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  • [Zack] Alright. Here we are behind the desk. There's a little monitor over here to the

  • side, so if Cambry keeps looking over there...that's why.

  • -[Cambry] Yeah. I can't stop looking over there.

  • -It's her first time behind the desk...well at least on this side. And today we're going

  • to be doing a little Q&A for you guys. We're doing our self quarantining together. It is

  • very important. Wash your hands and stay away from people during this time. And I hope you

  • enjoy this Q&A. We asked on Twitter yesterday what questions you guys had for both of us.

  • We'll be answering some of those. Do you want to do the snap.

  • -Let's get started. [Snap]

  • [Intro]

  • -Alright. So the first question, Tech With Brett: 'What phone does Cambry use?' Tell

  • us. It's an iPhone 11.

  • -Is it a Pro if it's small or big?

  • -I think so. Yeah, the iPhone 11 Pro.

  • -So I am an Apple fan.

  • -Cambry was part of the Apple ecosystem before I met her.

  • -It was actually our first conversation.

  • -Was it?

  • -It was about how your little text messages were green and mine were blue. And I was giving

  • him a hard time about it. He gave me a worse time about mine.

  • -She's one of those people. Well, you had an iPhone 7 when we first met, right? And

  • it had a cracked screen?

  • -I think it was a 6.

  • -I think our second date or something like that I fixed your screen, right? Or our third

  • date?

  • -Yeah.

  • -One of those.

  • -When I first saw this table.

  • -Uh huh. So since she started with an iPhone, I have since enabled this behavior of hers

  • and someday we might convert her. But iPhones are find for right now, especially the newer

  • ones.

  • -They're user friendly for me.

  • -Let's see what the next question is. 'How did you both meet?' Do you want to tell the

  • story?

  • -I don't know. We have different versions of this story. The short of it is we met on

  • a dating app. Yep. [Laughing]

  • -So we met on a dating app. I saw her...There was kind of a glitch in the dating app and

  • I was...where like if you were outside of your normal range, someone who had swiped

  • on you previously would show up. So I think I was in like New York or something at the

  • time. I saw that she had already swiped on me and I was like alright. Like she is super

  • cute. I want to take her on a date. So I swiped, and I knew we would match because of that

  • little glitch. And my first question to her was...how did I word it? I was like, so if

  • I want to take you on a date how would that work? Which is not the best pick up line.

  • -Yeah. Clearly referring to the wheelchair.

  • -Right.

  • -Yeah. I really wanted to mess with him and come up with some like long explanation of

  • like having to go to the DMV and getting a certain license and then picking me up at

  • a certain time.

  • -And a special van.

  • -A special van...yeah. Then I realized it was just him being cordial and I should respect

  • that and so I just told him we should meet for our first date. I would drive myself and

  • he could drive himself.

  • -Yeah she was like, let's just...we pick a restaurant and we go to it and we meet there.

  • And I was like, oh yeah, that makes a lot of sense. So we did. We actually met...I think

  • it was a Saturday night and we met at a crepe place. We started at 9:00pm and we didn't

  • leave until like 2:00am. We just like talked the whole time and it was kind of...

  • -We were just on the front porch. Like they were closing and we just stayed on the front

  • porch and chatted till 2:00am.

  • -And I think our first couple of dates were like that. We just talked a lot, and you know,

  • the rest is history. Here we are. So we've been married for 7 months now and it's been

  • good. Someone tweeted this: I made this for you, please acknowledge it.

  • -Yeah, you look really pretty. Good work!

  • -It's cool. I don't know if the eye shadow is my color.

  • -We could test out some different colors though.

  • -But it is very creative. Thank you very much for this. 'Can Cambry do a teardown instead

  • of you?' Would you ever want to take apart a phone?

  • -There would be a lot of bloopers folks. It looks intense but I would try it. I'm up for

  • a challenge.

  • -Maybe we'll do that someday. Alright. This one's kind of interesting since we're...for

  • some reason we're on the dating spiel It says: 'Cambry, when you first learned that your

  • future hubby was buying expensive phones and breaking them, what was your first reaction?'

  • -I don't know if I remember the exact moment of that being...I think it was just like finding

  • out that YouTube was your job. And I was like, do you live in your parent's basement and

  • film cats. So that was my initial reaction. But yeah. I just learned more about it and

  • it's a niche job.

  • -She likes it now.

  • -Yeah. I think it's pretty neat.

  • -'Do you buy your phones with your money, or how do you get them?' So I do... there

  • are very few manufacturers that send me retail boxes of their phones. LG used to way back

  • with like the LG G6. OnePlus still sends me a phone in the retail box sealed. But basically

  • I buy everything else. All the Samsungs, all the iPhones, all that. You know, I don't lose

  • money on this YouTube channel thing. Like I...the views that the phones get when I take

  • them apart and do the durability tests on them, more than make up for the price of the

  • phone. So the short answer to that is no, they are not review units. And yes, I do pay

  • for the vast majority them.

  • I don't know why this is like our dating life. I guess it's because you're in it. So you

  • have a bunch of questions. Alright: 'So what is your biggest pet peeve about Cambry?' And

  • then you have to think of one about me too I guess.

  • Okay, so this is hard because when...so Cambry's great. I love everything about Cambry.

  • -You're going to have a hard time picking which one.

  • -But when you live with someone, it's like, there's sometimes little things, little quirks

  • that come to light. And Cambry has this thing...and I've talked to her about this already...but

  • like I'll say something, and she'll say 'what' even though she's already heard what I said.

  • It's just kind of like a filler word. And so if I just wait for a second, then she'll

  • respond even though she already said 'what'. And it's such a small thing.

  • -Well I think it's because I'm thinking about something else and you're saying something

  • and it's like...what? Like I have to stop and shift gears.

  • -And then it clicks to what I said and I don't actually have to repeat myself.

  • -Maybe.

  • -But anyway, sometimes. It's a small thing.

  • -It's fine.

  • -What about you?

  • -I don't know that it's a pet peeve, but just something that I've observed. We will go out

  • into public or anywhere...a building, whatever...and we'll be holding hands, and low and behold

  • a little drinking fountain shows up. Zack has to stop what he's doing, holding my hand

  • or whatever it is, and go to that drinking fountain and drink from it. It's fine. I don't

  • know. It's not really a pet peeve, it's just kind of unique.

  • -So her pet peeve of me is that I'm thirsty.

  • -No!

  • -Actually...either way. We're leaving it!

  • -Oh gol!Okay, next question.

  • -So this one's kind of about my phone. It says: 'We know you only update your phone

  • every couple of years, but why do you always go for Samsungs?' I don't really have like

  • a good reason for that. It's just kind of like what I started with and what I am used

  • to I guess. And so I just stay with Samsung because that's what I'm used to. I mean, to

  • be fair, I do feel like they make a really good phone, but it's not the best phone out

  • there. It's just one of the good ones.

  • So here's an interesting one: 'How many people of your audience are from Spain?' So I saw

  • Marquez do this on his Q&A a couple days ago and he went through and talked about like

  • how much watch time his channel has had. So I'm going to see if I can jump in here to

  • my analytics and check out my watch time and see how many people from Spain there are.

  • -Hey Siri...

  • -How many days is 3.5 billion minutes?

  • -[Siri] 3 billion 5 hundred million minutes is 2,430,555.56 days.

  • -Wow, okay. Hey Siri, how many years is 3.5 billion minutes?.....You gotta do it.

  • -Hey Siri.....Hey Siri...This is why you don't like Apple. Hey Siri...come on girlfriend.

  • Hey Siri.

  • -Okay, hold on. Okay Google. How many...

  • -[Siri] Wow. Awkward.

  • -...How many years is 3.5 billion minutes?

  • -[Google] 3 billion 500 million minutes is equal to 6,659.056 calendar years.

  • -So my channel has been watched for 6,659 years? That's a big number. And Google answered

  • it way quicker than Siri.

  • -Did you hear her while that was on?

  • -Yeah that was perfect! Alright let's see if we can find out how many people are from

  • Spain. Alright, so I found the top countries. My top countries are obviously United States,

  • and then India, and the UK are my top three. And then Spain is down...so there's no exact

  • number just .8% of my audience is from Spain. So thank you!

  • 'Have you ever cut yourself while taking a phone apart?' That answer is yes. But I hid

  • it very well. I don't think I've ever really told this. Okay, so when I was making a video...you'll

  • probably be able to find it....it was a Star Wars like floating speaker. I think I made

  • like two Christmases ago...like two years ago. And I was actually using one of these

  • tools to pry open the little globe thing, and I cut my finger. Like it slipped and sliced

  • open my finger so bad that I had to stop filming and wait for like a week for it to heal before

  • I like finished the video. So you'll notice that the first half of the video my finger's

  • fine. Second half of the video, I can't remember if I covered it up or was wearing a band-aid

  • -Did you have a band-aid?

  • -Yeah, I might have. But the first half of the video and the second half of the video

  • were like a week apart from each other But with the razor blade I have not cut myself

  • yet...while taking apart a phone. Remember, safety first.

  • Another question is: 'Why is your name JerryRigEverything on YouTube and why is your real name Zack?

  • So why not ZackRigEverything?' So I get this question a lot actually. Most people call

  • me Jerry which is fine. I answer to both.

  • -You still sometimes refer to yourself as Jerry.

  • -Yeah, this is true. So my grandpa's name is Jerry and there's a phrase called 'jerry-rigging'

  • things, where it's like you can fix what you have with whatever materials you have on hand...you

  • know, like duct tape or wire or whatever. And so when I first started my channel Jerry

  • Rig Everything was kind of like just having fun with projects and putting things together

  • that might not be conventional but still work. And it's been fun. So my real name is Zack.

  • The channel's name is JerryRigEverything off of that phrase and kind of out of respect

  • for my grandpa whose name is Jerry.

  • So someone does ask...you know, obviously coronavirus is obviously something that's

  • prevalent right now. 'What's your opinion on the coronavirus situation?' And honestly,

  • like we aren't experts on this subject, but we are listening to the experts. And that

  • would be the CDC and scientists and doctors. And they are saying stay inside, self quarantine.

  • Wash your hands.

  • -It's stressful. I'm trying to stay off social media. But we're quarantining very well together.

  • -We do have a lot of stuff to do. I think, well, one of our favorite video games that

  • we...our only video game that we play together is Breath of the Wild on the Switch and we've

  • had a lot of fun with that. We bought the expansion pack so we've been getting those

  • extra shrines.

  • -'Any new exciting projects coming up?'

  • -So there actually is something we've been working on for the last year or so.

  • -Yeah, over a year.

  • -If you guys remember that off-road wheelchair that I built Cambry out of 2 electric bikes...we're

  • building a much better version of that.

  • -It's pretty sleek.

  • -More accessible and can go more places. Maybe we'll put a little bit up on screen right

  • now so you can see. We'll blur a little bit of it out because we don't want to release

  • it just yet. But...

  • -It's coming.

  • -And it's going to be cool. We'll be teasing it a bit more over on Instagram over at @NotaWheelchair.

  • I'll leave a link down in the description for that. And we're excited. 'Can you feature

  • Cambry in every video?' [Laughing] I'll work on it. 'What does Cambry do for a living?'

  • -I'm a registered Occupational Therapist, and I teach riding lessons.

  • -Horse riding lessons.

  • -Yeah. Clarify that. Equestrian riding lessons.

  • -Okay, so here's one to end on: 'Would you ever $250,000 on one of those space cruises?'

  • -No. I had a nightmare like 6 months ago that Zack was going on a space expedition and then

  • it blew up in the sky. It was terrifying. No.

  • -She let's me do a lot of things, but the one thing I cannot do apparently is go to

  • space. There we have it. Hope you guys enjoyed this Q&A session. It was fun having you on

  • camera yet again. We'll have many more videos in the future with Cambry in them.

  • -Thanks a ton for watching. We'll see you around.

[Zack] Alright. Here we are behind the desk. There's a little monitor over here to the

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