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    Some OutTakes from past videos...

    Just somethings to laugh at......

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    Oh so you have them days too? All we can do is sit back and laugh when it happens and it will happen.
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    yeah just glad Im not the only one..... We all have those days
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    LOL! That's a great video. Thanks for posting!
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    I love to see the bloopers!! Most people don't understand how hard it can be, somedays, to make a simple video.
    I've always enjoyed watching your videos!
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    Enjoyed the video. Makes me wonder how many blooper video's you have that your not going to let us see. Like burned hands, smashed fingers, cursing to let off steam. You know, normal stuff.
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    Gilly, those are in the X-rated file...


    That's also why there will never be a webcam in my studio....
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    Those are great. That's pretty much how I always am in front of a camera. I do filming and editing but prefer to be behind the camera lol
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