The Trouble Is At Your End
It was decided at MS corporation, during a brilliant brainstorming session, that
military service would help improve the focus, problem solving skills and discipline
of their "Internet tech support" staff. They decided to test this theory by sending their senior
technical support technician first. So off to boot camp he went.
At the rifle range he was given some instruction, a rifle, and bullets. He
fired several shots at the target.
The report came from the target area that all attempts had completely missed
The MS tech looked at his rifle and then at the target again.
"Hmmmmm," he thought, "I'll get to the bottom of this in no time." He looked
at the rifle again, and then at the target again. He pointed his still
loaded rifle at the ground in front of him and fired.
A cloud of dust was kicked up, and a little dimple was left there in the dirt.
"Yep, it's working," he concluded.
The technician yelled out to the others at the target end, "The rifle is in
working order, and the bullet seems to be leaving the rifle at this end just fine. The
trouble must be at your end!"
[ Author Unknown -- from 'Pastor Tim' -- Ed:anon. ]
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