In the beginning was the plan.
And then came the assumptions.
And the assumptions were without form.
And the plan was without substance.
And darkness was upon the face of the cops.
And they spoke among themselves saying,
“It is a crock of shit and it stinketh.”
And the cops went unto their Sergeants and said,
“It is a pale of dung and none may abide the odor thereof.”
And the Sergeants went unto their Inspectors and said,
“It is a container of excrement and it is very strong, such that none may abide by it.”
And the Inspectors went unto their Chief Inspectors, saying,
“It is a vessel of fertilizer, and none may abide its strength.”
And the Chief Inspectors spoke among themselves, saying to one another,
“It contains that which aids plant growth and it is very strong.”
And the Chief Inspectors went unto the Superintendents, saying unto them,
“It promotes growth and is very powerful.”
And the Superintendents went unto the Chief Constable, saying unto him,
“The new plan will promote the growth and vigor of the company, with powerful effects.”
And the Chief Constable looked upon the plan and saw that it was good.
And the plan became policy.
This is how shit happens.
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