Space Company Makes Suicide Pact By Neglecting Single Point Of Failure

AMSTERDAM — Suicide pacts are a form of mass suicide that are sometimes planned or carried out by small groups of depressed or hopeless people. Along these lines, and according to sources related to the matter, a space startup has entered a collective agreement of potential self-extinction by purposely ignoring a vivid, bright, glowing single point of failure in the design, despite intense marketing efforts to make the work appear as ‘highly reliable’. “If this little thing gives up, that’s it, we all go down” stated a software engineer who spoke under the condition of anonymity. Said engineer added that “we all choose to look away, and that’s fine, but calling this ‘highly reliable’ is laughable”.