You may be surprised to learn that, as of the posting of this blog entry, this website still has no official vacuum cleaner. Have plenty of companies sent signals about wanting one of their models to have that designation? Maybe. I wouldn’t know because I haven’t yet taken a course in how to read signals from vacuum cleaner manufacturers, who are notorious for using complicated signals that no one can interpret. Another possibility is that my lawyers have set up lots of bizarre hurdles for vacuum cleaner manufacturers to jump through before one of their models can become the official vacuum cleaner of this website, so they don’t even bother to send signals. For example, my lawyers are unwilling to enter agreements with any manufacturer that has the letter E in its name. Why? Because my lawyers are people with a bizarre need to erect outlandish hoops for vacuum cleaner manufacturers to jump through, just to see if they really are committed to being on our team. My lead counsel has pointed out that if, say, Hoover really wanted one of their top-of-the-line models to become our official vacuum cleaner, the firm could remove the E in Hoover and end up with“Hoovr,” which is sounds exactly the same, so what’s the big deal? Meanwhile, I have noted that if you take the two E’s out of “Meile” you get “Mil”. And my lawyers are like, so what?