Disclaimer. Not really.

The whole thing is about a British series titled Strike Back. At some point in season 1 episode 5 we can see the following frames:

The code visible on the screen comes from WordPress’ post.js file. The guys at WordPress have noticed this surprising implementation and they’ve decided to update the original file with these lines:

 
if ( $('input:radio:checked', pvSelect).val() != 'public' ) {
$('#sticky').prop('checked', false);
} // WEAPON LOCKED

If you go to your post.js file and scroll down to (around) line 500, it’s exactly what you’ll see. Well played, WordPress, well played.

(Originally reported by this guy.)

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  1. mishkin 25th July 2013

    So when guided nukes start raining down from the sky we can blame Wordpress..LOL

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