Then the lead partner in the practice asked me to create a second email account that they would use for business orders. OK, that's not too unreasonable, though I had to reprioritize some other tasks to schedule it in.
When I finally finished, it was around 10 am on a Wednesday. I asked the receptionist to go to the other end of the building so we could reboot the entire network at the same time. The lead partner happened to overhear me and asked what I was doing.
Me: Rebooting the network.
Me: To finalize the settings on that new Yahoo email address.
LP: Why do you have to reboot?
Me: Uhh...because we changed settings.
LP: But aren't those settings on the Internet?
Me: Any time the network changes the server has to be rebooted.
LP: But the network didn't change.
Me: We just added an email address.
LP: OK, fine. Could you at least reboot it when we aren't so busy?
Why must these fucktards constantly be second-guessing me?
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