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The Fox, what does he say? So what's your soundtrack? How do you like that? So what's your soundtrack? Mr. Bonilla was a U IDE, as well as a freelance engineer and strategic director, and is currently Chief Technology Officer for a VR startup. Denis is a trendsetter and thinker who draws inspiration from people who believe that the universe can be transformed one big thing at a while.
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How about Fuchs? Virtual videotape ignites dissension
How does the Fox feel about that? This is an age-old issue that the Norvegian couple Ylvis tries to solve in their latest music film. This group consists of Bård and Vegard Ylvisåker, and to put it bluntly, they are strange. Amazingly, the film has already had almost 2.5 million hits since it was submitted three nights ago - and the number is rising.
However, perhaps the most fascinating review there is comes from popular science, which tears Bård and Vegard's theories apart in a thought-provoking Dan Nosowitz paper. Bård Ylvisåker and Vegard Ylvisåker! I think we can come up with something more scientific and see many foxes.
Reviewer may be right, because what does a blonde-haired Norwegian puppet and puppet comedian know about them? Do they naïve think they can alter the way the worid sees the chestnuts by just making a smooth 3-minute YouTube film? Watch the below footage, continue your research and choose if you want to sponsor Ylvis.
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