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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by ViciousJay, Jan 31, 2019.
What are some of your favorite Youtube channels outside of cars? Here's one of mine.
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Off the Ranch
Those are some off the top of my head. No particular order.
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I enjoy that show. Saw that particular ep the other day and it was great.
I'm a geek so I'm a huge fan of The King of Random.
I check out smarter everyday every once in a while. Otherwise, the tube is for music while working/studying
...and Maximus said to Commodus, "the time for honoring yourself will soon come to an end."
The boob one.
I just subscribed to SVTPerformance today. My favorite non car related channel is the best YouTube channel-YouPorn.
Usually use YouTube for car stuff, movie trailers and how to videos.
LOL this made me check my total subs: 364
Here are some of my favorites
Warrior Poet Society
Military Arms Channel
Mike The Cop
SLICK DADDY CLIPS
In no particular order:
Bay Area Buggs
I sub to a lot and watch maybe half. Anyway, here's probably my favorite: World War Two
He is doing WW2, week by week, for the next 6 years. He's only like 25 videos in, each weekly video being about 10 minutes.
Anyone knows at least the VERY basics, but it's cool how he's covering week by week meaning (yes I'm behind) I just watched video 015, December 8th, 1939, so he's reading/informing you what happened that exact week. History class told me the final score, but this is like watching the game, play by play.
Here are some of mine:
Curious Droid (explains a lot of technology stuff)
VisualPolitik EN (a lot of history stuff and political stuff)
Daily Driven Exotics
Linus Tech Tips (for computer questions/needs)
Military Arms Channel
The Tonight Show
Used to watch "Chris Harris on Cars" but now that channel is dead after he joined Top Gear. Still some great content on it though.
No talking YouTube channels are my jam, great for relaxing as language is easily confused or misinterpreted among people of the world. Actions speak louder then words.
-Primitive Technology: dude demonstrates the process of making tools and buildings using only materials found in the wild
-Almazan Kitchen: Open fire cooking with basic utensils and freshly foraged ingredients next to babbling streams in remote settings. Great HD footage, crackling fire and natural sounds sure to put you fast asleep.
-Mr.Chicadee: Highly skilled wood worker and builder using basic turn of the century technology. Hand hewn logs, hand powered drills, hand saws, etc. Impressive
-Smarter Every Day: Smart dude talking about cool stuff with sick slow motion showing neat science related phenomena
-Backyard Scientist: along the same lines as Smarter Every Day
-Scott Manley: Scottish rocket nerd that gives cliff notes and updates on this modern space era and the various updates from the private and public entities.
-Cleetus McFarland: Duh
-J Mantzel: Guy living off grid in what looks like remote mangroves of the Keys building all kinds of cool stuff with basic materials including a solar boat for going to town.
-Colin Furze: Wanky brit doing heavy fabricating building nonsense like a jet powered scooter and a full size Hulk Buster with flame throwers
-Forgotten Weapons: non political factual look into guns of all shapes, sizes, and era's. Details neat historical fact and debunks interesting myths. Shooting cool guns and big bore is a +
-Ozzy Man Reviews: general commentary entertainment
Primitive technology is weirdly addicting. I don't know how the dude has so much energy to get stuff done.
You watch him build a hut and bundle like 400 bushels of grass and very patiently make a roof, then he decides to make walls and a heater inside.
It's like, come on man. I was exhausted after watching you do the roof. You're making me look bad.
Interesting topic. So many people are hooked on Youtube.