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Ultimate Formal Video to Chris Pirillo Lockergnome YouTube Channel

This video is brought to you by: http://www.pcmichiana.com Chris Pirillo, one of the most prominent YouTube "geeks" recently posted a video entitled, "Want to Get Popular on YouTube? Watch This Video!" During this video, he appeals to the creative geeks out on the web who can either make videos or write blogs discussing the subject they are geeks on. I gave this some thought, no really, I spent hours making this video in response to his request *coughs* sarcasm *coughs*. In this wonderfully edited and spectacularly written and acted YouTube video, I portray just what the biggest geek strengths of Craig Chamebrlin really are. There are few YouTube videos that can match in both quality, lighting and sheer brilliance as this one. If you doubt it, then you are probably another YouTuber who is extraordinarily jealous of the sheer magnitude of awesomeness this video portrays. I will submit this video to Chris Pirillo in the hopes that he will not simply decline it out of jealousy, rather see the amazing epicness of it's sharability. It is unlikely that any man's ego and pride can possibly be swallowed in response to such quality. I will submit it none-the-less. All of that aside, I am extremely grateful to Chris Pirillo for giving us geeks the opportunity of being portrayed on his channel. I truly believe it is a win-win for both parties involved. Chris is not one of those individuals you need to sell yourself out too in order to make videos for him, he looks for something genuine. If you are a fan of PCMichiana, swing by his channel and let him know you want my content to be published on lockergnome! Thanks for stopping by. Chris Pirillo's Website: http://chris.pirillo.com Chris Pirillo's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/lockergnome
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