GM End user: Not
available in Kansas
On the way to work this morning I heard on the
radio that genetics have for the first time
successfully made a mouse egg cell from mouse stem cell.
Whether the cell is viable or not still remains to be
proven. But for the genetics' it is a
huge step in Genetic Manipulation with mammals. This
got me wondering what if genetics' could one day
make a GM end user.
With Genetic Manipulation we
could remove the genetic traits from the end user that we hate so much and
insert traits to make our lives simpler. Sorry Kansas since Darwinism passed
you by, you can't have one. Here is a quick genetic profile of my perfect
Traits I would remove:
There voice, and end user that
can talk isn't really a good end user at all. No more three hour
conversations as they try to explain there problem and how they shut off the
monitor five times and the screen was still stuck or how they keep, "accidentally"
keep kicking the box on they floor and then there computer turns off. End
user will have there voices replaced with a stick, so they will have to tap
out there problems in Morse Code. But instead of giving them the knowledge
of Morse Code they will tap the rhythm of whatever
the latest billboard Ten Top hit is. This will
work really well since I don't know Morse Code anyways, and I can be entertained
while I'm working on there problem. And if they get
annoying I can just take their stick away.
The ability to
walk into my office, end user will no longer have the
ability to walk near my office. This is a genetic trait designed for
those end user that send an email about a problem then walk into my office
to complain that the problem isn't fix before I can read their email. Instead of replacing this trait, I think it would be fun to insert a
gene that cause seizures when end user come with in a 20 foot radius of my
office. This is fun for many reasons, one is that you will never be out of
milk shakes, two there always a chance that one end user you hate so much
will swallow there tongue.
Traits I would add:
The ability to click the start button. One
thing I have found is that every OS with a GUI interface has some sort start
button where shortcuts to programs are stored. Another
certainty is that if it's not on the desktop end user completely lack
the ability to find it.
The ability to tell the difference between
a computer and other electronic devices (ie.,
calculators, faxes, ...) For some reason end user think that just
because we are good with computer that we can and should fix anything that
runs on electricity. This will take some of the fun out of my day when
people bring me there toaster oven from home to fix. And I dismantle it and
send it back to them through the mail one part at a time, but I'm willing
to give that up.
If you have anything you would
genetically add to you end users let me