Los Angeles - Blue Screen of Death, or BSOD as he is known on the
streets, is wanted in the murder of overclocker Lee Ning. This
is the fourth known overclocker death attributed to the notorious
BSOD. Police describe the suspect as blue with white text,
between 13.4" to 19.6" diagonal and consider him extremely
Carol Singh was on the phone with him at the time of his death, "He
said he had just achieved the perfect overclock and was just getting
a screen shot to prove it. Next thing I heard was Lee screaming,
'No, God, No' and then some gurgling noises. That's when I
Police arrived shortly after to find an all too familiar scene: Victim
sitting in front of their computer with mouth agape in an expression
of complete rage, dead. "We tell kids not to mess around
with their computers like this, but it looked like Lee was into overclocking
pretty heavily," said Officer Rex Kramer of the LAPD, "There
were fans and cooling tubes all around the room."
Lee's parents were in shock. "Why couldn't he just look at
porn like all the other kids," said Lee's mother Holly. "We
suspected he was overclocking in there, but we were hoping that maybe
with all the tubing he was making a bong."
Officials say that BSOD can strike at anytime, usually when you
least expect it, so don't let your guard down for a second. Authorities
also suggest keeping your doors and windows locked, and use the buddy
system when using your computer. Remember kids, speed kills.
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