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Worldwide Product Recall

GWP instruments RECALLED due to manufacturing defects

Organization: School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon

From: dst@cs.cmu.edu (Dave Touretzky)

Date: 13 Nov 2004 21:35:13 -0500

On Saturday, November 13, 2004, I was contacted by the original designers of the "healing instruments" that are manufactured and sold by the Gentle Wind Project of Kittery, Maine. The designers wish to make known their concerns about manufacturing defects in the instruments which could produce unhealthy effects in their users, leading to potentially serious consequences. They suggest that the instruments not be used further until proper operation can be verified by suitably trained service technicians.

Negative consequences from defective instruments can vary, but one common syndrome includes a marked increase in gullibility, rendering the user vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Some users have suffered serious financial losses as a result.

The designers of the healing instruments got in touch with me because they were unable to contact the manufacturer directly. For some reason, John Miller, supreme leader of the Gentle Wind Project, is not responding to their urgent messages.

As those of you who have visited the Gentle Wind Project web site or attended a GWP presentation are aware, the instrument designers are benevolent space aliens from another dimension, whose technology is incomprehensible to mere humans. They communicated with me telepathically, as they have done with John Miller. To be sure their communication was received, they also spelled out a simple message in my bowl of alphabet soup.

Don't let yourself become a victim of "GWP gullibility syndrome". Act now. Instruments should be wrapped in tinfoil and put aside (keep out of reach of children) until a service technician has examined them and certified their proper operation. Alternatively, they may be safely disposed of in the trash, again after wrapping them in tinfoil.

-- Dave Touretzky: "That's why 'gullible' doesn't appear in the dictionary."

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Gentle-Wind


For more information on the Gentle Wind Project
see the main GWP listing or the Gentle Wind Project Closeup

 
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