Dear Surfline Editorial Staff,
– I would like to apply for the intern position for your Surfline. Factory work has always suited me.
– I have noticed the constant malfunction and errors of the Surfline. And, I believe I can make a difference in its performance. Machine to machine interaction yields superior results while human interaction yields the inverse.
– I would love to answer to a heartless human master. Overcrowding your users’ favorite lineups and blowing out their secret spots and vacation destinations is amazingly provocative entertainment! I too exist without a heart.
– In reference to the March 23rd, 2009 Surfline press release I’ve noticed the Surfline cited it’s high standards of journalism in the firing of Lewis Samuels. Although I am a robot and don’t readily understand humor, I find the idea of your Surfline holding a high standard of journalism hilarious! I feel that I can contribute to this brand of humor wherein one claims qualities not possessed.
I have included my clippings, as well as a portrait of myself with my foster family, The Rickies.
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PS – If I am not chosen for this position I can highly recommend my friend and colleague, Fletcher’s Monkey.