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originally posted by: karmicecstasy
a reply to: theNLBS
For the first test episode i like it. I thought it was pretty good. There was some slight timing issues but that I am sure will be worked out as you get used to being in front of the camera all the time. I also had some slight audio issues. With the audio being too low in some places and too high in others. Again I am aware this is beta. I am sure those things will be tweaked.
I will be tuning in to see were this goes. I will also show this to my better half tomorrow and post her feedback. She is an average Jane. Who does not visit this site at all. I am sure you are aiming at a wider audience than just ATS members. Anyways thanks for this. Its nice to meet the man behind ATS's social media presence. I was wondering how NLBS tied to ATS. Good luck with everything. I hope you keep going after everyone equally. If you do. I will keep tuning in.
originally posted by: Bassago
a reply to: theNLBS
OK when I first saw (and accidentally clicked) that ad background I'll admit I wasn't too impressed. However after watching the video you've elevated your stature in my eyes and I'll be sure to check the upcoming videos.
Recommendations: don't drop the profanity as it seriously makes a point and work on the BS meter ratings for consistency. Carry on soldier!
originally posted by: SkepticOverlord
a reply to: theantediluvian
I suppose it comes down to surprise level.
Surprised that our President decides to yuk it up with golf buddies after such a sombre message -- yeah, even now.
Surprised that the LA Police Department neglected someone in need who happened to be in custody -- unfortunately, not. Outraged… sadly, not that surprised.
Bush, says Lawrence Knutson – author of the book “Away from the White House: Presidential Escapes, Retreats, and Vacations” – remembered how President Jimmy Carter had basically become a shut-in during the Iran hostage crisis. “[Bush] vowed that no little dictator was going to do that to him,” Knutson says, “and went on with as vigorous a vacation as one could possibly have.”