Bill Gates Mugshot found in Microsoft Outlok 2010

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A funny thing in Microsoft Office 2010, Bill Gates mugshot is used as the contact placeholder.


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And it’s not just any old picture of Bill Gates that some cheeky Outlook developer has used. Oh no. It’s a picture from one of the man’s finest moments. It’s the picture taken in Albuquerque, New Mexico, way back in 1977, when he was arrested for a driving offense, the exact nature of which is lost to the sands of time. It’s the man’s mug-shot.lol


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  • Michael05. Jul, 2012

    Wow I never even realised, I don’t think a lot of people do.

    I wonder if there’s more things like this hidden in Microsoft software!

  • Christopher Tamayo via Facebook16. Jun, 2012

    Ahahaha they must have gotten a good laugh at MS when they did that.

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