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posted by birdchick at 4:18 PM
Sharon, I think you might be suffering from 'Bill,bill" overload.
Are you commenting on the size of Bill's bill or that I have a lot of Bills in my life? Gotta love a guy with a name of a bird body part.
You gotta love the cameo of Chet Baker at the end. And he didn't demand his name in the credits? Great promo film. I'm planning out my circle now. HeatherWayne, PA
Very cute, love Bill and Chet! Nice job!
I love that Chet got involved. That video cracked me up. And I caught that searing sarcasm from the Bill behind the camera. Being a Non-Birder, he must really shake his head at the Big Sit. Was that shot during your visit earlier this year? I love that I recognized the yard...I kept thinking, "I know that yard! I know that dog! I know that house!"That family is awesome...I wish I could do the Big Sit this year, but I have a eduactional program to do. Shoot.
Hmmm..Bill I could live with but I don't think Auricular would turn me on....
FUH-nee!! Loved the music!
Hmmm....you know the nerd factor is pretty high in the birding world. It pains me that I enjoyed the video. I am SUCH a nerd.
Excellent, people at the office are looking at me with odd looks on thier faces.Maybe because I'm on the floor laughing.My compliments to all involved, particullarily Cher. Look at what he has to put up with.Ric
Sorry CHET. wish I could type.
This is awesome. We need more videos from our bloggers. Love it! Too bad I'm busy this weekend...
Fun video! And, being a Buster Keaton fan, I appreciate the silent comedy feel of the latter part for the production. Great job!
Awesome! It was nice to see you in action! Can't wait for my Cinnamon t-shirt!
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