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"PC Load Letter" (KinectShare.com)

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    Ian2

    The KinectShare web site is down quite a bit - the title of the error page is 'PC Load Letter - What Does That Even mean?'

    http://kinectshare.com 

    Personally I never found the meaning of that message to be in any doubt (you have just tried to print from your PC and your printer is out of letter size paper).

    I do find it to be a strange message for such a high profile web site?  What gives?

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    Bas

    It's a joke from Office Space.

    Like the red Swingline stapler symbolizes silent rebellion against your employer, PC LOAD LETTER is a symbol for stuff you need to just work, yet refuses to. PC stands for Paper Cassette, by the way. This tends to happen a lot when you have A Case Of The Mondays.

    I'll be here for all Office Space related questions throughout the day!

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    Dr Herbie

    Oh, that'll be the government spies -- every page you visit is printed out and added to your file.  When they forget to put more paper in the printer, you can't access the internet.  Tongue Out

    Try posting some printer escape sequences to annoy them.

    Herbie

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    Ian2

    Damn, so I'm just not cool? 

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    spivonious

    Wait...you've never seen Office Space? You definitely aren't cool.

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    Ian2

    Its official then, I'm not cool .. (actually as I suspected all along)

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    spivonious

    @Ian2: Cool

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    exoteric

    Spoiler alert Smiley

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    Ian2

    @exoteric: Hmmm, Looks good - I think I dismissed it as an Office rip off at the time - is it a family film?  (My kids love Jennifer Aniston) 

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    spivonious

    @Ian2: Definitely not a family film depending on ages...has some language and some implied sexual scenes. It came out a few years before the British The Office. It's rated R (no one under 17 without parents).

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    Ian2

    @spivonious:OK thanks..

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