Jani P. relates "I ran into this appropriate CAPTCHA when filling out a lengthy, bureaucratic visa application form." (For our readers unfamiliar with the Anglo argot, "fricking" is what we call a minced oath: a substitute for a more offensive phrase. You can imagine which one - or google it.)



Cees de G. "So glad that Grafana Cloud is informing me of this apparently exceptional situation."



Wayne W. figures "there must be a difference in calculating between an iPad, where this screen capture was done, and later finalizing a somewhat lower-priced transaction on an iMac."



Jim intones

"Perhaps I need a medium to get the replies on Medium."



And finally, an anonymous technology consumer shares a suspiciously un-Lenovian* stock photo, writing "I hope Lenovo's software and hardware are better than their proofreading." (*correction: after some more research prompted by a commenter, I have concluded that the laptop pictured is in fact a Lenovo device, possibly an IdeaPad. It only looks like a MacBook.)



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