(If you want to watch the video go to YouTube at The Slanted Lens!) So, I’m here at Salt Lake with Kenneth. We’re going to Tokyo! I am super excited ! I can’t really talk about what we’re going to do there. But we’re excited to be going. We got to the airport three hours […]
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