The State Of Techsus We recently had the opportunity to pre-screen the film Brave before it cane out on theaters and sit down with Mark Andrews for my show The State Of Techsus and pick his brain a bit about the film Brave. Though I'd share the interview here. This is Michelle my co-host asking the questions, be sure and send her some love to let her know how she did.
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