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Topic: New Bairefoot Commercial
Message: Posted by: Bairefoot (Aug 10, 2011 12:17AM)
This is the Commercial for the Christian Campground that I have performed for the last two years. Hey fellows I thought I would share with you the commercial Lakewood Campground will be using. http://youtu.be/BJDGHRxgwuM

Bairefoot
Message: Posted by: guyactor (Aug 10, 2011 02:08AM)
Very nice. Are the shows just 'shows' for entertainment or are there messages with them? I just did ten teaching sessions at another camp in the area but used effects to accentuate a scriptural teaching for the kids. I'm new at speaking so am curious to see how magic is used at camps. Thanks much!
Message: Posted by: Kevin Ridgeway (Aug 10, 2011 07:53AM)
Nice video...only problem I see is your name 'Michael' is misspelled at the beginning of the video.
Message: Posted by: Bairefoot (Aug 10, 2011 09:51AM)
Thanks fellows. Yes that's the way that the person who made it spells their name. I am try to get it fixed. And I do only one magic trick based around the gospel.

Bairefoot
Message: Posted by: Wes Holly (Aug 10, 2011 05:01PM)
Because I don't know, I ask questions ...
Michael - Are you concerned that your adult comedy videos are showing up alongside your church video on the You Tube search engine? The 2 I looked at included off color remarks and non PG jokes. Does a church client still hire you after seeing those? I don't think a comedy club booker cares if you also did church shows, but does it work the other way around?

(The intent of my post is NOT that you can't do both types of shows. Just curious on the effect those videos have on your church clients)
Message: Posted by: Bairefoot (Aug 10, 2011 09:17PM)
Great question Wes. I have not done a complete church show. I am doing my family style rated PG show at the Resort Campground. But, I will look into it. I only do one portion of about 2 min in that show. Also, again I do not do just church clients they normally see my show and book it from there. Thanks for the question hope I helped.

Michael Bairefoot