When breaking the ice is like this, sometimes I wish I had become an astronaut.
I sort of do know exactly how that feels however that particular question doesn't bother me too much because it is part of the services I provide as someone who sets up web sites and e-mail for a person or company. For someone who is just someone you meet in causual acquaintance it is a bit bothersome to say the least. I do have to remember that is where they are most of the time so their view is a bit different. The question that makes me bang my head on the desk is, "Can you come over and look at my computer?" I might need you to fix it. I "might" could fix someones computer but if I did every odd little job remotely related to what I do I would never be able to concentrate on becoming an expert in that arena, These are questions we hear in our own field. I wonder what questions drive people in other industries crazy? Do astronauts have a question that drives them up a wall?
I laughed! - I cried !
I feel the pain!
I am not a web designer! - But I am in the infrastructure Tech business -
And no, I don't know why that weird mail merge did not work
And no, I don't know what that funny transition in powerpoint isn't properly transparent
And no, I don't know why your development environment is having a problem with that TinyInt variable in the StoredProc on our database server, but the error message says bad variable in line 45 of your code
And no, I don't know why the font in Adobe CS2 is a little darker on **this** page vs. **that** page.
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