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Saturday, 21 November 2009

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Genetic Mutant?

Geneticists have discovered a new mutated gene that seems to be only found in Managers and Supervisors of small and large businesses. The gene has been dubbed JRK-H1N1, and according to research causes a disconnection from other humans and a pre-tendency to be overly harsh and demanding.

According to Professor Plum at the American Genetics association, this mutation effects mostly the brain development of those born with it, saying "It prevents the frontal lobe and the emotion centers of a persons brain from ever developing properly, preventing them from accurately processing large amounts of information, and from seeing other humans as anything more than card board boxes."

One study done by the Arizona State University Science Department indicates that the further up the management tree an individual is, the more intense the effects of the mutation. One part of the report is recording as showing how, "Amazing it is, with brain activity levels this low, these test subjects are able to chew solid food and prevent drool from dripping out of their mouths at all times."

So go easy on your boss the next time they are overly harsh with you, or if it seems like any trained sea otter could do their job. Just remember, statistically they are genetically Deficient, and according to tests it would be more accurate to say a potted flower could do their job.

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