Some things are just… funny, especially when seen without context. Although, of course, I tend to provide that context anyway… unless doing so is dangerous, and then I’ll still provide the context, but hide it under so much additional information that no one will notice.
This one’s slightly relevant, in a very past-tense sort of way, to something my clone-sibling is working on. And yes, I emphasized the first-person pronoun deliberately in the previous sentence: I wouldn’t want Paul to be mistaken for anyone else’s clone-sibling, y’know? (*shakes head at irony*)
Heard that yesterday morning, when my clone-sibling was talking about a conversation he’d had with a co-worker (or cow-orker?) a few weeks ago. The co-worker/cow-orker didn’t know rebooting the Barracuda (computer security thing) was even an option, despite this individual being the IT person and thus the resident “expert” on such matters.