} <note: the Oracle is currently covering for Father Time, who is on>
} < vacation, this question has been sent to the Oracle's grad >
} < students. We find them now working on the issue. >
} Mr. Data: I find it intrigueing that someone would become emotionally
} distraght over the correct spelling of a word that merely
} references their being.
} Marvin: Its soooo depressing. I've spent several billion years
} parking cars and being referred to as "you", "hey, metalhead"
} This torture is too much for me. Look at me, brain the size of
} a planet, and I can't be called by my name. How am i supposed
} to help someone else?
} Eddie: Gee guys, why don't we have ourselves a quick romp and then
} see what we can come up with.
} Mr. Data: We seem to be digressing from the topic of discourse. To
} comment on possible courses of action, purposefully
} misspelling names may create undue hostility.
} Marvin: I have nothing useful to say, I never do. I would work on my
} thesis but my aching diodes are acting up.
} Eddie: Boy what a kidder that Marvin is, I'd almost believe that
} he'd gone and shut himself down. The solution is so simple,
} she should follow the big companies (Apple and Intel), and sue
} her coworkers for look and feel infringement. It clear to my
} that they were trying to make up someone that was just like
} her with one small detail changed so that they could have
} someone to do the same job for less.
} Mr. Data: Economics aren't relevant to this. It is an issue of human
} nature, why do people continue to do something that bothers
} someone even after they are told otherwise
} <CRASH BOOM>
} Oracle: You _STILL_ haven't agreed upon an answer? Here I am managing
} the space/time continuum for a few days and you boobs can't
} even answer a trivial question? Can't you remeber that we have
} a contract to answer 1,000 questions a second? *sigh* As usual
} I'll have to answer it.
} The problem with the extra H's is caused by your officemates being
} jealous at your name being so short, and easy to type. This irritates
} most humanoid life-forms, causing them to find a way to alter things to
} their advantage. By adding an extra 'H' at the end of your name, they
} have increased the length of your name, and made it more difficult to
} type, while maintaining the same pronunciation. Quite an ingenious
} solution. To this matter, many people have stopped using the name,
} Sara, and started using Sarah (with an 'H' appended).
} Misspelling their names, if done so humorously, such as changing "Bob"
} to "Boob", "Frank" to "Fink", and "Viki" to "Triki" may get the message
} across. However, DO NOT MISSPELL THE NAME OF YOUR BOSS. Boss creatures
} throughout the universe do not like, get, or understand any form of
} joke, or whatnot, and will try to interpret all such acts as a
} challenge to their bossliness.
} Theh oracleh suggestsh thath youh appendh theh letterh 'H'h toh allh
} thingsh sendh toh yourh coworkersh untilh theyh figureh outh whereh
} thereh shouldn'th beh anh 'H'h.
} You owe the Oracle a grad student.