Alright. This may be an odd question that no one can answer, doesn’t matter, here goes.
I’m currently staying in a hotel in some backward part of South Australia, Ceduna if you must know. Anyway, I’ve turned the TV on and one of the channels has the following message, “EO5-4 Unknown Smartcard.” Although I don’t know what that means, I just sort of assume that it’s something to do with the channel being unavailable. What is more interesting is that at the bottom of the screen in different text is the following statement,
Now I have no idea what this means. I think perhaps it is a piece of subtitle which has been frozen or something. It appears to be an American quote (based on the word “gotten” instead of “got”,) other than that I have no idea. Does anyone recognise this? What does it mean? Does it have anything to do with Whinnie the Pooh?
For a serious answer, when my DISH network box used to go hinky, I had to remove the smart card, clean it with a clean soft cloth & put it back in the receiver. Look for a small door on the front of the cable box (if you have one), push it (it should be spring-loaded) and you should see the end of a credit card. Pull it out, wipe it and push it back in. If it’s the same problem, you should have a 5-minute rebooting and then you’ll be fine. The dialog is a CC that got stuck, I think.
The projected trajectories of the porridge-related arms capabilities of various factions show that the next step is the development of a porridge detector protector rejector deflector, which would act to disperse the signal emitted by the porridge detector protector rejector over several sectors, rendering it too weak to be effective. To counter this a porridge detector protector rejector deflector ejector would be developed which, if enabled, would cause a porridge detector protector rejector deflector to disengage itself from the central porridge interface. In response - the porridge detector protector rejector deflector ejector reflector. This device would shield the porridge detector protector rejector deflector with a reflective barrier working on the same frequencies as the porridge detector protector rejector deflector ejector - sending the signal back to it’s origins and causing the porridge detector protector rejector deflector ejector to eject itself.
Though the intermediate steps between this point and the development of a porridge super weapon capable of killing us all cannot be reliably predicted - it is believed that such a device would take the form of a porridge detector protector rejector deflector ejector reflector vector-selector connector injector resulting in a MAP* scenario the likes of which we have neither the technology nor the mental capacity to deal with.