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VanHammer and Engineer Jeff's Adepticon road trip

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This year was the first time in a loonnnnng time that I was able to book a trip to a convention. My buddy Van and I decided upon Adepticon this year and we ran into a bunch of our online friends from YouTube and Google+. We recorded some video of the trip and I made a playlist on my channel..


Check it out and let me know what you think??


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