Dear Dr. Laura:
I need some advice on what the moral thing to do is. I have been with SEMC for over a year now, and I have caught him cheating on me.
<Laura>: Well VP, what's going on?
I think he is having an online affair. He doesn't talk much to me anymore and every time I try to talk to him now, he keeps telling me that he needs some space. Yesterday, he said, "I think we need to see others." The problem is, I think he already has a replacement for me in mind. I mean no one says that without alternatives already planned. This is so distressing Dr. Laura, I ... I... just don't know what to do.
<Laura> VP, you said you were about 2 years old. It sounds like SEMC is trying to replace you. Well since it is S.A.D. day (Singles Awareness Day), I'll do you a favor. Now, you need to be strong for me VP and stand up to him. Every time he goes online to shop for a replacement, block that IP address and give him error messages. What I'll do is delay the release of the 8790, and claim that the Prescott is holding it up. I couldn't keep claiming the ATI card is the problem since Dell decided to release it without our permission.
Now happy Valentines Day VP, and remember, revenge is a dish best served by having owner waste all day troubleshooting non-existent Windows errors.