Eric Pennington corrected an issue with a public access computer at the Banned Library earlier today. While left on his own while his mother flirted with a man in the fiction section, Pennington, 6, sorted out the printing server the library’s network has been having for the last month.
For the last month, the library has been experiencing issues with printing from multiple machines at the same time. The problem was exacerbated by an event yesterday where a man attempted to print out the whole of the Internet. Other patrons were incovienenced as the server became overloaded by thousands of print jobs being sent at the same time.
"I like trains," Pennington said, "My momma said I wasn't not supposed to touch my- yeah. The main problem was the server was overloaded wif traffic. I opened the que to allow for more jobs to be accessed at once rader dan one at a time. Den I deleted da pwesent traffic in the que. Do you like sharks? I like sharks. And turtles."
Pennington started his computer expertise by helping his father program the new Apple TV. After moving from Apple products, he mastered Windows and Linux networking. Pennington's mother, Jane, does not understand where her son learned such skill.
"I don't know where he started loking at them compters. I mean, I'm always on the best sites like the Facebook and KOVenus looking for Eric's new daddy. Hey, you're kinda cute, have I seen you around the library much? Can you show me how to upload all these bikini photos to my MilitaryDate profile?"
Eric Pennington hopes to be Captain America when he grows up.
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