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Tom Merritt blooper reel 2009: Tech Culture

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Tech Culture: Tom Merritt blooper reel 2009

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These outtakes prove that Tom Merritt's smooth-talking ways are a product of clever editing.

>> Welcome to CNET.5 where each time we meet we count down another hot CNET list I'm Tom Merrit. Most of you come to CNET.com to read hello what's up Brain? Just in the middle of a read here, no problem. So maybe another list will be [inaudible]. In its second straight month at number 1 it's an editor choice or as Seth says your money would be better. Put on your rose colored glasses. Now whether you consider the automata of Hafesta's [assumed spelling] workshop the original robot or side with the automic side with the automatic flute player of the nights. This is the best Blackberry going with a greater ^M00:00:46 [ pause in speaking ] ^M00:00:55 >> Sorry ok here we go. What was the number 2 most popular item that's what that should say alright let's do this again. All the way up sorry. Who wrote this crap? Scrappy little Italian who eats mushrooms, pick turtles and never ever stops, kick turtles pick turtles. The bird we are put in mind of here at CNET. Never mind let's do that again. Break the dimensional barrier to go in wide. Fold space in on itself. ^M00:01:34 [ pause in speaking ] ^M00:01:46 >> Alrighty. Charlie's got me all framed up. I've been framed I tell you. >> Actually can you scoot over just a tiny bit? It's easier for me to move you. >> And if you didn't care that it was a power hug hug power hug, we're being positive. 7 steps to effective power hugging. So if you're a customer that bought and received one of these this year one of these you received one of these this year right you just put your pen to paper and send us a little letter about that alright [inaudible sound]. You're dead!

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