Twinsfest- Day 1

Okay, so I put together a 6+ minute vlog for the first day of Twinsfest. I know that you guys voted for a 9-10 minute one, but I couldn’t get all of the footage off of Sean’s computer where I initially uploaded it to, so I only had enough footage for a six-minute vlog. Don’t worry, though. I have already edited day 2 and the time of that more than makes up for this. Speaking of which, I’m having a little trouble in uploading that video, but assuming I can get it uploaded, that video should be up here tomorrow. Also, I got one comment on Youtube itself, so I figured I’d address it here. The comment was: “Make the videos as long as you can.” So I ask you, people–do you want to see as long a video as it takes to encapsulate what Twinsfest was? I was planning on just making the average between the three between the three between nine and ten minutes, but let me know what you guys think of making it longer or that initial idea in the comments. Anyway, here is the video:

And also, I haven’t started editing the third video, as you may have guessed, so give me any feedback for that one. Or don’t. Your choice.

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I actually talked to (and thanked) Sean last night on Twitter, at around 2:00 am, so no need. Thanks though.

Matt- Oh. Well I was up way past that time, but I have so far stuck to my resolution of not obsessing over Twitter like last year.

Loved the video! The lines look like Dodger Fanfest. They didn’t pose for pictures either. Check out my pics of our Fanfest!

mlblogscatlovesthedodgers- Thanks. The best example of lines craziness is to be seen in the next day’s video. It may or may not invlove a certain Minnesota hometown hero.

Well I appreciate Sean asking, nonetheless.

Matt- If Sean hasn’t seen this comment already, I’ll pass it on to him.

So, I’m not sure if Alex Meyer is being legit, or if he is just saying that he remembers me just to be polite. Either way, next time I meet him I’m going to have to make 100% sure he knows it.

Matt- I’m almost certain he’s being polite. But what I tweeted you *is* correct. He told us to tell you he remembered. To be fair, Sean’s phrasing was a not the absolute most memory-jogging. I would have told him about the interview, but Sean wanted to do it.

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