1907: Immune System
Title text: It also helps with negotiation. "Look, if it were up to me, *I'd* accept your offer, but my swarm of autonomous killer cells literally can't be reasoned with. It's out of my hands!"
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Immune systems are cool. Randall is pointing out that white blood cells, the core of the human immune system, can (technically) be described as an autonomous microscopic defensive swarm that will do anything to protect its host. He also points out that the host has no ability to restrain it, and does not know its power (both of which are also accurate).
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- [Ponytail is standing in front of a boardroom, holding a stick up to the board. Cueball, Megan and Hairbun are in the audience, sitting at a long table; an extra, unoccupied chair is in the front.]
- Ponytail: My body hosts an autonomous microscopic defensive swarm that will do anything to protect me.
- Ponytail: I have no ability to restrain it and I don't know my own power.
- Ponytail: So listen up.
- Ponytail: Sales grew by 4% this quarter...
- [Caption below the panel:]
- Business protip: You can strengthen any presentation by opening with a reminder about how cool immune systems are.
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