This video was kindly filmed by my brother.
So, anyway, I got an early Christmas present on Saturday: a yo-yo. I love it! It's my new favourite toy. For years I wished I could use one, and made characters in my stories able to just because I thought it was so cool. Then, when I finally got one on Saturday, I learned how to do it instantly! Now I can join that fine group of people who use a yo-yo, which includes the Fourth Doctor from Doctor Who, Jim-Bob Walton from The Waltons and Ness from Earthbound (who I don't really know anything about).
It really makes me quite happy, because I never thought I'd be able to use one. Since I can use one of these, maybe one day I'll be able to play piano one day, another thing I’ve often wanted to learn... (yes, I know it's much harder!).
Another new video of me today. Filmed and edited by David Tubb.
You can also read my written account of the same event here (this, having been written closer to the time, is more accurate).
Instead of a written entry, today's blog post will be a video!
NOTE: This is not ALL of my pocket items, just the ones that were in at the time I made this video. Many are not included.
I recently bought myself a little set of panpipes. I can pretty much do nothing with them, but I have made up a very short (fifteen seconds actually) little tune of my own. I wanted to preserve it, and a friend of mine told me to upload it, so here it is:
You may remember that, several months ago, I made a blog entry called Music Suggestions, where I gave ten suggestions of good songs. Today I'm going to suggest ten more for you! I hope you'll enjoy at least one of them.
Of course, as should be quite clear, I do not own the copyright to any of these songs. I have tried to use their official YouTube videos, but it seems that some of them either don't have an official upload, or have an official upload which is very hard to find. Hopefully these unofficial videos will stay up for a long time so that anybody looking at this entry in the future won't be looking at videos that won't play due to having been taken down!
The videos by Some Grey Bloke on YouTube are made as if they were an average middle aged man making an online vlog. Most of them are very funny and he covers a large range of subjects: religion, social networking, relationships etc. Also, there are often videos made about current affairs. Here's a link to the channel and here's one of my favourite videos (based on the past 'Swine Flu' panic):
Second in my friend David Tubb's series of videos featuring me!
The first in a series of videos starring me! This video was put together, very well I might add, by my good friend David Tubb.
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