I live in the...or one of the most beautiful places on earth. But alas, I am a nomad at heart. These are my adventures.
That's wonderful, very funny;-]It put a smile on my face.Thank you for your comments on my blog, Carla you're a dear friend to me.Best wishesAnnie
hehe....and to think that we just had our neighbor (computer geek) over for dinner so that he could "take a look at our pc" and solve a few problems.
laughing! laughing! laughing!LAUGHING!
Annie, I'm thrilled you enjoyed it. You're a dear friend as well.Rowena, Yes, indeed...to think. I'm sure I've made myself look equally silly to a techie at times.
JBelle, You and me both ;-)
That´s very funny!Have a nice weekend,Carla!
That is very funny. I enjoyed it very much, and the part at the end with the manual, I can relate to. As someone not in tune with technology (but it's not too foreign) I don't always know how to to get into the help things or where to find them. Funny, funny, funny.
LMAO!! My university just switched from Novell to Microsoft... whatever it's called. It's actually in charge of the elevators. School started last Tuesday and a very much needed elevator still is not working right. They actually put in an "operator," a guy who will push the button for you. Don't think we could use the exercise and use the stairs, this particular elevator offers no stairs and it's mainly for handicapped people.
I've seen that before and it is still darn funny. The challenge I have at work is there are some people like that. Funny...there resumes say they have been trained in reading books....
sirdar reminds me of when I used to build resumes. "I can answer a two line phone system."
Steffi, Glad you enjoyed it. Wishing you a good weekend as well.Dawn, Yes, I think we all can relate at a certain level. The manual bit at the end just tops it off.
Toby, I've always wondered about those wonderful elevator attendants who push those buttons for us. I didn't think those sorts of jobs still existed. I mean really, who is it among us who hasn't mastered button pushing (pardon the pun).Sirdar, I understand, I understand.
LMAO, kind of reminds me of British Humour, Monty Python skits
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