Then Came That Terrible Day…
APPLE ROBOT WARS – But just as the robots were about to attack, they stopped, still as statues. Nobody knows why but it’s not Apple’s fault and this insignificant bug will be addressed with the next expensive upgrade, which true Apple fans will not mind in the least.
WINDOWS ROBOT WARS – But just as the robots were about to attack, they stopped, still as statues, as they first had to close all of the ad pop-up boxes in Explorer and tell Cortana for the umpteenth F*ing time that they didn’t want to Bing search using Voice Commands, Right Now!
ANDROID ROBOT WARS – But just as the robots were about to attack, they stopped, still as statues, as 30 bloatware apps the Robots never wanted (but were factory installed) abruptly opened on their own, consuming valuable CPU clock cycles and re-routing their individual networks to ad aggregate marketing cloud firms, while spontaneously dialing programmers who left the company five years ago. All the apps had to be manually shut down, by the villains who launched them. But then they just restarted themselves all over again in a cacophony of rebirth boops, then all the robots locked itself thanks to an Overlay file, which was actually working the way it was designed to: horribly.
LINUX ROBOT WARS – But just as the robots were about to attack, they stopped, still as statues, as a line command, a shell, an entire tar, or maybe even a god damn bash for crying out loud (who TF knows?), was required for the requested task, yet the kernel couldn’t find the necessary file module listed on the documentation tree. Standing in silence as the potential victims pelted them with rocks, the robots vainly searched a Github forum where someone else went through this and had found a usable work-around.
UNIX ROBOT WARS – But just as the robots were about to attack, they stopped, still as statues, as they couldn’t move beyond 30 feet from their Bluetooth dongles. Despite the newly touted 90 yard range, the dongles were pairing, but not connecting.
Who did my blog art? I’ve no idea. It’s been shared for years on Facebook, but even if it’s in the Public Domain, I’d at least like to credit the artist. Does anyone know?
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