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"Don't Mine At Night" - A Minecraft Parody of Katy Perry's Last Friday Night (Music Video)



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About: "Don't Mine At Night" - A Minecraft Parody of Katy Perry's Last Friday Night (Music Video)


Damn it doesn’t feel like it’s been 6 years since this came out :/
Good song
I don’t know why I watched this since I’m a coward.....kinda
REVENGE

“I prefer the best parody”

FALLEN KINGDOM

“I said the real Parody”

This...
Perfection
i watched this when this first cameout best moment ever
Who thinks that the end is the best part??? AND WHO LIKES CREEPERZ!
memories
Who's randomly here in 2019



Not asking for likesdont come at me
Got my helmet on my head
Ya know it’s made in 2012
Ya
Hi im harris
God I miss the old days I feel like crying I want to go back so bad.
yo wtf i hate all these fortnite kids that are like "OnLY OG mInEcREaft PEOPLPE cAn lIke"
Don’t worry guys all these kids can go outside get girlfriends at a young age but you know what they never had what we had. They never had fun times building a city with our friends. Listen to me you are god damn lucky you grew up with a diamond sword And I’m glad too
xd ogs will still knew this
This comment will never be seen
Everyone: oNlY oG’s CaN lIkE tHiS
Me: He has been gone for 3 years...
Okay okay I'M GOING TO COME BACK NEXT YEAR 2020 SAME DAY SAME TIME AND I WILL MAKE THIS A HOLIDAY TO COME VISIT THIS VIDEO EVERY YEAR ON THIS DAY
its 11 on a schoolnight and I should be sleeping but no, I choose to watch this on repeat for 20 minutes


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.