“The main printer in Building C will be offline until further notice, so please use the other available printers," read the memo email that was just dispatched to employees.
What a bummer. I bet a big truck could solve this problem.
“Detour ahead. Please use other routes," read the sign on the road.
What a disappointment. I bet a huge oversized cement truck could solve this problem.
“The school wifi is down so find something to work on with pencil and paper while we contact the service provider," said the announcement over the loudspeaker.
What a bummer. I bet a Peterbilt 386 tractor could solve this problem.
“One of the phone chargers are missing in the house so you will need to share with each other for a few days," said a parent somewhere.
What a bummer. I bet a massive log carrier truck could solve this problem.
“The credit card chip isn’t working so you will need to use a different card to pay," said the grocery store clerk, who doesn’t know that I don’t get cashback or points on the other card.
What a bummer. I bet a big Mack truck could solve this problem.
“Your bank account is frozen due to a glitch in the computer servers, but we should have it fixed within three business days,” said the customer service representative on the phone.
What a bummer. I bet a ballast tractor could solve this problem.
“There is too much inequality in the world, the rich keep getting richer, and the poor struggle to make enough money just to survive,” said those who speak the truth.
There are not enough big trucks to solve this problem, but that doesn’t mean we are not going to try and help as many people as we can every single day of the year, forever and ever.