Jorge Farah was born in Barranquilla, Colombia, and has spent the last decade falling out of taxis in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a film school graduate, but he hopes you won’t hold this against him. His days are spent writing scripts, putting things in front of lenses, editing video, listening to side A of Disintegration, and reciting lines from Silence of the Lambs to himself, quietly, in a raspy kind of half-whisper, half-whine. It’s unnerving. Jorge’s favorite Elvis Costello album varies regularly; most days it’s This Year’s Model, other times it’s Blood and Chocolate, but it’s also often North, which he realizes would probably raise an eyebrow for most Costello enthusiasts but you know what? That’s a beautiful fucking album and he will fight you over this. Like Kevin, he has seen Costello twice– a festival show with The Imposters in 2005, and a life-changing collaboration with The Roots in 2013. Jorge blogs and podcasts semi-regularly at Every –ist and Every –ism, and he tweets obnoxiously and with no regard for others at @everyist. He knows what he did, and he should apologize.