So, recently, two unnamed persons took a little jaunt from their Midwestern home base out to Washington to visit a third unnamed person who is doing an internship for Microsoft.
While visiting, of course, the two unnamed persons toured whatever it is you can tour out at the Microsoft headquarters and, while there, got to play with some Microsoft gadgets. There were notebook computers running various software, and visitors were allowed to fiddle with it all to their heart’s content. Or, so I’ve been told. I’ve never been there.
Unnamed person number two noticed that unnamed person one had spent quite some time with one particular notebook and went to see what was going on. It turns out that one of the nifty-swifties on aforementioned notebooks was handwriting analysis software.
“So, whatcha doing?” unnamed person number two allegedly inquired of unnamed person number one.
“I’m fiddling around with the handwriting analysis software,” said unnamed person number one.
“And what is it telling you?” wondered unnamed person number two.
“That I learn things slowly, and through repetition,” replied unnamed person number one with, I can only suppose, a certain degree of disbelief.
“So,” asked unnamed person number two, “how many times have you tried it now.”
And George, if you’re out there, Tewt the Newt heard there is a really nice picnic area in Cooterville.