[original by Dave Smith, email@example.com] So in a surprise move, Ralston Purina develops a new X protocol, immediately dubbed Chex X by the computer industry (referring to the popular brands of breakfast cereals, such as Corn Chex, Rice Chex, and Wheat Chex, that Ralston Purina produces). Over in Britain, Chex X catches on and the wife of the Exchequer, who works for a software development company, is given the task to test the Chex X beta. Unfortunately, the Exchequer's wife, a former Czechoslovakian, can't get used to living with the Exchequer and his shady past, and she promptly divorces him and quits her job to raise sheep. The natural question arose during a recent board meeting of the software company: How much Chex X can the ex-Czech checkered Exchequer's ex check if the ex-Czech checkered Exchequer's ex could check Chex X? to which the reply was heard: She would check what Chex X the ex-Czech checkered Exchequer's ex could check if the ex-Czech checkered Exchequer's ex could check Chex X.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)