So last night I was scrolling through YouTube and usually, the videos in my "Recommended" section are pretty predictable. Last night was different. Last night I was introduced to Ricky Berwick and his violin.
Wes McCauley, a NHL referee that now lives in South Portland, Maine, had some fun with the crowd in San Jose as the Sharks were playing the L.A. Kings. They had to go to official review if a goal was actually a goal.
Mike, a co-worker of mine and I were watching this video and we think we kind of figured out the trick. It may not work on everybody, but I think it works on most for a certain reason. If you watch it twice, you’ll probably get it as well.
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You have a great idea...you do a video...you post it...you wait...and NOTHIN'! So, what do you have to do to make it viral? Just what are the ingredients? Well, glad you asked. Check out this (viral) video from Youtuber, Tobuscus...