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Live interview with Ross on Twitch!

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Youtuber ValveNewsNetwork (Tyler) is interviewing Ross LIVE on Twitch right now! Iguess the interview will be avaliable at the same link afterwards, here!

 

http://www.twitch.tv/valvenewsnetwork

''Almost everything–all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.'' - Steve Jobs

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Dang! Missed it. Hoping that interview will appear in ValveNewsExtras soon. I'd like to hear how Tyler interviewed Ross and the content.

Welp, now what?

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From what I did see, it seems a lot of questions from the Twitch chat was asking for Ross's opinion on *insert game here*. While I like the idea of letting the community make questions for your interview, it seems doing that live isn't such a good idea. Well, that or Valve News's fans lack imagination. Mind you, I might have simply missed all the good questions.

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From what I did see, it seems a lot of questions from the Twitch chat was asking for Ross's opinion on *insert game here*. While I like the idea of letting the community make questions for your interview, it seems doing that live isn't such a good idea. Well, that or Valve News's fans lack imagination. Mind you, I might have simply missed all the good questions.

 

I did ask Ross about his opinion on the Trans-Pacific Partnership being negotiated by the obama administration, th UE and like 20 other countries. I also asked Ross if he had ever had oxycodone/2 shots of vodka for breakfast, and he laughed his ass of when he read the question but Tyler didn't ask him.

 

Btw you can listen to the whole thing right here: http://www.twitch.tv/valvenewsnetwork/b/670170942

''Almost everything–all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.'' - Steve Jobs

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