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"...a few centuries of coherent humanist thought, set against a million odd years of evolved killer ape tendency. No-one's going to give you very good odds on humanism, are they?"
- Richard Morgan

Diaheliper  
  Offers delivery of diapers by air.  

It seems there had been a low-altitude collision between two small planes... One plane was a Diaheliper, belonging to an aerial diaper service that flew diapers to rural homes by helicopter.
From The Morning of the Day They Did It, by E.B. White.
Published by The New Yorker Magazine in 1950
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