I've always liked this kind of thing. Over at Channel 9 on MSDN, they've got a "Knowledge Base Machine Translation Examples" wiki. The articles are RE-machine-translated back to English, so they're perhaps a bit worse than they would be if they'd only been machine-translated once.
Still, statements like the following are good fun:
A principle terrain must be truth to aquire the state of a physical printer
You show error 17803, if you execute a SORT- on a computer which has physical RAM multiple GB from SQL Server possesses,, or a CREATE INDEX operation on a computer,, which has physical RAM multiple GB from SQL Server possesses.
You engineers slogan are researching a resolution for this problem, which was denoted from user like you.