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The Website is Down: Sales Guy vs Web Dude

Не мог пройти мимо :) На английском, под катом субтитры, да и без них понятно

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Come on you little bitches, let’s go.

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That’s right, oh, snap…

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Oh, not now.

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Oh you so suck…

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Oh come on, oh…

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Fuck!

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Hello?

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Web dude this is Chip at sales, what’s up man?

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Nothing, I’m working. What’s umm, what’s going on?

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Hey, you uh, you here in building 3?

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Yeah, I’m in building three.

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Well why do I have to call an outside number to get to your desk?

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Wuh…

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Look, I don’t want to get into an IP telephony conversation with you right now…

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You pee telephony? Ha, I pee urine.

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[unintelligible conversation with Nancy in the background - then laughter]

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That’s a… That’s a good one.

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All right, so look dude, we’ve got problems. The website’s down.

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I’m sorry, what?

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The website is down. Blackhole, I can’t get to the thing.

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Fuck!

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Yeah…

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Hold on…

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Well it looks like it’s up to me.

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Well… I rebooted my PC and it’s still that way.

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How many times did you reboot?

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Three man, you always tell me to do three.

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Well, umm, all right. It’s up, I mean I can check to see if Apache is running.

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Apache is running… oops…

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I don’t know what this Apache is but uh…

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Either way, I’m still not able to get what I need.

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Oh, I can telnet into the port, you can get HTML, like it’s running.

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OK well, I’m, I’m still not able to get what I’m looking for.

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Uh, Nancy said that you, you guys rebooted it last time.

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I don’t know, I mean..

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Do you want me to reboot the web server even though it’s running?

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I’m just saying that’s what Nancy said you guys did last time. OK?

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Well, I, I can reboot it now.

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It doesn’t make any sense to reboot something that’s running.

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Ok, well, I’m just I’m saying what Nancy said, that you guys,

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you know, you guys rebooted it last time.

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Umm…

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You know I’m not, you know, I’m not saying anything about you guys.

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- I mean I don’t know.
- Sure, why not, let’s reboot it… I mean…

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- I don’t know this IT stuff.
- I mean it’s just fun to reboot a web server.

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I mean that’ll take fifteen minutes, so, you know, I can get back to… what I was doing.

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Uh, wait, wait, something just happened.

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Uh, I, I can’t get to the home page.

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What do you mean you can’t get to the home page? I just took it down.

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I, I just, I just tried to get to the home page and I can’t get to it.

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You could get to the home page before?

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Yeah, I was getting to the home page and now I can’t get to the home page.

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You told me that the website was down.

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Ah, Fuck. So the website wasn’t down.

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Uh, well, well maybe that’s not what I meant, OK, uh?

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The website’s down now.

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wuh, wuh, whatever it’s called, the world wide web, the..

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The Internet?

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It’s slow, everything is so slow.

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You don’t know the difference between the Internet and our website?

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Nancy is your, is your, is your web working?

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I told you, I’m working.

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I know, I know, I know. He rebooted the website.

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What?!

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- He rebooted it.
- What?!

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Hello?

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Uh, yeah this is Treavor.

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I work for the city of Arvada, population ten thousand,

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and I was looking at our website

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www dot arvada dot org backslash arvada harvest festival

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- And I…
- Yeah…

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I… I get this error message, page cannot be displayed.

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Well, it’s because the website’s down.

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Huh…?

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Oh my God.

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Look, the sales guys upstairs took down the website

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…so we’re waiting for it to come back up.

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- Who? And then I tried…
- Uh, this is Treavor.

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I tried arvada harvest festival backslash pumpkin patch and that wasn’t on there,

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and I tried harvest festival backslash bean bag race and nothing’s coming up

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and I LITERALLY have the mayor breathing down my neck right now

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so we need to get this back up uh, as soon as possible.

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Uh look, it should be back up by now, honestly.

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It’s called online, we gotta get this page online.

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Uh, uh all right [charro], well, let me, you know, can I call you when it’s back up?

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You know what, call me back at this number.

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Literally have the mayor breathing down my neck, arvada pumpkin patch dot org.

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OK.

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- Check.
- Huh?

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All right, I’ll see you later.

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OK

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It’s down because he rebooted it.

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- What an idiot.
- I don’t know why he rebooted it.

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Why do you… Um, so what, say that again?

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Listen, uh, what was your name again, Chip?

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Chip.

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Can you…

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- I didn’t…
- Can you hold on for a second?

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Hello?

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Did you take down the website?

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No!

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Well Nancy said you did.

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Oh, I mean yeah.

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Why the hell did you do that?

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Well the sales guys…

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Well, didn’t you get my email about not taking down the web server?

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Um, nn, no.

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Well, I sent it to you.

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Well…

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Hold on…

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‘Cause I don’t see it.

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Well, uh…

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This is weird, I don’t see it here. OK, well maybe I didn’t send it to you.

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Uh, yeah, ’cause seriously, you know, I didn’t get it.

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Well, the email said don’t take it down

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because it won’t come back up without being powered off.

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Oh, crap.

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Yeah, thanks a lot.

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Uh, I’m sorry. Fuck me, look…

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Chip?

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- Yeah.
- Look…

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Ok, the website’s not coming up now because you made me take it down in the wrong way.

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Uhh, OK?

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I’m gunna have to get Lazlo to power it off. Can you hold on a minute?

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All right.

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Fuckin’ Lazlo, come on.

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Hello Derrick you fucking idiot. What rack is this in?

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I’m sorry, what?

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What rack is the system in?

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It’s in rack 5.

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- Rack 5?
- Yes.

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- Rack 5?
- Rack 5.

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Yeah he told me that you took down the system.

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Yes, it was an accident.

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What did he tell me?

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Just reboot it.

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You need the system rebooted?

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Yes.

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Which one is it?

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It’s gray, it’s on the, it’s like third down.

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The one, the, the, they’re all gray.

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I know, it’s third down, you can see the gray on the bottom.

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You need which, it’s from the top or the bottom?

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From the top.

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You tell me.

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- It’s, Jesus…
- You tell me.

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- It’s gray…
- I, I can’t hear anything.

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I know, shut up! It’s gray on the bottom.

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- From the bottom?
- It’s gray on the bottom.

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- It’s on the bottom of the rack.
- On the top?

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- Yes!
- Oh.

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You just powered off the Exchange server.

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I’ll do the top one now.

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Oh my fucking God…

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OK, yeah I did both of them, so you should be good.

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- Oh!
- Uh, later.

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Thanks a lot!

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Uh, I don’t know, I guess he didn’t take it down right.

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- Chip.
- It’s a mayor…

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Hey.

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Well you managed to take the email system down as well.

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Really? The email server?

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Well it doesn’t have anything to do with the web serv…

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…he just shut off all our email.

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That’s what he tried to do last time.

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Uh, OK.

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Lazlo at the data center rebooted it

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when he was trying to fix the web server

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that you asked me to take down, so…

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How many times?

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How many times, what?

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How many times did he reboot it?

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Once.

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Well I think you need to try a few more times.

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Web dude, We’re having a quarterly sales call in 2 minutes.

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I need to get on the web site, or the Internet, or whatever.

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That’s why I called you in the first place. …

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What’s your asset tag, Chip?

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Uh, the asset tag is 287JPC and the number 2.

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Is that P as in Paul?

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That’s P as in Paul.

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Ok.

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Where do you get this, duh wuuw.

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Is this your desktop?

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Is the mouse moving?
Hello! My mouse just moved!

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OK, yeah..

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Do that again. Oh my God you’re moving my mouse!

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It’s Remote Desktop. What is your password?

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Ah, it just the letter ‘a’.

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Just the letter ‘a’. All right?

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Like apple. Are you looking at my desktop right now?

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Dude, how many programs do you have running?

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You, you’re totally overloading your box. That’s probably part of the reason.

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Well, I use all these programs. But you know I got a lot of work to do during the day.

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OK, can I close this?

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Woah! Woah! Hey! No-no-no!

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- You want to save it?
- No, no, I need to save this!

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- Chip?
- This is all my work!

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Look, you don’t need this stuff open.

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I’m… that’s some research that I’m doing. OK?

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You don’t, I mean all this needs taking…

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You can’t close all my windows! OK?

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Closing that…

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- Web dude, web dude…
- Chip?

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- You gotta slow down.
- AOL?

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Don’t use AOL! It’s dial up networking.

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Well how am I going get to the Internet without AOL?

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It, it, it’s broadband.

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But I got like 4000 hours for free.

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It’s… We have a corporate OC3, it costs like a thousand dollars a month

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so don’t use AOL. Woah…

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Can you carry over my hours?

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What, what is this? “FUK U!”

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It’s my desktop.

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Wuh, they’re icons, they spell FUK U! and there’s a picture of a penis.

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Uh, Patricia did that when I uh, took over her computer. She wasn’t very happy.

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Holy crap. How long’s it been like that?

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8 or 9 years

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Oh my God.

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You know, I just got so used to it I didn’t want to change it.

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That’s fuckin’ awesome, hold on. Fuckin’ hell.

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All right, I’m taking a picture of this, hold on just a sec.

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OK, so…

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I’m going to put this on Boing Boing.

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Seriously though, I’ve got a like a meeting in 5 minutes

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…so whatever we got to do to get, to get my PC back up.

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Uh, This is going right onto Boing Boing.

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Uh, What’s Boing Boing?

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Here’s the thing, this is a problem.

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You can’t have people lookin’ at this, Ok. Arrange your icons by name…

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Woah! What’d you do now? I can’t find anything!

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What do you mean? It’s alphabetical.

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Oh man, I, I had everything exactly where I know where it was.

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I knew that, th, that our website, our website was at the very tip of the penis.

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And now I don’t know where anything is.

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How am I, no it’s not that one, it’s not that one any more.

237
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Well, umm

238
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My Salesforce.com was on the right testicle.

239
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I’m not going to be able to find anything.

240
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I got, got a meeting in 2 minutes and I need…

241
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I need the icons back the way they were.

242
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Well I can’t go back.

243
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There’s no way to go back. You can’t arrange them by penis.

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Oh my God. I’ll tell ya, every time I call you tech support people,

245
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every fucking time, you guys,

246
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you guys do something entirely different, you know?

247
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You don’t fix the problem that I call about.

248
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You know, all I wanted was to get the website back.

249
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That’s all, That’s all I needed.

250
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Didn’t you say, you said took a picture of it. Restore it.

251
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Well…

252
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Yeah I guess, I mean I could just make that the background for your desktop.

253
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I don’t care what you have to do, whatever you gotta do to get this thing back.

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I’ll say it probably won’t, won’t solve the problem completely but..

255
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Well, with the icons in the same spot, I’ll be able to get to them.

256
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All right, so this is worse.

257
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Oh, wait..

258
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I mean it’s just a picture of a desktop.

259
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OK, it’s perfect, it’s perfect.

260
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Hey, I gotta get into my meeting, so, you know I, I, this is great.

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You, you good with it? ’cause…

262
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No, no, this, this is fine, I can find everything.

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I can find everything, it’s fine.

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OK.

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All right so, I gotta go to the meeting. Uh…

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You know thanks a lot web dude, I’m outta here.

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- OK, bye.
- Bye bye.

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Jesus, what a fuckin’ day.

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