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Re: Advisory: Design flaw in human communication
From: Michael Simpson <Michael.Simpson () inveresk com>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 09:13:02 +0100

the mark 2 model doesn't have any earlobes and the appendix is gone, 
leaving a residual dimple on the caecum.

it's the lack of earlobes that allows them to be easily identified...
all mark 1s should only mate with mark 2s to further the species.

mikie

full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com wrote on 22/10/2004 06:30:05:

Hi,

I would like to point out a design flaw in human communication. The bug 
is
shown rather clearly on this list lately but manifests itself in the
following ways:

 - Heated discussion which are completely irrelevant to the context of 
the
   environment.
 - Oneliners put in front of a long message in the vain hope it will 
stop
   the thread while it only copies it.

To the best of my knowledge this flaw was not present in the original Mk 
I
model human but was introduced to the Mk I model in a futile attempt to
improve the Mk I model.

Workaround:
 - Copy the behaviour of the only known Mk II model which had none of 
the
   flaws introduced into the Mk I model

Solution:
 - Rebuild of the Mk I series is planned but no rebuild date is yet 
given.

Disclaimer:
 - This flaw is not by design.
 - This flaw is but one of many known flaws to have been introduced to 
the
   Mk I model.

Hugo.


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      Don't meddle in the affairs of magicians,
      for they are subtle and quick to anger.

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