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No Beard Plaguecast Episode Three: Percy Jackson and The Olympians- The Battle of the Labyrinth


I would say that once they once they announced that the Alamo Drafthouse was going to be closed, that was when this Quarantine situation became official, for our family in Cedar Park. I believe that was Tuesday, March 17th. St Patrick's Day! 

We are now five days in. This is the third video I have been able to upload since then. I promise, they will increase in production quality. On my to do list, for today is to watch some of the many available tutorials on Youtube video creation. I appreciate you coming to my site and watching these videos.

Wherever you are. I hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.

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