It was so obvious to me that

(this name is very poor taste, by the way) was a joke that I
found the entire idea amusing, but now, I’m not so sure.  Aslak seems to be
awfully serious about it, but seriously… 

A tool that deletes lines of code that are not tested?  Surely,
even the most hardcore XP proponent wouldn’t be that radical and would just read
the reports of a coverage tool and use his judgment to decide whether the
untested code should be tested or not…

If anything is missing from Clover and other coverage tools, it’s a way to
tell "I know this part is not tested and/or exercised, but it’s okay".  But
a tool that will delete my code?

Come on…