Shit Wasn’t That Real

We received a letter from our ISP and a company representing the movie industry stating that someone had downloaded the movie Megamind. So after getting the letter it took me 2 days to find out who did it. I reported my findings to the “higher-ups” and they said they’ll deal with it.

During the investigation when I found the suspected laptop I needed to see if the machine name, IP address, and MAC address matched to seal the deal. The laptop was just sitting alone in a cubicle so I tried to stealth mission it. ¬†At first everything went fine, the name matched, the IP address matched, and while finding the MAC address that’s when things took a turn. I don’t really know how to maneuver around Windows 7 and found myself opening a lot of windows that led me to nowhere. When I was finally found the MAC address I heard a voice behind me say “Can I help you?”.

I answered back “If these numbers and letters match then I have some bad news”. They did and I let him know what I was doing. He was shaken up a bit (In my mind I was thinking how are you going to get fired over Megamind?! At least get fired cause you were looking at porn!). I left the room and informed my boss the identity of the illegal downloader.

The guy received a warning and I told him he’s not allowed to bring in a laptop and that nobody else can either from now on.

3 Replies to “Shit Wasn’t That Real”

  1. …well it’s the Big Show. Yes it’s a big bad show tonight, y’all. Yeah! It’s the Big Show. Come on crank it up and turn on the lights, y’all. Well get ready for something that you’ll never know. You won’t see it coming, but I promise you’ll know. The Big Show.

    I never liked that theme.

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