did Unpaid Intern flop?

Ludwin
5 Mar 202419:26

Summary

TLDRThe video script revolves around Ludwig's reactions and insights into discussions happening on his subreddit. He addresses concerns and feedback about his new show 'Unpaid Intern', defending its viewership numbers and advertising methods. He shares his vision for the show's future improvements while valuing audience suggestions. Ludwig also touches upon humorous personal anecdotes, including regifting items, his Japanese teacher's unexpected encounter, and his girlfriend's peculiar food preferences. The script offers a candid glimpse into Ludwig's creative process, reactions to criticism, and lighthearted experiences.

Takeaways

  • 😃 Ludwig is happy with the viewership of 50,000 for his new show 'Unpaid Intern' as it matches the previous successful show 'Mogul Money'.
  • 🤔 Some viewers were confused about whether 'Unpaid Intern' was a live show or pre-recorded, which Ludwig acknowledges as an issue with explaining new show formats.
  • 👍 The subreddit community provided feedback, both positive and negative, about 'Unpaid Intern', which Ludwig appreciates as a sign of investment in the show.
  • 🎥 'Unpaid Intern' is inspired by and has similarities to the show 'Taskmaster', but Ludwig aims for it to develop its own identity over time.
  • 😄 Ludwig enjoyed the dynamic between the contestants and the host Stanz, who he felt embodied the 'Taskmaster' role well.
  • 🔍 Finding suitable contestants is one of the biggest challenges for Ludwig in producing shows like 'Unpaid Intern'.
  • 🤷‍♂️ Ludwig acknowledges some issues like audio problems in the first episode but expects improvements with each subsequent episode, as was the case with 'Mogul Money'.
  • 🧠 While open to suggestions, Ludwig trusts his own vision and critiques more for improving the show than unsolicited opinions from viewers.
  • 😂 Ludwig shares a humorous story about his Japanese teacher inadvertently discovering his YouTube channel and now wanting to collaborate.
  • 🍩 An amusing anecdote about his girlfriend's particular food preferences, like insisting on a 'mid' pink donut despite better options.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of discussion in this script?

    -The main topic of discussion is lwig's new show called 'unpaid intern', which is inspired by the TV show 'Taskmaster'. He discusses the subreddit's reaction to the show, its viewership numbers, advertising, and potential improvements.

  • Why was there confusion about whether 'unpaid intern' was a live show or pre-recorded?

    -According to lwig, it was difficult to explain the format of 'unpaid intern' before the first episode aired. He tried not to directly compare it to 'Taskmaster' to avoid the impression that it was a rip-off. After the first episode, it became easier to explain the show's format.

  • How did the viewership of 'unpaid intern' compare to lwig's previous show 'Mogul Money'?

    -Lwig mentions that the first episode of 'unpaid intern' peaked at around 50,000 viewers, which is comparable to the viewership of the first episode of 'Mogul Money' (around 55,000 viewers).

  • What was lwig's opinion on the subreddit's criticism about the show's advertising?

    -Lwig disagrees with the criticism about poor advertising. He believes the announcement and promotion efforts were adequate, citing the video trailer's views on YouTube and the Clip Channel, as well as community posts and Instagram promotion.

  • How does lwig plan to improve future episodes of 'unpaid intern'?

    -Lwig acknowledges that there is room for improvement, particularly in areas like audio issues. He plans to make progressive improvements with each episode, similar to how 'Mogul Money' improved over time.

  • What does lwig think about the subreddit's suggestions for improving the show?

    -While lwig appreciates the subreddit's investment in providing suggestions, he ultimately trusts his own criticisms and vision for how to improve the show. However, he is open to suggestions for potential contestants.

  • What incident involving lwig's Japanese teacher is discussed in the script?

    -Lwig shares an incident where he walked in on his Japanese teacher having sex during a lesson. One of lwig's viewers recognized the teacher from a YouTube short lwig made about the incident, leading to an awkward conversation with the teacher.

  • What does the script reveal about lwig's girlfriend's food preferences?

    -The script reveals that lwig's girlfriend has very specific preferences for the food she wants, often choosing options that lwig considers 'mid' (mediocre). Lwig has learned to accept her preferences and not be bothered by her choices.

  • How does lwig compare his skills in Geoguessr to NorthernLion's?

    -Lwig believes he is better than NorthernLion at Geoguessr. He describes NorthernLion as being 'book smart' due to accumulated knowledge, while he considers himself 'street smart' and more intuitive in his approach.

  • What confusion arose regarding lwig's appearance at the Streamer Awards?

    -The script does not provide any information about lwig's appearance at the Streamer Awards or any confusion related to it.

Outlines

00:00

🗣️ Subreddit Feedback and Thoughts on 'Unpaid Intern'

The speaker addresses the growing popularity of their subreddit and the numerous posts about their new show 'Unpaid Intern'. They share positive feedback from users, including comparisons to 'Taskmaster', and defend the show's viewership numbers and marketing strategy. They also discuss potential guest appearances and improvements for future episodes.

05:02

🎥 Behind the Scenes of 'Unpaid Intern'

The speaker delves into the production aspects of 'Unpaid Intern', including the inspiration from 'Taskmaster', the challenges in explaining the show's format, and the intention to carve out its own unique identity. They also touch on the appearance of familiar elements from their stream room and praise the host Stans' performance.

10:02

🎁 Regifting Amazon Purchases

The speaker humorously recounts regifting some of the items sent by viewers through Amazon, including a book on using bodily fluids as food ingredients and a mug with an inappropriate message. They justify this by claiming to have absorbed the wisdom from the book and the items being better suited for someone else.

15:03

🍩 Girlfriend's Peculiar Food Preferences

The speaker shares an anecdote about his girlfriend's specific and sometimes questionable food preferences, exemplified by her insistence on getting a pink donut despite it being a subpar choice. He recognizes his role as a boyfriend is to accommodate her desires, even if the food ends up being underwhelming.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Subreddit

A subreddit refers to a specific community or forum within the larger website Reddit, dedicated to a particular topic or interest. In the context of the video, the streamer mentions their subreddit, which serves as a platform for fans and viewers to discuss and provide feedback on their content, such as the show 'Unpaid Intern'. The subreddit allows the streamer to engage with their audience and gauge their reactions to new formats or episodes.

💡Unpaid Intern

Unpaid Intern is the name of a show or format created by the streamer, which is described as a spiritual successor to 'Mogul Money'. It appears to be inspired by the popular British show 'Taskmaster', where contestants participate in various tasks or challenges. The streamer discusses the debut episode of Unpaid Intern, addressing viewership numbers, advertising strategies, and feedback from the subreddit community.

💡Viewership

Viewership refers to the number of people who watched or tuned into the debut episode of Unpaid Intern. The streamer mentions that the show had around 50,000 live viewers, which they consider a good viewership number, comparable to the spiritual predecessor 'Mogul Money'. Viewership is a crucial metric for content creators as it reflects the audience's interest and engagement with their content.

💡Advertising

Advertising, in this context, refers to the promotional efforts made by the streamer to raise awareness and generate interest for the debut of Unpaid Intern. The streamer discusses various advertising strategies employed, such as uploading a trailer on YouTube and their clip channel, making community posts, and announcing the show on social media platforms. Effective advertising is crucial for attracting viewers and building anticipation for new content releases.

💡VOD (Video on Demand)

VOD, or Video on Demand, is a term used to refer to pre-recorded video content that can be watched at any time, as opposed to live streaming. The streamer mentions that while the live viewership is important, they place more emphasis on the VOD audience, as the edited and polished version of the show will likely attract a larger viewership on platforms like YouTube.

💡Taskmaster

Taskmaster is a popular British comedy panel show that serves as the inspiration for Unpaid Intern. The streamer acknowledges that their show is a 'ripoff' or heavily inspired by Taskmaster's format, where contestants participate in various tasks or challenges. However, the streamer aims to give Unpaid Intern its own unique identity and vibe while drawing from the Taskmaster concept.

💡Feedback

Feedback refers to the comments, critiques, and suggestions provided by the subreddit community regarding the debut episode of Unpaid Intern. The streamer discusses various feedback points, such as concerns about advertising, audio issues, and the final task's format. While acknowledging the feedback, the streamer also expresses confidence in their own vision for improving the show in subsequent episodes.

💡Contestants

Contestants are the participants or guests who take part in the challenges and tasks featured in Unpaid Intern. The streamer mentions the difficulty in securing appropriate contestants for the show and expresses interest in suggestions from the community. Finding the right mix of personalities and talents is crucial for creating an entertaining dynamic within the show's format.

💡Format

Format refers to the overall structure, rules, and guidelines that govern the flow and presentation of Unpaid Intern. The streamer discusses the format being inspired by Taskmaster but aiming to develop its own unique identity. The format encompasses elements such as the types of tasks or challenges, the live versus pre-recorded components, and the interactions between the contestants and the host.

💡Spiritual Successor

A spiritual successor is a term used to describe a new work or creation that shares similarities or is inspired by a previous work, while still aiming to establish its own distinct identity. In this case, the streamer refers to Unpaid Intern as a spiritual successor to their previous show, Mogul Money, implying that it carries over certain elements or concepts but aims to evolve and differentiate itself as its own entity.

Highlights

Ludwig expressed satisfaction with the 50,000 live viewers for the first episode of 'Unpaid Intern', stating it is comparable to the viewership of the first episode of 'Mogul Money', which was the spiritual predecessor of the show.

Ludwig acknowledged the difficulty in explaining the concept of 'Unpaid Intern' before the first episode aired, as it was inspired by 'Taskmaster' but intended to carve out its own identity.

Ludwig introduced Daniel Thrasher, a popular sketch YouTuber with nearly 5 million subscribers, as one of the contestants on 'Unpaid Intern'.

Ludwig revealed that he had invited Channing Tatum to be a guest on 'Unpaid Intern'.

Ludwig welcomed feedback and suggestions for improvements from viewers, as it indicates their investment in the show.

Ludwig stated that he trusts his own criticisms and vision for improving the show more than unsolicited opinions from viewers.

Ludwig expressed interest in having guests like Northern Lion, PirateSoftware, and Sam from Wendover Productions on 'Unpaid Intern'.

Ludwig shared a humorous anecdote about his Japanese teacher being caught in a compromising situation, which led to the teacher discovering Ludwig's YouTube channel and expressing interest in collaborating.

Ludwig poked fun at an event called 'Hydration Station' at Arizona State University's Barrett Honors College, questioning why intelligent students need a reminder to drink water.

Ludwig shared his girlfriend's preference for pink donuts, even though he believes they are inferior in quality, and his role as a boyfriend is to accept her choices without judgment.

Ludwig compared his geographic knowledge to that of RainBolt, stating that he is 'street smart' while RainBolt is 'book smart'.

Ludwig defended his decision to announce 'Unpaid Intern' on the day the trailer was ready, citing the video production process and an unplanned time change for the show.

Ludwig expressed confusion over viewers dictating what level of viewership he should be satisfied with, reiterating that 50,000 live viewers was good.

Ludwig addressed a comment about scamming viewers at the Streamer Awards, dismissing it as a joke.

Ludwig concluded the discussion on the subreddit, indicating that he had covered enough content for the day.

Transcripts

00:00

am going to go over our subreddit

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because the subreddit is oo let me say

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popping off a bit folks subreddit

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getting big over here we had a few 700

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600 upvoted posts so if you guys haven't

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already do me a favor please join up on

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the subreddit and if you take a look at

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our subreddit you'll notice quite a few

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posts are about unpaid intern in fact

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unpaid intern thoughts unpaid intern

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unpaid intern thoughts unpaid intern

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review basically a lot of people unpaid

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intern feedback have a lot of opinions

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about unpaid intern so let's take a look

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let's take a look unpaid intern thoughts

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personally one of my favorite shows

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conceptually and with how it played out

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to date but the advertising was straight

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ass had no idea of the format from the

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trailer didn't know if it was even live

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or pre-recorded uh from this and I feel

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like the lower viewership reflects this

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and how late it was announced stream

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ended up being smooth and funny and hope

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it continues and St played his role

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perfectly just advertise better brother

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okay I've seen a lot of this I've seen a

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lot of this and I don't know where the

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[ __ ] the audacity comes from but I

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actually commend you guys for your

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delusion cuz you guys are frankly dulu

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what do you mean low viewership [ __ ] I

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had 50,000 people watching I'm sorry

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jogger nogger what are you rocking what

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50,000 is good I'm happy with 50,000

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what are we talking about here we posted

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the video asset the moment it was

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available cuz we filmed a specific video

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announcement to announce the the show

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itself uploaded it here 1.1 million

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views we uploaded it on the clip Channel

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as well it got half a million views

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that's good I'm happy with that I feel

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like that's a good announcement and then

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unfortunately the day before the show we

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had to change the time of the show to an

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hour earlier outside of my control it

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was something we had to do so I moved

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that an hour earlier I also dropped a

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YouTube Community post post on Instagram

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and here's the biggest piece of info of

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all and I looked this up just cuz I was

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like damn does these [ __ ] have

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a point because that's what you should

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do every time someone critic criticizes

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you you should be like do they have a

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point are they cooking so I looked up I

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looked up the info and if you go back to

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what this show is a spiritual successor

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of let's go back to what this show is a

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spiritual successor of which is Mogul

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money we notice the first episode of

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Mogul money peaked at about the same

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viewership 55,00 ,000 views for the

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first episode of Mogul money at the very

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end so we're doing about as good as the

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show that this is a spiritual successor

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of by the way that Mogul money episode

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did pretty [ __ ] good on YouTube which

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is what ultimately matters cuz like

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frankly I don't care that much about how

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well the video does as a live stream

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with live viewership I care more about

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the much larger audience which is the

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VOD and so the the VOD is actually

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already doing quite well we have almost

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a million people who watched it and then

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I think the edited version which preo is

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going to do a number on will get even

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more views back to you yeah back to you

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so anyway I I don't I've seen this a lot

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but I don't know if I necessarily agree

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with it at all I genuinely didn't know

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if it was going to be live stream now I

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did notice this was an issue I noticed

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some people weren't sure if it was going

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to be a live stream or if it was going

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to be a a video or what have you but I

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think the issue that I realized is that

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it's really hard to explain what unpaid

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intern is without doing one of two

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things one saying hey this is a ripoff

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of Taskmaster which is not what I'm

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trying to do or get a across as a

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message it is obviously inspired by

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Taskmaster which I've said but I think

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it has its own Vibe and will continue to

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carve out its own Vibe and so I tried to

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uh not just [ __ ] lean in to stealing

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or just just relating it purely to that

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and then the second thing is that it's a

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lot easier to explain what it is after

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the first one's been done so now that we

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have episode one done episode two you're

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like oh dude what's unpaid intern You'

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be like oh watch this hello hello

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welcome and then it's really easy to do

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so I think I think that's a general

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issue that you have with the first of

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anything and every future episode will

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be uh easier to explain yeah so I see a

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couple people complaining about that but

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I think that resolves itself and then I

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I I just don't know if I agree with the

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advertising point because I think uh

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ultimately it got as many views as Mogul

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money and I never had that complaint

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with Mogul money unless the argument is

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that I should just be getting more uh

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views why not advertise it weeks in

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advance uh well we filmed the trailer

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for it the week before but it's just a

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lot of work I think you're just

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underestimating the amount of work that

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goes into like a trailer right so like

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we had the concept for the trailer we

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filmed the trailer we got cots there but

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that was also in the middle of like

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filming the tasks and editing the tasks

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down and then doing rehearsal for the

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live show and then also like doing the

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day-to-day [ __ ] but again I'm I'm happy

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with the viewership jobs not tasks jobs

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not tasks the show will be monthly yeah

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jobs not tasks jobs not tasks the show

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will be monthly yeah jobs not tasks

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unpaid inter unpaid intern might be the

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best lwi off friend show yet the format

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of the recorded offline then reviewed

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live is perfect refreshing the little

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Easter eggs and random funny things you

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notice while watching like German in the

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background was good can't find anything

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to dislike hope they continue bro them

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not addressing the barrel of lube was

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hilarious wasn't it cool I don't know if

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you guys watch a show that I think a lot

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of you guys noticed that was our stream

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room that was our stream room that you

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guys bought so I had the bronze wolf we

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had the L Barrel we had the Jesus died

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for our zins we had everything man we

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had everything I could never tell if

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schlatt was genuinely upset or not no I

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think he was fine cuz at the end of the

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day his daddy owns a company Stans did a

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great job Stans did a great a great job

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which I which is what I was hoping would

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happen or you know what what I believed

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cuz he's like such a lover of Taskmaster

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2 that I thought he'd be really good at

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that role and I think he did really well

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I think he was he was funny man I was

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laughing his Wawa joke his Canadian

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aboot joke there were cringe jokes on

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paper but the delivery was so good it

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made me laugh out loud it's great it's

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also Taskmaster he's doing Taskmaster I

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know this on purpose it's 100% yoink Can

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Twisted from Taskmaster without a shadow

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of a doubt but I feel like it will have

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its own identity I think Taskmaster is a

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show that I would never be able to

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replicate just outright like there's no

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[ __ ] way even down to the fact that

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British humor is something that I don't

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think I can capture I just comparing it

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to Taskmaster is because the format but

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I don't think like the actual viewing

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experience and the jokes and what we get

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from it will touch the same things that

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Taskmaster does cuz I just don't think

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we can you know what I mean uh schot was

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funny yep Daniel Thrasher is so hot oh

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if some people I saw some people like

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who's Daniel Thrasher Daniel Thrasher is

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a huge YouTuber guys he's a [ __ ]

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really funny sketch YouTuber let me show

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you an example this is him and I think

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we've watched a couple of his videos on

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stream before I remember watching this

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one where he accidentally writes you

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office theme song that was the one that

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popped off years ago but he's got damn

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near 5 million subscribers uh what if

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you got Channing Tatum on the next

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episode that's you know what that's an

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idea what if I What if I if I just

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simply got shanning Tatum we could we

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could you know I could consider hey this

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is my invite to Channing Tatum right now

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if you are watching this Channing Tatum

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you are invited on to unpaid interns

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unpaid intern thoughts overall I think

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the subreddit is being a bit too whiny

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about the show I loved it I think there

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was audio issues but obviously they know

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about it and we'll fix it stand Dynamic

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with the contestants let the great bits

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if I were to have recommendations I

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would make the final tax more

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interesting than blowing a bubble I feel

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it brings a contestants back to react to

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a video and blow bubbl seems like bad

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use of their time and seeing the [ __ ]

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live would be a blast overall I trust op

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random make improvements here's what

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I've noticed through my career as a

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streamer SL YouTuber is y'all generally

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complain or give room for improvements

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when something's good and that is a good

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thing like I actually have no problem

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like you if you sit on your [ __ ] ass

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and you watch a show and then you're

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like man I would change a live task it

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means you're invested enough in the

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product that you are actively thinking

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of changes you would make to make the

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show better so I've never been bothered

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by that if you are someone who is like

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[ __ ] sitting on your ass you know

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armchair quarterback saying well you

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know what the [ __ ] production company

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should do they should fix the audio

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without understanding like a percentage

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of audio I'm not I'm zero% offended I

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think ultimately it is it is just a a a

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sign off that you like the show enough

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that you want it to get better and I

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also like the fact that the show can and

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will get better cuz if you remember the

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first episode of Mogul money dude it

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wasn't good I mean it wasn't good

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straight it was a bad episode like live

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compared to the last episode and we got

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better every time but we had a bunch of

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audio issues on our first episode of

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mogle money that we resolved and post

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and then we also had like some awkward

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is in the live version the edit down is

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going to be a lot better the same way it

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was for M money for unpaid intern and

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then each Progressive episode will be

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better so I think that's that's all I

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got for that for unpaid intern uh

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obviously it's a version of Taskmaster

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and it won't be close to the original

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show but I thought it was a decent

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attempt yes like this this this type of

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conversation now cidly although I don't

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mind and I you know even I encourage

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people to to give their unsolicited

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thoughts I don't read it or I don't I

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don't put too much stock into it cuz I

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know in my mind better than you what was

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wrong with the show like everything that

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you've thought of for the show I've

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watched the show show over three times

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already and then also lived it I I've

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thought of so I think I have a lot of

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ideas on how to improve it but I'm going

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to run what I think's best as opposed to

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to what y'all think is best don't say

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wow I mean I think that makes sense bro

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Gass us up to tell us our opinions don't

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matter no I'm not saying they don't

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matter I'm saying like I trust my own

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criticisms of my own I feel like I'm

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much harsher on myself than you guys

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would ever be on me and I would trust my

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vision for how to make something better

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if that makes sense you know what I

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wouldn't mind is suggestions for

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contestants cuz that's actually the

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hardest [ __ ] part of my job for it

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basically everything I do ever is

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getting people to do the [ __ ] shows

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germa's a little tough I mean germa

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would be an amazing contestant he'd be

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[ __ ] probably top three people I

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could think of off top it'd be like

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germa Joe Biden and Jack Black if I

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could pick I think it'd be amazing I

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mean I think Joe would be bad but in a

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funny way he's the he's the creative

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director for the show and I don't think

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it it reflected in the credits but like

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he's the guy who comes up with the tasks

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or the jobs [ __ ] the jobs the jobs the

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jobs the jobs I think maybe I think

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there might be a thread if there's not

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already a thread okay don't type it in

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chat right now cuz for me it personally

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has to be chaning Tatum okay I'll lock

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that in mine look don't put it in this

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chat right now cuz I'm not going to

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remember any of this it's going to be

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one year out the other do me a favor

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[ __ ] go go to the subreddit make a

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thread about here are my dream guests

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for the show and then fill the comments

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and then I'll look at it and I will

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actually look at it you know pirate

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software you know what I'd love is like

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a and no I don't mean zero offense I

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mean this in a very complimentary way to

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pirate software I would love like a

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[ __ ] Boomer ass nerdy group like

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Northern lion pirate software Sam from

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Wendover Productions type beat you know

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know what I mean something like that but

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I'm just I'm just saying [ __ ] out loud

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there's I don't have to confirm at all

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what if one of the jobs was paying for

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all the parking in La wow that sounds

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like a million dooll idea I think the

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idea might be too good that we should

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save it for somebody else cuz I feel

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like I would waste such an amazing idea

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lwig regifting our Amazon purchases oh

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okay all right wait are you guys mad at

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me okay all right hold up let me come

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clean you guys bought me a lot of stuff

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on Amazon I lost a lot of bets and one

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of the bets I lost is that I had to make

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a in a bro bro cuz I lost a $1,000

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mystery box of American things and so

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you know I had some basic things like I

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got him a denim jacket I got him a

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Celtics Jersey I got him like a

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Pop-Tarts febles bar I got him a gun

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classic American things but I still had

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some room left over and I'm walking

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around my house and I happen to see a

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book on how to use your [ __ ] as an

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ingredient in different foods and I'm

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like I don't want that anymore so I

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threw that in there I happen to see a

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mug that says thanks for all the orgasms

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I'm like I don't need that anymore so I

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threw that in there why not cuz you know

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what I read through the book so much

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that I feel like I've already absorbed

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all the wisdom it has to offer I feel

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like it is better for someone else to

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have it now you know cuz I feel like

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I've already down I already have a good

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download on it I could you repeat a

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recipe yeah there was actually a flan a

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Spanish style FL where they used a bit

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of comant which is sugar you got to

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caramelize we don't need to get into

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details you get the idea so I did I did

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reive some Amazon things okay hour my

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brother in Christ he paid for it true

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what do you have to say to that chat

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picked the items and voted them in he

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still paid for them Lau they were his

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purchases to do with what he wished okay

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nitpick on my use of inclusive language

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what on Earth are you talking about I'm

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getting told off and downvoted because

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they use the word hour to refer okay I

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look I guys I don't care about the

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Reddit beef I don't care about the

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Reddit beef I'm moved on from the red

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beef I'm sorry don't be mad at me to be

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honest it's not that surprising he does

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an Amazon stream every six months or so

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and being a Creator at his size

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companies are probably sending him stuff

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all the time at a certain point if he

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doesn't get rid of some of the uh of it

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all it'll start to clutter I know he

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recently auctioned off a bunch of items

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usually what I do is I either wait till

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the end of the year and then I do a yard

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sale we've done that a couple years now

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uh I think last year it was right around

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this time we did a yard sale for me a

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wish we raised $100,000 120k I think uh

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which is a lot of the stuff you guys buy

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I I probably will do the same thing this

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year but I probably will also continue

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regifting some of these cuz I also have

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to make a gift pack for Sea Dog and for

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uh Papa plots I owe a couple of boxes so

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I got to do those to it's actually sick

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he's not just throwing them away you are

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the goat lwig you are my king keeping

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you and never change for nobody you my

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my North SAR I'd be lost without you

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never leave me okay Mom Crusher a little

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bit a little bit heavy a little bit

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overbearing there it felt like lwig was

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asking for help on stream I think I read