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The guy is belligerent, nerdy i.e. speaks a funny abbreviated dialect, spotty-faced with an awkward gait, and thinks he is the most computer literate person in the company, and he is not even in the IT department! He works relentlessy about 15hrs a day. I have no idea what he does in the evening (I am thinking of installing CCTV and finding out). I really want to take this guy out. Any ideas?
This HAS to be a joke.
A lame joke, but a joke nonetheless
Originally posted by bramhastra Well I never intended to help for such a cause but this is the most simple thing possible a computer user can perform
Well I am soory for my part if its that bad I will remove the post if you suggest
I know your intentions were good, but I am a bit dubious about the intentions of the person who started the thread, so you have to be careful because you can end up helping someone do wrong. I still don't know whether to take the post seriously or not, I am suspicious of the motives of the person who started the thread.