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I figured that the older I got, the easier it would be concentrate on general ‘stuff'. Not so. I have the attention span of a toddler, and find it incredibly hard not to just grab a crayon and draw all over my face or stick stuff up my nose when I’m in a lecture. I just find it so hard to put effort into focusing on things. It actually physically hurts my brain, I can feel the cells dying. My brain just veers off on tangents. Listen to what the nice professor has to say, blah blah - Oh look! A piece of chewing gum that looks like Obama! I can barely keep still when I am waiting for my toast. I can barely keep still to write this column every week. So imagine how patient the director of this music video must have been. AndréChocron, has edited this to make it look like the apartment lights match the music. He could have just used a computer to get the effect, but no, this guy was determined and decided that the only way to be authentic was to camp outside for three months, painfully capturing people turning their lights on and off and on and off. The result is pretty nifty, regardless what I think of the song (I don’t like it.) Although something I do like very much is this site here that showcases artist Ray Villafane’s interest and skill in pumpkin carving. Yes, I realise Halloween was a while ago (I went as a mime or a member of Kiss - take your pick) but this isn’t a festive link as this site contains a lot more than freaky pumpkin carving. Some of it is pretty nifty stuff. So nifty it make me want to learn this pumpkin hacking skill. I may start with something easier first. Potatoes perhaps.
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