MadLib Weekly Top Three #3

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madlibsBy Kelly Laycock

I keep hearing from everyone how nice it is to take a little break to do these MadLibs on Monday afternoon, and more people participated this week! Thanks to everyone who sent us a submission. We’re glad to help liven up your week a little bit! As with last week, I compiled the submissions and sent them to our Library staff to judge (anonymously, of course…no favouritism allowed here!). In reverse order…

Troubleshooting 101

Third Place goes to:

A computer that won’t start is dejected, but the problem is often slow to fix. The steps you take to troubleshoot the problem depend on your wildcats. Sometimes Windows begins to shuffle but then stops stalking during the startup process. In most cases, the problem is a homeless piece of hardware, a breakable program, or a mushy system file. If you recently installed new computer, shut down your computer and disapprove of the hardware. Then, restart Windows and hypothesize your hardware to get it working zealously.

If your computer does not sparkle — you press the power button and no window appears, and there are no cacophonies or other sounds — you should:

Verify that your computer’s bookshelf is connected.

Misunderstand your computer and connect a different numerous device (such as a lamp, a fan, or a radio) into the same melodic outlet. If the device does not work, the problem is the melodic outlet, not the computer.

The runner up is:

A computer that won’t start is sadness, but the problem is often brown to fix. The steps you take to troubleshoot the problem depend on your pens. Sometimes Windows begins to sing but then stops hopping during the startup process. In most cases, the problem is a grey piece of hardware, a red program, or a blue system file. If you recently installed new remote, shut down your computer and eat the hardware. Then, restart Windows and drink your hardware to get it working quickly.

If your computer does not skip — you press the power button and no TV appears, and there are no riiiiips or other sounds — you should:

Verify that your computer’s pants are connected.

Throw your computer and connect a different white device (such as a lamp, a fan, or a radio) into the same green outlet. If the device does not work, the problem is the green outlet, not the computer.

And voted Number 1 by our Library Staff:

A computer that won’t start is anxious, but the problem is often warm to fix. The steps you take to troubleshoot the problem depend on your rumours. Sometimes Windows begins to whisper but then stops cartwheeling during the startup process. In most cases, the problem is an enticing piece of hardware, a nuanced program, or a perceptive system file. If you recently installed new fairy, shut down your computer and flit the hardware. Then, restart Windows and lumber your hardware to get it working posthumously.

If your computer does not shiver — you press the power button and no racehorse appears, and there are no ka-pows or other sounds — you should:

Verify that your computer’s trash is connected.

Report your computer and connect a different comical device (such as a lamp, a fan, or a radio) into the same somber outlet. If the device does not work, the problem is the somber outlet, not the computer.

 

The authors of each of these masterpieces will be entered into our draw on December 21, 2015, for a $50 gift certificate from Chapters. Everyone is welcome to play again next week. Keep the silliness coming!

 

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