} "Suggesting" an "immediate implementation", eh? And without any
} definition of the commands fuctions? Well, how about I outline
} what they should do, and then you go code them up? Running code
} is ever so much more persuasive to programmers.
} The user is seized (with reasonable force), stripped of
} all clothing, and laid out in the sun. The user will be
} released after the first of these conditions is met:
} 1) Body temperature goes up two degrees fahrenheit
} (typically due to tropical conditions)
} 2) Skin color gets two shades darker, or one shade
} redder (normal basking)
} 3) The user is exposed to four consecutive hours of
} sunlight without meeting the conditions of 1 or 2
} (this might happen in the polar regions where the
} sunlight is weaker)
} The user is assigned a minimum of one hour busy work.
} Each additional use of the command within a one week
} period can double the amount of busy work, up to a
} maximum of thirty-two hours.
} The user is liquified, distilled, and the evaporate
} condensed and stored in eight ounce capacity pocket
} flasks (as many as needed).
} Similar to flaskme, but the storage is in casks of
} one barrel (fourty-two gallon) capacity (as many as
} A lovely maiden is summoned to the user's location. The
} maiden provides a reclining chair for the user, applies
} a soothing mud face mask, and waits hand and foot upon
} the user for the duration of the mask setting period
} (not to be less than one hour). The maid then strips
} and uses her clothes to wipe the mask off.
} You owe the Oracle an early implementation of the maskme command.