If you donate blood to the Red Cross are amounts over two dollars tax deductible?
I rang Layne to see if she had made any progress on the mystery task. Layne wasn't in but Dame Judy Dench told me it was being included and thanked me for bringing it to their attention. Then she asked for details of the mystery task. The information I had on the mystery task was Li Yung wanted it to happen and, by reckless inference, I believed such a task existed. I could not provide the information required.
Danger Mouse asked me to do something for him while he was away. All I had to do was wait for a resource to become available and then request a set of tasks to be executed in a certain order. Unfortunately the resource did not become available. On enquiry I discovered part of the resource was available and the available part was sufficient for the tasks to be executed. Unfortunately upon requesting the first task to be executed I was told no such task existed. On enquiry I discovered none of the tasks had been created. (Just as well the resource wasn't available.) The tasks were now urgent and required an urgent work request. The urgent work request asked for details of the urgent work. The information I had on the urgent work was Danger Mouse wanted it to happen and, by cautious inference, although such work did not exist I believed it could be created. I could not provide the information required.
It would be Kermit's job to make this thing happen, if only I knew what this thing was, so I hoped he was the proud owner of a clue. Fortunately he was and kindly sent me a useful document alleged to contain the information I needed to complete the urgent work request. Amongst the battery of questions the urgent work request asked for a 'release date' and a 'run date' which were different dates. The useful document provided a 'software installation date' and a 'run date' which were the same date. My fellow basket weavers provided the final piece of the puzzle: the 'release date' and the 'software installation date' were two names for the same thing. I sent the urgent work request to Kermit.
Meanwhile Green Lantern had created the tasks and executed them using another resource.
Kermit created the urgent work and called me to ask what was supposed to happen between the urgent tasks to differentiate them from being one task. The information I had on the urgent tasks was Danger Mouse wanted them to happen and, in fact, I believed such tasks existed. I could not provide the information required. I ignored it and the problem went away. It's not supposed to work that way.
There was a task which nobody was taking responsibility for. I was given the responsibility to determine who was responsible for the task nobody was taking responsibility for. I was directed to do this by asking everybody which tasks they were responsible for. Remarkably, nobody claimed responsibility for the task nobody was taking responsibility for.