What's the opposite of the Goldilocks Zone?

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There's a certain thin range of voltage that is bad for BMWs where the  
instrument cluster goes haywire, and that voltage is in the opposite of  
the Goldilocks Zone.

That is, instead of it being not too hot and not too cold, which would be  
a good thing for a Goldilocks Zone... the voltage is just a tad not low  
enough to cause the car not to start but just low enough to cause the  
instrument cluster to go haywire.

What would you call that thin sliver of a problematic zone?

Re: What's the opposite of the Goldilocks Zone?
On Mon, 6 Apr 2015 02:51:50 +0000 (UTC), Tony Cito wrote:
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I would call it having NOTHING to do with alt.internet.wireless

Re: What's the opposite of the Goldilocks Zone?
Allodoxaphobia wrote, on Mon, 06 Apr 2015 14:37:51 +0000:

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ooops. Just saw this. It was meant for alt.usage.english.

Sorry.


Re: What's the opposite of the Goldilocks Zone?
On 6 Apr 2015 14:37:51 GMT, Allodoxaphobia

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Well, in that case, some recommendations:
  Dead zone
  Twilight zone
  Uncertainty zone
  Indeterminate zone
  Out of spec zone
  Clueless owner zone
  Ozone
  Dead battery zone
  Loose battery terminal zone
  Zone of no return
  Y'er about to blow up something zone
  About to become a spare parts car zone.
  
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Re: What's the opposite of the Goldilocks Zone?

hell ?

marc

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