So I downloaded another video editing program. Windows Movie Maker just never decided to cooperate with me.
Anyway, somehow I found some old voice memos that i thought I lost. They were sort of about my travels last year, but a lot of it’s also just me being down and out and whining into my ipod.
The plan was to upload those back then, but having just found them I’m just using it as a way to try out the new software. By all means you should go watch something better like that new Psy video, or that news guy cussing in his mic, or just some Nic Cage rage montage.
I did add a thumbnail of a squirrel to make it a little more interesting…
Anyway, no idea if this’ll post so *fingers crossed* and more real videos coming soon if this works out!
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