Well, today a Biotech Company paid Professor Northrop a visit and proposed a joint venture! I thought, WOW! This is great; this is the answer to our problems! But do you know what he did? I’ll tell you what he did. He turned them down! He freaking turned down the chance to finally build this computer and stop wasting time writing grant proposals and worrying about money!
Why did he do this? Because he’s a moron! Because he has ethical concerns about Krattatech Industries that he wouldn’t discuss with me. I’ve poured my life into this project and I’ll be damned if I’m going to let Jake Northrop stand in my way because of a moral dilemma. That’s why I’m taking matters into my own hands. Jake Northrop may feel squeamish about working with Krattatech but I have no qualms about doing whatever is necessary to succeed.
I’ve contacted a representative from Krattatech about working a deal with them. All I have to do is secure a viable sample of the bacteria we’ve been perfecting and I’ll get a handsome share of the profits from the biocomputer once it’s complete. I’ve just secured my future and if Jennifer wants to stay with me she’ll keep quite and stay away from that other moron, Blaine!