Can’t Make This Up: Man Gets $20m Computer Repair Job, Reamed
Roger Davidson is a composer and a pianist. Roger Davidson does not fix his own computers. Roger Davidson pays people to fix his computers. In fact, he might even pay as high as $20,000,000. Provided, of course, that the computer repairman discover that his computer is being affected by an international virus in Honduras, run by Polish members of Opus Dei that have now targeted him for assassination. It’s a strict, if quirky, policy he’s lived by. And good thing, too! Because it totally happened!
The computer security firm is all “No, seriously dude. Polish priests are trying to kill you!” So Davidson is all “Dude! Help me!” So the security firm is all “Welllllll, ok. We’ll do it for $160,000 a day.” And Roger Davidson, like any normal, perfectly intelligent, Grammy-winning pianist, accepted their help.
Frankly, I don’t see what all the fuss is about. I mean, the security firm did provide the services they promised. As proof, Mr. Davidson was not in any way harmed by members of Opus Dei, was he? Seller provided the promised services. No harm, no foul, I say.