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21st Mar '17 1:44:15 PM ArdentMilhouse
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem. And that's why many workplaces where [=PCs=] are involved teach the practice of [[ProperlyParanoid saving after any significant change]], unless the software being used has automatic saving.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem. And that's why many workplaces where [=PCs=] are involved teach the practice of [[ProperlyParanoid saving after any significant change]], unless the software being used has automatic saving.saving.
* Imagine that you're driving down a road, and someone turns onto the road in front of you. You honk, and suddenly they get behind you and start trying to run you off of the road! Road rage is very common, and it's tough to predict.
28th Feb '17 1:09:07 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem. And that's why many workplaces where [=PCs=] are involved teach the practice of [[PropeelyParanoid saving after any significant change]], unless the software being used has automatic saving.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem. And that's why many workplaces where [=PCs=] are involved teach the practice of [[PropeelyParanoid [[ProperlyParanoid saving after any significant change]], unless the software being used has automatic saving.
28th Feb '17 1:09:01 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem. And that's why many workplaces where [=PCs=] are involved teach the practice of [[PropeelyParanoid saving after any significant change]], unless the software being used has automatic saving.
28th Feb '17 1:07:02 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.second, especially if you can't pinpoint what may have caused the problem.
28th Feb '17 1:06:32 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, indefinitely, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.
28th Feb '17 1:06:18 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints hinted at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.
28th Feb '17 1:05:49 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time, the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time, time (and if you're passionate about listening to music, it probably is), the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.
28th Feb '17 1:03:25 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time, the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second while you're starting up the operating system again.

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* PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time, the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards, afterwards and everything seems peachy-keen, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second while you're starting up the operating system again.second.
28th Feb '17 1:02:52 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Error messages on computers, particularly "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.

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* Error messages on computers, PC crashes, particularly those that come with "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages, messages or completely garbled graphics, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody else around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. If the PC happened to be playing sound at the time, the last few milliseconds or so of sound may repeat on loop, producing an awful screeching or buzzing noise. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.second while you're starting up the operating system again.
28th Feb '17 12:57:27 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Imagine that there was an event in the past that traumatized you really badly and has haunted you ever since. Now think of anything that started to happen some time afterwards, specifically habits or other ticks that began to occur almost automatically. There's a high chance that you now may be suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of that specific event, and it may be years until you realize it or until a therapist officially diagnoses you with it.

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* Imagine that there was an event in the past that traumatized you really badly and has haunted you ever since. Now think of anything that started to happen some time afterwards, specifically habits or other ticks that began to occur almost automatically. There's a high chance that you now may be suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of that specific event, and it may be years until you realize it or until a therapist officially diagnoses you with it.it.
* Error messages on computers, particularly "kernel panic" / "stop error" messages, can give the user a hell of a JumpScare, especially if they were using their PC late at night with nobody around and nothing beforehand hints at anything wrong. Sure, you may have restarted afterwards, but you may have this sweat-inducing feeling that it may happen ''again'' at any second.
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