Robert G. Ferrell
At first I thought Ganeti clusters were some form of yummy confection, like peanut brittle, only gooier. Then it occurred to me that they might instead be an exotic stellar architecture discovered since I had my college astronomy courses in 1977. Or perhaps they were a neuroanatomical feature that wasn’t covered during my abortive attempt at medical school in the late ’80s, like the lateral geniculate nucleus, only gooier. I was discombobulated to discover that I was, as too often happens, mistaken. I didn’t really mind, though, as I had been combobulated since the last cold front came through and I was running out of muscle rub.