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And now back to our regularly scheduled program...

 

  "I got this one while clicking on a Microsoft app's 'Submit Feedback' button,"Nicolas remarked, "I guess my computer is kind of broken at the moment though."

 

"I didn't realize that I was going to have to circle the Earth 7 times, and travel at Mach 280 to get to my friend's house," writes Fred Coughlin.

 

"While on vacation in New York today, I spotted this on one of the main screens in the middle of Times Square.," wrote Leigh Gibson's Husband from his Wife's Phone, "It was stuttering and running pretty badly when we walked past a few hours prior. I wonder how much it costs to lease these screens!"

 

Charlie spotted these twin BSOD's on North Sea ferry trip earlier this year which, if you ask me, is kind of fitting in a weird sort of way.

 

"This delightful error message popped up on a railway ticket machine at my local station," notes Andrew, "It's good advice at the best of times; but what does it have to do with rail travel?"

 

 

"I'm 43 and encountered these unusual age ranges on RosettaStone.com," wrote Peter Hamlen, "I guess they want to know whether I feel like a young 43 or an old 43."