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Random information on the term “Snafu”:

SNAFU is an acronym that is widely used to stand for the sarcastic expression Situation Normal: All Fucked Up. It is a well-known example of military acronym slang; however the original[citation needed] military acronym stood for “Status Nominal: All Fucked Up”. It is sometimes bowdlerized to “all fouled up” or similar. It means that the situation is bad, but that this is a normal state of affairs. The acronym is believed to have originated in the United States Marine Corps during World War II.

In modern usage, SNAFU is sometimes used as an interjection. SNAFU also sometimes refers to a bad situation, mistake, or cause of trouble. It is more commonly used in modern vernacular to describe running into an error or problem that is large and unexpected. For example, in 2005, The New York Times published an article titled “Hospital Staff Cutback Blamed for Test Result Snafu”.

SNAFU was first recorded in American Notes and Queries in their September 1941 issue. Time magazine used the term in their June 16, 1942, issue: “Last week U.S. citizens knew that gasoline rationing and rubber requisitioning were snafu.” Most reference works, including the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, supply an origin date of 1940–1944, generally attributing it to the U.S. Army. Rick Atkinson ascribes the origin of SNAFU, FUBAR, and a bevy of other terms to cynical GIs ridiculing the Army’s penchant for acronyms.

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Random information on the term “MESS”:

This article lists software and hardware that emulates computing platforms.

The host in this article is the system running the emulator, and the guest is the system being emulated.

The list is organized by guest operating system (the system being emulated), grouped by bitness. Each section contains a list of emulators capable of emulating the specified guest, details of the range of guest systems able to be emulated, and the required host environment and licensing.

Any x86-64 host computer, Virtual Machine equivalent or Cloud.

While the ARM processor in the Acorn Archimedes is a 32-bit chip, it only had 26-bit addressing making an ARM/Archimedes emulator, such as Aemulor or others below, necessary for 26-bit compatibility, for later ARM processors have mostly have dropped it.

Macintosh Plus, Macintosh II, Macintosh Quadra

Polish minicomputer Mera 400. Also in development hardware emulator in FPGA.

SpectraVideo SVI318/328, ColecoVision, Sega SG-1000

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