The smartest sysadmin I ever worked with had a lovely accent: trilled r's, short vowels, and u's that sounded like o's, as in "This focking socks!".
But he was never so clear as when he expressed his dissatisfaction with my process-start implementation. He labeled it a security issue. He was right: if a root-owned process dropped, it might somehow allow superuser access in an unintended and undesired way.