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2/25/2020 | 10:50:25 AM
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I enjoyed watching the video with my colleague Belinda and indeed, this is great. It was very informative as well. 
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2/21/2020 | 2:35:35 PM
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I think you're right. This was a great video and learned a ton, eh! Watched it while waiting for the completion of an appliance service and was highly informed.
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