Yes, what about errors? They happen all the time, often, if not always, a result of inattention.
There are many categories of human error that are dreadful, and worse, from the medical to anything that involves safety (cars? planes? scissors?).
Some things, however, could use more mistakes and irrevocable messes. It has been a crazy pleasure to discover, in the process of removing logos, that the errors inevitably—really, inevitably—give rise to something useful.
The worst that can happen is that the removal goes too far. Yet, what does that mean, practically? Given L.R.S. has set things up to have No Repeats, the constraint which you might call exactitude is itself removed.
When removing a logo from something soft, such as a t-shirt, occasionally the scissors slip—the result of inattention or fatigue or both. The “product” then has a cut where none belongs! Unlike a program where an error means something less valued or wasted, here is the simple opportunity to do a little more. The bounds of material possibility continue to unfold with, well, possibility.