"While I was first getting into music, I had a day job studying sea monsters in Scotland. That's what inspired 'Synchronicity 2,' you know. We found a sea monster, alright, but we were surprised to find that it was a giant robot! So, we studied it, and actually managed to get a copy of the software platform the giant sea monster used. I kept it after my music career took off, and now it looks like I need it. The thing's gone haywire. The media is covering it up, but there's some kind of software glitch, and if it doesn't get solved, we're all in trouble."
"What are you going to do?" I asked.
Well, it was just about then that Sting got this misty, haunting look in his eyes and told me he was going to release the information into the public domain in hopes that someone could find a fix.
"I'll send a Ness OS to the world," he said.