I went downtown today to the A2K building in the hope of getting an interview for one of those lucrative moderating jobs but was running late and hit lunch so being hungry I went round back to check out the dumpster and right next to a barely a half-eaten authentic Chicago pizza with a buttery crust, plenty of tomato sauce and generous mozzarella cheese; I found this picture apparently discarded from the archive.
The index card was somewhat unreadable as it had lodged in the cheese, but I do believe it to be of well-loved A2K members. Any suggestions?
Can anyone assist with the location or circumstances –
I thought they might be discussing what defences against System and interoperability related issues caused by false positives and other things that would make A2K more hip.
What do you think?
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