FED: Ah, Mark. Good. Let’s get started with your briefing.
MARK: Where is everyone?
FED: Oh, there’s nobody else here. The project briefing has been individually tailored for each participant.
MARK: OK. So what am I doing?
FED: You will be responsible for intercepting laptops purchased by customers of major computer manufacturers, installing our monitoring software, then making sure the modified product gets delivered without the customer ever being aware of the interruption.
MARK: … what?
FED: You sound surprised.
MARK: it’s an odd area of responsibility for a technical writer.
FED: Technical writer? A technical writer would never be brought in to intercept and compromise a target’s hardware.
MARK: Looks like your individually tailored briefings got mixed up.
FED: Please forget everything I just told you and wait a moment while I find your actual job description.
MARK: When you find it, please add “fix the tailored briefings” to the top of the list.