-15 03:21:01 PM  

mrsleep: I love it when people who have no concept of programming make idiotic comments showing complete and total ignorance of the world around them.


Mrs. Leep, you are correct. I am a meat popsicle.

Speaking of people ignoring the world around them, maybe you could shell out a few measly bucks and help Drew keep the site running instead of rolling as a lite-r. That way you can continue to flex your huge american penis far superior intellect on the absent minded masses that comment on random once dead threads in the TF queue.
 
2017-02-15 03:28:58 PM  

Mirrorz: mrsleep: I love it when people who have no concept of programming make idiotic comments showing complete and total ignorance of the world around them.

Mrs. Leep, you are correct. I am a meat popsicle.

Speaking of people ignoring the world around them, maybe you could shell out a few measly bucks and help Drew keep the site running instead of rolling as a lite-r. That way you can continue to flex your huge american penis far superior intellect on the absent minded masses that comment on random once dead threads in the TF queue.


I thought your original comment was pretty stupid as well but I'm already paying Drew to keep the site up... does that make my opinion more valid?
 
2017-02-15 03:32:47 PM  

Mirrorz: Speaking of people ignoring the world around them, maybe you could shell out a few measly bucks and help Drew keep the site running instead of rolling as a lite-r. That way you can continue to flex your huge american penis far superior intellect on the absent minded masses that comment on random once dead threads in the TF queue.

Seldom has there been a better time to pull this out
"Whoever you are, I have always depended on the kindness of strangers."
 
Ant [TotalFark]
2017-02-15 03:35:08 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Wonktnod: Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.

Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?

[img.fark.net image 850x478]

[img.fark.net image 800x600]


I think a patch on one of those would be a literal patch, like maybe some wood putty.
 
2017-02-15 03:38:55 PM  

GanjSmokr: I thought your original comment was pretty stupid as well but I'm already paying Drew to keep the site up... does that make my opinion more valid?


Well, it did but your username blatantly advertises you as an avid pot smoker so that brought you back down a bit. +2 -1. I say stupid stuff and post animated gifs all day. That's why I'm here with the rest of the denizens.

You guys should all come hangout in the TF Discussion tab too. Bring money.
 
2017-02-15 03:42:44 PM  
img.fark.net

// patch when I feel like it
// lock whatever version of something I want (I'm looking at you Mozilla, stop farking up the good browser you had).
 
2017-02-15 03:45:35 PM  

Egoy3k: All of them if you install the OS, hardware and software you want update all the drivers and then unplug it from the internet forever.


You never connect it to the internet in the first place.
 
2017-02-15 03:46:05 PM  

meyerkev: Given that company's wide-scale drinking problem at official events, you should probably go to the hospital right now.


Microsoft is a large place. There are segments of it that do indeed specialize in pushing the limits of the Ballmer Peak. Windows Update tends to be pretty sober, especially around Patch Tuesday.
 
2017-02-15 03:55:40 PM  

meyerkev: They have decades of API's and legacy programs, and it's easier to deal with Windows than get your sound card working in Linux.


I've had less trouble with hardware in Linux than I've had in Windows

Hardware with poorly document APIs and behaviors are difficult to make open source drivers for. Decent hardware from decent companies will have decent linux drivers.

// case in point, nVidia makes and distributes linux drivers via a PPA, whereas AMD is still playing catch up on Linux.
 
2017-02-15 03:59:02 PM  

lordargent: [img.fark.net image 850x231]

// patch when I feel like it
// lock whatever version of something I want (I'm looking at you Mozilla, stop farking up the good browser you had).


You don't keep your most used, most vulnerable, most targeted program up to date on security patches?

You are a dumbass.
 
2017-02-15 04:00:51 PM  

Mirrorz: Well, it did but your username blatantly advertises you as an avid pot smoker so that brought you back down a bit. +2 -1.


I was told there would be no math...

Mirrorz: I say stupid stuff and post animated gifs all day.


I defy you to find something I've posted that wasn't either stupid or an animated gif or both...
 
2017-02-15 04:03:27 PM  

Mike_LowELL: This happens in videogames, and the idea is, if your software sucks, then you keep promising patches for it. That way, every time someone complains, the company can say that they are in the process of fixing it.


The last shiatfest I had to deal with was 'The Division' ... Tom Clancy is spinning in his grave.

// was expecting something more tactical, like rainbow six or ghost recon. What I got was a game where it's more effective to roll around on the ground repeatedly to escape gunfire than it is to use the cover system that's built into the game.
 
2017-02-15 04:17:23 PM  

Wonktnod: Mirrorz: Maybe do more research and development before selling a total piece of sh*t that has to be patched every month? This goes quadly for you, Adobe.

Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?


http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gadgets/a23139/commodore-6​4​-repair-shop/

And since this is a computer thread:

 
2017-02-15 04:21:05 PM  

Faddy: You don't keep your most used, most vulnerable, most targeted program up to date on security patches?


The latest version of Firefox broke something critical to me (so I rolled back to a previous version and froze it), they will probably fix whatever they broke in a subsequent version and then I will update.

This is exactly why Microsoft deferred their own patches (they broke something critical).

Not every security patch is critical. Depending on how a system is configured and used, not every security patch is even relevant. For example.

I can safely ignore ANY patches related to the java plugin for firefox ... because I removed the java plugin (on the rare occasion I run into something that requires java, I start up a virtual machine and run it in a sandbox).

In addition, I don't allow javascript on most sites (I have whitelisted a very small number of sites.

I also don't allow cookies (except for a small number of whitelisted sites).

I've also created a user.js file to toggle some security preferences that can't be set via the UI

// For the record, I'm a fairly high-level IT worker, security is always something that's on my mind. I like to think of my browser as my 'battleship' on the internet. Extensions like noscript, adblock and ghostery are like countermeasures against various attacks.
 
2017-02-15 04:53:16 PM  
Windows 10 Pro:

Gpedit.msc:
//computer configuration/administrative templates/windows components/windows update --> configure automatic updates = enabled, choose option 2.

(You can also turn off the auto driver update in this area. That setting should die a traitors death)

Services:
BITS = disabled
Windows update = disabled

Even with all that I still have to occasionally go to task manager/performance/Ethernet and open resource manager and kill the svchost process that is running and consuming all my bandwidth. Though once i do that with all the above settings it actually stays off. Instead of just restarting again in 10 seconds.

I love windows 10 but seriously... this is bs.
 
2017-02-15 05:08:02 PM  

Mirrorz: Wonktnod: Is there an operating system that exists that is so secure and efficient that it will never require a patch?

I don't know. I'm typing this on a jail broken TI-83 Calculator.


img.fark.net
 
2017-02-15 05:43:37 PM  

Ecliptic: Windows 10 Pro:

Gpedit.msc:
//computer configuration/administrative templates/windows components/windows update --> configure automatic updates = enabled, choose option 2.

(You can also turn off the auto driver update in this area. That setting should die a traitors death)

Services:
BITS = disabled
Windows update = disabled

Even with all that I still have to occasionally go to task manager/performance/Ethernet and open resource manager and kill the svchost process that is running and consuming all my bandwidth. Though once i do that with all the above settings it actually stays off. Instead of just restarting again in 10 seconds.

I love windows 10 but seriously... this is bs.


First, I understand. Second, I have to mention that you're using contradictory settings. Setting "Configure Automatic Updates" to option 2 means 'Scan for updates periodically; just don't download or install them without telling me." But disabling the Windows Update service (if it sticks) means "Never let Windows Update work at all, not even if I go to the Settings app and try to check for updates myself, not even if I download a .MSU file for an update and it uses Windows Update technology to do the local install." If you want the periodic scans, then you shouldn't disable the service; if you don't want anything, you may as well set Configure Automatic Updates to "Disabled" (rather than "Enabling" it and choosing option 2), since "Disabled" means "Never let Automatic Updates do anything". If you "Disable" Configure Automatic Updates, then you shouldn't need to disable the service -- that way you can still check for updates manually if you want. And in Windows 10, if you don't want Windows Update to be active at all, you should disable the "Update Orchestrator Service" as well as the Windows Update service (and there's no need to disable the BITS service, which is used by other things).
 
2017-02-15 06:05:12 PM  

KickahaOta: Ecliptic: Windows 10 Pro:

Gpedit.msc:
//computer configuration/administrative templates/windows components/windows update --> configure automatic updates = enabled, choose option 2.

(You can also turn off the auto driver update in this area. That setting should die a traitors death)

Services:
BITS = disabled
Windows update = disabled

Even with all that I still have to occasionally go to task manager/performance/Ethernet and open resource manager and kill the svchost process that is running and consuming all my bandwidth. Though once i do that with all the above settings it actually stays off. Instead of just restarting again in 10 seconds.

I love windows 10 but seriously... this is bs.

First, I understand. Second, I have to mention that you're using contradictory settings. Setting "Configure Automatic Updates" to option 2 means 'Scan for updates periodically; just don't download or install them without telling me." But disabling the Windows Update service (if it sticks) means "Never let Windows Update work at all, not even if I go to the Settings app and try to check for updates myself, not even if I download a .MSU file for an update and it uses Windows Update technology to do the local install." If you want the periodic scans, then you shouldn't disable the service; if you don't want anything, you may as well set Configure Automatic Updates to "Disabled" (rather than "Enabling" it and choosing option 2), since "Disabled" means "Never let Automatic Updates do anything". If you "Disable" Configure Automatic Updates, then you shouldn't need to disable the service -- that way you can still check for updates manually if you want. And in Windows 10, if you don't want Windows Update to be active at all, you should disable the "Update Orchestrator Service" as well as the Windows Update service (and there's no need to disable the BITS service, which is used by other things).


Option 2 is "Notify for download and notify for update" It sort of does that - but not really in my experience thus far. I still catch it downloading crap in the background without permission.

When I want update to run I enable the windows update service and tell it to scan for updates manually.

The main issue is I have slow DSL service (1.3 mbps), but it is fast enough to run netflix and hulu and what not in 720p-ish quality, unless of course the Windows 10 machine is consuming the entire download bandwidth by automatically downloading crap in the background at all hours of the night and day.

I fixed the issue on the laptop (Win 10 Home) by telling it the connection is metered... so it only scans when I tell it to. I'd connect the desktop by wireless and do the same thing except that when I do that for whatever magical reason I can't figure out - the two can't find each other's home networks and therefore the laptop cant print or access the shared files on the desktop.

Additionally - I've lost more than enough Diablo III HC toons to random wireless issues that I never even bother playing anymore unless the computer is physically plugged into the router.
 
2017-02-15 06:49:28 PM  

KickahaOta: Go on. Ask me how my week is going.

/Windows Update client software developer
//no, I don't have more details to share
///fairly heavy drinking is not official fairly heavy drinking of Microsoft Corporation


So how long can we kick you before you start to cry?
 
2017-02-15 06:54:47 PM  

Ecliptic: Option 2 is "Notify for download and notify for update" It sort of does that - but not really in my experience thus far. I still catch it downloading crap in the background without permission.


That may be the Store apps. Automatic Updates handles the Store too, and it's configured separately. You may need to enable "Turn off Automatic Download and install of updates" in Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Store.
 
2017-02-15 06:57:02 PM  
real_headhoncho:
So how long can we kick you before you start to cry?

Start
 crying? That implies that I've stopped.

img.fark.net
 
2017-02-15 07:13:51 PM  

KickahaOta: That may be the Store apps. Automatic Updates handles the Store too, and it's configured separately. You may need to enable "Turn off Automatic Download and install of updates" in Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Store.


In the *buntu world, there's just one place to manage updates (and it's awesome)
img.fark.net

// personally, I run my updates manually about every other day (because I want to pick a time that I'm not running something else important) but I don't have to re-enable any of this to force an update check.
 
2017-02-15 07:17:25 PM  
Anyone have clues on patches getting "returned 2147483647"?  Various Win 7 boxes.  Pushing with Shavlik and no sfc /scannow doesn't help.  It says it found problems but couldn't fix.  I'm thinking just re-image the boxes and keep going.
 
2017-02-15 07:27:36 PM  

BlueBox: 2147483647


Dunno if this helps you any, but that's the max number that can be stored in a signed 32 bit int.

// I don't write code at a low enough level for that info to be useful to me, I only remember this because the atomic number for silver is 47, and that number happens to contain '47' twice. .
 
2017-02-15 07:33:55 PM  

lordargent: In the *buntu world, there's just one place to manage updates (and it's awesome)


Thanks. But yes, I am in fact aware of other operating systems' update strategies.

I am but a lowly dev and am not in a position to comment on Microsoft's overall strategy. I will say that, well, this is a circumstance where popularity matters. A PC that is connected to a high-speed Internet connection that does not have security patches installed in an at-least-semi-timely fashion is likely to find itself pwned. The Windows user pool is much larger and much different than the Linux user pool. Windows users are much more likely to have a relatively low degree of computer knowledge, and much more likely to not particularly care about security. This is not a criticism; it's a statement of fact. So there are arguments to be made for 'Not only should a consumer PC receive updates by default, it should be nontrivial to turn that functionality off.'
 
2017-02-15 07:37:01 PM  

BlueBox: Anyone have clues on patches getting "returned 2147483647"?  Various Win 7 boxes.  Pushing with Shavlik and no sfc /scannow doesn't help.  It says it found problems but couldn't fix.  I'm thinking just re-image the boxes and keep going.


Can't help you there; that's not a standard Windows error (as lordargent mentioned, it's 0x7fffffff). Anything interesting in C:\Windows\ProPatches\CI5.log (the Shavlik log file)?
 
2017-02-15 07:44:13 PM  

KickahaOta: So there are arguments to be made for 'Not only should a consumer PC receive updates by default, it should be nontrivial to turn that functionality off.'


My comment was more to point out the inconsistency in window's configuration.
(mostly because all of this stuff was built up over the years)

// whereas IIRC, *buntu has had a few near-complete upheavals, so the tools and the like tend to be a bit more polished for common tasks.

//TL/DR - windows has a lot of cruft and weird things that persist to this day for the sake of 'compatibility' or the lack of time to clean it up (EX, having to configure 32 bit and 64 bit ODBC separately)
 
2017-02-15 07:44:19 PM  

KickahaOta: Windows users are much more likely to have a relatively low degree of computer knowledge


Agreed.

KickahaOta: and much more likely to not particularly care about security


Funnily enough, partial disagree.  They care deeply (in fact, more deeply than us), they just have no clue what to look for or how to prevent themselves from getting hacked over and over and over again.

"I think I got a virus!"
"No, that's not a virus, that's your anti-virus".

"I think I got a virus"
"Oh hey, your anti-virus stuck it in quarantine.  That actually was a virus that your AV caught".
 
2017-02-15 08:05:55 PM  

meyerkev: "Oh hey, your anti-virus stuck it in quarantine. That actually was a virus that your AV caught".


I see ransomware attacks and wonder ... how did it get to both the primary and secondary backup devices?

What, they didn't have at least three copies of their data on two different devices with 1 stored off-site?

ಠ_ಠ

www.cactus-it.co.uk
 
2017-02-15 08:09:08 PM  

lordargent: meyerkev: "Oh hey, your anti-virus stuck it in quarantine. That actually was a virus that your AV caught".

I see ransomware attacks and wonder ... how did it get to both the primary and secondary backup devices?

What, they didn't have at least three copies of their data on two different devices with 1 stored off-site?

ಠ_ಠ

[www.cactus-it.co.uk image 850x419]


So for my family, it's that, and:

Cloud, backup, Don't care or can't recover.

So Cloud: Things I can't lose.  If the NSA gets a copy, that's great.  It means there's an extra copy somewhere.
Backup: Things I don't want to lose if everything explodes.
Don't care: Things I can easily recover from elsewhere.
 
2017-02-15 08:13:10 PM  

KickahaOta: BlueBox: Anyone have clues on patches getting "returned 2147483647"?  Various Win 7 boxes.  Pushing with Shavlik and no sfc /scannow doesn't help.  It says it found problems but couldn't fix.  I'm thinking just re-image the boxes and keep going.

Can't help you there; that's not a standard Windows error (as lordargent mentioned, it's 0x7fffffff). Anything interesting in C:\Windows\ProPatches\CI5.log (the Shavlik log file)?


That log is long gone as best I can tell.  After VM bought them, then pushed them to Landesk and now to someone new you get stuff like "bread crumb patch state not updated " in the logs.  That is a cut and paste of what it says.  It did clue me in to some other things though.  I'll keep looking.
 
2017-02-15 08:22:31 PM  

lordargent: meyerkev: "Oh hey, your anti-virus stuck it in quarantine. That actually was a virus that your AV caught".

I see ransomware attacks and wonder ... how did it get to both the primary and secondary backup devices?

What, they didn't have at least three copies of their data on two different devices with 1 stored off-site?

ಠ_ಠ

[www.cactus-it.co.uk image 850x419]


The other thing too is that Dad has absolutely nothing on his computers that he cares about.  Doesn't even have like... Google accounts where he can sync things.

Every single computer he has is one that I bought and then deemed surplus to requirements, so I handed it to him (Usually work computers that I was buying at a discount).

And he basically uses them for Youtube (his main supply of music) and email.  Yahoo Mail even.  Yes, we changed the password after the last hack, and I'm this close to forcing him to use a Gmail account, and then giving him one of my old smartphones for 2-factor.  Which will mean that my father, who makes $8/hour, is using $4000 of my old computer equipment to access his email and it's hilarious.

/And even then, when he sends me videos, he doesn't paste the link, he's like "Found a good one.  Go to Youtube and search 'Epic Music Star Wars'."
//That isn't helpful Dad.
 
2017-02-15 10:29:52 PM  
Believe the GWX crapola tanked my laptop. First lost restore points, then WiFi and firewall
\ Redmond mofos
 
2017-02-15 11:07:22 PM  

meyerkev: ...it's easier to deal with Windows than get your sound card working in Linux.

/Usually, it's the video card, but I've never actually been able to get 1080p video running without buffering and with sound on Hardware-Installed Linux.
//And on Windows, it just happens by magic.


You're doing it wrong, then.

I've not had that problem in more than a decade and I've used all the major non-neckbeard distros. Intel, AMD, Nvidia*, Creative, Realtek, they all just pretty much work right out of the box. Case in point, my HTPC runs Manjaro and, using an AMD APU, I pipe out video and audio to the receiver via HDMI and get 4K with full 5.1 surround sound. The only intervention I had to do was tell the audio subsystem to output to HDMI instead of the 1/8" jack and that was two clicks.

I flatout call bullshiat that Windows just "magically works" without user intervention in your alleged use case. Install Windows 7 (still the most popular version of Windows in the wild), and try to run 1080p video with the basic VGA driver and come back to tell me about your stutter free experience.

/*Nvidia drivers yadda yadda yadda
//Runs Windows in a VM with GPU passthrough because I'm a pragmatist who realizes neither Steam nor Vulkan is quite there yet with parity.
///Realizes this is probably just trolling.
 
Displayed 50 of 53 comments


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | » | Newest | Show all


View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »
On Twitter





Top Commented
Javascript is required to view headlines in widget.

In Other Media
  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report