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I love it! Could do with one of those!

I love it! Could do with one of those!

Was the BSOD colour intentional or just a coincidence?

:D

Rob - I don't know. What's BSOD?

Does that stand for Blue Screen Of Death, one of MSFT preferred acronyms ?

Ah yes. Of course. You can see why we lost the business when I didn't even know that.

Lol sorry, living with a programmer for two years got that acronym lodged in my head!

Where do you want to go today they said, back to the store, and trade you for a Mac I said...

Where I come from, BSOD stands for something completely different.

BSOD=Baby Stages Of Development.

A popular term within Pampers.

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