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Holy Hallucinations 38

37,567 views 9 months ago
Well, I suppose I just couldn't stay away. Thanks to all those who sent me such kind words of support and encouragement in both comments and PMs. It's likely that without them this video would not exist. I've enjoyed my break, and I think I've learned the value of taking things a little easier. These videos take an incredible amount of time and effort to make, and I think I will be easing off the accelerator in the future. Thus while it's likely that this won't be the last HH, please be patient with me as the gaps between episodes will probably be a lot larger than you've been used to in the past. Thank you for your patience and, as ever, your kind and undeserved support.

Anyway, for this episode, I thought it most appropriate to sodomize the PPSimmons channel again, since it appears that they neglected to accept my counter with regards to their disingenuous debate offer. I think it is highly fitting, therefore, that Pastor Carl's anus pay the price for their cowardice. You can find the stain to which I'm responding here:

The eccentric-gentleman-at-the-end­-of-the-video's channel can be found here:

Scripts to this and all my other videos can be found here:

Intro by the one-and-only ONESPECIES (check him out too!):

"Endless forms most beautiful" quote courtesy of Mr. C. Darwin.

Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony No. 19 in E flat major (K 132)

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