What IT deals with. am reposting from 2-3 years ago because i think they are funny and forgotten, i haven't seen em posted for a long time and so am posting the What IT deals with am reposting from 2-3 years ago because i think they are funny and forgotten haven't seen em posted for a long time so posting the
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What IT deals with. am reposting from 2-3 years ago because i think they are funny and forgotten, i haven't seen em posted for a long time and so am posting the

am reposting **** from 2-3 years ago because i think they are funny and forgotten, i haven't seen em posted for a long time and so am posting them again

A Client to an Internet pro-
vader phones in for help
with femail...
Provider: "How can I help you
today, ma' arn?"
Client: "Is femail internet"?
Provider: "I beg your pardon?"
Client: "ls femail on the internet? I
have no internet, can I still read
my femail?"
Provider: "Well yes, you must be
able to get online to view your
femail."
Client: "Oh, dear. I Can' t see my
femail."
Provider: "Well, let' s see. Gan
you open up Internet Explorer for
me and tell me what you see?"
Client: "Open what?"
Provider: "Your browser, can you
open up your browser?"
Provider: "What you click on
when you want to browse the in-
ternet?"
Client: "I don' t use anything, I just
turn my computer on, and it' s
there."
Provider: "Okay. Do you see the
little blue 'e' icon on your desk-
Client: "You mean I have to start
writing letters again?"
Client: "l don' t have any pens at
my desk. I just want my femail
again."
Provider: "No, ma' am, your desk-
top, on your computer screen.
Can you click on the little blue 'e'
on your computer screen for me?"
Client: "Oh, this is too much work.
I' m too upset. Just send me my
femail. Can' t you send me my
femail?"
Can you tell me what color the
lights are on your router right
Client: "My what?"
Provider: "The little box with
green or possibly a couple of red
lights on it right now - it' s most
likely near your computer?"
Client: "Lights and boxes, boxes
and lights, just get my femail for
Provider: "My test is showing that
you should be able to get online
right now. Gan you tell me what
you’ re seeing on your computer
screen?"
Client: ''' s been the same thing
for the last two hours."
Provider: "An error message?"
Client: "No, just stars. It' s black
and moving stars."
Provider: "...Do you see your
mouse next to your keyboard?"
Client: "Yes."
Provider: "Move it for me."
Client: "Move it?"
Provider: "Yes. Move it."
Client: "My femail! ''
Found it humerus
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - stasi
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I've worked in IT and this has put me somewhere between absolute disbelief and slight possibility.
#2 to #1 - thebaconlord
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Current IT tech here - I put it in highly possible and it has happened to me. I have little faith in humanity when it comes to basic common sense on technology
User avatar #4 to #2 - cousin
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(04/24/2014) [-]
As another tech I can agree with thebaconlord.
#11 to #4 - hopskotch
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I can also vouch for this.

Oh man, I also love it when I have a husband/wife pair in the store yelling at me, asking why their computer has a virus.

After having been through their computer I just think......"Do you really want to ask that in front of her?"
#13 to #11 - gentorgal
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I can also attest to this sadness. I work with people in hospitals and half of them honestly ask me "What is the internet? I don't know what you're looking for, but we didn't get that 'internet' software you're talking about". I agree that if you're going to work in an environment where computers are prevalent and working with them is part of your job, all it takes is a little self-motivation to learn the basics.
#31 to #2 - jfbyers
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(04/24/2014) [-]
there are some people who should be shunned from technology   
 gif related its what i wanted to do when someone asked my why their internet wasn't working and their computer was off
there are some people who should be shunned from technology
gif related its what i wanted to do when someone asked my why their internet wasn't working and their computer was off
User avatar #5 - lolollo
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I may not know a lot about technology, but I at least know that I would need to do "SOMETHING" on my end if I'm resisting taking it in. Seriously, getting all defeatist and constantly asking they "just fix it" is ****** stupid.
#3 - fishinyourface
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I don't think I would have the patience. I'm not having a go at people who aren't great with technology, I just wouldn't be able to deal with that.
I don't think I would have the patience. I'm not having a go at people who aren't great with technology, I just wouldn't be able to deal with that.
#9 to #3 - draggonerify
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(04/24/2014) [-]
source of gif please?
User avatar #10 to #9 - shumdek
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Batman Begins.
#12 to #3 - zakaizer
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(04/24/2014) [-]
That's the one area of IT I would refuse to go into, the amount of high-level stupidity is just... Mind numbing.   
   
 Also, got a bigger, smoother, non-broken gif for you, a present, if you will.
That's the one area of IT I would refuse to go into, the amount of high-level stupidity is just... Mind numbing.

Also, got a bigger, smoother, non-broken gif for you, a present, if you will.
User avatar #34 to #3 - imabeagoodguy
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Well to be fair it's ******* annoying when people just refuse to do what you're asking them to do and instead just complain that they want it fixed.
#16 - anon id: dfd9c175
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Nobody can that stupid, this is fake.
#17 to #16 - anon id: bd89ff93
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(04/24/2014) [-]
My Gran thought there were sites with hidden cameras on the webpage which could steal your identity. I'm just saying.
#18 to #16 - superduperpuper
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(04/24/2014) [-]
My mother turned on the PC screan and shouted "anon! I broke the PC oh my god come fix it I broke the PC oh my god!" My respone: "Yeah... you turned on the screen, you have to turn on the PC too."
User avatar #19 to #16 - vexaton
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(04/24/2014) [-]
As a person in the IT-business, no it is not fake... This is highly probable. Elderly people don't know ****. We do presentations at something called "Senior-net", which is surfing for elderly...
User avatar #26 to #19 - enigmaticspirit
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I just love your "Yui-Nyan" gif profile picture.

Also bless your heart having something dedicated to teacher the elderly how to internet.
#28 to #26 - vexaton
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Why thanks  I made one with captions if you want it. It's not really voluntary, because it is part of my education. My last year of "high school"  13th year, senior year  is in an IT company. We don't have classes. We run the business, and do assignments during our spare time. We even get the money we earned at the end of the year, which is nice, and helps us stay motivated to lecture the elderly, or even other students, on the world of electronics.   
   
We've had soldering courses for other students in middle schools and high school. We're having one for the juniors pretty soon, which is gonna make us like $1,000. Btw, I live in Norway, so that was an estimation of profit.
Why thanks I made one with captions if you want it. It's not really voluntary, because it is part of my education. My last year of "high school" 13th year, senior year is in an IT company. We don't have classes. We run the business, and do assignments during our spare time. We even get the money we earned at the end of the year, which is nice, and helps us stay motivated to lecture the elderly, or even other students, on the world of electronics.

We've had soldering courses for other students in middle schools and high school. We're having one for the juniors pretty soon, which is gonna make us like $1,000. Btw, I live in Norway, so that was an estimation of profit.
#29 to #28 - vexaton
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(04/24/2014) [-]
So I was rushed to make a logo for the company. Took me like 10 minutes, but it's on our displays and our business cards and on the screens at school. Had no idea my **** would get spread around like that xD
User avatar #35 to #29 - enigmaticspirit
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Oh yeah, I also ended up becoming the webmaster of my high school along with 3 other dudes, but we were locked out by the new principal we got halfway through the year, so we ended up just teaching the class we happened to work during twice, and spent the rest of the time playing MineCraft.
User avatar #40 to #35 - vexaton
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(04/25/2014) [-]
Haha, I just play games and stuff while I don't have any assignments. It's pretty alright.
User avatar #33 to #29 - enigmaticspirit
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Huh, my high school here in the U.S. had something where you could work for the school as a techie and take just half classes, but that's about as close as we get to your program. That's pretty awesome you get to keep the money, and also end up teaching some stuff like that to elderly/younger students. And that is a pretty badass logo. I used to do some graphic design stuff; it has been years, I really haven't tried since around my sophomore year of high school (grade 10), but I got pretty decent at it. I did do some logo things and designed a website for a band, but I really put the most work into stuff for personal use (desktop wallpapers and the like, and some related stuff for a Super Smash Bros/Wii hacking site).
User avatar #7 - faithrider
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(04/24/2014) [-]
this is very common, but not the worst. i work in it and trying to explain to someone that i can't diagnose their computer over the phone is one of the biggest pains in the ass.
User avatar #37 to #7 - trolljunkusa
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(04/24/2014) [-]
"you're doing things too quickly, show me what you're doing"
#39 - ihatem
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(04/24/2014) [-]
When I run for president, I'll propose mandating that people over a certain age, depending on studies suggesting what age, be provided the option to be given a manual on how to learn about and make the most of the newer technology that they aren't so familiar with, increasing productivity and amusement for senior citizens.

obviously there'd be changes and regulations for all the nooks and grannies, but it's the general concept that counts
User avatar #36 - trolljunkusa
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(04/24/2014) [-]
I just wish parents and grandparents knew a tiny bit of trouble shooting

No, instead of just trying things out, they give it to you, and then when you do it in one second "WHOA YOURE A GENIOUS"

Then it does it again "YOU BROKE IT, THIS IS WHY I DONT TRUST YOU WITH MY TECHNOLOGY"
#32 - anon id: e73d8688
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(04/24/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** mfw i read end
#14 - nyxservant
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(04/24/2014) [-]
Poor, poor man.
#8 - anon id: ed962bd9
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(04/24/2014) [-]
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