Motherboard, Me & the Daily Humdrum

12 November 2008

OMG!OMG!OMG! My comp went blank just as I was sending a stinker to a person I most detest! I'd just about reached telling him to ...you-know-what & my machine gaped at me with a dark face. Sigh! No amount to plugging in/out, rebooting etc helped. It had decided to die on me & that was that. According to a greek-latin speaking techy, my motherboard had gone blink & there was only so much he'd try to retrieve. Comps had a mother or a board?
Well, anyway, so there was I...at work & no machine to work on. What would I do? What about all my deadlines for the day and the mailing and the...blah-d-blah? Hmmm, while the techy was trying to find a method in the madness, la-Lear, I thought of calling up a most dreaded client & catching up on a project. Oh well, he wasn't available & would I please call back later? Sure, dude! Just thought I'd let you know we are at it. Humdedum, what next? I called up a couple of old cronies I'd not called in ages, called up my siblings...everyone on earth I could think of & still no sign of a temporary comp for me to work on. Well, such situations umm.........call for a meeting! So I collected my team members & pushed off for a long, long meeting. Poor souls, I bet they cursed me just the same as I curse my boss when she calls for a boring, dull meeting. Ok, so we decided to work faster, harder, raise the bar a little higher & all the jazzy I do/will bow-wow promises people make in meetings. Half a day still remaining. Ha! I knew what I could do! Fill out the hateful productivity sheets that I'd ignored for the last half a month! Darn...those who have to do this will have complete, undivided sympathies with me when I say filling out these PS' is one of the worst tasks a company can make an employee do. Trust me, if you've done this everyday for a month, you can do almost anything else in the world, except produce a baby, maybe.
5'o clock & at last I get to see a spare machine. What's the point anyway, in an hour, it'd be time to go home. And, hell, what about my motherboard?It'll take a good 7 working days to get it back. What about all my work saved on it? What about all the crazy articles I've penned for the ga-ga & the dotty in the other part of the world?
Hmm, maybe I'll just take a holiday to the Himalayas & look for the infamous, elusive Yeti. That seems to be an easier task than getting a sick computer to work.

7 Comments, Opinions & What Have you!:

Sahana 11/12/2008  

I so totally agree abt the freaking comp disasters. Dont they just happen when youre in the middle of something important!

Free-Fallin' 11/12/2008  

Good your comp conked-out on you. you've been sending to many stinkers, maybe. Thank God u had a phone on you, though. Siblings would have been happy to hear from you.
:-) don't go to himalayas. They're redundant. Instead, come into my parlour......

Bardrox 11/12/2008  

Free Fallin', I tell you, it is a disaster when you have a day & rn't allowed an off! W

Dinank 11/12/2008  

:) so typical of a work situ!

Anonymous 11/12/2008  

Quite an intersting close to the write-up...Himalayas haan!!-- ritu

Bardrox 11/13/2008  

Yes, Ritu...at such times, it is the peaks of Badri that seem most peaceful...never mind the Yeti!

Anonymous 12/31/2009  

I know it is so silly of me to ask as this wonderful touch screen phenominal phone is so great but why does everybody think same thing, the new iPhone is going to have a touch screen. I know its been a great idea but people have made so many complaints that they cant work it because of the touch screen, Apple want to please its customers, so rid of it, not that I want it gone. I love it!



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