Nickelback were already the butt of someone's joke earlier this month when their music was nearly used as a crude torture device by a Canadian police department. Though the officer has since apologized, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg certainly won't be after poking fun at the band in a video for his home artificial intelligence system Jarvis.
In a clip for the Zuck's latest technology, he asks the Morgan Freeman-voiced system to "play us some good Nickelback songs" while sitting on the couch with his family. Jarvis then replies "I'm sorry Mark, I'm afraid I can't do that – there are no good Nickelback songs."
"Good," Zuckerberg replies. "That was actually a test." He then gets the system to "play some music our whole family will like," ending up with a rendition of children's classic "The Itsy Bitsy Spider." Zuckerberg quips, "What? I'm a dad now. This is what I listen to."
The choice between listening Chad and the boys or having your taste dictated by your child for the first few years of infancy is a tough one to make, but you can watch Zuckerberg and family make their call in the player below.