Real or not, this is a glimpse of our life at work. Enjoy.
Somewhere in-between saving the world and answering the phone, an idea gently wrests on the furrowed brow of Daniel Criddle.
Dan: wouldn't be silly if chickens ‘barted’ instead of ‘clucked’?
baaaa...Bart: Silly indeed. But what if every animal everywhere barted?
baaa.. ba. baaaaart.
BAAaart-bart-bart-bart-bart. Those are the ugly ducks in Spain…Bart: Giraffes have to make some sort of noise.
BAAAAAAAART!! That was a bear.
..... …. That was a giraffe
*rustling leaves noiseBart: ahhhh yes… who could forget the *whacking necks together noise?
*long tongue slurp noise
*whacking necks together noise
Daniel: Unfortunately, none of those sound remotely like bart. … but whacking necks would probably be closest.
Bart: I guess we'll just have to kill off all the giraffes for not conforming to our new mold of animal society.
Daniel: Not necessary, they'll just think in bart.
Bart: mmmm... that almost works... and I’d rather deal with semi-conforming rebel giraffes than deal with giraffe blood. It’s sticky, and smells like burnt nose hair. The only noticeable loophole is that giraffe thoughts are indiscernible. If they decide to plot an uprising by falling back to their old giraffe thoughts... we would never know. And then... BAM. Giraffe riot. Not quite zoot suit riot. But close.
Daniel: But that's the beauty of bart thought. Once it is implemented, the simplicity of bart makes it impossible to overcome. It’s not nearly as complicated as heehaaaw or meow with their dual syllables. And oink has the terrible schwa that can make pronunciation difficult for some. Bart is just consonant vowel consonant. There is no animal code that can override that.
Bart: Yes, but moo could cause some static in bart thought... it is very easy to code and is monosyllabic... not to mention very fun to say... and even funner to think...
Daniel: True, the cows would pose a weak spot in bart think implementation, but we have the strength of all the other farm animals on our side. And we control their milking schedules.