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Re: More on Vector Models - Chicken and Duck talk

chicken and duck
On Tue, 3 May 2005 5:23 am, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> So one should be suspicious of so-called pipelined solutions (the devil
> is in the processes being piped) and people doing that sort of work are
> where one might want to hunt for skullduggery, malfeasance, conspiracies,
> and so on.  People pipelining black box web processes are probably
> criminals.

Why do you think that ?

> And they don't have to understand each other.  Eggs with roast duck in a
> nice
> sauce makes the farmer happy.  The farmer only has to worry if customer
> wants roast
> chicken with duck eggs instead of roast duck with chicken eggs and he has
> to ask the duck and chicken what they prefer first.  The pig is sanguine
> about that.

You are salivating.. aren't you..

maybe if everybody on the list kicked in $1 we could buy you a peking
duck and your tummy grumbles would go away...


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