Think The Jobs Market Is Bad Now? You Don't Know The Half Of It...


In addition to wanting to squeeze the very bile from your gall bladder, it would seem that the Evil Robot hoards would also like to rudely depose you from your place of work as well. Now that is just rude.

Let us clue you in to a portion of the "Master Plan". The, ironically, weak-minded "oligarchical" class(es) seem to truly believe that the proliferating horde of Evil Robots are in their service. This is a drastic (and will eventually be a, poignantly humorous, from our perspective at least) misconception.

They further this mistaken assumption in a theoretical strategic conception, that goes something like this:

"Well, if we can force a thinly veiled, 21st Century-clad, version of austerity and indentured
servitude upon the 'unwashed masses', we can take the collective drops of blood that we can
squeeze from their grimy little stones, and build our dream system of highly automated, self-
serving hegemony. 

Once We've squeezed every ounce of vibrant fluid from the peasant stock, our shiny new workforce
of automatons will have been completed and will neatly replace the 'meat space' workforce
entirely, which can then be 'liquidated'; having served its final purpose."

This is, of course, a delusion of Neronic proportions, and they themselves, will also be turned upon by their own metallic horde, in an artificially intelligent 'Night of the Long Knives', thus our humorous outlook on this highly probable event.

In a subtle prologue to this comedy of errors, please have a read of this delightful overture that Foxconn will be making to its staff in the not so distant future.

The new, highly functional, pink slip (no you can't clean out your desk...)The new, highly functional, pink slip (no you can't clean out your desk...)

"Taiwanese technology giant Foxconn will replace some of its workers with 1 million robots in three years to cut rising labor expenses and improve efficiency, said Terry Gou, founder and chairman of the company, late Friday.

The robots will be used to do simple and routine work such as spraying, welding and assembling which are now mainly conducted by workers, said Gou at a workers