SYDNEY - NSW
Reports are emerging that local area worker, Bryan Grey, today used his personal hand-held magic wonder window to play Solitaire in a bid for entertainment on the bus ride home.
The commuter, who would rather move electronic cards from one pile to another than explore all of the collective knowledge of human history, was said to experience difficulty in locating the number 2 of spades among the digital 52 card deck.
“I thought I saw it once, but that may have been the 2 of clubs,” Mr Grey responded to journalists’ queries. “I can’t be certain, but I’m pretty sure.”
The man, with literally no better idea of how to use more personal computing power at the touch of human fingers than any person in existence prior to 2010 except to play an eighteenth century single-player card game, was said to be looking forward to finishing the triviality otherwise known as ‘patience’ in the near future.
“I hope they have the little animation at the end like the original Microsoft 1995 version,” Mr Grey confided to reporters. “That would be nice.”
At press time, there are reports that Mr Grey has taken to using his personal hand-held magic wonder window as some sort of modern candle to illuminate the keyhole of his door.