— Hi, I'm doing a video. I'm wondering if you would take your clothes off for the video?
— Sure, do you want to do it here? Come in. Come in Steve.
— I think there might be a problem with the light.
— (whispering) I'm embarrassed. It was too fast.
— No, it should be OK.
— Come in. Come in Steve.
— Hi Sacha. I'm doing a video where I'm asking people to take their clothes off so I'm wondering if you could take your clothes off.
— Sure. Can I keep my boots on?
— Well, sure.
— Well this is an interesting way to start the day off. I kind of like these shorts. I figure I'll keep them on.
— Well, that's acceptable I guess. Let's change places though because you're pretty harshly back lit.
— Uh, hi Jack. I'm doing a video where I ask people to take off their clothes so I was wondering if you'd take off your clothes for the video.
— OK, sure. So just start taking off my clothes?
— Hi Steve.
— Hi Robin. I'm doing a video where I ask people to take their clothes off and I was wondering if you would take your clothes off for the video.
— Sure, I'd love to.
— Hi Steve.
— Hi Robert. It looks like you're busy but I'm doing a video and I'm wondering if you could be in it.
— . . . but I have been really bad about it because, because I, don't feel strongly about submitting it, but they are an incredible group of people to work with. I have nothing but praise for their project officers, the work they do and how they're worked with us. And I cannot say that . . .
— Like wise they were very complimentary not only about you, but in general about the organization.
— So the other thing is that I should be getting them in on time.
— OK. So do I set that?
— It is fairly easy to do. It's a matter of — occasionally — like I'll get this, they want, the next will be July 10, and Barr and I will be . . .
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