COL PANIC - Punny White on Black Design for Unix/Linux Geeks

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A kernel panic happens when an operating system detects an internal fatal error from which it cannot safely recover. The term is used for Unix and Unix-like systems in contrast to the infamous BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) on Windows system.

This design has the text “COL PANIC” printed in a white font. A pun on “kernel panic” as COL is the abbreviation for Colonel, which is pronounced like kernel.

The standard shirt color is black, but other shirt colors can be chosen. The design is also available on other products such as stickers, phone and tablet cases and laptop sleeves.

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Design published: by Ramiro Gómez
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