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    Favorite YouTube Channels?

    I watch this almost daily. hah.

    What's your favorite?
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    I watch a lot of mini docs on old video games, mostly. Abandoned malls/stores, bass covers, rig rundowns, etc.
    He fixes the cable?

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      I like to watch the Proper People for my abandonment needs.

    #3
    Originally posted by jas1n View Post
    Abandoned malls/stores.
    Do you watch any of Dan Bell’s videos? He’s Baltimore-based and does dead mall videos and I see him at Starbucks a lot.

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      #4
      Personal favorites lately have been Gaming Historian and Slo Mo Guys.

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        #5
        Originally posted by Cheryl K View Post

        Do you watch any of Dan Bell’s videos? He’s Baltimore-based and does dead mall videos and I see him at Starbucks a lot.
        Dan Bell for sure
        He fixes the cable?

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          #6
          Dan Bell is great! I love Another Dirty Room (though prefer the older ones).

          I mostly watch guys going around eating things like Strictly Dumpling, Mark Wiens, that sort of thing. And lots of stuff about old games (e.g. Game Sack, My Life In Gaming, Retro Man Cave, DJ Slope and other folks from the UK community)

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            #7
            I’ve lived in my apartment for 14 years (!!) and am currently redecorating everything to be more like 36 year old me rather than 22 year old me so mostly I just watch home decor stuff. I like Mr Kate!

            https://www.youtube.com/user/TheMrkate

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              #8
              Here's a list of some of the channels I check out regularly:

              Extra Credits, the history videos mostly (educational: history, video games)
              Internet Historian (educational: internet culture)
              Pop Culture Detective (educational: tropes in media)
              Captain Disillusion (educational, debunking fake videos)
              Jenna Marbles (silly lifestyle shit with cute dogs)
              ElectroBOOM (science/engineering/physics)
              Angory Tom (video games)
              Simone Giertz (building things)
              MovieBob (movie reviews)
              Lindsay Ellis (movie reviews, long form essays)
              Red Letter Media (movie reviews)
              Minute Physics (educational)
              Minute Earth (educational)
              And I very recently discovered NardwuarServiette and I watched a ton of his interviews (mostly with musicians) over the last few days.

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                #9
                I'm embarrassed to say that I live on YouTube.

                It became my new Addy.

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                  #10
                  MindandMagick - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIz...Hd_GXbtuRE1leg

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                    #11
                    Matt Sweeney's Guitar Moves & various other content on Noisey

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