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PostPosted: 06-03-2018 10:32 PM           Profile   Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


So what's the weird and wonderful on your youtube channels list? Before posting, don't forget these say a lot about your social/political leanings and because it is CURRENT YEAR these will all be judged by your fellow xir. Mandatory shitlord gulag summons to follow.

Here's my list of weird:
NEOWAVE
Funhaus - Gaming silliness featuring manchildren and occasionally manchildwomen.
This is Dan Bell. - Abandoned malls, vapourwave, 90s nonsense.
bigclivedotcom - Dismantle electronics and don't die in the process. Strangely hypnotic scotsman.
Survival Russia - Can't look away TBH, dude is chill while also being a bit nuts.
Michael Cusack - GET IN THE FUCKING CAR MORTY. GET IN THE CARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.
Mudford
Count Dankula - UK socjus criticism and political sature.
Colum Black-Byron
Jonathan Pie - UK political satire.
Lindsay Ellis
Mr. Chickadee
CaptainDisillusion - Ace CGI debunking stuff.
vewn
Carolyn's RV Life
A Chick Called Albert
BAR-TIMES
kris's workshop - Welsh offgrid man, see below.
Celtic Silver Countryman
serpentza - SA China Man, see below.
CharlieBo313
DIYForKnuckleheads
wakahuiatvnz
Rinoa Super-Genius
VikingPreparedness - Pastor joe apocalypse nonsense. LIkely will be the first to die in an actual crisis. Can't get enough.
placeboing
Ben Marking
Cactus Bob
First We Feast - I mostly watch because Shaun can never quite believe how famous he ended up becoming, and it's adorbs.
Flaxworx
Parrot Wizard
Brian
hickok45 - Old man guns America yee haw but also quite charming.
ranchitout
Homesteady
EEVblog
Chicken Connoisseur
Kris Harbour
Ontario Lakeside
NardwuarServiett - Doot De Do Doot Doot. DOOT DOOT.
dutchsinse - Man is convinced he can predict earthquakes. Hoodwinks LITERALLY THOUSANDS into following him. Hilarity is yet to ensue, but when it does, I'm subscribed.
LOCAL58 - You are on the fastest possible route.
Kris Harbour - Welsh dude built a roundhouse. Think he used to work at a PC parts store I used to frequent.
Rinoa Super-Genius - Crazy lady pulls apart electronics and such while slum living.
Jakob Hill
Josh James Kiwi Bushman - Crazy NZ south island man finds profit in youtube and becomes some kind of rugged god/bush being
Townsends - Re-enactors normally repulse me but this dude has the gift of the gab.
Dane
Nulon
ADVChina - SA man in china tells it like it apparently is, while riding a bike with another white dude and talking mad shit.
an0nymooose
JoergSprave - Fat german crossbow maker who laughs a lot and has a barrel chest like mayor haggar.
TarraDarraBros
NZWildThings
Tucker Gott
Caleb TDB
Tommy

Dominant themes:
End of the world/sky is falling nonsense because I love me some apocalypse porn
Vapourwave because lel only 80s kids will remember
Off grid/hippie stuff because who in their thirties doesn't dream about chucking it all in and living like a savage

Post yours, or don't.




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Oh great, another lets-post-without-reading-other-peoples'-posts thread :D

Anyway, my fav's:

44teeth: If you like motorcycles, this is the channel to follow. These guys are on par with early Top Gear work but then on two wheels instead of four. They are very knowledgeable about the subject matter and a bunch of crazy fun loving faffers to boot. Very British.
chaseontwowheels: Started out as a Moto vlogger, not really that interesting, but currently he's doing his second series of "Wrecked Bike Rebuild" where he bought a wrecked motorcycle and is rebuilding it and modding it with all kinds of stuff. He's a total noob though, so he called in the help of Brian (aka Brain) who is like a walking encyclopedia on motorcycle engineering.
FortNine: Another motorcycle channel. Does gear reviews as well as motorcycle reviews. The quality of his content is unrivaled IMO.
Motorcyclist Magazine: Yes, another motorcycle channel. They are a more serious channel but with fun, high quality content. They do reviews, specials, MC Garage (where they explain various things about motorcycle maintenance) and they really do know what they're talking about. Professional level content here.
CaptainDisillusion: He's a VFX wizard that debunks all kinds of videos that went viral and are presented as being real. He shows what errors were made that gives away the fact it's VFX and shows you how it's done. Usually he recreates his own version of the video as well.
SmarterEveryDay: Should be well known by most people. Destin, the guy who runs this channel, just explores and explains many engineering related subjects, mostly fueled by his endless passion and curiosity for engineering. Gotta get smart somehow, huh?
VSauce: Hey, VSauce, Michael here!
Scott Manley: Guy that knows an insane amount about rockets, space and physics. He plays a shitload of Kerbal Space Program and does all kinds of interesting stuff with it. He also uses the game to explain real life physics and rocketry concepts.
Trolden: Gotta love his Hearthstone videos.




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PostPosted: 06-03-2018 11:29 PM           Profile Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


Re: Your favorite Youtube channels.... Sounds reasonable but I need ask a question, it there a quick way to get a list from Youtube?



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PostPosted: 06-03-2018 11:39 PM           Profile   Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


I'm always looking to add to my subscriptions, so this could be fun. Foo, your dominant themes line up quite a bit with mine, so I suspect I'll have fun diving into your list. :up:

[game array] - video games, why they're awesome, how they work
Achievement Hunter - content from video games to live action shenanigans, focus primarily on comedy-style gaming videos
Big Think - educational short talks with experts in various fields, Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, etc. etc.
CGP Grey - animated educational short films explaining how complicated things work
Curious Droid - space and technology stuff
DONG - things you can Do Online Now, Guys
Escapist - Zero Punctuation game reviews
Fig. 1 by University of California
FRONTLINE PBS
It's Okay To Be Smart - science videos on various topics
Jim Sterling
Kirsten Dirksen - videos about simple living, self-sufficiency, tiny homes
Kotaku
Kurzgesagt - animated videos explaining things with optimistic nihilism
LetsPlay - let's plays from Achievement Hunter and their guests
Maddox - The Best Show in the Universe
Mark Brown - he explains video game mechanics and design
Mark Rober - he explains esoteric curiosities in depth
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
minutephysics - cool physics and other sweet science
Motherboard
NASA Goddard
National Geographic
PBS Idea Channel
PBSoffbook
PowerfulJRE - Joe Rogan's podcast
Primitive Technology - this guy makes primitive huts and tools from scratch (I watched his whole back catalog before realizing he uses captions as subtitles)
Quartz
Real Engineering
RETRO REPORT - documentary news
Rooster Teeth - video game podcasts, animated shows, and live-action shorts and series
Science Magazine
Sciencium - discoveries in science, recent and historical
SciShow - a science show...
SciShow Space - ...about space
Seeker - news about science stuff
SmarterEveryDay
StarTalk - Neil deGrasse Tyson's podcast
Steve Mould - videos about science
TED
TED-Ed
Tested - Adam Savage's channel
The Daily Conversation - mini-documentaries
The Documentary Network
The Good Stuff
The Know - gaming news
The Verge
ThinkProgress
Veritasium - videos about science
2veritasium - I cheated and put this one out of alphabetical order
vlogbrothers - Hank and John Green's channel
Vox
Vsauce
Vsauce2
Vsauce3
WIRED
World Science Festival




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PostPosted: 06-04-2018 12:38 AM           Profile Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


I have about 80 subscriptions, synthwave and metal based music ones, zbrush ones, quite a few game ones, a few model building ones, some tech/hardware ones and then some engineering/science ones.

My top five:
Applied Science
AVE
Jackfrags
Matthias Wandel
Primitive Technology



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PostPosted: 06-04-2018 12:52 AM           Profile   Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


Eraser wrote:
Oh great, another lets-post-without-reading-other-peoples'-posts thread :D]


I did tho. Not my fault phpBB a shit :o




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Whiskey 7 wrote:
Re: Your favorite Youtube channels.... Sounds reasonable but I need ask a question, it there a quick way to get a list from Youtube?


Copy/paste from the sidebar list down the left (from 'SUBCRIPTIONS' downwards), then delete the numbers where lines have 'new videos' against them. Takes a few seconds.




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phantasmagoria wrote:
Primitive Technology


Feels like he's peaked now there's re-hashes of old videos in a new area. Had a longer run than hydrooooolic press channeyl though.




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There are only so many things you can make with mud and sticks, I guess. :smirk:




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PostPosted: 06-04-2018 03:28 AM           Profile Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


Nah I dunno, he bought a new plot of land so he's documenting his new settlement, there'll be some more kiln fired brick houses but then hopefully he'll start iron age forging properly.

Slowmo Guys has to be a top fave but they're getting too worked up with having 4k content rather than high fps content. I hated their Super Slow Show thing too, glad they're back in their backyard.



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Eraser wrote:
Oh great, another lets-post-without-reading-other-peoples'-posts thread :D

Anyway, my fav's:

44teeth: If you like motorcycles, this is the channel to follow. These guys are on par with early Top Gear work but then on two wheels instead of four. They are very knowledgeable about the subject matter and a bunch of crazy fun loving faffers to boot. Very British.
chaseontwowheels: Started out as a Moto vlogger, not really that interesting, but currently he's doing his second series of "Wrecked Bike Rebuild" where he bought a wrecked motorcycle and is rebuilding it and modding it with all kinds of stuff. He's a total noob though, so he called in the help of Brian (aka Brain) who is like a walking encyclopedia on motorcycle engineering.
FortNine: Another motorcycle channel. Does gear reviews as well as motorcycle reviews. The quality of his content is unrivaled IMO.
Motorcyclist Magazine: Yes, another motorcycle channel. They are a more serious channel but with fun, high quality content. They do reviews, specials, MC Garage (where they explain various things about motorcycle maintenance) and they really do know what they're talking about. Professional level content here.
CaptainDisillusion: He's a VFX wizard that debunks all kinds of videos that went viral and are presented as being real. He shows what errors were made that gives away the fact it's VFX and shows you how it's done. Usually he recreates his own version of the video as well.
SmarterEveryDay: Should be well known by most people. Destin, the guy who runs this channel, just explores and explains many engineering related subjects, mostly fueled by his endless passion and curiosity for engineering. Gotta get smart somehow, huh?
VSauce: Hey, VSauce, Michael here!
Scott Manley: Guy that knows an insane amount about rockets, space and physics. He plays a shitload of Kerbal Space Program and does all kinds of interesting stuff with it. He also uses the game to explain real life physics and rocketry concepts.
Trolden: Gotta love his Hearthstone videos.



Hah, I also used to watch ChaseonTwoWheels and I still watch Motorcyclist Magazine. I'll have to check out 44teeth.

I mostly listen to music and watch dirtbike videos, usually from the CROSS TRAINING ENDURO SKILLS channel. He's an aussie that makes some pretty good dirtbike tutorial vids, very helpful stuff and I'll admit I've learned a fair bit from his videos. I also watch videos from Graham Jarvis, super awesome dirtbike rider, honestly, probably the best on the planet.

You guys should also check out First we feast's channel. Sean Evans has these interviews he does over hot wings and they're awesome, his channel is called Hot Ones.




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Watch their Budget Bike Battle videos. Absolutely great stuff.




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PostPosted: 06-04-2018 02:13 PM           Profile Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


Foo wrote:
Copy/paste from the sidebar list down the left ..........


Cheers Foo :up:

My subscriptions are Lego in the main and I truly don't remember subscribing at the time so they are years old I'd say. Think I'd better see if they are still active channels I suppose :D
When I watch YouTube I usually and recently watch those dash camera recordings or snippets of sci-fi movies.

Sariel's LEGO® Workshop
Level1Techs
HDTVTest
AvE
Azatesz
Geeky Bricks
GREAT MILITARY BATTLES
Gyuta97
Hispabrick Magazine
Kelkschiz
OSUHARDING1 - A TECHNIC EXPERIENCE
Zack Macasaet's LEGO Channel



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PostPosted: 06-04-2018 02:33 PM           Profile Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


TheDevildogGamer
jackfrags
KYRSP33DY
TwinMuscle
TheHodgetwins
CarAudioFabrication
CaseyNeistat
DmanUnt2014
FRANKIEonPC
GoldGloveTV
Jam Jar
Mr. Moon
Mrblack0ut
QuietGaming
Sailing SV Delos
speedyw03
TheG18




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Would be great if people could take some time to explain why a channel is recommended and what kind of content they serve. Just a list of names isn't all that appealing to read or check out. Hence my initial "lets-post-without-reading-other-peoples'-posts" comment.




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If you like BigCliveDotCom you should checkout AvE like Whisky and Phants mentioned :up: - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChWv6P ... 6lgGt3MyfA

Colin Furze - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp68_F ... n9QU6phsgw - he invents lots of crazy devices and nearly kills himself with most of them
The Great War - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUcyEs ... 69RRVhRh4A - I haven't watched many but it's worth a mention as the level of detail in the videos is amazing

Casually explained - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr3cBL ... Y0F_OdFWFQ - his level of pesismism and sarcasm almost matches mine

Ozzy man reviews - https://www.youtube.com/user/ozzymanreviews - always worth a mention




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Eraser wrote:
Would be great if people could take some time to explain why a channel is recommended and what kind of content they serve. Just a list of names isn't all that appealing to read or check out. Hence my initial "lets-post-without-reading-other-peoples'-posts" comment.


To be fair, the thread title is "Your favorite Youtube channels". Not your favorite Youtube channels and why or your recommended Youtube channels. So I can only assume that everyone is simply sharing what they watch. These are not recommendations. If any one of these channel names interest you, you could always type them into Youtube to take a look. :up:




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YourGrandpa wrote:
......If any one of these channel names interest you, you could always type them into Youtube to take a look. :up:


I did and found your Mr. Moon most interesting... Here's the link

https://youtu.be/KygbaN63sLs

And to be fair, I just copied and pasted (thanks Foo) not really caring of the content. It looks like Lego so I better check for those other movies :)



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PostPosted: 06-05-2018 02:18 PM           Profile Send private message  E-mail  Edit post Reply with quote


Foo wrote:
Count Dankula - UK socjus criticism and political sature.
...
Jonathan Pie - UK political satire.


these two

currently watching Dankula interviewing Chris-chan. CC is weapons-grade autism personified. like, seriously batshit crazy. s/he claims to be able to create a portal into a world of cartoons in his bedroom




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phantasmagoria wrote:
Primitive Technology


budget Australian Christian Bale :up:

that tile-roofed hut was awesome, made entirely from shit he found in the bush




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other faves:

CaspianReport
dayjoborchestra
Messi Magic
PewDiePie
Rationality Rules
randytaylor69
Shoe0nhead
TheSilentWatcher




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I only watch redlettermedia with any regularity anymore. I don't even like movies that much




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where do you nerds find the time??

not many for me right now but thanks to this thread that's changing.

H3H3
PinnedTV
Dr Disrespect
Shroud
McTrail Rider
Jordan Boostmaster
Kurzgesagt

Basically bikes and games.




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seremtan wrote:
Dankula interviewing Chris-chan



:eek: I need to see this, sounds like a dream mashup. Like that time someone told me Rockstar were gonna make a video game of The Warriors, and I wasn't fuckin dreaming.




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Doombrain wrote:
where do you nerds find the time??

I subscribe to shit when I'm drunk and end up not keeping up with most.

Funhaus, RedLetterMedia, and FirstWeFeast are the only ones where we've gone through the whole list.

DooMer wrote:
I only watch redlettermedia with any regularity anymore. I don't even like movies that much


I do worry that Mike will legit top himself some day. He seems pretty deep in the depths of alcoholism and depression. Channel itself is jokes tho.




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Doombrain wrote:
where do you nerds find the time??

Oh, I don't watch every single new video that shows up in my subscription feed. I scroll through and add shit to my Watch Later list if it seems interesting. Plus a lot of the channels I sub to will only put out one short video each month or every other week. Also I don't watch TV anymore, or even Netflix for that matter.




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Whiskey 7 wrote:
I did and found your Mr. Moon most interesting... Here's the link

https://youtu.be/KygbaN63sLs

And to be fair, I just copied and pasted (thanks Foo) not really caring of the content. It looks like Lego so I better check for those other movies :)


Mr. Moon is definitely one of the more creatively storied and produced Youtubers I've watched.




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Κracus wrote:
Hah, I also used to watch ChaseonTwoWheels and I still watch Motorcyclist Magazine. I'll have to check out 44teeth.

I mostly listen to music and watch dirtbike videos, usually from the CROSS TRAINING ENDURO SKILLS channel. He's an aussie that makes some pretty good dirtbike tutorial vids, very helpful stuff and I'll admit I've learned a fair bit from his videos. I also watch videos from Graham Jarvis, super awesome dirtbike rider, honestly, probably the best on the planet..

Id recommend watching FortNine too. Ryan, the guy that presents the videos, has a bit of a bias towards off-road bikes. No supersport over there. I can really recommend these videos, even to non-riders:

Honda Africa Twin review:


KTM 1290 Super Adventure R review:


And, IMO the best one in terms of style and presentation, his Yamaha SCR950 review:




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I believe I've seen some of those vids pop up on my feed but I never check em out as I'm not keen on adventure bikes. At least not yet.

I have however been watching 44teeth. Specifically the bike on a budget challenge with the ninja and the suzuki 750 (I think). I sorta like it, but I feel like they could have better production quality in a lot of instances. I recently bought a Go pro Hero 5 but I haven't been making good use of it. I need to get some good editing software and probably a bunch more crap to make half decent videos.




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Not a fan of adv bikes myself either, but the way those reviews are made makes it a joy to watch IMO.

44teeth isn't about production quality or big budgets. It's a bit boys-and-their-toys. I think these lads are great characters and really enjoy watching them.




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I feel like I've only been watching Regular Car Reviews lately.. highly recommended.

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




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So I have a new favourite...

Y NAKAJIMA

Here's a sample:



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Eraser wrote:
Κracus wrote:
Hah, I also used to watch ChaseonTwoWheels and I still watch Motorcyclist Magazine. I'll have to check out 44teeth.

I mostly listen to music and watch dirtbike videos, usually from the CROSS TRAINING ENDURO SKILLS channel. He's an aussie that makes some pretty good dirtbike tutorial vids, very helpful stuff and I'll admit I've learned a fair bit from his videos. I also watch videos from Graham Jarvis, super awesome dirtbike rider, honestly, probably the best on the planet..

Id recommend watching FortNine too. Ryan, the guy that presents the videos, has a bit of a bias towards off-road bikes. No supersport over there. I can really recommend these videos, even to non-riders:

Honda Africa Twin review:


KTM 1290 Super Adventure R review:


And, IMO the best one in terms of style and presentation, his Yamaha SCR950 review:


wonder how the Africa twin holds up against some of my dream rides - Engineer Pass,




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Broken link?




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AvE
Linus tech Tips
GGRC
GGmanlives
EEVblog
Hydraulic Channel
Waterjet Channel
Custom Gamer
DraQu
Noclip
The 8-bit guy
Cody's Lab
Louis Rossmann
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