Mon Nov 1 05:28:24 EST 1999
I vi, aye aye;
Aye aye, I vi.
Photography by Billy Bob.
Construction by K.
Lighting by Dan.
This has been a Keg Lab production.
Mon Nov 1 1999 07:38:58 EST Update: by Andrew (aka Billy Bob):
.... it was only afterwards we realised this was the elusive roman 7 anyone who pedants on this issue gets a large smack to the cranial area. with a staplegun
I bought some red ikon earlier in the night. It was good -- it contains: co-enzyme Q10, guarana, ginkgo biloba, vitamins a,c & e, ginseng and taurine (yes, I happen to have another couple of cans in front of me right now :) So later (around midnight I guess) when we went back to the store for more supplies, I got another can of red and the blue one too. The blue one said it was "berry" flavoured, so I thought that might be a nice change. We got back to the lab and I opened up the blue can. Just then I noticed that whereas the red cans said "energize" all over them, the blue can said "harmonize". Whereas the red can was an upper, the blue was a downer, and contained lots of crap like chamomile and sedatives. Ok, it was nice and that stuff certainly has its place, but that place isn't at the start of an all-nighter! My speech slowed a bit for the next half hour or so, and I took the opportunity to work on the conclusion to an essay I was writing about computing and biology. Luckily I was even headed enough to take out the bits I'd written earlier about the relative and contained realities that would be experienced by artificial life forms (in silico, baby). Anyway, some time afterwards I started on the next red can, which was of course enough to keep me going well through the night. The stuff rocks, and when combined with Dan's can of V we got a nice set of light primaries that happened to spell vi.
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