Geniousness runs in (from?) our family. I, more than the others (whom I still love dearly), have blinding insights. How do I know that? When I share these insights, people close their eyes until I’m done speaking. (Note to reader: What follows is brilliance at it’s shiniest: if you close your eyes, you will miss the opportunity of a lifetime!) (Note to self: lay off the parentheses.)
After watching this video on TED about making plastic from waste materials and reading this article about harvesting stem cells from fat, I realized that I could bring manufacturing back to America.
Here is my big idea: Stem Cells from Waist Products!
I will build extra-large factories with individual work stations equipped with a recliner, remote control, large screen TV, and laptop. Workers will have unlimited access to tastes-just-like-real-food stuff (now with extra bacon!). Their job will consist of just sitting and manufacturing future stem cells. Thanks to the food industry and their liberal use of corn syrup in 99.9% of all of those products they like to call food, we can create abdominal fat faster than you can spell triglycerides.
How are these jobs different from most other jobs? Well, sitting around in work stations talking, watching YouTube, and checking Facebook every 15 minutes will actually be in the job description. And, hold onto your love handles, it’s a renewable resource! (Look at me, all green and sustainable.)
Right now I’m working on some recruitment slogans:
- Come Grow With Us
- We Let Everything Go to Waist – That’s the Way We Roll
- Manufacturing is Back and It’s Big – You Can Be, Too
- Flesh Out Your Future
- Clean Your Plate and Dominate
- Our Employees Have Nothing To Lose and Everything to Gain
I could go on, but I see that some of you have your eyes closed.