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Are you the best in the world at doing a really dumb and pointless act? If so, you could reach internet fame by showing off record breaking acts like: the fastest juggling piano player and the most toothpicks ever in a beard. Brett Erlich teaches you how in this week's Viral Video Film School.
"Viral Video Film School" has been a recurring segment on Current TV since 2006. In each episode of VVFS, Professor Brett Erlich teaches you valuable skills in the discipline of viral video making. So sit down, take notes, and try not to piss him off. For more Brett: watch Current TV, visit http://current.com/vvfs, or follow him @BrettErlich.
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