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Thursday, March 28th 2013, 9:51am

Technological Unemployment and the Fight for the Right to Slavery

Using Twilight Zone's "The Brain Center at Whipple's", this video discusses the labor collapse that is Technological Unemployment. With cuts from Carl Sagan, Roxanne Meadows and Peter Joseph. ( 09:49 )

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Friday, April 12th 2013, 8:28pm

There was a transcript on the original youtube, which I uploaded to the Working Location (WL) and it is now ready for Proofreading round 1 (P1)

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Tuesday, April 16th 2013, 10:24pm

Technologic Unemployment and the Fight for the Right to Slavery

I'll take it :)

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Monday, April 22nd 2013, 2:17am

PR1 Done. Ready for Timestamping.

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Saturday, May 18th 2013, 4:59pm

I'll do p2 once the timeshifting is completed

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Saturday, January 17th 2015, 3:28am

Now stretching back almost 2 years, but worth it: What a little gem this piece is! Obviously produced by Peter early on, with cameos by Roxanne, Carl Sagan, and as a bonus at the end- the original 60's drug-crazed freethinker himself: Timothy Leary! And the tie-in to the Twilight Zone episode is very good too.

So I did my patented line-splitting, timestamp-shifting and PR2 combo. The revised SRT and analysis files are attached, ready for push out and FR.

PS: I don't know how this piece got named 'Technologic Unemployment' as that phrase is never used anywhere and is just plain weird; I vote to simply rename it to the correct term of 'Technological Unemployment' and clearly categorize it as a work by Peter Joseph. PPS: Equally goofy is the add-on string: "and the Fight for the Right to Slavery" Say wha??! I vote to chuck that too.
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Wednesday, January 28th 2015, 4:03pm

Subtitle uploaded, project ready for a final review.

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Saturday, January 31st 2015, 10:58pm

Starting FR

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Sunday, February 1st 2015, 1:27am

Final Review is completed

This is such a great little video! Love the "Twilight Zone" inserts.

I only made a few edits. One change I did make in several places was with the punctuation of nouns of address. Standard English uses commas before and after nouns of address, to separate the person being addressed from the rest of the sentence. The following is an example:

Tell me, Mr. Whipple, why are you so eager to replace men with machines? (I added commas both before and after Mr. Whipple in several lines throughout).

Also, I changed "alright" to "all right." Although, it will probably become standard English soon, I don't find that it is considered the correct form now. I checked several sources (including the Gregg Manual, @Mr_B: ;) ).

It's ready for translations, @brunodc: I marked it closed on dotsub.

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Sunday, February 1st 2015, 6:37am

All right, all right, all right! (As McConaughey would say)

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