This is pretty much the same as the last video I uploaded. Apologies for the repetition, but I spent half a day creating and putting on the simple sound effects, and creating and editing in the music, and then the first version for no reason I can fathom came out without these sounds. I have now spent another half a day creating a file that plays the sounds, and even though the sounds are not great or completely necessary, I'm damned if I'm going to have so much of my labour wasted. So, here is the very-slightly-better version.
So, here I am again, going on about archaeology. Yes, you will if you are a subscriber probably see me wearing this much beige quite a few times.
When shooting it, I had no idea that the last bit would ever make me laugh. The joy of context.
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