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I would like there to be some more dialogue between all of us. Not sure how many of us are registered here but I am guessing there are a lot. Video chat would be nice but given time constraints and working patterns I think that seems a little bit difficult. Maybe we could talk/practice through recorded videos? Heres mine¬†ūüėÉ

PS. Sorry for the messy hair, no barbers open nearby me due to lockdown :P 


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