In an orchestrated attempt to 'save the world', a group of Internet do-gooders, called Debugglers, have joined forces to help the minions of techno-novices fix their mungled computers.
“This problem is not going away,” said Mark Anderson, Chief Debuggler. “We are seeing a half million people per month searching Google™ and Yahoo!® on the keywords ‘Computer repair’."
To solve the problem, a website called Debuggler.com was setup to introduce techno-disadvantaged with techno-ninjas.
Debugglers, as they are called, are known for their fearless demeanor, nerves of steel, cat-like fingers, pronounced slouch, rounded shoulders, bad vision, and spastic colons. Debugglers are also crazy smart and make up for any shortcomings through brilliant work. A black belt Debuggler (the highest rank) has more energy than a caffeinated cheerleader, can dropkick a laptop 20 yards then bring it back from extinction.
The website Debuggler.com exists for those techno-primates among us (it’s not all their fault). “It’s now possible to just visit the Debuggler web site to have your computer fixed,” said Anderson. “We don’t make house calls. (We have no social skills - think Borat). Instead we use a customer’s broadband connection to debuggle a computer.”
“The cause is altruistic - to rid the world of bugs - but not free,” said Anderson. “People pay only what is fair, and only if they are happy with the fix. We use the honor system. It’s the neighborly way and Debuggler way of doing business.”
“We recently did a soft launch of the service and had so many hits, our servers nearly fell out of their rack,” said Anderson. “I see cubic money in the near future,” he remarked.