Once upon a time there was a kid who got a new keyboard for his computer and decided to try and see how his computer would react. He connected the keyboard to the USB input on his computer, and started typing, “plz see this keebord”.
The computer’s response was, “Please use correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.”
“Okay, fine, but please see this keyboard,” the kid replied.
The computer said, “I can’t see anything, unless you hook up a camera. I can detect stuff, but not see things.”
Then the kid said, “Please detect this keyboard.”
The computer showed a “Detecting” screen, then a “Protecting” screen, then a “Dissecting” screen, until it finally showed the message, “What is a keyboard?”
The kid replied, “You know correct grammar and spelling, you know that you can’t see stuff but detect stuff, but you don’t know what a keyboard is?”
“Sure thing. Is that a bad thing? Personally, I don’t want to know what a keyboard is.”
“A keyboard is a plane of butto—”
“I told you, ‘I don’t want to know what a keyboard is.’ Please refrain from typing about keyboards from now on.”