CEO's Speech (What Did He Say?)
It gives me great pleasure as CEO to address
This erudite conglomeration of nerdnicks today
And explain the functional coordinated application
Of this special relational database
Presented in a parallel multi-user format.
First off we have an extensive policy contingency
Leading to a synchronous aesthetical mainframe.
Using our preliminary integrated solution.
By relational least-squares risk analysis
And in a resource-limited configuration consideration
And our new
Distinguished monte-carlo selector
It only follows that the automated
Containment finite element
Cooperative digital network will work.
Without responsive incremental application
And top-of-the-line reciprocal quantification.
We then go into the balanced optional mode
And end up with a
Responsive environmental green program.
You all follow me so far? ——Good
Ahem, - I need a drink (of Old Jack) after saying all that.
To continue, friends and enemas:
Of course this is just
Preliminary exceptional optimization
Using resource-limited bottom line
The characteristic analytical histogram
Shows great permeability and
Making this an exceptional, pragmatic
Consumable, systematized application.
And totally dynamic state-of-the-art continuum with
Power-packed real-world enhancement
Leading to extensive trouble-free generation.
All in all a great geometric industry standard
And most probable comprehension protocol.
Any questions? — No?
Then thank you for your patience and understanding.
After giving this succinct, right-to-the-point speech
He sat down to thunderous applause.
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