I won’t say anything about this elevator:
I won’t mention that with Windows 10 XBox game record feature on the browser (Windows key + G), it is easy to record the entire sequence. (Mac users: I don’t know.)
The DVR allows us to capture and re-experience a wonderful demonstration of the British locative adverb hyuh (sorry I don’t have the software handy to stretch it out a little bit, you just have to savor it’s quick appearance at the end):
Don’t forget the clock:
People don’t usually interview at 1:45AM, so maybe it’s 1:45 PM!
Flying to Narita? That’s in Tokyo.
Regarding the attendant:
- She likes you to wait quietly while she dithers
- She wants you to note that it is busy today. She doesn’t want you to ask if she’s worried because she will think you think she has behavioral health challenges..
- Tell her work will be over soon.
- Tell her you don’t want to bother her.
- She has a partner? Interesting choice of words. And she gave you the seat you were hoping for, without you even having to ask! Please gift her a rainbow unicorn:
Regarding these guys:
If you got your Windows Game DVR on, you might spot Ben, Alicia, Darryl and Kate. I didn’t see Paul or Lisa, maybe I missed them.
Spies generally don’t do this:
Finally, regarding these yentas (can they possibly all be the same woman? did they hire triplets? or use some really good green screen compositor? was the casting budget a bit tight? or do all Australians look alike? ):
Carefully reviewing the recording will tell us the following 5 things:
- There is a noodle shop around the corner from Emerald St.
- One of these ladies likes fettuccine.
- There are 6 courses on the fixed menu.
- Joan stood them up
- Australian software developers really like spinning cubes:
If you care about any of this, please feel free to apply for this job, using code 29ZZ9. You’re welcome!