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Spastic Colon is applauding the mime videos.
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Ok Paul, i have to make a statement, as your video editor, but also as a clown and mime myself !
Not everybody hates mimes ! Especially mime's mothers !

On that topic, and to proves you that we are far from being outdated, i'm working in parallel of permies videos on a personal how to become a mime dvd.
If some of you are interested to learn this ancient craft and want to save the mime from this terrible cliché going all over the planet, watch this video and drop us your contact. And for the others, you don't want to see an angry mime !

Mime Techniques Revealed

By the way, the guy in the video is Les Bubb, and he is awesome !
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Much to the shock of everyone in my high school, I joined the school mime troop even though I was also Varsity captain of the wrestling team among other things. People had a hard time wrapping their head around how someone could be a jock and the lowest form of nerd in the school at the same time. Still, there is a lot to be learned from mime that applies to other forms of acting. To this day I am better able to express things through simple body language even when I might not otherwise be able to communicate effectively. It is great for any acting you want to do as well.
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