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I like Heinlein's word for all those layers..
A flapper, he writes, is someone whose job it is "to flap the mouth and ears of his master whenever, in the opinion of the servant, it is desirable for his master to speak or listen."

In reply to Re: Heroism, Specifications, and testing with the right mice. by Reverend Phil
in thread The Drama of Being a Developer I - Heroism, Specifications, and testing with the right mice. by cacharbe

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