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…which I Blarged about at the time here.
In that post, I shared a video of DJ Nu-Mark making a guest appearance during the final song of the evening, “Comencemos.”
Jungle Fire released their own video of that very performance, and if you look closely (around the 3:35 mark) you can see yours truly (on the righthand side) filming the footage I posted back in November.
Learn more about Jungle Fire here.
Can’t wait for their next album,
…but unfortunately, I somehow managed to lose the AC adapter.
The hard drive itself doesn’t have the adapter’s specifications listed on it, so I emailed Sabrent’s tech support the following email:
From: Justin Shady
Sent: Friday, October 17, 2014 2:58 PM
Subject: AC Adapter
I own this external HD.
Unfortunately, I lost the power/AC adapter. I’m trying to replace it, but I can’t figure out what the volts/amps are for this model. Is it possible to get that information from Sabrent so I can have it replaced? I have files on the drive that I desperately need to retrieve ASAP.
Any help would be appreciated.
A couple hours later, I received this email:
On Oct 17, 2014, at 5:44 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
This video shows the power cord and its details.
To which I replied this:
Are you being serious right now? You send me a 16-minute video that someone else shot that shows an out-of-focus closeup of the adapter? THIS is what Sabrent’s answer to tech support is?
Who’s on the other end of this email, a lazy teenage boy replying to emails half-assed in between spank sessions in his mom’s basement? Sheesh.
Tell you what, I made a video for you to watch:
It’s of me being unimpressed with your solution. It’s only 20 seconds long, so you’ll have to watch it 48 times in a row for it to be as long and boring as the video you sent me a link to.
Hoping Sabrent is out of business soon,
…with this old (and for some reason silent) clip that I came across on a video tape the other day.
The video shows me and my friends on New Year’s Eve 1997 in the old dorm at CCAD (Columbus College of Art & Design) as we get ready to ring in 1998.
I can’t make out everyone in the video, but I do see my good friends Jamie Bowers, Bryan and Alisha Loar, their daughter Anya, Cosby Lindquist, Jeremy “Jocco” Scott, Amanda Hope Cook, Jodi Boatman, and (I think) Jason Latta.
If anyone watching this spots anyone else, please let me know. I know it’s really hard to make out, but that’s what Hi8 cameras gave you back in the day.
I’m sure I have a version of this clip with audio somewhere, but it might take me literally years to find it. If and when I do, I’ll post it here for a comparison.
The end of a silent era,