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I find that I don’t really need captions to follow this, tho I’m sure I’m missing out on some funny stuff. But this is visually entertaining on its own merits…

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  1. I love her stuff. I wish it were captioned so you could hear the funny stuff but more for the educational stuff. She’s amazing!

  2. Laura says:

    I love love love this. And I wish I could write a transcript of her speech but omg she speaks sooooooo fast, it would take me forever. (How about writing her? I’m pretty sure she has this written out and then reads it. There must be a script somewheres.)

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