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Halloween Pumpkin

Filed under: General Linux — TheLinuxBlog.com at 12:15 am on Friday, October 30, 2009

For Halloween this year every department at work was asked to carve or decorate a pumpkin. Since I’m in IT I thought I’d take the task of decorating our pumpkin with something IT related that would scare the crap out of everyone. Most of our end users are actually Windows users, so this pumpkin should be especially scary to them.

I introduce the B.S.O.Dkin, yes it’s a B.S.O.D pumpkin

B.S.O.D Pumpkin.

B.S.O.D Pumpkin.

I’d like to say it looks better in person, but it really doesn’t. I don’t really have an artsy knack for carving or painting pumpkins or I could have done something a lot better.

I guess my “Halloween Costume” is a blue Mexican wrestlers mask, blue t-shirt, and jeans to complete the B.S.O.D theme. With as much hate as I’ve been giving Microsoft recently I’m going to have to keep my fingers crossed for no kernel panics. Karma might bite me.





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2 Comments »

Comment by Claudiu

November 16, 2009 @ 7:56 pm

Heh the Blue Pumpkin of Death :)

Could have added a memory location or two, to make it more realistic.

Comment by TheLinuxBlog.com

November 17, 2009 @ 10:24 am

@CLAUDIU I agree, I had to get this done in a day, painting the text on there was hard enough. Maybe if I had some of that white out stuff it would have been easier.

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