Whoever writes the error messages for Microsoft Exchange is very droll. Today, as the program crashed, I received the following:
"Microsoft Echange has encountered an inconvenience and must exit."
An inconvenience? Well, maybe it was all my fault! Perhaps Exchange was busy chatting with Excel and Word over by the CPU cooler, and I disturbed it by asking it to send an e-mail. I should really be more considerate, and not bother Exchange when it's otherwise occupied.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb's extreme risk analytics Christmas party.
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