a while back i posted this video of a conversation with sam, chris, ashley, bardhi, suzie and my self at Amanda Knight's gravestone. i just found the transcription and wanted to share it. completely hilarious.
chris: the moment's gone, sorry... does that just bother me? or would it bother anyone else?
ash: if you didn't specify which typeface you'd want?
chris: yeah, if you're head stone was like in...
chris: times new roman.
ash: i bet you could specify it in your will... i would like my gravestone to be in whatever whatever...
sam: i would design it before hand, chris
chris: i think i'm going to do that. because—
ash: you better get started
chris: honestly, how many typefaces do you think the beasley monument... whatever they're called... or how much of the average...
bardhi: how do you print the typefaces on the gravestone?
sam: they have a ______ machine that etches it. ... cole are you taping all this?
cole: haha, yeah
sam: for our posterity.
ash: for the blog.
cole: i think this is the funniest conversation.
sam: cole, you need to show this some time to prove that we actually had a conversation about what typeface to have on our gravestone. this is how far the program has plunged us into the depths of nerdiness.
bardhi: ... i hate it.
sam: ... talk about that. while most people are talking about chicks, cars...
chris: there's certain, like, important moments in my life that i really don't care anymore how they happen or when they happen, just as long as i can control the typography... like my wedding invitation. that's all i care about.
sam: my dad—
chris: that's all i want to be in charge of at my funeral i just want to be able to pick the typeface for the headstone and the program.
bardhi: you're so stupid.
ash: haha! bardhi!
sam: my dad gave me a hard time today because he's like you're so critical all the time. i'm not saying that i'm always critical because.. you can't look at somebody's wedding announcement without tearing it apart...
suzie: oh my gosh, yeah... normal people don't do that.
sam: no they don't.
chris: i think the key is that you don't point them...
sam: well you do it too
suzie: now i do it.. now i do it and i hate it. i hate that i do it.
ash: i don't think it's bad
sam: i don't think it's so much tearing it apart as it's humorous.
suzie: but if that's the only thing that we say.. if that's the only thing we say about a wedding invitation is: oh gosh, as soon as we open them.
ash: other people... ?
chris: if this is what... if this the result of those two people coming together, it shouldn't happen. there is obviously something wrong with the match. people with such bad aesthetics should not procreate.