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What was the last video you watched? (2022 Edition)...


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Don't know why I watched this, but I find it somewhat satisfying watching these kinds of videos.
For one, it seemed a lot more relaxed than today, where now everything feels hectic and almost like you have to explain everything quickly because people's attention spans are a lot shorter.
Second, I remember seeing the information/trailers like this back when I was a kid, so there's some nostalgia there:

BBC1 Closedown - 17th August 1992


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i watched on another site the video was much sharper bizarre story surrounding funding and go ahead for production and i thought England was weird


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First to Eleven - Cover of "Monster" by Skillet
(I particularly love that they've got a four year old kid doing the drums for this song, as well as the fact that he's wearing a Metallica shirt. :D)



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I wish I could give this post 10 “winner” reactions, OMG :hearteyes::hearteyes::hearteyes:
I have always loved Bull Terriers.
My breed of choice is Dogo Argentinos. I have 3. I have a Pointer and a Podengo Portugueso Pequeno too (the Pointer and Podengo are rescues.)
Luca, I think you need a Yorkie in your lineup. You know, one to keep the others in line. :cool:


May also contain missing cakes.
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Nerd mode engaged; the vintage car is a flatnose Morris of 1929 The registration number is from Oxford. The WL registration sequence ran from 1926 until 1930.

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