Joe Moses - Actor, Writer, Robotfighter

Apr 17 2014

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wimblywomblys:

Other John Green temporarily loses an arm and exposes his femur (?)! His worried husband, Bald John, rushes to his side.

A classic moment in Wimbly Wombly history as AFC Wimbledon take on Swindon Town.

Is that a femur? Only the scientists of the future know for sure.

It’s a humerus, people.

Hank, we can’t know its name for sure. No one can. This is something we’ll only discover if and when we invent magic machines that can see inside of human bodies, or if parts of human bodies are someday able “survive death” in such a way that it’s possible to examine the bones of a human corpse. Until then, we’ll just have to speculate that it might be a femur.

Technically Hank, John is right. Not because we don’t have that sort of medical technology, but because that tech applies to HUMAN anatomy and not VIDEO GAME HUMAN anatomy. The only way we can truly verify the name of that particular skeletal structure, is to ask the video game designers…right?

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Mar 26 2014
Mar 09 2014
Has #batman finally met his #bane ?
New #JoMoShow video!
 http://youtu.be/g1_Ze-PVxP8

@curtmega @tessanetting

Has #batman finally met his #bane ?
New #JoMoShow video!
http://youtu.be/g1_Ze-PVxP8

@curtmega @tessanetting

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Feb 28 2014
Almost forgot #selfriday ! Just two ducks watching #truedetective

Almost forgot #selfriday ! Just two ducks watching #truedetective

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Feb 23 2014
New #Jomoshow vid over @ YouTube.com/thejoemoses !
The truth about #kidzbop… 
@curtmega @tessanetting

New #Jomoshow vid over @ YouTube.com/thejoemoses !
The truth about #kidzbop…
@curtmega @tessanetting

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The TRUTH about KIDZ BOP

The FULL JoMoShow Tour is available RIGHT NOW: http://jmoms.annarbortees.com/products/the-joe-moses-showses-dvd

Starring:

Curt Mega @CurtMega

Tessa Netting @TessaNetting

Joe Moses @TheJoeMoses

Edited by: Debashis Mazumder @DebashisMaz

Directed by: Sam Moses

Camera: Adam Brunetti @ABrunetti1

Exclusive videos, tour dates, merch, and more:

www.thejoemoses.com

See where I’ll be performing live next here: www.thejoemoses.com/live

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Feb 21 2014
Self portrait in late February. Aka how I spend my time #elaye #selfriday

Self portrait in late February. Aka how I spend my time #elaye #selfriday

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Feb 16 2014
New #JoMoShow video w @curtmega & @tessanetting !
#startrek YouTube.com/thejoemoses

New #JoMoShow video w @curtmega & @tessanetting !
#startrek YouTube.com/thejoemoses

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Feb 13 2014

“Do what you love” disguises the fact that being able to choose a career primarily for personal reward is a privilege, a sign of socioeconomic class. Even if a self-employed graphic designer had parents who could pay for art school and co-sign a lease for a slick Brooklyn apartment, she can bestow DWYL as career advice upon those covetous of her success.

If we believe that working as a Silicon Valley entrepreneur or a museum publicist or a think-tank acolyte is essential to being true to ourselves, what do we believe about the inner lives and hopes of those who clean hotel rooms and stock shelves at big-box stores? The answer is: nothing.

Do what you love, love what you do: An omnipresent mantra that’s bad for work and workers. (via bakcwadrs)

Yeah, my inner life today is no richer than it was when I worked at Steak ‘n Shake.

I don’t think we should measure the value of a person’s professional life by whether they have esteemed or lucrative work. The best formulation of professional value I’ve come across is from Tim O’Reilly: “Do things that need doing.” 

Stocking shelves? Needs doing. Serving food? Needs doing. Collecting garbage? Needs doing. Editing wikipedia pages? Needs doing. Figuring out how to maximize fees on checking accounts? Doesn’t need doing. Engaging trolls on the Internet? Doesn’t need doing. Volunteering at animal shelters? Needs doing.

Ultimately, for me at least, the measure of work’s value is not expressed best by money or love. The question is whether something that needs to be done is getting done.

(via fishingboatproceeds)

Agree completely with John here, but with the caveat that your “job”is not always the same as “what you do.” I worked in a hospital for half a decade to pay for college and my eventual move to NYC to start my “career”

(via fishingboatproceeds)

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Feb 07 2014
Proxy #selfriday via @tadenman #jmoms

Proxy #selfriday via @tadenman #jmoms

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