(VIDEO) Mat Best introduces the “ISIS Button”
Mat Best introduces the ISIS button into the officeMat Best introduces the ISIS button (YouTube)
Veteran Mat Best is at it again on social media, except this time he’s serving as the “Chief of Happiness” for Black Rifle Coffee Company.
While serving as the “Chief of Happiness,” Best introduces the DARPA-created “ISIS button” which immediately spawns members of ISIS into and around a particular area. In this instance, ISIS members immediately are spawned into the office every time the button is pushed.
The “ISIS” button was introduced to boost morale around the office and keep these veterans occupied from time to time as opposed to working a normal day inn an office environment, even if it is at veteran-owned company like Black Rifle Coffee Company.
Luckily, these veterans know exactly what to do and how to handle ISIS fighters as they are well-equipped and well-trained to take them out within minutes of them spawning into an area like in a video game.
Having ISIS members in the office could be a little dangerous, but with a large group of veterans around, it couldn’t be much of an issue. Work productivity on the other hand could be a problem, especially when a fellow veteran uses the ISIS button but forgets to take him out before he gets away and runs around the office. Even worse, the veteran has no idea where he could possibly be, causing a safety issue for other veterans in the office. Best says that his fellow veteran can take out the ISIS member on his own, but for good measure, he tags along to ensure the office’s safety.
Things get a little more hairy when the ISIS button gets into the hands of a child no older than the age of five who happens to like continually hitting the button over and over again. Immediately, Mat seeks help from one of his fellow veterans. Luckily, one of the ISIS members doesn’t know anything about firearm safety and happens to kill himself with his own gun.
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, also known as DARPA, is a Department of Defense agency responsible for developing technologies for the military.
DARPA was created in February 1958 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in response to the launching of Sputnik 1 by the Soviet Union that way the United States would be surpassed in technological advancements.
DARPA’s mission statement is “to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security.”
It is safe to say, while the ISIS button is an interesting concept, DARPA will be focusing their efforts elsewhere.