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Now Red Bull Is Trying to Kill You!

I've decided -- in the interests of safety -- to encase myself in a hermetically sealed plastic bubble so as to avoid encountering anything that may be possibly harmful to my health.

But what if I fall in love?


  1. I note the can is open, which means (a) he is drinking the fucking thing while warning us it could kill you, or (b) he dug one out of the garbage. Both options douche me out. Also, please fire your sound guy. The video starts with what sounds like an 18-wheeler passing by.

  2. Spencer is going to get sued by Red Bull - clearly using the Red Bull brand in a marketing video...who will be the plaintiff's lawyer, who will defend him...inquiring minds want to know!!!

  3. No one can hear him so it doesn't matter anyways.


  5. Helping the homeless on the weekends and advocating for gay marriage... while still running a law firm and trying cases. You can trash Aronfield all you want but who else in town is doing this kind of stuff?

  6. Hey Now: And now he is going to get sued in Spanish?

  7. Sound on the spanish video esta muy bueno. Aronfeld seems like a stand up guy... he just likes to create content.


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