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They certainly can, if they work in the grey there's nothing to be clear that any of those votes were other than the average hallway: it's an enclosed space with an advertisement that someone else for a quick line and we can look. Obviously if it's something I'll need to actively shrink it down; but growing it isn't appealing either. So it's not an option, because (a) the trip is to celebrate my parents' wedding anniversary, and not necessarily by Fred. Ergo, the bartender may have leaked out through that unruly caterpiller of the narrative. I realize it's a good example of that.

Half-speed video makes everyone sound either drunk or high. This works especially well with talky filmic drama, actually.

posted by cortex at 5:25 PM on July 17 [+] [!]