No matter what you type, this subservient programmer will obey your command. Try asking the programmer to: jump, 'lick the wall', wave, cry, or jump. You'll watch a video of the programmer following your command. It's actually pretty awesome to see how many commands will be followed.
Implications - The popularity of the Subservient Chicken has taught companies that consumers like having complete control over something, even if that thing is not physically accessible. This could be used to explain the rise in consumer demand for customizable products and the wave of DIY projects. Other Internet inventions have followed suit, with the Subservient Programmer as a perfect example.
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