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Can you spot the three baby references?
-Merry Christmas ya'll
 
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Good Job, Jason.  Made me laugh a few times.  Your passion is infectious.  You are a good teacher.
 
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Nawww, you're going to make me blush
 
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no, seriously, dude.  A series of super fun quick video's like this is a great idea as a teaching tool.  Make it fun and easy to understand.  Make people want to watch them again and again because they missed something in your quick doodles, because they want to, because they had a blast the first time around.  ...well, maybe you should slow it down just a bit.  Even my relatively schooled brain was scrambling to keep up to everything as you presented it.  

It kind of reminded me a bit of the extremely clever:

THE HISTORY OF JAPAN IN 9 MINUTES:

 
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i enjoyed that. Great job!
 
So there I was, trapped in the jungle. And at the last minute, I was saved by this tiny ad:
full time farm crew job w/ housing
https://permies.com/t/178213/jobs-offered/experiences/full-time-farm-crew-member
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