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The Most Popular ’98 Seconds with Naomi Lynn’ Videos of 2017

We’ve shot a LOT of ’98 Seconds’ videos this year. And some have obviously been more popular than others. Here are the Top 5 from 2017…

“98 Seconds with Naomi Lynn” videos cover a variety of topics, from a ridiculous news story of a kid creating a GoFundMe Page to pay off his speeding ticket (which he deserved to get), to testing out the “Latest Internet Game,” and everything else in between. Seriously, the topics are pretty random, so you never know what the next “98 Seconds” video is going to be. But it’s obvious, some videos are more popular than others.

This is the countdown of the most popular “98 Seconds” videos that were created in 2017…

 


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Jay Lavery from Sharon Springs, the farmer that went viral after dancing to Sia’s “Cheap Thrills” wanted us all to come together and “Dance United for Peace.” As we got ready for the event, we were able to get some of our coworkers to show of their moves…

 

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Not to be confused with the “First Sentence Challenge,” where you read the first sentence out of a book and people have to guess what book it’s from. No, this game puts you on the spot, and you have to say the first sentence that comes to your mind, whenever and wherever you’re prompted to do so. The first and second time you play the game, it may be hard to get answers out of people, but once people know what’s going on (and they let their guard down), the answers just get better and better.

 

 

People from all over the country travel to see our Red Panda Exhibit at the Utica Zoo, and the zoo even offers these “Red Panda Encounters” where you get the chance to go into the enclosure and feed these adorable creatures. You also go in with a zookeeper who gives you more information about the pandas, a more in-depth look that you can’t get anywhere else. So what’s it like during one of these Red Panda Encounters? We were lucky enough to go in while a couple from Pennsylvania enjoyed their up-close experience.

 

 

Tuesday, March 14th started off as a regular day… That is, until the snow started falling. We knew we were going to get hit by Winter Storm Stella, but we didn’t realize just how bad it was going to be. Once the snow started falling, we decided to measure it with our official “Snow-Measuring Chair.” Over the course of the workday the snow piled up to unbelievable levels. You can see the results in the video below:

 

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Naomi Lynn admits to being terrible at making her hair look good. “Brush it and go” is her motto. So when she learned how to do this quick and easy up-do, and even she could handle it, she wanted to share it with everyone. In the video, Naomi shows you how to create an awesome messy bun look:

 

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