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Male2: What is that?
Male1: [Laughs] I thought on J.TV.
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Male1: Okay, I do not know.
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Male2: A buck and a half a euro, where did you get all those things? At the bank?
Male1: People buy chips from Europe. I only chips to Europe so they even pay pound to me which I use for fund money or they send me euros.
Male1: Oh! Now I see my picture. I can -- you probably seeing me now huh?
Male 1: Almost.
Male2: Let us see here. It is a little tiny picture here, maybe I could make it bigger. This — make your picture bigger?
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Male1: Holy crap!
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Male2: Man! I am beginning to believe you are going to vote for him.
Male1: [Laughs] she is hot.
Male2: She is hot! That is a good reason. There is a lot of people will vote for it for that reason.
Male 1: Probably
Male2: I have to figure out how to get my video here. My video is tiny.
Male1: So you have a big hippy music party coming up this weekend here. Oh! men, I got to get ready. Three days.
Male2: Three days huh?
Male1: Yes. At the YCC Camp outside the town, between big cabins, a lake, the meadows like commercial kitchen. About a hundred people, continues jam for three days.
Male2: Man! That is going to be awesome! All right, I am in like video settings here, let us see, there is nothing in my videos settings about this size of the picture. You can change the camera, but you cannot change the picture size.
Male2: Look at that.
Male1: [Laughs] Sorry.
Male2: There is no way I can change my picture size. I could show this video here, see, this little video down here.
Male1: It is there a --
Male2: You can hear my TV in the background?
Male1: She looks fair, she look --
Male2: Do you heard from Pat, lately?
Male1: No, he refuses to -- he sent me an email but he refuses to respond if you email him back.
Male2: Oh man! About anybody else in Austin? Have you heard from anyone else?
Male1: No, I think, three weeks ago I called George but I was driving to Cincinnati.
Male 2: Yes, ask George doing? What is he up to?
Male1: He seems to be beleaguering.
Male2: Was he, well, he is always beleaguering. That is nothing new.
Male1: I was going to say he was in a good mood.
Male2: He is kind of gruff, you know. He is a --
Male1: I do not think retirements works well for him. I think he is German worker kind of guy.
Male 2: Well, then he need to do again a volunteer gig or get another job I guess, you know.
Male1: He did get a volunteer job but I think he does not work because at the school anymore.
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Male2: Little buckeyes, Ohio State.
Male2: So you are turning into a big sports fan now?