"I'd say I use the fighting more as a remedy to the cubicle existence. I get most of my serious injuries -- back aches, wrist aches, neck aches, headaches, eye aches -- from sitting at the desk. I'd rather have a better story."
California Is a Place, a documentary series by Drea Cooper and Zackary Canepari, excels at capturing a certain California vibe. From skaters to synchronized swimmers, their subjects all tackle life's challenges with an imaginative twist. In Uppercut, programmers from Silicon Valley's biggest companies, like Apple, Google, and Yahoo, decide to start a "legit" fight club. Canepari talks about the making of the series in an interview with The Atlantic.
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