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  1. Hey Nick, what was the quote you had that talked about “I don’t want to see the sugar, I want to see the cake.” I’ve misquoted I know, but I can’t seem to find the original quote and I would like to have it. Any help?

    Sorry about the bike thing. I’m an endurance cyclist and I got hit by a car in a hit and run a couple of years ago. Broke my clavicle and two ribs. Very painful, but after a long healing, I’m back out there… but this time on a custom carbon fiber ProLite. I love to ride. Went from 310 pounds to 140 in a short time. Of course I was eventually doing 50 miles a day too. Love it man.

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  2. I totally went over my handle bars a couple months ago trying to avoid a car rolling through a stop sign. It sucked. Took a huge chunk of skin off my right knee.

    Anyhow, thanks for the tip on the book. Have you readany of Hillman Curtis’ books? If so, what are your thoughts on those?

    I would like to hear/see a you discuss the process of a motion graphic project on a commercial scale. Pick any major project from DK you guys are working on. Like what planning goes into and how much preproduction is involved. How many people work on the project and what there roles are. At my job, I am sort of a one man show that does web, print, and some light motion graphics. A glimpse into bigger projects on a team scale would be cool.

    Thanks, Matt

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