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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for November 13, 2014

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    Observer fo Irony  over 6 years ago

    Just wait until it discovers what you seasoned it with; apple spice.

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    mourdac Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Kernel failure in popcorn and operating systems are invariably bad.

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    KEA  over 6 years ago

    Right, but I haven’t seen one in OS X in years

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    albzort  over 6 years ago

    But the phrase “kernel panic” is pretty much specific to Linux/Unix, according to Wikipedia. I had to look it up, and I’ve been programming for 40 years.

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    ellisaana Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Too corny for my taste.

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    homerec130  over 6 years ago

    Good pun – Macs will occasionally throw a kernel panic when they gets totally confused. They are usually related to a hardware conflict of some type. My experience is most of the are cleared by rebooting.

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    cwizard71  over 6 years ago

    I didn’t even get it.

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    neverenoughgold  over 6 years ago

    When we fully automated our business years ago, we used the latest technology; IBM PS2 with a 286 processor. We had several, with one at each checkout lane plus in the office..When I asked the IBM rep if I should worry about someone spilling something on a keyboard, he told me I could simply put the keyboard in a dishwasher and it would come out clean and working perfectly!.I never tested his recommendation…

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    drdougsteward  over 6 years ago

    There is no such thing as a bad pun … perhaps an attempt at a pun that doesn’t turn out to be one .. that would be a bad pun (although, I guess it really isn’t a pun at all). Okay .. no more extra bold coffee for me (this afternoon, anyway).

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