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Friday, March 28, 2008

Is Google Fattening Employees For A Dytopian Future Food Supply?

Posted By on Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 9:57 AM

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Damn you, Google employees! Isn't there enough work to keep you busy? This is starting to get ridiculous. I mean you people have time to gain 15 pounds in the first year, become in-house food critics on the side, and eat unlimited chocolates. But that wasn't enough: now you make specialty ice cream flavors (mint vanilla, cayenne chocolate) for co-workers in your apparently endless spare-time! And on top of all that, you're badgering DoubleClickers for eating all your food? I'm starting to wonder if Google is really just an elaborate cover for a human veal farming operation ala Soylent Green. Or maybe I'm just masking my own pitiful jealousy. (via Valleywag)

-- B.B.

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