A group of highly trained scientists has become the first group of people to ever successfully setup Serato on the first attempt.
According to reports, ten scientists worked for approximately fifteen hours straight on the installation at NASA’s headquarters in Washington DC.
Wunderground spoke to Serato user Benjamin Brookes, “I always thought NASA was a waste of fucking time,” he told us. “I mean, I don’t really give a shit about what’s out in space, it’s not like I’m going to be able to go there. Don’t get me wrong, landing a rocket on the moon is kinda cool, but all’s that will come of it is, eventually, there’ll be a McDonald’s and a Starbucks up there.”
“I don’t know much about rocket science, astrophysics or anything else that goes into putting spaceships into space so I guess I have no idea how hard it is,” continued Brookes. “But I do know how hard is it to setup Serato, that shit, done the first time, is fucking impossible and those guys did it. That, I have a lot of respect for. I’ll never say NASA is a complete waste of money ever again.”
However, scientist Andrew Higsbootam claimed that their achievement may not have been as memorable as first anticipated. He explained, “To be honest with you, it was a total fluke. One of the team accidentally changed a setting, then two of us tried to change it back but both done something completely different, after we’d all fucked around with it we were about quit and start again but somehow it just started working. There’s no way we could do it again.”
Serato has claimed that there is no way NASA could have set up Serato first time because it is specifically designed to take five or six attempts.