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The holiday party season is upon us this year and the theme is definitely geek.

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At a co-worker’s Christmas party you find two bowls of punch; one is marked, “Mac,” the other, “PC.”

Confused, you grab a bottle of beer from the cooler hidden under the table.

Looking more closely at the victuals laid out, you begin the think you may have wandered into the wrong party!

Cookies have been prepared in the shapes of computers. A large cake is decorated with the likeness of Steve Jobs.

A bowl of green Jell-O has a label taped to it that reads “64-bit.” A closer inspection reveals memory chips suspended in its wobbly depths.

A rotund, short man bumps up beside you. His red T-shirt carries a picture of Santa Claus wearing taped-up horn-rimmed glasses.

“64-bit, get it?” he chuckles. “It’s electric!”

He laugh-snorts furiously and dips himself up a cup of PC.

A friend suddenly appears and drags you over to a cluster of people.

And that’s when you see him.

He’s broad-shouldered, thick-jawed and his eyes sparkle blue through his non-prescription specs. His pants are a bit tight and so 10 years ago, but his ToeSocks make you giggle.

You feel your knees go weak as he chats with a friend and flashes a set of perfect teeth that could only be the product of expensive orthodontics.

Your heart swells with compassion for the teasing he must have endured as a teen. (And you know all about it, because you used to dispense it.)

You overhear words like “quad-core” and “algorithm” in the conversation he’s having.

Suddenly you’re beside him. He warmly says hello to you.

You glance at his cup, smile wickedly, and ask: “So … Mac or PC?”

“Chrome, actually,” is his cold reply as he looks down his beautiful straight nose at your beer and turns away.


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* See? You’re already lost. That’s Keyboard and Mouse.

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Andrew Robulack is a

Whitehorse-based freelance writer and technology solutions consultant specializing in Macs, the internet,

and mobile devices. Read his blog online at www.geeklife.ca.

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