The Man Who Fixed the Internet

The Internet is a wonderful, nay, miraculous, invention. This intangible web of information, media and funny cat pictures transforms my laptop, a humble slab of plastic and silicon, into a window unto worlds real and imagined.

There are times—dark times—when the Internet fails. Some dark, vile sorcery makes the Internet disappear by severing its connection to my laptop. It is at times such as these, dear reader, that we who use the Internet have three options. We can live without Internet: a lamentable fate. We can attempt to restore it ourselves: a venture fraught with frustration and difficulty. Our best and final option is to seek a hero to fix our Internet for us.

The video above is the epic tale of such a man, a story worthy of a place among the myths and legends of old, to be handed down to future generations and never forgotten.

Behold, dear reader, the Ballad of a WiFi Hero.

This post was originally published on April 9, 2014. TMTF shall return with new content on January 19, 2015!

2 thoughts on “The Man Who Fixed the Internet

  1. Lol, “still, the Google did not load.”

    Ah, it’s fun to remember that for quite many years the world existed without The Almighty Internet. Such as that when it goes down, the world seems to end now. 😛

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