My father is retired, About 2 years ago, I got him to use sociai media, like youtube. I expected him to just comment on videos, but then one day he started to make videos. This was very odd as this sort of action was far from his comfort level.
Any who, I am a bleading heart progressive, athiests. My dad took me to church every week and is a bleading heart republican. We are the odd couple.
I want to share the videos my father made, as I think some people may enjoy them. As he speaks to many opinions here on Pats fan, with the current rumbling on the board as of recent.
I don't think many will have the ability to watch the videos, but just understand that this is a man who, doesn't know much about making videos. In the end if you take the time to watch, I think you would tend to like his point of view.
The Next Big Crisis - Part 1 of 5.wmv - YouTube
The Next Big Crisis - Part 2 of 5.wmv - YouTube
The Next Big Crisis - Part 3 of 5.wmv - YouTube
The Next Big Crisis - 4 of 5.wmv - YouTube
The Next Big Crisis- Part 5 of 5.wmv - YouTube
Re: My Dad
Glad your father has found some cool stuff in retirement..
Do not want to criticize, but narration would be helpful.. slower progression through the latter charts, and bigger print..
Good job, quite creative.
Re: My Dad
Agree with DarrylS a voice over would be good. OTOH much better than I could do, since the only thing I know about youtube is how to play the vids.
Re: My Dad
mad props to any retiree who can put together a video like that.
Your pops NEEDS to narrate this and guide the viewer through his mantra.
If you need help....I know a few peeps
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