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"Needless to say, I don't agree to the license agreements terms," writes Thomas Alexander Dark, "I'm not sure what's the bigger WTF, that you have to agree with an agreement you can't see or that this CD came with my Legal Studies textbook."
"They sell little devices that flip a VGA signal such that you can mount your projector on the ceiling, upside down," writes Mat, "my work has one of these, but it's currently being used to sit under a projector... which is turned upside down, and has video going to it from a laptop configured to flip the screen upside down."
"I spotted this in downtown Stockholm," notes Niklas Karlsson, "the firm's name translates as 'Westerlund's Roofing & Facades.' I'd have thought most people would realise what the acronym would be taken as, given the general level of English spoken here."
"One might think that opening this particular box, containing a new PC from HP, would somehow bring about a nice song for you to listen to," Jan Kristensen writes, "you know, a bit like those electronic greeting cards that you can get everywhere? We listened to see if it contained other sounds. Sadly, it did not."