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Thanks for watching guys and happy you enjoyed. Two more episodes are in the works and I'm hoping to have a total of six for the first season. I think the episodes will be at least a month apart though.
And no bert, there's no origin planned. I thought about it but I decided it was better leave the true nature of Computer Girl a bit ambiguous because it gives her a chance to be either human or a machine during the course of the episodes.
And a special thanks to Mike (whom you all know) and Beth (whom you don't) for doing such a splendid job with the voices.
It took a number of months but much of the reason for the time delay was waiting for the voices. Sally had a cold for a month and a half and a couple of times the person doing Carlton fell through - thankfully Mike was reliable and he did a great job with it too. Plus there was a bunch of software learning involved. The next time should be much quicker.
I sincerely enjoyed this, but not only in a "funny ha-ha" kind of way. I feel it as like a delving into the laws that define everything from the general to the particular and the particular to the general.
In other words, I see the correlations spoken of here and they are significant in everything. For instance, we do get the same laws functioning upon our computers as we see in corporeality, but more, the laws that exist within, exist in the general astrological order, the rhythms, the systems perceived and not perceived.
This is the kind of video that I, personally would watch over and over again.
Now, tell me, did I hear your voice say something in this? Because I heard your voice and it was like I was in Skype. What did you say?
For anyone who loves correlations as much as I do, this is your story.
No condom! She was lucky she didn't catch a virus too.
That was pretty good. It'll be interesting to see if it has the legs to keep going or if the computer references start to get boring. I guess if you have regular characters and flesh out her world as the series goes on it could work.