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That's pretty silly - what else would a sensible human being want to do with it?
On a kibbutz (a very long time ago) there was a Canadian volunteer who asked me how to say 'cucumber'. Beside the likelihood he'd never believe me if I gave him the real answer I had a golden opportunity for mischief. That evening he asked the waitress for it using the term I gave him in firm clear voice: "Ten li zubo yarak".
The look on her face as she shouted "Mah?"; the mayhem that followed; the roars of laughter - it was worth losing his trust in such matters!
Not knowing Hebrew, I assume this is similar to the Monty Python sketch in which an English-Hungarian dictionary translated the phrase "May I buy some cigarettes?" to "May I fondle your buttocks?" in Hungarian.
The predecessor to the Internet, ARPANET carried the first message between two computers.
On the second try, admittedly - the first attempt to login crashed after the "L" and the "O" and it took an hour or so to fix the bug.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
In the early 1990s, when I was teaching computer networks at a tech college, one problem in the final exam was to compare a 9600 bps modem line to my St.Bernhard "Bass", trained to run arbitrary distances at a speed of 15 km/h, carrying (rather than a keg of whiskey) under his chin a box of ten 1,44 Mbyte floppies. (Sure, the idea came from A. Tanenbaum: Computer Networks; I just had to brush up the speeds and capacities a little bit.)
One of the students made some remarks about noise along the line, in the form of bitches in heat along the route. Another one commented that the data was physically protected against theft ...