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December 26, 2007

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ziggybop

Yes, it's amazing how the seemingly complex can go wrong and simply be fixed.

I had a Sergeant work on a General's inoperative radio remote box. The SGT opened the battery compartment, rolled the batteries under his palms, and closed both cover latches at the same time. The remote worked again. The General introduced the SGT in front of a formation as the "Sergeant with the magic hands."

Just like Fake Steve Jobs' alter-ego going through 3 days of hell with the Apple lawyers and on Christmas Eve, miraculously, all was well. Mostly well anyway.

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