You come across an interesting object at an estate sale. It resembles a “genie lamp.” You turn it over in your hands, try to pull off the lid–no, you can’t budge it–and laugh to yourself as you look around to see if anyone notices you. There are a lot of people at the sale. You contemplate setting it down but you imagine sitting in your home and the tales you could tell.
You take the lamp to find out how much it costs. It’s not the prettiest looking thing and you haggle it down to $2.75.
Pleased, you take it home. You decide the perfect place to display it and as you move to sit it down you feel the lamp shake.
Curious, and chidding yourself for being silly, you rub your hand along the side of the lamp.
POOF! An actual genie appears!
Now what do you do with a genie?