A ray of sunshine scatters through broken blinds and illuminates a once award-winning arm. Orthopedic Times lauded his limb as, "something out of a Da Vinci painting." It earned him a feature Kill Bill, and inclusion on the poster for one of the WHO's most important blood donation campaigns. However, these are snapshots of a fallen star.
The year was 2020. Twenty-twenty was supposed to represent perfect vision, but we all know that's very different from how things turned out. Much was the same for our young arm model. Work quickly dried up. The industry didn't have time for arms. In the time of pandemic they seeked to feature noses and mouths.
So begins our hero's slide.
He's a DJ now. It was a passion that blossomed from listening to MADWRECK's "4C1D_K1N6" -- a funky and melodic take on Acid house. It was this perfect mix of the best parts of 4-to-the-floor culture that won him over.
Nowadays, you can find that glorious arm fist pumping behind the decks. He plays under the alias, Elbow Tap, the historic origins of which refer back to a common salutation during the pandemic era.
Enjoy your day, class!