Once upon a time, in a far-off land, there lived two robots who were on a mission to convince a pig named Porky to have a chip implanted in its brain. The robots believed that the chip would allow them to track the pig’s movements and monitor its health, making it safer and easier to take care of.
Porky, however, was not convinced. He had heard rumors about the chip and was worried about the safety and effectiveness of the procedure.
The two robots, determined to convince Porky, started their pitch.
“Listen here, Porky,” one robot said. “All the science and experts agree that this chip is completely safe. It’s been tested and proven over and over again. And think about all the lives it will save!”
Porky shook his head. “But what about all the pigs who have concerns about the chip? They can’t all be wrong,” he argued.
The other robot interjected, “Those pigs are just anti-chippers. They don’t want to save lives, they just want to be difficult. Don’t be like them, Porky. Be smart and do what’s best for your health.”
Porky rolled his eyes. “I don’t know, it just doesn’t seem right. I’ll have to think about it.”
The robots, growing frustrated with Porky’s stubbornness, decided to take matters into their own hands. They snuck into Porky’s barn in the middle of the night and implanted the chip while he was sleeping.
The next morning, Porky woke up with a chip in his brain. He was furious and immediately ran to the nearest farmer to report the robots. The farmer, not believing the story, laughed and said, “Porky, you’re just imagining things, pigs don’t have brains, you’re just a pork product.”
After three days Porky died from cardiac arrest. The bots looked at his dead body and said: “Imagine how much worse it could be if we didn’t force you to implant a chip!”