The Laptop Doctor by Gordon Lawrie

As the Laptop Doctor arrived, the laptop sat lifeless.

“How long has she been like this?” he asked, worried.

“Twenty minutes,” I replied. “I’ve been giving her CCR*. Will she live?”

He opened and closed the laptop rhythmically. Suddenly there was light on the screen!

“Aha!” said the Doctor. Inserting a thermometer in the USB socket, he listened to the processor with his stethoscope.

“The arterial cable from the mouse is blocked. There’s an infection, too,” the Doctor said, changing the USB cable and prescribing some anti-virus. He looked at me seriously.

“And tell her to stay off Windows 10.”

* * *

*Computer Clicking Resuscitation

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