I had a lot of fun leading on some scammers recently. I tied up roughly an hour and forty five minutes of their time hoping they were convincing me that the SSA had warrants out for my arrest and there was criminal activity happening on my SSN. They then “transferred” me to speak with the US Marshals service. They wanted me to send them $2000 to prove who I am using gift cards and that a uniformed Treasury officer would return the money in person after confirming my identity. I was able to use a second phone to video recorded about an hour and a half of it. It’s damn comical how I kept them on that long. So here’s a question I’m posing to you guys: since there are some dead spots or basically silence sometimes for minutes at a time should I edit the raw recording and string the sound closer together or leave it raw in its entirety? I do have to blur out a few things as to not share any local addresses or business names that are displayed in the background. Is there a great editing tool for that? I have a MacBook Pro that I’m learning to use. In the end I’d like to upload it to a new YouTube channel I’m starting for scam caller recordings I make. Thanks!!!
Plumbing codes change from time to time. In this photo it was the last day that this underground pipe configuration was allowed. The change was that horizontal vents below flood level will no longer be acceptable and that “wet vents” would take their place in order to reduce vents clogging during a sewer backup. This was a sewer system converted to an “overhead” sewer to stop city backups from occurring within this home. AAFB6274-47F6-4B44-8331-ABF934C3CC50
Working on content for my new YouTube channel. Raw video is good but I realize in some cases it’s perfect and in others editing makes for more sense when trying to teach plumbing repairs when they take 30 minutes or more. Anyone have some editing tools they love on the Apple platforms like MacBook Pro or iPhone?
Recent piping repairs made to local pool. My new channel will not include these types of plumbing projects but I’m going show show people how they can fix normal use plumbing fixtures at home without having to call out a plumber.