Monday, June 10, 2019

Correctly described as middle-aged men

Pierini Fitness recently learned that Microsoft intends to help him be more politically correct and inclusive in his middle-aged man reflections.  They plan on doing so using artificial intelligence.

Microsoft recently announced the upcoming integration of its artificial intelligence powered ideas into its Word, the word processing program used by many including Pierini Fitness when composing his middle-aged man reflections appearing here.

According to a Microsoft blog post, this new feature will be offering familiar fixes for spelling and grammatical errors and advice on more concise and inclusive language such as “police officer” instead of “policeman.”

What does Pierini Fitness have to say about this?

“No way, man, as in middle-aged man.”

Rest assured that Pierini Fitness middle-aged man reflections about living and dying, gracefully aging and trying to live a good and honest life will continue to properly identify its primary audience as middle-aged men.  Calling them middle-aged people just doesn’t have the ring to it that’s necessary to properly identify who they are.

No thank you Microsoft but this isn’t something Pierini Fitness is interested in using, so he’ll be shutting that feature off once it’s part of the latest version of your Word software.    

Here at Pierini Fitness, middle-aged men will never be called middle-aged people because they’re more correctly described as middle-aged men.

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum


Machinehead said...

Political correctness run amok -- keep fighting the good fight!

Pierini Fitness said...

Somebody has got to advocate for the middle-age men of the world and I am their self-appointed ambassador. Thanks for visiting Pierini Fitness and your comment, come back often and enjoy your day.