How the Internet Archive created the Sim Ant Exterminator

How the Internet Archive created the Sim Ant Exterminator
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Ashtabula, OH- One day Cornelius Mcgee was searching for free MS Dos games and was delighted to stumble upon the Internet Archive. He spent several hours emulating many of his childhood favorites such as Prehistorik 2, Card Sharks, and Snipes. He said after some time he started to explore the vast library of games and found Sim Ant. His life from that point on has truly never been the same.

“I am a 35-year-old man, and I wish there were a sufficient way to express my gratitude to the creators of the Internet Archive and Sim Ant for my new career move.” said Cornelius Mcgee.

Mr. Mcgee, with a doctorates degree in computer engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, go fighting badgers, found his calling in extermination, but not exactly the extermination services you’d expect from this company you can find at https://www.pestcontrolexperts.com/local/tennessee/cookeville/ or others found online. Once Cornelius started playing Sim Ant, he immediately fell in love with the realistic ant war-like tactics. He also merged his self-professed lifelong love of ant experimentation and computer programming together seamlessly. Thus creating Cornelius’ genius new company, The Sim Ant Exterminator.Sim Ant from the Ant's Perspective

Cornelius modded the original programming of Sim Ant and installed it on his customized 3D printed computer chips. With his custom chips, he was able to control a colony of ants. He designated this colony as the “black ant” colony. From there, he was quickly able to naturally and effectively exterminate all ants in any parcel of land and or domicile. This has subsequently launched The Sim Ant Exterminator into a lucrative business.

“Not only do I make a butt load of money, it’s super fun. Learn science kids!” said Cornelius.

Once Cornelius eliminates all ants in any colonies he didn’t control, he will initiate a self-destruct mode in the zombified ants. His self-destruct mode causes the ants to ‘go to home’ and die. A day or two later he collects all his chips in one spot and moves on to his next assignment. Mr. Mcgee said he was thinking of expanding into bed bugs.

“It may not be glamorous, but someone has to make the money” concluded Cornelius Mcgee the creator or The Sim Ant Exterminator.