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Translate server error — yum!

translate server error restaurant, china

You might have heard about the restaurant in China that, in preparation for the Olympics, decided to translate their name into English. I guess the translation program was down and, well …

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Time: January 14, 2009, 8:25 am

[…] the restaurant known in English as Translate Server Error? Well, be thankful the directions for finding it were not in […]

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Time: September 3, 2010, 12:03 am

That is completely funny, never come across such things. Really made my day by reading this blog. Now that is the reason why we have to choose a human translation instead of plugins or widgets.

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