Mike and Sue – An Introduction to Worm Composting

Mike and Sue – Introduction to Worm Composting
by: Bentley74

I recently learned about a fun video creation site called Xtranormal, and decided to try it out today.
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Not sure if “Mike and Sue” will end up becoming a regular series here – but I certainly had a giggle or two making the first installment, so ya never know!

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Comments

    • Sharon
    • December 19, 2011

    OMG that was funny. I actually though I would hear your voice but the way they put emphasis on the wrong syllable/work was too funny. I liked the cricket too lol.

    • Rich Yarger
    • December 19, 2011

    This is freakin’ HILARIOUS! B – you have GOT to keep this series with Mike and Sue going! I think you are really on to something here with educational type videos that are fun, funny, and very informative! Great stuff as always! 😀

    • Laura
    • December 20, 2011

    HI Bentley

    Glad to see you around again. Any idea when we will be receiving our Complete Guide that we paid for in August 2011?

    • Bentley
    • December 20, 2011

    SHARON – Glad you enjoyed it. You CAN in fact use your own voice if you want, but I knew it wouldn’t have nearly the same effect as the artificial ones.
    ——
    RICH – I DID enjoy putting it together, and ever since I’ve been having lots of different ideas for future episodes/lessons. It’s a lot easier/faster to put together videos like this than my usual ones, so I could definitely see myself continuing with the series. Thanks for the encouragement.
    ——
    LAURA – I am indeed starting to get back into the swing of things here. It’s been an incredibly challenging fall to be totally honest, and while the Pre-launch was a HUGE help (for which I feel incredibly grateful), I still found myself scrambling to try and keep things afloat. Unfortunately, that meant having to temporarily put my focus elsewhere – certainly NOT how I had hoped things would play out. I provided one status update re: the guide, and was intending for my next update to be the announcement that it was ready for launch.

    Anyway, the “good” news is that it should be ready in January, along with some other resources I have not talked about yet. Really sorry for the delays, and thanks so much for your patience thus far (you are the first person to even ask about it – I’ve certainly deserved AT LEAST a few tongue-lashings by this point)!
    If you (or anyone else) have any further questions/concerns please don’t hesitate to drop me an email any time.
    8)

    • Mark
    • December 20, 2011

    Great work Bentley, as always!

    • Steve L.
    • December 20, 2011

    Thanks for the laugh… really funny dialogue. I loved hearing your word choices and the synthesized Christopher Walken accent. A great outlet for your message and humor.

    • Paula
    • December 20, 2011

    I love it! Yes, please keep the Mike and Sue series going! They sound like the voice that “reads” my text messages out loud.

    I’m indirectly participating with worm composting … saving all my scraps for Neil’s little critters. The volume that I accumulate during the week is amazing. Trying to keep the worms happy, healthy, and well fed!

    • Bentley
    • December 21, 2011

    Mark | Steve | Paula

    Thanks for the encouragement – I will definitely be creating at least a few more Mike and Sue episodes. It’s almost addictive making these things! haha
    8)

  1. This is probably the best brief explanation of worm composting I’ve ever heard!

  2. LOVE it Bentley!

    “I’m so excited and I just can’t hide it” and then the cricket sounds…..
    I was crying laughing.

    Keep ’em coming.

    • Bentley
    • January 2, 2012

    Thanks, Cassandra and Liz!
    8)

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