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Cloud Computing: Furloughed sports commentator starts covering scenes from everyday life

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Without live sports, what’s a rugby commentator supposed to do during this coronavirus situation? If you’re the brilliant Nick Heath of London, England, you bring your work skills to your everyday life. Over on Twitter, he’s been sharing videos he shot around his neighborhood — made better with his hilarious commentary! (Buy this man a coffee.)

Well, Twitter you’ve only got yourselves to blame. 😋

At 17 I wanted to be a broadcaster.

At 22 I wanted to be a comedy writer.

At 31 I wanted to be a commentator.

This is what 29-31 looked like when comedy met sport in my hybrid of all sporting voices, “Nicholas Fumble” .

— Nick Heath (@nickheathsport) March 19, 2020

Thanks, Veek!

(The Poke)

image via Rugby Media





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