While I do see the humor in changing the BSOD to another color, I for one, think that doing so defaces an American Icon and national treasure. The Windows OS'es are American Born, and are the widest used operating system for personal and business computers across the globe (for better or for worse....). The Blue Screen of Death is iconic of the Windows OS not only for its sheer lack of understandable or helpful information, but also in its frequency and persistence. BSOD is a name that strikes fear into the hearts of men and brings great wealth and fortune to the corrupt. Windows embodies everything that is America. Sure our products are not as good as the other guys, and yes they do cost more, but God help you if you admit you don't like it. The BSOD is the cold robotic voice that lets you know that it can't let you do that. The BSOD provides so little insight into the issue at hand that it might as well be an "intelligence" report from the Iraqi lines. The BSOD is no more an error report than the 2000 election was legit. The BSOD is everything that is wrong with America; it is G' Dubya. You can't change the color of this American Icon no more than you can justify invasion.
A problem has been detected and the Administration has been shut down to prevent further damage to your nation.