Depending on your browser and settings, you may need to tell your software that it's safe to play the
video, then confirm it, then cick inside the empty space where it should be playing to activate it, and
then click the "Play" arrow button to start the WMV. It's sad, but that's the world we live in. If you can't
get it going in the web page, you can download the 11MB 4 minute file here and play it locally from your
desktop. This video hasn't aged well at all, and I had to abuse it further to make it 'fit' on the web.

A montage of video clips from late 1988 of Dad helping me move and
repair my new house, along with my close friends. Throughout, he
complains about the video being shot (first by Scott Shapleigh and
later by me). My friends think he's joking around, but I can assure
you, he wasn't. But how glad do you think I am that we made these
movies? I now consider them absolutely priceless, and as I predict in
the video, the value of the movies themselves outlives anything that
was going on in them.

You can also hear Dad griping about the cost of the rental truck.
(Hey, this was the real Bob Tkacs.)

As a bonus, you can hear him whistling "There's a Coach Comin' In"
from Paint Your Wagon about 3/4 of the way into the clip.

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