You make a valid point. If you look at guys like Craig fraser (http://www.gotpaint.com) who've been doing this for ages, they're in their prime. they happen to be the celebrities at the moment. I figure that someday someone will figure out that computers are a canvas just like a car. granted, people still look at me funny when I explain to them that I want my computers to have that flash and super deep shine, but they probably dont quite get it. But, those who do, well, they already have my machines. I see no reason to stop painting now. besides, I havent tried all my ideas, worked all the bugs out of the process or developed the perfect hand for pin-striping. Hell, I have 70 years left in this life. thats more than enough time to get it right. And in the end, I'll leave behind some really pretty pieces of plastic
Electricity tastes good. No, seriously.
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