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"The original goal was to do one a day for a year. It was a social experiment. Ten years later, we were still doing it."
There doesn’t seem to be anything that Charles Trippy III won’t film and then show to more than 1.4 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.
He posted a new episode of his ongoing online reality show every day from May 1, 2009 to May 1, 2019, earning a Guinness World Record for the “most consecutive daily personal video blogs posted on YouTube.”
Trippy shared brain surgery to remove a cancerous tumor in 2013. Nearly 3.5 million people have watched that video.
He broadcast footage of his marriage proposal in 2016. She said yes. He then broadcast their 2017 wedding.
Fans watched as his wife, Allie Trippy, gave birth to their first child, Remi, last July.
And during this period of stay-at-home to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Trippy is still filming all week and uploading a fresh episode to YouTube each weekday.
“We’re just trying to create some sort of escapism for everyone else who is stuck inside,” the 35-year-old Sarasota native said.
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