Apple Genius: Hi, welcome to the Genius Bar. What can I help you with today?
Scooter Guy: Uh, yeah, my MacBook isn’t working.
Genius: Ok, well let’s just have a look here, and I’ll tr—oh, wow. Um, sir? This computer is completely waterlogged.
Scooter: Well, yeah, I was using it in my pool.
Genius: You dropped the laptop in your pool?
Scooter: No, I didn’t drop it. I was using it. In my pool.
Genius: I see. Well, uh, that’s why it isn’t working, sir. It’s water damaged.
Scooter: So? The ad said I could use it anywhere.
Genius: Which ad?
Scooter: The ad for SkyDrive. It said “Store, share and access your files from anywhere.” Isn’t a swimming pool “anywhere”?
Genius: Technically, yes, but I’m not really sure that was one of the intended locations.
Scooter: Anywhere means anywhere, dude. If they didn’t mean it, they would have said “access your files from anywhere, except swimming pools.” But they didn’t. They just said anywhere.
Genius: Right, I see your point, but I just don’t think…I mean…look, you’re not really supposed to submerge these sorts of thing in water. It damages them.
Scooter: I ride my scooter in the pool all the time, and that’s never been damaged.
Genius: You ride your scooter in a swimming pool?
Scooter: Well, duh, where else would I ride it?
Genius: The sidewalk, maybe?
Scooter: Sidewalk? Please. What do I look like to you? Shel Silverstein?
Genius: I–I don’t know what that means.
Scooter: Whatever, can you just fix my computer?
Genius: You know what? I have a break coming up, so I’m just gonna pass you off to Steve, here, and let him help you out.
Steve: Why is this MacBook wet?