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7:18 PM, Monday July 20th 2020

That would definitely be a good idea, although I'm planning on going through and totally redoing the demonstrations in the coming couple of months, so it'd make more sense for me to devote the time towards doing that instead.

7:24 PM, Monday July 20th 2020

Yeah it's true that fresh new demos would be really nice to have and reduce the number of mistakes dramatically. A simple message at the beginning of each demo can be avoided by people who jump to the task a little bit too fast.

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