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I Should Have Worn Matching Socks.

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It’s 6:25 PM, and I’m sitting in a hospital bed, slightly cold but very happy that I have my “phablet” with me to help pass the time.

I’ve been feeling like general crappola the last couple of weeks, and then today I felt so incredibly sick that I had to leave work and come straight here for a barrage of tests.  I’d post a pic of my IV, but I wouldn’t want to chase away my squeamish readers.

Getting back to the socks…

As I sit here, I can’t help but think, “So this is why my mom always told me to wear matching socks and to never leave the house without underwear.”  At least I got the latter part right. Plus, the socks are at least in the same color family (See Photo Above) A yin and yang if you will.

Lesson learned.

In related news, I should probably tie my humor and boredom into something tech related.  So how’s this for you…

There’s a cool app called Patient Journal available from the iTunes Store.

(Yes folks, hell hath frozen over…I am posting about something non-Android related.)  Maybe I hit my head too.

This app just might make your next hospital stay a tad more comfortable and maybe even safer.  One benefit is that it’s a great way to keep track of all medication given and procedures performed.

Now, I shall go and peruse the Google Play Store to find its Android equivalent.

Gosh it’s cold in here. Brrrrrr!

P.S. I had some hospital selfies that I was tempted to post, but I didn’t want to make BuzzFeed’s next “Worst Types of Selfies” list.

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Technical Support Flow Chart (Funny)

I found this photo online on  xkcd.com and absolutely had to share it!  Yep, this pretty much sums up the majority of my day…

Tech Support Flow Chart (Funny)

So umm yea…sometimes when us “experts” look like we are busy at work solving your CATASTROPHIC technical problems we are either:

  1. Surfing the web
  2. Placing last minute bids on ebay
  3. Following this flow chart, which includes both pressing random buttons until we figure out a smart sounding way to explain whats “wrong” with your device, whilst hoping that you will not question it and/or googling how to fix it, thus resulting in us looking like the “experts” that we “are”.

::Pats self on back:: It’s all in a day’s work.