Sights and sounds of Michael Kanellos Video
Sights and sounds of Michael Kanellos Video Transcript
[ music ] ^M00:00:03
>> Hey Tom.
>> Hello, I'm Michael Kanellis for News - [inaudible] [ laughter ] ^M00:00:17
>> I love that noise. [ music ]
>> This is Michael Kanellis at news.com trying to convex, more like eight ninety nine compact sport trainer. [inaudible]
>> Come on, come on.
>> This is a baby dispenser.
>> Oh my God.
>> That's twenty eight seconds to [inaudible]. [ music ] ^M00:00:44
>> Here it comes, okay. Relief.
>> Oh no you just turned it down. [ beep ]
>> As you've just seen, [inaudible]. [ laughter ] ^M00:01:04 Toxic waste just gets me going, I'm sorry.
>> Here we go. [ music ] ^M00:01:11 [ laughter ] [ background music ]
>> But it's one of the great gifts this holiday season. [ beeps ]
>> It feels different than a gas sports car, you don't have that lurching. And it can make cruising along like we're doing now at thirty miles an hour actually quiet and [inaudible]. [ laughter ] [ music ] ^M00:01:40 [ background music ]
>> How do you like that?
>> Fun, best forklift I've ever ridden.
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