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What are the transcripts at 0:27, 0:44, 0:54 of this BuzzFeed Video "Things Everybody Does But Doesn't Talk About ft. President Obama" (https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1631492713658271&permPage=1)?

What I get are:
1.Prum??
2.Like any other Wednesday.
3.The ??? you can get health insurance for less than a hundred dollars a month.

And at 1:28 the man says "6 left in the game, down by 1", does he mean "the game only left 6 seconds, and his team still lagged behind one point"?

Many thanks

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  1. I hear "prune." I think he is practicing his enunciation while looking in a mirror to see how his lips move.
  2. "Not like any other Wednesday."
  3. In many cases you can get health insurance for less than a hundred dollars a month.
  4. "Seconds left in the game, down by one." Your understanding of the scenario is correct. He is narrating the final seconds of a basketball game to himself while the time ticks away on the crossing light. A field goal in basketball is worth two points, so his last second "shot" is the game winner, putting his team "up by one as time expires."
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    Just a random comment here. The pru in "Prune" is used to bring ones lips into kissing position (the word is well known for that). Or it is used in juxtaposition for how to properly enunciate the similar cluster bru in February. – user6951 Feb 14 '15 at 19:37

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