April 27, 2005

More Sensitive Terms

Writing about web page http://it.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=147406&cid=12354436

"Train wreck" could be "rail transport guidance mishap (RTGM)"
 
"Plane crash" could be "aeronautic ground avoidance exception (AGAE)"
 
"Tsunami" could be "exceptional aquatic waveform event (EAWE)"
 
"Earthquake" could be "sudden geological tension release event (SGTRE)"
 
"Flood" could be "unexpected hydrological intrusion (UHI)"
 
"Fire" could be "unwanted thermological surge cause by excessively rapid oxdidation of ambient combustibles (UTSCBEROOAC or UTSCEROAC)"
 
"Atomic attack" coule be "aggressive chain reaction event unfortunately proximate to valuable life or property (ACREUPTVLOP or ACREUPVLP)"
 
"Heart attack" could be "biogenic oxidant supply chain problem resulting in catastrophic system pump failure (BOSCPRICSPF)"
 
"Vomit" could be "retrograde migration of partially processed biological fuel mixture (RMOPPBFM or RMPPBFM)"

Dave-Miller.com - 27th


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  1. 'Plane crash' made me laugh :)

    27 Apr 2005, 11:26


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