Cam: Well, it’s time to write a post! Let’s see, what’ll we do… Aqua Post? Random Post?
[Cam types dramatically (or violently, for some of his Scholar friends) on the keyboard]
Cam: Ah, the blog! What wonderful people we have on here. My computer and I make a good team.
Mac Computer: Beep!
Cam: Yes, we’ve known each other a long time. You’re 7 years old, right?
Cam: Whoa you’re old in computer years. Uh, no offense.
[More dramatic typing]
Cam: Mac! You all right?
Mac: ACTIVATING EVIL GLITCH MODE!
Mac [Non-Evil]: Cam, run! My old age is getting to me! My video card—
Mac [Evil]: MUAHAHAHA! You shall be cut off from your blog forever! I am Evil Mac! And NO, I am not a fast-food dish!
Cam: What’s going on? Mac?
Mac [Evil]: The Mac you knew is gone! His old age gave way, and his system is overrode and corroded!
[Cam tries a hard reboot. It works, until halfway during the startup screen, pixels flash all over.]
Mac [Evil]: Muahaha! You shall never be able to enter your computer for more than five minutes! Every time you enter, the computer fan shall run like crazy and I shall end your blog!!
Cam: I, um, have an iPod.
Mac [Still Evil, Unfortunately]: Bah! You can’t post and manipulate pictures there like on a computer!
Cam: No! Would you, uh, get better if I asked? Nicely?
Mac [Evil]: NEV—
Cam: With a please?
Mac [Evil]: NO—
[Cam shuts down Mac.]
[Enter Cam, carrying Mac]
Cam: Hey, blog post readers. This story is unfortunately based on real events. My computer has unfortunately collapsed into madness. The old guy now displays flashing pixels after a couple minutes online. My Dad and I have tried some system reboots, but it unfortunately prevails more than ever.
So, I’d like to apologize for lack of posts. There was no real reason to the Mac dying except for the fact that it’s old. Writing posts is much harder for me without a keyboard. This entire play was actually typed on an iPad.
I’m working on it. Luckily, I still have my iPod! I’ll try to stay up to pace and do what I can.
Thanks for tuning in!