Issue with TimeState tutorial example

I think the following example from the tutorial is incorrect: There is nothing that prevents the list ‘a’ to be shuffled prior it gets printed from the sorted live_loop. As a matter of fact, if you change the sleep time for shuffled to be more aggressive (e.g 0.1), you will observe this behavior.

## An Example of Deterministic Behaviour
## (despite concurrent access of shared state)
## using Sonic Pi's new Time State system.
## When this code is executed, the list that's
## printed is always sorted!
set :a, (ring 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1)

live_loop :shuffled do
  set :a, get[:a].shuffle
  sleep 0.5

live_loop :sorted do
  set :a, get[:a].sort
  sleep 0.5
  puts "sorted: ", get[:a]

I agree that this example is a bit confusing, but I think it just means that the execution is deterministic, not that it will always be sorted, no matter the sleep times.
It happens that when the two sleeps are identical it always prints sorted, but if you choose different sleep values so that it doesn’t always print sorted, you will still get the exact same sequence every time you run it.