Time-Machine Tuesday: A non-smashing success

By November 26, 2019Newsletters

This IT pilot fish works in a big open-plan office, where the last employee out is supposed to turn off the lights.

One day, the last person is someone who’s never before been the last to leave, and she can’t find the light switch. She does find a big handle marked “power,” so she flips that.

Naturally, all the lights go off, along with everything else. But she heads home having done her duty.

Do you feel as if you’ve heard this story before? You might have, but we promise you that this ends up differently from most “somebody went and hit the big red button” stories.

Next morning, no one can get in. The electric lock on the front door to the office isn’t working.

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Robert Crossland

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