Three Words: "PC Load Letter"Yes, Michael Bolton, we feel your pain, and we still haven't figured out WTF that error message actually means. That Initech printer had it \n\ncoming.\n\nAnd the Rockets Red Glare..."Um, yeah....I didn't do it." And just think, that toner probably cost more than the person who spilled it earns in a month.\n\n\nThat Should Do the TrickAnd you know when that printer eventually shuts down and someone has to finally call the service technician to come fix it, absolutely NO ONE will \n\nhave any clue as to what could have possibly happened to the printer. (Except the service tech, of course.)\n\n\nNow What You Gonna Do?If this printer could talk: "Sure, you can open those side doors, extricate the crinkled up paper and pull out some toner cartridges...but what are you \n\ngoing to do next, smartypants?" Game, Set, Match to the Printer.\n\nHey, Doc, Take It Easy!This is what I call an invasive procedure. Don't you need some type of medical degree to administer this type of an exam? Just \n\nsaying.\n\n\nNotes on a Printer ScandalYou just have to love those "passive-aggressive" sticky notes left on printers \u2014 especially those that refer to the "Printing Rules & Regulations" \n\nfor a paperless office. Yeah, right. Maybe next century.\n\n\nA Better Mouse TrapThat would certainly explain the bite marks on everyone's printouts. (Note: No animals were harmed during the printing of the next document.)\n\nStupid Printer TricksThe office dweller who snapped this photo notes that when \n\nprinting big jobs with many pages, the machine invariably pushes the previous documents out of the tray, which go flying everywhere. "This is annoying," \n\nhe opines. We totally agree. However, the falling pages have a tendency to do "a loop-de-loop and get caught in the lower trays of the printer," he writes. \n\n"This is, in a word, awesome." Well, yeah.\n\n\nAn Autobot or Decepticon?"OH MY GOD!! IT'S JUST LIKE WHAT HAPPENED IN TRANSFORMERS!! EVERYBODY GET THE HELL OUT OF THE \n\nOFFICE, NOW!!"\n\nThat's More Like ItNow that's a printer message that is totally understandable!\n\nBetween the SheetsDon't be such a prude: How did you think printers were made?!\n\nFree FallingThe person who snapped this photo says: "Walking back from lunch took me past a funny view \u2014 someone apparently didn't like their \n\nprinter." Wouldn't that be so much fun to do?