Copyright © 2011 by Christopher Blankley
Jack understood machines, though he knew very little about them. It was more that Jack could see how machines worked – how the parts inside interacted – than that he had any serious understanding of their functioning. Jack could fix anything. Jack did fix most anything: computers, cars, televisions, lawn mowers. If it was broken, Jack could fix it. He could figure out what was wrong – why a machine had stopped working – and put it right.