Dr. Lord Bookstooge VERSUS The No-Internet


The Fallen Angel known as No-Internet waged war against Dr. Lord Bookstooge and his family of electronics. The phones, the tablets, the computers and even the bluray player, all fell prey, helpless, to the evil incarnate No-Internet.  Having destroyed the bastion of the router, no tech was safe.  Dr Lord Bookstooge valiantly fought a rearguard action, trying trick after trick to allow the Internet to Flow once more in Booklandia. Only with the One Power of the Internet could the Fallen Angel be banished back to the its hellish domain on No Connectivity.

Having tasted defeat, Dr Lord Bookstooge realized it was time to call on a Higher Power, a Power so mighty, so vast, that even he, in his near omnipotent state of existence, quailed to approach lightly. Yes, it was time to call the dreaded Tech Support.  With advice from Saint Justinius, Dr. Lord Bookstooge vanquished No-Internet with one arcane word of power, a secret word passed down to Dr. Lord Bookstooge that was to be his alone.

And all was well in the Land of Booklandia, as the One Power of the Internet flowed unimpeded, bringing love, peace and joy to all.

Happy Sabbath to you all.


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29 thoughts on “Dr. Lord Bookstooge VERSUS The No-Internet

  1. Lool, that was cool 😀 Hahaha

    I’m glad it’s working again!! Just don’t let the One Power consume you 😀

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    • Bookstooge says:

      Bwahahhahaaha, I am MASTER of the One Power. With my Arcane Word of Power, all shall bow before me!
      errrr… I mean….
      Yes, you are completely correct. I will be the most humble Dr. Lord Bookstooge anyone has ever seen 😉

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  2. YouKneeK says:

    Woo hoo, Dr Lord Bookstooge triumphs again! 😉 I’m glad Saint Justinius came through for you!

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  3. Very entertaining.

    Also brings out how well tech geekery melds with sci-fi and fantasy geekery.

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  4. All hail your return! 😀

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  5. A battle fought well! Welcome back. 🙂

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  6. Hurrah for the combined forces of Dr Lord Bookstooge and Tech Support! They shall not be defeated in this world!!!

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  7. Let’s hear it for Dr. Lord Bookstooge and Saint Justinius! Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray!

    Glad to have you back, Doctor! 😃

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  8. Cleo Ross says:

    And you’re back with a bang!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. savageddt says:

    Was it me i would be praising the omnisiah and have called on a tech priest… I am really glad you are back online mate. Great post, i am still smiling🙂

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  10. James Laubacker says:

    I wondered why Lord Bookstooge had gone so quiet.

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  11. He’s back!!!! He’s back!!! Good always triumphs over evil!!!! 😀
    Welcome back to the Land of the Connected, Bookstoge! 👍

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  12. Thank G–the Tech Support for the return of Bookstooge!!!! 😀

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  13. […] month is looking like a cake walk already. Thankfully, by donning my super secret hero identity of Dr. Lord Bookstooge, with the help of the Greater Power of IT, I was able to get back online before the end of the […]


  14. hahahaha this is amazing!

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    • Bookstooge says:

      Glad you enjoyed it. It was fun to write.

      Off subject here…. so I get home from church and I come on to wordpress and my notification bar has exploded! Thanks for the traffic today 😀 😀 😀


  15. […] Thank goodness that my power as Dr. Lord Bookstooge allows me to copy/paste effortlessly now that No-Internet has been […]


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