Very well explained, Templo
Many years ago, my roommate worked as an IT service tech for office computers.
Almost invariably the service calls were because someone in the office attempted to write their own programs.
He got so fed up with wasting his time in the field with non-paying (under contract) service calls that “the system is frozen” that he booby trapped the computers, so that if anyone tried to change the software it would give the message code “FCTKI ERROR” (which stands for Faulty Chair to Keyboard Interface Error)
So are bagpipes
Not Tarzan related, but just remember the advice of Ben Franklin: “Three removes is as bad as a fire”
Or there will be a whirlpool in the river that pulls Korak and company down into Pellicudar
It took several hours of searching, but I found my grandfather’s favorite Yom Kippur joke:
A Jewish man and a Chinese man were conversing. The Jewish man commented on what a wise people the Chinese are. “Yes, our culture is over 4,000 years old. But you Jews are a very wise people, too.” The Jewish man replied, “Yes, our culture is over 5,000 years old.” The Chinese man couldn’t believe it. “That’s impossible,” he replied. “Where did your people eat for a thousand years?”
9-1-1 of course. But it only works in Tracy Town.
This joke, is in a the copy of “the Treasury of Jewish Folklore” compiled by Nathan Ausubel. First published in 1948 (although my personal copy dates from my Bar Mitzvah in 1968).
My kids gave me an android “smart watch” last year for my birthday. my running joke has been; “That it can do everything except call Dick Tracy.” Then Google destroyed the gag, the newest software update allows my watch to dial the phone.
I thought that was the CBS logo