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Yeah bruh! The breakfast commentary was on point! Keep it up! 
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No doubt. I appreciate the comment Man. Seriously. I make these videos for you guys...
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Starting your own business??
If you're making any of these mistakes, your business will pay the price.
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C'mon Bama!!
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ended perfectly!
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I miss u prof! One of his great tunes.
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Yeah...I wouldn't be trying pranks on cops...
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First of three performances this MLK weekend.
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B-G-O!!
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Do you have 10 minutes? If so this is a great TED Talk about how to speak if you want to be heard. Good for public speaking and great for everyday speaking!
Have you ever felt like you're talking, but nobody is listening? Here's Julian Treasure to help. In this useful talk, the sound expert demonstrates the how-to's of powerful speaking — from some handy vocal exercises to tips on how to speak with empathy. A talk that might help the world sound more beautiful.
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How Big Bird Works

Big Bird was originally designed by drawing from Jim Henson and built by Kermit Love in 1969. The Big Bird performer is completely enclosed within the costume, and extends his right hand over his head to operate the head and neck of the puppet. The Muppeteer's left hand serves as the Bird's left wing, while the right wing is stuffed and hangs loosely from a fishing line that runs through a loop under the neck and attaches to the wrist of the left hand. The right hand thus does the opposite of the left hand: as the left hand goes down, the right hand is pulled up by the fishing line. For some of the Journey to Ernie segments, a second puppeteer (usually Jim Martin) controls Big Bird's right wing. He is concealed by dressing in a body suit the same color as their chroma key background (something that obviously cannot be done on the main Sesame Street set).[citation needed] Big Bird's body suit weighs ten pounds, and his head weighs four pounds. According to writer Louise Gikow, the heat inside the suit is "unbearable, and it's extraordinarily difficult to hold Big Bird's head."[6]
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I'm a teacher, a musician, a thinker and a organizer (totally Left Brain). I am a Part-time gamer and tech guy that often gets lost in Best Buy! I LOVE movies of all sorts and could spend days watching them ALL! Family time is important to me and I want to make sure we make every moment count. I watch all sports and yes I'm the 'screams at  TV  when sports is on guy''. 

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Wonderful wife and beautiful son that means the world to me! KKY Fall 2007 Iota Beta Alcorn State AEA 101023~Don't Die Wondering~
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