Ever wonder if unplugging a USB device without stopping it is actually bad, or if Japanese Windows actually uses haiku error messages? Or if the government reads your email, or how much using a cellphone on a plane actually interferes the avionics? Nope? Neither did we. Either way, PC World is running a mostly-true if not very humorous PC mythbuster article (myth: Saddam Hussein bought PlayStation 2 consoles to use in Iraq's weapons program; how could you not love that?). You know, it's kind of like those "100 Tips to Get Your Man Hot" articles in Cosmo where the theory is a lot more interesting than the read, mostly because the answers are totally obvious. Not that we'd know or anything.