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This video montage shows what people should not do when speaking publicly -- the list includes "being dull," "unnecessary math," and using the font Comic Sans, among many others. The video, made by David Ng, is promoting the University of British Columbia's Terry Talks conference, which will be a platform for UBC students to "give the talk of their lives."

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