Tuesday, 17 November 2015
How I suffered!
Yesterday the Internet started to play up. The laptop has been slow for a wee while so I cleaned and deleted, made use of CC Cleaner, ran this and ran that but it was slower than ever. Late on my email would not work, no matter how hard I hit the laptop it did not improve. The GMail stopped also, in fact neither could be contacted and Google would no work either.
I checked both laptops and both struggled. Even my pictures would not work, they just disappeared. I switched it off and on, did all the usual things, shouted and swore, kicked it about the floor but nothing worked.
I decided it was their fault and left it till this morning intending to fix things before I went out.
Lo and behold it worked normally!
I have since discovered BT had an outage which affected the whole of East Anglia, much of the Midlands and bits of London. Screaming peoples were to be found in a million or two homes last night, no longer concerned for IS terrorists more interested in fixing the computers.
How important the internet has become.
Kids could not do homework or play games, businesses and those working from home could not work, Blog workers could not blog nor could half the nation check their emails, all because of an unknown fault somewhere in BT.
Terrorists have it wrong. Shooting people is spectacular and in our society brings out the emotional responses that we see today (pity they are less emotional for the seven million babies killed by abortion), it would be much more efficient and a lot less dangerous to just plant a few small bombs in electric sub stations blocking out the entire nation. Devastation everywhere, industry brought to a halt, millions of porn sites blocked, blogs unwritten, and despair and unhappiness abroad. No suicides required although a few may occur but a much better way to spite an enemy today.
Tonight however all is well and I am able to connect with my spam. I can now sleep knowing all is well with the world and not fear having to talk to real people while I fight the laptop, for without the laptop the world stops.