Jbenito suspects the dancer is Janet Jackson’s former dancer, Rob Vinson. Could it be? He isn’t on Twitter, so I’m not sure how to reach out to him. Mya is on Twitter, but did not respond when I reached out to her.
As my Bounce Patrol post is still one of my post popular posts ever! I thought it would be fun to lean into that for a moment. Plus, enough time has passed since the above video was posted. October 30, 2016, so a bunch of time has passed. This is probably the last video of theirs that I really saw, besides maybe playing whichever was their most current video at the time to Walker Dennis, to see if it registered with him. He didn’t seem all that interested, but that’s the difference three years can do to a youngling.
They made the video as a thank you for their first million subscribers. Now they are at 26.1 Million!
The questions they answer are :
How did they get started?
How did you all meet?
Who makes the most bloopers and outtakes?
Which videos were the most fun and which were the most difficult to make?
Do any of them have kids and do their kids watch the channel?
What is their favorite song that they have performed?
What are they going to be for Halloween that year?
Was it hard for Rachel to dance when she was pregnant in Mommy’s Got a Baby in her Belly?
Do they write their own songs, come up with their own choreography, and edit own videos, or is there a secret team who does all of that?
Do you hum your own songs while you are by yourselves?
How long does it take to create a video, from start to finish?
What makes each of you happy?
Alyssa and Jacinta are my favorites. Fun to see Shannon in front of the camera.
They seem to have slowed down on original videos, but good for them for making as many as they did! Two videos a month is still pretty impressive, even after starting on December 31, 2012, so just a year earlier than Walker was born, so we got into it at the perfect time.
I thought there was a quick way to see how many videos they have uploaded, but maybe that’s just something one can see on one’s own channel? Oh, the app on my phone shows the number, 200 videos! Which doesn’t seem right, but it must be!
I am still mostly making Fortnite videos and Walker Dennis and I have started making Mario videos on a more regular basis.
I also play the Playstation Plus titles every so often. We’re hitting a pretty good stride over there.
While looking up when we started making videos, our first video went up on June 30, 2019, which is crazy as I started this blog on June 30, 2013. There’s just something about me that gets really creative five days after my beautiful wife’s birthday, I suppose.
Our next YouTube goal is to get to 150 subscribers, so if you would be so kind to come over and subscribe, we would really appreciate it!
Our Top Four Videos are :
Buying Batman Caped Crusader Pack in Fortnite!
2. Iron Man Attends the Rift Tour in Fortnite!
3. Kitty Pryde in Lego DC Super-Villains “S.T.A.R.S. in Your Eyes”
4. First Victory as Doctor Strange in Fortnite!
Those are the videos with over a thousand views. The Doctor Strange video is probably closer to the quality of video I am making now. I finally figured out the mic levels as well as how to create the thumbnail instead of relying on Share Factory to hopefully pick a decent one or at they very least, having two other options that are usable.
Does anyone know if PS5 has Share Factory or the ability to record hour long videos? Not like we have plans to actually buy a PS5, but those would be my two biggest concerns with continuing the series.
We are pretty proud of our content and almost at 900 videos, so hopefully there’s content for everyone to enjoy somewhere in there.
But if you could please subscribe, that would mean a lot to me.
I have been thinking about the upcoming anniversary post and I can’t believe the blog still gets pretty regular views on a daily basis, thank you again for coming back or discovering the blog. I really appreciate it!
I really need to get the Platinum for Lego DC Super-Villains, but those levels are so long, but if I just played one a night, I should have it done in a month. I finally completed all of the map quests, so its just a matter of doing it now.
From the team that brought us XCOM, brings us Midnight Suns, coming March 2022.
I was watching the trailer :
Thanks to Playstation for hosting the trailer!
My excitement peaked at the 1:29 minute mark with Magik appearing!
Twitter user, @Toxic_Daybreak took some great screen caps
They capture Magik with not only a Warlock pin but also a Lockheed pin! Let’s go!
If they can somehow incorporate Lockheed into one of her moves, that will be the only move I use and will keep reusing it as soon as the cool down occurs.
Magik is never going to leave my team.
I’m going to be using Magik and Wolverine as my permanent cast and then Iron Man if Walker is in the room with me.
The cast is : Doctor Strange, Magik, Iron Man, Wolverine, Nico, Ghost Ridder (Robbie), Blade, Captain America, and Captain Marvel, with a new character, The Hunter, that we customize. I’m going to try to make a Kitty Pryde and call it a day.
We get a gameplay trailer on September 1, so hopefully the game isn’t too much like XCOM. The developer, Firaxis Games, is stating it won’t be like XCOM as it is a tactical RPG, but I’m not sure what that really means as looking at hte list of games, I do not believe I have played any of them, much less heard of them.
But I am planning on getting this game and following the heck out of it, so there’s that.
Not thrilled that 2k is publishing it, but hopefully the mini-transactions are not too much or game breaking. They probably going to find this post and figure they can get at least ten dollars out of me with a Lockheed upgrade.
I was hoping by now that someone would have made a gif of Magik’s moments, but we’re not there yet. If you see one, please let me know.
Are you getting the game? Are you super hyped? TMNT : Shredder’s Revenge and Marvel’s Midnight Suns are the only games I’m planning on buying on launch day. I’m hoping Shredder’s Revenge is a 2021 game, but if it is 2022, then that’s what it is.