- Do people know how to repair a tidy pocket watch because they can see the time on a clock, considering a pocket watch was invented by Peter Henlein in 1524?
- Are people experts at train maintenance after once catching the 15:24 from Paddington to Reading West, following the invention of the steam locomotive by Richard Trevithick in 1804?
- If someone drives a car, does this make them a premier mechanic following the invention of the gasoline engined car by Daimler in 1886?
- Do you know how to repair your TV in your house, purely because you have Logie-Baird's invention from 1926?
- If I asked you to repair my hard drive, because you have one in your computer, would you be able to, following the invention of the hard drive by IBM in 1955?
So why do people insist that "he works with computers, he can fix mine for me." It's just as bad as getting someone to repair your priceless pocket watch, an intercity train, your car, TV or hard drive.
Well, would you? No. Exactly.