You know when you find something excellent on YouTube occassionally which has had no views, and you think that it should have plenty of views? That just happened to me:
It's purely class, the track alone is superb, but the video editing make it even better
Very funny, especially the last with the computer shooting him with CD's. Hillarious.
Very clever and well conceived!
BTW, there is another version of this that has 34,000+ views.
Still, not even close to the attention it deserves.
Can't decide if I should send like to my "Mac Daddy" hubby
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