I wish my father, a computer engineer and employee of IBM long before I was born, was still alive to see an IBM 1401 Mainframe computer being toured as part of a musical show that features interpretive dance.
He’d probably have been quite disgusted, but in a good way.
Your cognitive dissonance for the day comes from Jeremiah Tolbert, as he explains why Fiddler on the Roof can be considered as a work of science fiction. For the first time in my life, I’m actually contemplating watching a musical of my own volition.
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