I've been working on a legacy system that's been sitting on the shelf for about a year. Most of the system is in VB.Net, so I've been writing a fair amount of "VB#" as habit dictates that I end each line with a semi-colon -- it works in T-SQL and C#.
A workmate did find an import/export routine written in C#, and it had a great catch statement I thought I'd share. First it catches any error and swallows it, a la ON ERROR RESUME NEXT. But, just for good measure, it also checks the error message so it can execute... a comment!
I guess any data integrity error worth suppressing is worth over-suppressing. I've probably done the same type of thing a dozen times, so it's nice to have a little fun with somebody else's forgotten bit of error control.