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   Undertoad  Friday Nov 16 06:23 PM

November 16, 2007: Toronto BSOD



Gizmodo points out that the infamous Windows Blue Screen of Death appeared in downtown Toronto for a few days this week, at a The Bay department store. This sort of thing has been pictured before, and is not really surprising, except for the fact that they displayed it for so long.

Days! At what point does the event go from "failure" to "epic failure"? Would not every sector of the store be asking when the "thing" could be fixed? Did disaffected store workers simply not notice, or was failure the expected experience there?

Or was it some sort of publicity stunt?



Conesus  Friday Nov 16 07:28 PM

Not only the BSOD, but you also have to notice that a fairly ritzy looking facade is also decorated with a half-burnt-out logo. The Bay? The B? Yeah, real classy.

Or maybe the red x-mas lights half-way down the right side of the building send a clearer message. "No matter how easy it would be to fix, we just don't care."



nil_orally  Friday Nov 16 11:43 PM

Canada has computers now?



ViennaWaits  Friday Nov 16 11:50 PM

I just had a flash of the asshole IT guy on Mad TV.

"MOVEEEEEE!"
Love that guy.



Flint  Saturday Nov 17 12:14 AM

It looks like "art" to me. I want that painted on my house.



Kumbulu  Saturday Nov 17 08:43 AM

I want a tattoo that goes:

>Abort, Retry, Fail?_



Gravdigr  Sunday Nov 18 07:02 AM

AAAAAAHHHHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!



Shawnee123  Monday Nov 19 11:33 AM

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ViennaWaits  Monday Nov 19 10:39 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Kumbulu View Post
I want a tattoo that goes:

>Abort, Retry, Fail?_
Yes, but WHERE do you want the tattoo?


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