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"Bad Project" Creators Will Hold a Public Q&A

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Today, non-profit microcinema 14 Pews announced that on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, 7 p.m., it will host Baylor students David Shim and Mary Wiese for a screening of their Lady Gaga parody "Bad Project." The creators will introduce the video, discuss the process of making it and take questions from the audience. The viral video was uploaded to YouTube on January 20, and currently has been viewed 2,155,519 times.

You could ask the creators about the science-lab-lingo inspiration behind "Work it blot that bitch crazy."

Admission for the event is pay-what-you-can.

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