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Hey everyone,

I have a three yr. old MacBook Pro, 15" screen. Works pretty much flawless all the time. A few days ago I was gonna watch a Youtube vid and the screen went wild. I took a couple screen shots for your viewing pleasure.
After restart everything went back to normal.
Should I be worried?

Thanks.
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