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- The Parts and Burlesque Revue
There was a bar in my city that used to have a dada talent show thing. There was a girl who did a... dance? routine involving a metal codpiece, a die grinder, and Punish Your Machine. Her stage name was OSHA Violator. I would go to the Parts and Burlesque Revue, but I would be very disappointed if it wasn't in the same vein.
When the Happy Hacking keyboards were discontinued, I started stockpiling them so I wouldn't have to trawl ebay or something when I needed to replace mine. I still haven't needed to replace that one, 10 years later, so it was probably a waste of money, but good keyboards are important when you're typing all day.
- “When people finally receive the script, they’ve dropped out really fast. After people started dropping out, they said, ‘OK, don’t send people the scripts anymore.’
Admittedly I know next to nothing about the movie industry, but this strikes me as a good way to ensure no one will be willing to work for you in the future.
Machine learning is an awesome hammer, but there aren't all that many nails in a car. Film at 11.
CV Dazzle isn't a good alternative, but it's a better alternative.
My boss's daughter used to camp out in the back of my office listening to the music when he'd bring her in then be in meetings all day. I had a spare external hard drive laying around, so I gave her a copy of my mp3 collection.
My boss was very annoyed with me when she did a school presentation on her favorite poet, Lydia Lunch.
Love Spirals Downwards on a freeway at night is bliss. I don't think I've ever zoned out enough to hit anything.