Favorite YouTube channels?

Tigers53

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Curious to know who all here has channels they subscribe to or watch often? I mainly stick to car channels like Doug Demuro, Tavarish, Hoovies Garage and a couple others, but I'm also into music so I've started watching Rick Beato's channel as well. What do you watch???
 

Tigers53

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"Channels". Whoever posts videos, aka is a content creator, has their own "channel". For instance, I have my own channel with a measly 178 subscribers (some people have multiple million subscribers) www.youtube.com/theautocollection where I make videos about my 22 car car collection, hence why I follow car channels. Here's a video I made featuring my Ghostbusters car replica.

 

Sig Hansen

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Andrew Camarata - construction
Mark Felton Productions - WWII, Cold War and 20th century history
bald and bankrupt - guy travels eastern Europe on a shoestring budget
Jomboy - baseball breakdowns
Wendover Productions - current events and aviation
 

Raider6309

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Curious to know who all here has channels they subscribe to or watch often? I mainly stick to car channels like Doug Demuro, Tavarish, Hoovies Garage and a couple others, but I'm also into music so I've started watching Rick Beato's channel as well. What do you watch???
Hoovie, Tavarish, and VinWiki are great car channels
 

Zunardo

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I've started watching Rick Beato's channel as well.
I don't subscribe to him, but he's a character. The one of him commenting on Steve Gadd's drum solo in "Aja" was funny. Here are some of my favorites:

Haircut Harry - haircuts around the world, filmed by "Mystery Woman"
kitboga - IMO, the unchallenged king of scamming the phone scammers.
irlRosie - anti-scammer and incredible voice talent. Does a great Siri
James Veitch - scamming the email scammers with a hysterical skewed British sensibility
Advanced Chiropractic Relief - feel that ring-dinger all the way down? Crack addicts gonna love you. Yes, ma'am!
Rob Brown - drumming tips
Mike Johnston - drumming tips
Foresty Forest - outdoors self-sufficient enthusiast who lives out of his minivan camper, complete with solar panels, battery storage, and a functioning kitchen. His attempt to drive to the Arctic circle was breathtaking.
 

Chop Stix

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Wes Watson - spent 10 years in Cali prisons, talks about prison life/gangs with a motivational tone

Drek Binsky - young travel vlogger, has been to nearly every country on earth

Become Elite (Matt Sheldon) - pro soccer player in the US 2nd division who gives an exclusive look to his journey

Dude Perfect - uber popular trick shot artists
 

Tigers53

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I don't subscribe to him, but he's a character. The one of him commenting on Steve Gadd's drum solo in "Aja" was funny. Here are some of my favorites:

Haircut Harry - haircuts around the world, filmed by "Mystery Woman"
kitboga - IMO, the unchallenged king of scamming the phone scammers.
irlRosie - anti-scammer and incredible voice talent. Does a great Siri
James Veitch - scamming the email scammers with a hysterical skewed British sensibility
Advanced Chiropractic Relief - feel that ring-dinger all the way down? Crack addicts gonna love you. Yes, ma'am!
Rob Brown - drumming tips
Mike Johnston - drumming tips
Foresty Forest - outdoors self-sufficient enthusiast who lives out of his minivan camper, complete with solar panels, battery storage, and a functioning kitchen. His attempt to drive to the Arctic circle was breathtaking.
I discovered kitboga the other night, it's awesome seeing him scam the scammers. I too am a crack addict with your Houston chiropractor Dr. Gregory Johnson!
 

EHS 2001

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"Channels". Whoever posts videos, aka is a content creator, has their own "channel". For instance, I have my own channel with a measly 178 subscribers (some people have multiple million subscribers) www.youtube.com/theautocollection where I make videos about my 22 car car collection, hence why I follow car channels. Here's a video I made featuring my Ghostbusters car replica.

You're the guy who built the Ect-Ohio?
 

nupanther

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Colin Jones and Darkstar- blackjack card counters. Good tips to swing the edge from the casino to the player
Ahhh casinos...... One day. One day
 

wolves82

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Try "Good Mythical Morning". Two guys in their 40s, doing taste-tests, eating weird stuff, ranking products. They are funny guys, and have millions of subscribers.
 

Tigers53

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Hey all, I posted another video to my channel. This one is the trailer for the documentary I'm making about finding, buying, and restoring my dad's old muscle car 38 years after he, the original owner, sold it. I hope you enjoy it!

 

Mr. Slippery

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Park Tool - Excellent tutorials on bicycle repair.
RJ The Bike Guy - More excellent tutorials on bicycle repair but with more of an everyman approach. He works from his garage rather than a pristine workshop that has every tool known to man neatly arranged in the background.
Official Jim Cornette - The guy could talk people into buildings for years to buy tickets to wrestling shows. His takes on the current state of the business are rather hilarious if you can stand his profanity-laced tirades.
 

Omar

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I love the Xs and Os for football. This guy was a career NFL backup but does great work explaining the ins and outs from lingo, to game planning, play design, audibles

 

clarkgriswold

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Park Tool - Excellent tutorials on bicycle repair.
RJ The Bike Guy - More excellent tutorials on bicycle repair but with more of an everyman approach. He works from his garage rather than a pristine workshop that has every tool known to man neatly arranged in the background.
Official Jim Cornette - The guy could talk people into buildings for years to buy tickets to wrestling shows. His takes on the current state of the business are rather hilarious if you can stand his profanity-laced tirades.
Cornette is a madman. The guy has no filter.
 

Mr. Slippery

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Cornette is a madman. The guy has no filter.
I don't agree with everything Corny says, but it's part of his charm, haha. His mouth is what enabled him and the people he managed to draw money back in the day when the business was still heavily reliant on ticket revenue. I largely prefer the product of his day to what the promotions are putting on TV now (the current product was lousy even before any COVID restrictions entered the picture).

One of the tricky parts about the wrestling business is how a person can extend his or her career beyond taking bumps in the ring by acting as a manager, match agent, ambassador, etc. Also, many of the ex-wrestlers either didn't make great money or didn't manage the money they made too well, so they hold something back in shoot interviews because they don't want to tick off anyone who might give them another job. Cornette is financially secure enough that he doesn't need to kiss up to anyone in the business, so he says exactly what he's thinking.
 
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