Re: Software's evil



On Mar 28, 2:34 pm, larwe wrote:
The military variant, Nimrod, is still in use and is expected to be

There's a big difference between "Get in that plane, soldier" and
"Travel the fast and easy way - individual landings - dropped directly
on your destination or points of interest in between - no return fare
necessary".

My point was that insurance doesn't mitigate doing something truly
asinine in this risk calculation malarkey (like the Ford Pinto
business) which could make your products totally unsaleable.

You read too much into my post!

My point was to point out that the Comet (or a variant of) is still
flying.

No more point to my post than that :-)

Paul
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