Have you ever wondered why the Zeta Vector Principle is restricted knowledge? Let us consider its applications:
Determining the correct exchange rates for Property_Value_(Computer)_Units,
Constraining the semi-random path used by the Easter_Bunny_Device contain, capture, and/or cremate of traitors on the run,
- Correlating traitorous activities to determine the group or groups involved,
- Calculating the amount of time Commie Mutant Traitors should be kept alive, and
Adhering to various QwalitieStandards.
On other words, Zeta Vector Principle is an algorithm that determines what is necessary to stay in the Computer's good graces. Through careful use of this algorithm, it is possible for traitors to avoid detection by the Computer while still carrying out their agendas. The Computer is only a machine after all.
This is how I have been able to rise to my current position despite being a member of the League_of_Extraordinary_Dadaists. The final stage of our plan required that knowledge of my traitorous acitivites be wiped from my memory. Now, in the aftermath of the Toothpaste Disaster, our plans have come to fruition. Soon, the Computer's data banks will be flooded with contraband Toothpasty_Supplement_#5, and its fail-safe systems will be destroyed. There nothing that anyone can do to stop us! There will be dancing and Performance_Art in the streets! The Computer is Dead! Fruity drinks for all! Hah-hah-hah-hah! Hold on a sec. . . what's that noise?
*the sounds of blaster fire in the background*
Not to worry, we've got everything under control here. I've shut off the flow of Toothpasty_Supplement_#5, and there's no reason to panic. Seems those dadaists weren't as clever as they thought. Even with the Zeta Vector Principle, you can't fool Friend Computer.
Well, that should about it do it for the Toothpaste Disaster. I think we've got the whole crowd rounded up. I only regret that Kill-U-DED-4 won't be able to stand trial for his crimes. He deserved far worse than what he got.
Indeed - even with the Zeta Vector Principle, you can't fool Friend Computer. A bit of wisdom for everyone to remember.