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David Byron

David Byron is a software developer working for the military-industrial complex. At Popehat, he writes about art, language, theater (mostly magic), technology, lyrics, and aleatory ephemera. Serious or satirical poetry spontaneously overflows from him while he's recollecting in tranquility. @dcbyron

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  1. S. Weasel says:

    I'm hoping my last words are, "I guess one more won't kill me."

  2. Scott Jacobs says:

    I would hope that mine would be as ironically awesome as sweasel's, but I rather fear they will be more along the lines of "…and I'm taking all of you with me!"

  3. AlphaCentauri says:

    I looked at the two pairs of gloves coming off and a third fingerless pair on her fingers, and all I could think was how did they ever get that guitar in tune? I guess it's an Alaska skill. The string quartet at the last inauguration couldn't manage it, and they had to play along with pre-recorded music.

  4. naught_for_naught says:

    My thoughts exactly. I think you have to set the guitar outside the night before or something.

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