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December 5, 2005 12:03 AM
Broken: Jean label logo
The label reads:
This is an Excel function. It also would work in Microsoft Access. The factory is using Excel or Access to store all the logos for the different jeans they make and then print them onto leather. This is what happens when there is a bug in their software.
This was seen at the Chatuchak market in Krung Thep, Thailand.
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