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PlesciaComedy93 was a text-to-speech video maker on YouTube. He had made several funny videos of Microsoft Sam reading Funny Windows Errors. He was also the maker of the series "Microsoft Sam's Funny Flight Errors", a series in which Microsoft Sam flies airplanes and reads "errors" that occur on their computers. PlesciaComedy93 was also good friends with nkrs200, and had made several collaboration videos with him.
PlesciaComedy93 initially joined YouTube on November 18, 2011 as PlescEntertain93. At first, he had no real knowledge of how to create Microsoft Sam reads Funny Windows Errors, but with some help from Nkrs200, he was able to create several such videos. On January 28, 2012, PlescEntertain93 made his first collaborational video with Nkrs200. It was a Funny Windows Errors video. In February 2012, PlescEntertain93 kicked off the Microsoft Sam's Funny Flight Errors series. However, later that month, PlescEntertain93 got involved in a protest against the new YouTube channel layouts that would take over in March. As a result, close to half of his subscribers were due to this involvement, and he took a break from making the Microsoft Sam videos. Not long after the protest failed, PlescEntertain93 started making Microsoft Sam videos (in addition to YouTube protest videos) again, but didn't upload some of them. Because of the fact that half his subscribers were due to the protests, PlescEntertain93 wanted to start off fresh again, and make a "10 Subscribers" video like his friend Nkrs200 did previously. PlescEntertain93 also did not want to be part of the YouTube protests anymore.
On May 10, 2012, PlescEntertain93 closed his account, and came back as PlesciaComedy93. He started uploading some of his old videos on May 11, and has made several new TTS videos since then. On July 14, 2012, PlesciaComedy93 hit the 10 subscribers mark due to his TTS videos, and uploaded his celebration video regarding the matter the next day.
For an unknown reason, on July 24th, 2014, PlesciaComedy93 closed his account. The page simply reads: "This channel was closed and is no longer available."
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