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Comic 9 - Jedi Council IT Support
4th Jul 2016, 2:27 PM
Jedi Council IT Support
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peahen edit delete
peahen
With sincere apologies to any of my friends who may be in IT Support, who I'm sure never do half a job or rush to get back to the game they were playing.
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zaptoid edit delete reply
zaptoid
Ha! Switching it off and then back on after 10 seconds seems to be their standard remedy.....
peahen edit delete reply
peahen
Yes, but it always works, doesn't it?!

I didn't really set out to have a dig at IT people (support can really be a frustrating job) - it's more about the fact that in films, technology always just works! None of the "Oh, hang on... I didn't press... just a minute... it'll be there in a second... there it is... oh, no, what's wrong with that"
zaptoid edit delete reply
zaptoid
At first I thought that 'IT' on his shirt was your commentary on men.... :)
Miaubol edit delete reply
Miaubol
Switch it on and off two times and call me in the morning.
area5.1 edit delete reply
area5.1
It worked with my father-in-law's satellite receiver the other week.

A long time ago (in another life) I used to do PC tech support. I couldn't do it now,.. I lost interest as soon as the standard fix became "re-image the PC".
zaptoid edit delete reply
zaptoid
I wish the satellite companies could figure out how to keep stormy weather from interrupting the signal. Just yesterday I missed out on my favorite commercial...
area5.1 edit delete reply
area5.1
Well in reality they could, this is a area I know a fair bit about.

It basically boils down to having a bigger dish, but that's not the way the service model runs, so you get supplied the minimum that works well under normal conditions.

Have you tried wrapping your head in tinfoil and sitting closer to the TV? (It won't actually help, but you'll feel like your doing something)
zaptoid edit delete reply
zaptoid
I'm a professional IT person and take great umbrage at your real or imagined insult. But if you were to send me $1403.00 I might relax a bit...
area5.1 edit delete reply
area5.1
I think you've wrapped the tin foil too tight!
peahen edit delete reply
peahen
Are you the foreign-sounding gent who phoned me up claiming there was a problem with my computer, but he could 'fix' it for me?
zaptoid edit delete reply
zaptoid
No, it was me I am saying...please to give me your bank account numbers I am saying..I am thanking you. All praises to Krishna...Amur Patel