Title text: 'So we just have a steady flow of metal piling up in our server room? Isn't that a problem?' 'Yeah, you should bring that up at our next bismuth meeting.'
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This is another in the series of Beret's mysterious business in which Beret shows ponytail around the building in which the company resides after she is hired.
In the first panel he shows her the building and acknowledges that the world will eventually crumble into the soil in the classic strangeness of science. Beret guy continues by showing Ponytail the free bike share which isn't owned by the company and is just some guy's bikes being used.
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- [Beret shakes hands with Ponytail in front of building.]
- Beret: Hi! Welcome to the team! We do business here and we'll turn into dirt later.
- [Beret and Pigtail walk by a set of bikes]
- Beret: This is our main campus. We have a free bikeshare system, at least until whoever owns those bikes finds out.
- Beret: The LaserJet is over there, and the printer is over there. You can't use it right now; it's been printing an infinite-scroll webpage since 2013.
- Beret: Restrooms are all-digital -- no pipes. The wifi is very fast, but cursed. Our server room is carbon-neutral but produces bismuth constantly.
- Beret: You'll be working on our infrastructure, which is currently maintained by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
- Ponytail: ...The songwriter? Is he also an engineer?
- Beret: Nope, huge misunderstanding on our part. Cost a fortune. But he's really nice and it makes karaoke nights fun.
- [Off screen, (presumably) Lin-Manuel Miranda sings.]
- Lin-Manuel Miranda: How far I'll gooo