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Sixteenth anniversary!

March 22, 2012, 11:49 PM

So the Video Journal that I did for Schumin Web’s sixteenth anniversary was a bit more challenging than most that I’ve done. First of all, though, here’s the video:

In this video, I discuss the site’s anniversary, how things are changing on the site, and how I’ve changed in the last year as well with my weight loss and all. Check it out. I’m sure that you will find it quite interesting.

However, this video was a challenge to make. As mentioned in the video, this was my second take. During the first take, a helicopter showed up and was flying over my neighborhood, making a whole lot of noise and driving me to complete distraction, to the point that I couldn’t continue and had to stop.

All I have to say is that if this is how the next year is going to be, I’m going to look like Lex Luthor by the end of it, because I’m going to pull the rest of my hair out if this sort of stuff keeps up. If it gives you any idea, this is what I looked like when my annoyance reached its peak during the blooper video:

Annoyed about the helicopter flying around outside

Yeah.

Web site: The original Video Journal, choppers and all. I had to stop.

Song: The sound of a helicopter flying overhead...

Quote: So happy sixteenth anniversary to Schumin Web! Let's hope that things get better from here.