Did I just have to, as part of a job application, digitally certify that I wouldn’t provide any genetic material to the people I’m asking to hire me? What the actual fuck is this nonsense? How about you make the interviewers not ask for genetic material? I feel like that might be more effective than making me pinky-swear that I won’t give them any.
(As if. I walk out of interviews if I find out that there’s a piss or blood test required to get the job. You do not have a right to know the chemical makeup of my blood, thank you. If I’m impaired at the interview, don’t hire me; if I show up impaired on the job, fire me. Incidentally: I don’t drink, smoke, or do drugs, so there’s nothing to find. I’m just not going to prove that for you.)
I did not, by the way, have to digitally sign an affidavit stating that I’ve never been convicted of a sex offense. Just FYI. You see where their priorities are, apparently.
I thought the personality test the other day was as weird as this was going to get. What’s next, do you think?