Zak

Bahamas

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POLITICOLE: The inaccuracy and lunacy of ‘xenophobia’

I am so tired of hearing people misuse the word “xenophobia” to suit their purpose or to sell their story.

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proudloudandfnm 4 years, 9 months ago on HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATES: Death toll now stands at 43

Has GB Power made any public anouncements on our electricity restoration? Rumors are killing us. Latest rumor says plant was damaged in the storm and its going to be months before its back on.

GB Power needs to inform the public of our situation. Should we stay or should we leave?

All they need to do is inform us, no one is expecting a miracle but it'd be good to know what's happening...

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banker 4 years, 6 months ago on ‘Click2wait’ - brokers blast new system

The application is friggin hilarious. It is a Mickey Mouse application done in javascript with templates that you can download. The company Crimson Logic charged an arm and a leg for minimal work. Any grade 9 student could have done it. Want proof? Go to the portal window and right click and click on view page source. You will see shiite like this from the template:

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged.

This shiite, paragraphs of it, is just left there and not displayed. These lines are actually copied from the source code of The Bahamas government website making us look stupid and foolish and amateurish. It is kiddie scripting. You can see a lot more of it. It is outrageous. Crimson Logic couldn't even be bothered to clean up the code. This has been copied directly from a typesetting/printing template.

If the government had a CIO to make sure that they got value for money, this would never pass. Any Bahamian high school student who knows HTML could have made this by downloading the template.

Once again, the idiots in government who bought this, misspent taxpayers money.

When is the government gonna smarten up, and actually hire someone who knows IT? They can see the rubes in government coming a mile away, and they pick their pockets and give them crap. They charge software engineering fees for stupid website code off the internet.

Unreal. I'm a banker and I could do a better job. This really p!sses me off.