ANSWERS: 3
  • Just one. But as soon as he leaves, it quits working. When you get a new programmer guy to fix the non-working lightbulb, the new programmer wants to change everything the old guy did and make you spend more money to upgrade the lightbulb. It's now too complicated for you to change yourself, so you have to call the programmer every day cause it never works right. The programmer says it's a problem with the wiring, not the lightbulb, and wants another upgrade. When you explain that the lightbulb doesn't emit any light, he tells you that that's not what it was designed to do and insists you buy a different lightbulb.
    • mushroom
      First you need to define "lightbulb."
    • Hardcore Conservative
      Each one will define it differently. And by the time I type out the definition, it'll be obsolete.
    • mushroom
      OK. Are you certain the "lightbulb" ever worked in this location?
    • Hardcore Conservative
      It worked just fine until the damn update.
    • mushroom
      Oh, then you'll have to reload Windows "Light."
    • Hardcore Conservative
      Error says "Hardware not compatible." Dammit.
    • mushroom
      Then you are using the wrong socket. You need a dual-core lightbulb or better.
    • Hardcore Conservative
      I had one. The last lightbulb changer I had, told me to get rid of it because it was redundant and I didn't need it.
  • just one
  • 100 one to hold the bulb and 99 to turn the house.

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