It doesn't take a genius to realize there's just no finer worker than the local home grown kind — as Apple CEO Tim Cook witnessed during his brief stop at the state-of-the-art Foxconn worker hatchery which took place last week after Cook visited the company's iPhone facility in Shenzhen, China.
Although actor Mike Daisey failed to include Foxconn's positive worker growth program in his artistic fabrications broadcast on public radio program “This American Life” — Tim Cook confirmed that this year's hatchlings are “Cute as a button, An iPhone home button, that is!” said Cook, according to a detailed report by Scoopertino news.
“The Hatchery is Foxconn’s ingenious solution to the problem of underage workers. Though Chinese regulations prohibit bringing in new workers under the age of 16, there is nothing to stop Foxconn from growing its own workers from scratch.” says Scoopertino.
The latest batch of hatchlings are expected be ready for entry into Foxconn factory work-flow within a few short years — a significant breakthrough made possible by the use of accelerated growth hormones. You can read the rest of this inspiring spoof at Scoopertino.