I'm in the mood to be helpful today. To provide some therapy, should you need it.
Just call me a public servant.
I mean, some of us don't know we have a problem until a bigger problem arises. Like when you're in a crabby mood and you may need a nap but the bigger problem is you need an IV infusion of chocolate.
In order to help you solve your problems today, I'm going to ask a series of hypothetical questions, designed to enlighten you. I mean me. I mean, OF COURSE YOU. Because I don't have problems. No sirree, not me. Nope. Perfectly perfect and normal out here in Karenpie Land.
Here are the questions:
1. Are you overly dependent on your computer? If you're honest you'll answer yes.
2. If you suddenly did not have a computer, would your life come to a screeching halt?
3. If your life didn't come to a screeching halt, would you at least get more laundry done?
4. How long do you think it would take for your high score at Bejeweled to be completely obliterated if you couldn't play computer games? It's just a question.
5. Do you think your computer is necessary during these final 2 weeks of tax season?
6. Should your hard drive on your beloved iMac decide to get completely pissed off and fry itself, how much data would you lose? And by data I mean pictures.
7. If your beloved Mac, which is completely pissed off, was unavailable to you, how long would you cry and suck your thumb in the fetal position?
8. Do you have a computer-savvy husband who believes in backing up your beloved iMac's hard drive on an external hard drive? Just because? Because I do. Have one of those husbands.
Six days without a computer. I'm typing this at the library, which isn't too bad. Me and the Mormon missionaries are hanging out, doing important things on the internet. Six days without a computer feels like six years. I'm running out of wine.
Which is something when you have a wine refrigerator that holds 150 bottles.