Hah! I’d like a microchip in my arm too. This house has everything:
the tiny chip, typically used to tag pets, opens his front door.
A swipe of his arm under a small scanner identifies Oxer with the house computer, which then unlocks the door.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg for Australia’s biggest nerd, whose entire house is connected to a central processor and can be controlled remotely via a computer or mobile phone.
I wonder if the other family members have microchips too, or if they have to use a key like us non-chipped folk?