Travis specializes in making things for human people. Most of the things he makes are digital interfaces, but he also puts effort into crafting next-level beats and YouTube videos about making codes happen.
While we all felt that Travis was a great asset to our team — and really worked hard to understand our products from the point of view of the customer — we also all agree he should shower more often.
Working with Travis was the highlight of my career. Other moments of note were collecting the largest number of paperclips in the office, and winning a trophy for saying "uh huh, and then what?" 30 times in a row to my girlfriend without her noticing.
Yea, I guess hes good at computers or something, but let me ask you this: If a cat always lands on its feet, and buttered bread always lands butter side down, what would happen if you tied buttered bread on top of a cat?
Back in old country only nerds who is playing on computers. Now all bros is wanting to make codes and junk. I lost foot in war. You dont see girls asking me about homework.