So Apparently WordPress Can Guide Missiles

First off, all credit goes to DD32 for this. He spotted it and I’ve been laughing ever since at how funny this is.

The following screenshots are from episode 5 of the British mini-series Strike Back:

If you don’t recognize the code, it’s from one of WordPress’ Javascript files called post.js.

Mark Jaquith was even kind enough to port their changes back into the WordPress core. Hilarious.

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  6. I will never use post visibility so carelessly again, I worry about how many missles I’ve unknowingly launched in the past. DON’T TOUCH THOSE VISIBILITY RADIOS! DON’T TAG POSTS! These are dangerous things in the layperson’s hands!

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