} Actually, no, "no" does *not* always mean "no".
} 1) Alternate Thursdays of every month, "no" means "save me".
} If you hear anyone saying "no" on an alternate Thursday, dial 911
} immediately if in an area that provides the 911 service; if not, dial
} the operator, or if the operator is unavailable or you do not have
} a phone, scream out "DOT-DOT-DOT DASH-DASH-DASH DOT-DOT-DOT" at the
} top of your lungs. When someone answers, yell "I've been told no!"
} and hang up or run away. They'll know where to reach you.
} 2) In Arizona, "no" means "I have fleas". Curiously enough, Arizona
} also has problems with Martin Luther King Day and Daylight Savings
} 3) Most of the time, however, when "no" does not mean "no", it means
} "not only no, but *hell no*, you imbecilic, drooling, sewage-smelling,
} nose-hair-growing, mannerless, desperate yard ape". Use your own
} judgement when this alternate meaning might apply.
} You owe the Oracle an explanation of whether "yes" really means "yes".