• Mike and Steve's Domino Toppling Highlights

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    Wow, it's been three years since I've uploaded a new domino video, huh? Well, this isn't technically a "new" video, either. It's more of a "best of" compilation. I'll try to update you on what's been happening.

    First, Steve and I have pretty much retired from the road. In domino toppling years, we're probably somewhere around 200. It's time to hand things over to these new whiz kids, with their healthy backs, knees, and butts.

    Second, I moved into a new apartment with a much smaller kitchen. This, combined with our different work schedules and family obligations (Steve got married in 2014), limits our ability to make more manageable domino courses at home.

    But still, all of our homemade dominoes are in a closet just to the right of me as I type this. What's stopping me from setting something up, using "screen link" techniques to stitch different parts together? This is part of the reason:


    Without going into too much detail, I really want to work in the field of graphic design again. My current job leaves me too exhausted at the end of the day to haul heavy boxes of wooden dominoes around.

    If you want to help me out, then please take a look at my graphic design portfolio linked above. It's less than three minutes long and isn't monetized. Even if you don't need to hire anyone at this time, maybe you know someone who does. At any rate, more eyes on it couldn't hurt.

    As always, thanks for watching! This highlight reel basically condenses 25 years down to eight minutes. Click the annotations to watch the full length versions of each course.

    Mike "mazeguy" Perrucci
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    Thousands of homemade dominoes are set up to create mosaics and trigger stunts.
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    Our earliest domino courses from the 1990's.
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