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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvOacp5HIQo

It was a very long weekend folks! A working weekend that is. I decided that come Tavern Night... I'd do something crazy and just have fun.

Hope you enjoy!!

Rannie
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Rannie,

Very very funny. And, as ususal, nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

Mike

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1:30 am here THAT was Hi-lar-E-us
Bravo my sound guru guy friend...
umm
yea,

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What a nice performance!! LOL!! So comical.
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Thank you guys! I thought it would be fun to share. I was also playing around with my Mac and just gave it a shot! Its really great to just go all out... you know, just being your crazy self. Of course I am always "myself" out "There" but this is just the wackier side of "The Boss" this is Rannie here!

Mike,

The knocking of the lecture notes was accidental. I just love using those moments!

Later!

Rannie
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Very entertaining... I like the sound effect
and the trick.... as good as usual.
Nice job Rannie, perhaps we should add more sound effect to our clip lol

Being crazy at night. I wonder what would happen at noon ? Smile
Should be good thou....

Thanks for sharing, cheers
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Rannie!

What can I say? Great performance, even for just 'fooling around', can't expect anything less from you can we? ;p

Loved the sound effects! Especially the springy noise coin vanish!

"Did you hear it?"..."Are you deaf?"

I laughed out loud at that one!

Good stuff brother, as usual!

Take care amigo,

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LMAO!
Rannie, when you sent me the link last night Jean was asleep so I watched w/out sound and thought it was good. This morning I watched it full on and almost sprayed coffee all over my screen! Another killa from Manila! Smile
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On 2007-12-10 09:04, Logan wrote:
Rannie!

What can I say? Great performance, even for just 'fooling around', can't expect anything less from you can we? ;p

Loved the sound effects! Especially the springy noise coin vanish!

"Did you hear it?"..."Are you deaf?"

I laughed out loud at that one!

Good stuff brother, as usual!

Take care amigo,

Logan


LOL I was cracking up the entire time. Did you hear it? Are you deaf? Thanks Boss for the weekly laugh to brighten my day at work =)

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What can I say - wonderful Smile
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Nice performance. You have to have a connection with your audience to be able to pull this off and you have it. I think that this kind of thing would be good for the middle of the show, once the audience has warmed to your personality.

Although it would break the ice nicely, you'd have to have the right people to try it right out of the gate. You know what? This might be a good interlude to put a heckler in his place as well. It would get the audience laughing at his expense and shows them that you have a great sense of humor.

Thanks for sharing.
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Rannie
More great stuff from the enforcer.
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Rannie I loved it! Smile Your a class act and you always make me smile!
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The laugh track is well used - great stuff! Smile
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You are the best my friend. You fooled me.
I love you
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Ruta, WHAT laugh track? That was the sound of the loyal Tavern goers! He really makes all those sounds when he's really warmed up! Smile
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I'd LOVE to play an audience that actually sounded like that!
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I am happy that I was able to supply a daily doze of smiles! Thanks for the opportunity!

Rannie
"If you can't teach an old dog new tricks, trick the old dog to learn."

-Rannie Raymundo-
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Juts an a little info on the audience. There were really lots of laughs from the guys there. And not just the sound effects. LOL! I know because I was there. That vanish with the lecture notes got us off-guard too.
imagine the possibilities... endless...
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