(This is based on a real experiment performed in the conveyed place)

Please put eight monkeys in a room.
There is a ladder common to
a banana, which I hung
from a hook on the ceiling of a room.

Whenever a monkey is going to climb a ladder,
all monkeys are sprayed with cold water
and are miserable.


Thank you for your letter refusing my
application of a job in your company.I abnormally received refusal from the
organizations which had big numerical spirit.Many companies found me inappropriate,
and–after careful consideration–I am sorry.


I attack him without all of the other monkeys,
expecting the spray when the monkey tries
to climb a ladder and beat me up. Neither of eight
monkeys tries to climb a ladder so far.

Then an original monkey is got rid of
and a new monkey is put in a room.
I watch a banana and a ladder, and wonder
why no other monkeys does an axiom.
However, the new one is not daunted,
and begins to climb the ladder immediately.


I think that what I can tell you about being impossible
is that I accept your refusal to be that to me.

The situation changes
and a person can never know
when a new demand for refusal produces it.


And as for the other monkey,
responsibility depends on him
and he swats it till he becomes stupid.

I don’t understand him.
However, he doesn’t try anymore
to climb a ladder.

The second original monkey is got rid of
and I am switched. A newcomer tries to climb
a ladder again, but all other monkeys bang on his junk.

I include a new monkey before participating in pommeling.
However, he doesn’t understand why he attacks a new monkey.


In trying to refuse the employment to me,
please do not consider this letter to be
criticism of your qualification.


All original monkeys are replaced one by one.
There are eight new monkeys now in a room.

None try to climb a ladder: I will beat
up even a new monkey trying it

without understanding why; it is how
a policy of most companies is established.


In rejecting a future candidate,
I pray for the best of luck for you.

Text found and bastardized
here, and here, and using this

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