Looks like I did. This is what my video looks like now on Youtube. With over 6k views. However I did cheat a little….the full story is here http://nicktann.co.uk/2012/10/did-i-do-a-bad-thing/
Youtube took it down and sent me a note…
Regarding your account: Nick Tann
This following video was found in Violation of TOU #4 Section H:
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