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One is reminded of the joke about the lost pilot:

Helicopter is flying around in Washington during stormy weather and a lightning strike blows out all his radios and navigation instruments. The pilot sees an office building and hovers near it. He makes a sign "WHERE AM I?" and holds it up to where the people in the building can see it. There's activity in the building, then the office workers hold up a sign for him, "YOU'RE IN A HELICOPTER."

The pilot nods and waves, looks at his map, then turns to a new heading and proceeds directly to the airport and lands. His passengers are amazed and ask him how he did it, to which he replies: "They gave me a technically correct but completely useless answer, so I knew that was the Microsoft headquarters."

The cake is a lie.
The cake is a lie.
The cake is a lie.

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