Reading "The C# Player's Guide" I have found one of the greatest mysteries I've read in my career flipping documents and technical journals. In Part 4, called Advanced Topics, particularly Chapter 37 (Threads), errors caused by poor design in managing threads are compared to "on Tuesdays where you ate taco for lunch and the moon is waxing.". I attached a picture with this underlined text.
Please, can you kindly explain me this comparison? Congratulations by imagination, and please let me know if there is any problem in eating Mexican food in some other moon phase.
Thanks in advance,