posted on Oct, 27 2014 @ 08:06 PM
I tend to have the opposite "problem". Not much of a problem for me when I'm minding my own business, but it's a pain when other people expect me
to "fix" stuff for them. I'll be messing around on a computer or some other electronic thing that's "no good" and get it working. Then they'll
ask me what I did. And it's more perplexing because it works ok for me, but I have no idea what they did to mess something up.
Of course there are some things I can't fix, if it's a total hardware failure I'm not going to be able to bring it back. But in terms of
intermittent problems, I seem to always get the uptime half.
Then again, I also have this weird belief that things you use as an extension of yourself can hold some of that energy you put into them. (I've
dubbed it "machine karma", but perhaps there's some other name for it.) It's why inanimate things like cars can get a "personality" after a