In which ambiguity is a delight

31 July 2010 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in diary | 5 Comments »

Closing in on its three-thousandth signature, the “Justice for Bradley Manning” petition gets a signature today which, for some reasons, generated an admin email.

Could be because the signatory was attempting to spam something into the petition, I’m not sure yet.

But the domain name used is a treat:

So, is that “virtual good sex change” or “virtual goods exchange”? Inquiring minds wanna know!

  1. 5 Responses to “In which ambiguity is a delight”

  2. By Bob Kaercher on 2 August 2010

    Get your mind out of the gutter!

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 2 August 2010

    @Bob: 🙂

  4. By John on 3 August 2010

    I have to be honest: I first read it as “virtual good sex change”!

  5. By Anna O Morgenstern on 5 August 2010

    I am all for virtual good sex changes.

  6. By B.R. Merrick on 6 August 2010

    I work in data management for medical research. For one project involving the gastrointestinal system, I had to enter the doctors’ personal contact info. They had cute, clever, sometimes disgusting e-mails like “” and so on. I got a little tired of it. I almost flew off the handle when I had to enter “”. I figured it was a cutesy way of spelling “fart” with the pharmaceutical “ph” in front.

    Turns out the doctor’s name was P. Hartwell.

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