ChaosThe staccato session was the hard and fast ramp up to the Chaos session. The building energies throughout the previous portion would continue to build until ultimately, they are released in a thunderous and electrifying moment of near climactic bliss; a moment that leaves a lasting residual that carries for the next forty five minutes. The music gets quicker, the songs a bit more raw, and a clear addition of amplified electric guitars, pounding drums, and guttural pounding lyrics surround and penetrate the dancers, submerging them in energies pulled from the thickness of the surrounding air.
During the filming of the Snow Ball sequence at the end of the second season, the script called for Lucas and Max to enjoy a dance together after spending an entire season pretending that they hated each other’s guts. When Sadie Sink, the actor who plays Max, showed up to film the scene, co director Ross Duffer informed her that they’d changed the script to include a kiss between the two characters, which she objected to. As she described in the obligatory Stranger Things after show, her response was “What! No! That’s not in the script .
Now raise your hand if you’ve ever said “I like hats, but I’m just not a hat person.” I can tell you my hand is raised right up there with yours. The first hat I ever wore was of course when I was an infant, (completely beyond my control!), then dorky ones I despised that I was forced to wear to go with my Easter dress. I can vividly remember stuffing one in the back of a closet before Easter, hoping my mother wouldn’t find it, so I wouldn’t have to wear it to church.
One of the perks of working at Google is that the company offers shuttles to transport employees from San Francisco to their offices . And one of the unperks of living in San Francisco is that there are huge fucking buses with Google logos messing shit up for residents. To solve this issue, the city announced that they would hold a vote on new shuttle regulations, which Google saw as an opportunity to prove how awesome they are by telling their employees to show up and say things like:”Make sure to mention how great Google+ is to talk to other San Franciscans somewhere in there.”.
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