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Thought I'd share a video on one of the projects I'm involved in at the museum where I work. It's a small piece on how we integrated some 9/11 stuff into an upcoming exhibition about skyscrapers. The guy narrating is my VP . .
eff that . . I try and stay away from stuff like that, and I'm not important anywhow. The video is really part of a marketing campaign to generate interest for the reopening of the museum. Skyscraper has a lot of heavy steelwork in it, so we opted to hire real iron workers to assemble most of it, plus they really wanted to be a part of it all anyway, they get real emotional when it comes to the subject of the Twin Towers
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Very cool man!
__________________ When I was a kid, we had the Atari 2600 with games like Space Invaders and Asteroids! There were no multiple levels or screens, it was just one screen forever! And you could never win. The game just kept getting harder and harder and faster and faster until you died! .... Just like LIFE!