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Published on 23 Dec 2014 | about 1 year ago

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Behind the Scenes stuff:
Andrew Hales is seen randomly in the video at some points, because he had a microphone in his cart so that we could pick up what the people were saying around him.
We gave out cash from my personal funds, as well as the BW gift cards.
It took 3 days to make this video.
Yep…I speak Spanish! I lived in Veracruz, Mexico for 2 years.

Music: Scott & Brendo
Song - West Coast
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One of my favorite Christmas memories happened when I was a teenager. That year our church was doing a Secret Santa and I told my mom we should buy some things to give donate. I didn't know this, but at the time, money was really tight for us, but we bought some things anyway. I remember on Christmas Eve my mom telling my brothers and me that we shouldn't feel sad if we didn't get a lot of stuff that year, because we didn't have a lot of money. Later that night, someone knocked on our door and dropped off a bag full of gifts for our whole family. I have always remembered that day.

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