Double grrrr… nay TRIPLE grrrr

Another days of tech frustrations.

Please say a prayer for my patience to endure and my wit to find solutions… and whatever Titivillus may be exorcised from my equipment.

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  1. Patikins says:


  2. Matthew in Vancouver says:

    St. Anthony, please help Fr. Z find and correct the things that are causing him troubles.

    Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

  3. Agnes says:

    Fr. Altier always recommended Holy Water, but I’d be afraid of shock hazards. Maybe blessed salt, just a pinch?

    For thee, try the Serenity Prayer? I will certainly pray. We’re all too addicted to this blog to see it go down for long!

  4. Girgadis says:

    Oh my, how I can relate to your problems and I’m not nearly as tech savvy
    as you are Father. I’m constantly asking myself how it is that I can accept
    and handle really bad news – life and death stuff – but let the modem or
    the router act up, and the rest of the family is running for cover. You have
    my prayers. In the meantime, look at this as really strenuous exercise for
    your patience.

  5. drwob says:

    Fr., surely some enterprising “Zed-head” has the tech-savvy to come to your aid. As one who all too often tries to beat a problem into submission on my own, I can sympathize. But at times you just have to bring in an expert.

  6. dubb says:

    Fr. Z., I learn something most everytime I visit your site. It occurs to me that your understanding of this demon is greater than you let on. Perhaps, to give we lay people some perspective, what prayer did copiers of manuscripts say to keep this disciple of Satan away, thus denying him of the booty of misspelled words and such, which he was required to return daily to the devil? Then we could say the proper prayer. If not, “Get behind thee, Satan” should suffice.

  7. patrick_f says:

    There should be a patron saint for technology woes. In my line of work I would count on his intercession constantly. Oh well maybe in like 100 years

    It will all work out. You always have the great equalizer, Stanley.

  8. PomeroyJohn says:

    There is a patron saint for computing. It’s St Isidore (560-636). He was, to quote ‘s biography, an “indefatigable compiler of all existing knowledge”. He was a spaniard.

    John from Pomeroy on the Palouse

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