Flashback to the late 1990s, when this pilot fish has landed a job supporting PCs and a Novell network for a manufacturer that has engineers onsite.
"Most of the workstations had switched to Windows 95, which was the company standard at the time," says fish.
"One day my supervisor gave me a ticket to go install a new laser printer in the office of an engineer. I had rarely interacted with him and had never stepped foot inside of his office, though I knew he was well respected among his peers as being incredibly knowledgeable."
Fish knocks on the office door and says, "Fred, I have your new laser printer." The door flies open and the engineer says, "Come in! Come in! Lets see where we can put it!"