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posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 04:11 AM
So I'm sitting here with insomnia, and have been reading through some threads. But not much for me to respond to. So perhaps if anyone is around they can share some good YouTube channels. I have cable, have to have it to have internet, but don't use it. Haven't used an off-air ant or cable in years now. Get all my watching through the internet. And the kids. In fact I think they've grown up without watching normal TV like I did when I was a kid.

Anyway, spent New Year's Eve watching old episodes of The Addam's Family MGM put up on YouTube. It's been a kid since I saw them. Just binge watched like 8 of them probably:

This is Dan Bell

Dan Bell has a lot of videos on Dead Malls in America where he goes around and tours dead or almost dead malls. The vids are interesting for some reason. He also has some other series he does about dirty hotel rooms, and other abandoned places and houses. He has excellent editing, and his voice is very relaxing. Can fall to sleep to it.

Matthew Posa
Love his videos. Usually really long videos of him hiking, kayaking, camping, with his dog/s. Really relaxing, fun to watch, good to fall asleep too as well. His interaction with his dog/s is what is really fun. And how much he knows about outdoors survival. And how much he can talk.

Anton Petrov
Very nicely done videos on astronomy.


Medieval weapons aficionado. I am not into weapons, but do like the history. And he really breaks it down, and owns a lot and tests them out and shows you how they are really used. Along with him is Shadversity. He has similar content.


Usually pretends to be an old woman, but sometimes a younger woman, calls scammers from India and wastes their time. His videos always make you laugh all the time. And are educational to those who are not aware of some of these pernicious scams.

Welp maybe someone finds something interesting to waste a few hours. And perhaps you can share some interesting channels of your own that you like.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 04:19 AM
I like the kung fu movies

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 04:59 AM
Dont you all like kungfu movies?

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 05:19 AM
Kitboga is an absolute legend, just passing through (only just woke up, checking news lol),

I'll try to check in later with some suggestions if my internet doesn't die again,

Happy New Year!

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 05:44 AM
You don’t need to channel. This should do the trick .


I’m old and out of touch.

That was pro Trump wasn’t it ?

Never mind who cares it was funny.

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posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 06:03 AM
These are some of the channels currently subscribe too:

Baked Blunts - Inforwars channel with Alex Jones and others.
The Official Hagmann Report - Indepth interviews by Doug Hagmann.
The Field Report - By Field McConnell with his ongoing tribulations.
Shaun Attwood - Reports and interviews on police matters.
Steel Truth - Presentations and interviews on controversial topics.
The Common Sense Show - Lots of short, some longer presentations on current affairs.
X22 Report - Daily financial and geopolitical analysis.
roypotterqa - Self styled political analysis.
Jason Goodman - Presentations and interviews on legal and political matters.
RedPill78 - Current affairs, Q news.
And We Know - Current affairs, Q news.
il1usiveman - Background checks on personalities.
JustInformed Talk - Current affairs, Q news.
Destroying the illusion - Current affairs, Q news.
Laura Eisenhower - Exopolitical and new age topics.
SGTreport - Current affairs, Q news.
Greg Hunter - USA watchdog today, political, economic and current affairs.
TRUreporting - Current affairs, Q news.
Amazing Polly - Investigative reporting.
Steve Motley - Self styled political analysis.
Edge of Wonder - Exopolitics and related analysis.
George Webb - Deep state reporting.
Sarah Westall - Investigative and interviews reporter.
E Clause LLC - Legal analysis and education.
Mr UFOs Secret Files - Discussion of UFO topics.
In Pursuit of Truth - Current affairs, Q news.
secureteam10 - UFO videos.
HighImpactVlogs - High impact reporting.
SpaceShot76 - Current affairs, Q news.
Liz Crokin - Investigative reporter.
You Are Free TV - Current affairs, Q news.
David Wilcock | Divine Cosmos - Exopolitics and related topics.
Valutainment - Business coach.
Douglas M. Ducote Sr. - Boarder wall and political affairs.
Project Camelot - Exopolitics and related issues.
James Red Pill America - Current affairs, Q news.
RED STONE - UFO videos.
The Area51Rider - Explores region around Area 51.
Church Militant - Religious bases news and current affairs.
David Icke - Research NWO and conspiracy topics.
Justus Knight - Investigate current affairs.
Lisa Haven - Investigate current affairs.
Headlines with a Voice - short new items.
The Dollar Vigilante - Economic and political analysis.
RICHARD GRANNON - Psychological and interpersonal education.
LegalEagle - Reports and analysis on legal matters.
RonPaulLiberityReport - Political commentary by Ron Paul.
One America News Network - Short news items.
Judicial Watch - Reports on government issues.
SphereBeing Alliance - Exopolitical and related matters.
prayingmedic - Current affairs and Q news.
Kevin Shipp - Deep state matters and issues.
DaveCaresForYou - Reports on child protection issues.
Marfoogle News - Current affairs, Q news.
Corey's Digs - Investigative reporter.
Angry Cops - Military news and analysis.
Bruce Sees All - Telescopic views and commentary of the moon.
Mudfossil University - Archeology, biology and other science theories.
The Martian Report - Updates on ZRP cryptocurrency.
David Zublick Channel - Investigative reporter.
Fairbairn Films - Silly little skits.
Michael Salla - Exopolitics and related topics.
Project Veritas - Investigative reporting.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 06:41 AM
a reply to: kwakakev

I'm sort of awake now, lol

Shaun Attwood is another legend, excellent call! I'll be seeing him soon, he's due to give a talk about Pablo Escabar at my local theatre in a few months,

Another that has just sprang to mind is Colin Furze, a plumber by trade, inventive genius by nature;

He builds all sorts of stuff including a flying motorbike, jet pack, and more recently a functioning landspeeder from Star Wars, I highly recommend

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 06:52 AM
Bald and bankrupt - A guy who travels around different countries and shows the normal everyday life sort of perspective, like just wandering into random villages and talking to people
The Wandering Woodsman - Guy who goes hiking mostly around PA and shows interesting places
LiveEachDay - Guy that vlogs his life in Alaska
Alex on Autos - car reviews that don't begin with "THHHHIIISSSS"

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 06:55 AM
a reply to: SimpleIdea

Lol, KITBOGA... he drags it on too long for me to start more often than not, but he does play them well.. I've asked him over and over what he uses to change his voice, but never get a reply

If you like KITBOGA, you may also like Jim Browning who traces a lot of the scammers and reports them and gets their services shut down. He's quite good!

If you like a mad chemist who often makes edible chemicals that he makes himself using intricate and precise details, I'd recommend NileRed.

If you like someone who gets random and strange electronics and pulls them apart to examine their circuitry, and quite often blows up Lithium batteries by accident, with a great sense of humour, I'd recommend BigClive

If you like people who sneak into abandoned places, old hospitals, nuclear reactors, old hotels, things that have been abandoned for years but are still left as if everyone just walked out, I'd recommend TheProperPeople.

If you're into Old School computers (think C64/128, amiga etc) restorations from dead things, and a trip down memory lane, I'd recommend The8BitGuy.

If you're into someone who is shockingly good at physics, math but also a mad genius who makes his own super powered lasers and other quite dangerous things, but does so in a whimsical way and looks like he's still in high school, I'd recommend StyroPyro.

If Old Norse spoken as it was and not in a more modern manner and the history of old Norse mythology, who can read the Eddas fluently, by someone so knowledgeable in this topic he has to wear a cowboy hat to throw you off, I'd recommend Jackson Crawford.

Maybe something will grab your attention, apart from comedy shows like WILTY, 8 out of 10 cats, and a few others, these are my staples..

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 07:03 AM
a reply to: trollz

Band and bankrupt is another excellent choice!

Another couple that have occurred to me are;

Jordan Peterson, a Canadian clinical psychologist who is a straight-up island of truth on an ocean of complete nonsense -

Ben Shapiro, political commentator who often slays his opponents with comedic style -

Derek Van Schaik, a body language and linguistics expert who breaks down BS piece by piece, both educational and entertaining -

If I think of more I'll post them, with my back being out and me not sleeping I tend to spend a fair amount of time on YouTube, it's just that I watch so much it can be hard to recall channels sometimes lol

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 07:06 AM
a reply to: TrustedTruth

BigClive, another great recommendation!

(I'm sorry about multiple replies, I'm on mobile and internet is playing up so trying to hash-out replies quickly)

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 09:51 AM
a reply to: SimpleIdea

This past weekend - Theo Von.
It’s a comedy podcast.

Tiger Belly is another great one. With Bobby Lee and his beautiful wife Khalyla Kuhn.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 12:13 PM
I love these two.
CampKillCommentary is done by Mr Mask , a member here.
Foamy is a squirrel with attitude.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 01:16 PM
Einzelgänger .. for some great bite size philosophy
Aden films .. for the food people
Guga foods .. good foodie channel
Pursuit of wonder .. nice channel to get you thinking
Crashcourse .. fun channel
Empire files .. Good documentary and interview channel, love Abbey Martin.
Daily Stoic .. something to think about every day
BBQ Pit Boys .. Meaty goodness, been watching for years, narrator cracks me up
Bright insight .. conspiracy stuff, gets a bit ahead of himself but I enjoy his videos
Secular talk .. Kyle Kulinski, one of the few people I can stomach when it comes to politics

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 02:15 PM
a reply to: SimpleIdea

Among other things I find this whole mysterious ancient civilisation subject facinating.

YouTube channels I like

Ancient architects
Brien Foerster
Bright Insight
Enigmas of the ancient world
DTTV archaeology answers

But also as of late this epstein conspiracy and recomment Shaun Attwood and Lionel Nation for that .

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 02:22 PM
For funny videogame videos this guy is funny :

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 06:09 PM
We watch YouTube more than anything else. About a year ago we came across these young boys (I say boys but they are our son's age...late teen/early 20's) channel...Goonzquad. If you start back at the beginning of their channel they are just two kids who buy wrecked cars and rebuild them out in their driveway in front of their mom and dad's garage. They know a lot and work their butts off!! They have a friend their age that does all their alignment and straightening in his family's shop. It just sucked us in and we fell in love with these kids....there's no millennial entitledness here! Seeing them actually have skills and not afraid to work gave us more hope for the future. Plus,being southern boys from Tennessee....they are pretty patriotic as well. Our favorite build was the blue Mustang GT. If you like cars....check them out.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 08:42 PM
a reply to: SimpleIdea

Great thread! I'll be checking through some channels when I have more time.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 09:38 PM
Forgotten Weapons
Ian, the host of this show goes through the history, context, and operation of many weapons. He has earned the nickname "gun jesus" for a reason.

I definitely second Nile Red, he does an absolutely great job with Chemistry

Scott Manley, covers a lot of space related news, and strikes a great balance between the minutia and simple concepts of rocketry.

Isaac Arthur, I know several other members have mentioned him in passing, and he covers a lot of "futurism".

Steve1989MREInfo. He has reviewed MREs from many countries, and even eaten food that is over 100 years old.

Techmoan, He covers a lot of consumer electronics from the past and explains somewhat how they work, but mostly covers the historical information about them.

AppliedScience, Ben, has done things as ridiculous as making his own electron scanning microscope. He is an amazing source of information and applied technology.

I will leave my list at that for now, I have many more, but too many options makes things more complicated.

posted on Jan, 1 2020 @ 11:31 PM
a reply to: dubiousatworst

Definitely Techmoan. He's one interesting chap.

Another one I would recommend is Primitive Technology, he does things in nature that are very good things to know. How to make things out of your surroundings.. Though he doesn't narrate his videos, you need to turn on subtitles. Otherwise, you can get a little bit lost.

The Action Lab is also an interesting one to peruse, though he does make some bad content, lol, but I find him interesting.
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