Used when speaking to someone of a higher rank within an organizational structure, this phrase is an effective means by which to point out that the person senior to you is incorrect with what they say, while avoiding conflict.
I'm sorry, Ian, I must misunderstand. How can you get DoS traffic to flow through the OSRs on it's way to the 7200?
by IP BB Ops August 20, 2003

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