Archive for December, 2012

[Camera up on the interior of a small, darkened room, about the size of a confessional booth.  Three walls are visible to the lens:  the first, to the camera’s left, does nothing to detract from the whole “confessional” feel, inasmuch as it appears to be constructed of intricately-carved ecclesiastical paneling in a profound walnut hue.  The second wall, directly opposite the camera, consists mostly of a high-definition liquid crystal television at eye level, with a low curtain underneath.  The liquid crystal television is currently displaying a screen-saver-y image of colorful saltwater fish, swimming sedately and aimlessly across the display.  To the right, there are racks and racks of audiovisual equipment, lots of loose wires and slowly-winking amber lights and the like.  The room is unoccupied.]


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