Definitely AVE and This Old Tony.
J.C. Smith Projects (Works on trucks, does 2wd to 4x4 conversions, etc...)
Powerstrokehelp (specializes in 6.0 Powerstroke trucks).
YouTubeFISHINGVIDS (just love his personality)
Sometimes, you gotta roll the hard six
I'm surprised that so few people watch Forgotten Weapons or the Great War.
Hmmm.... Interesting. Here are mine with a quick blurb.
This one we all know.
I do hope everyone is aware that Ian from Forgotten Weapons also does InRange with Carl. Their "What Would Stoner Do" project (a modern take on building the perfect AR) was very interesting.
Always entertaining when Hickok hits his personal range to discuss the firearm of the day.
Some cool guns and good old fashioned redneck science.
AKA TNP (the nutnfancy project) firearms (and knives and watches) reviews with no ads so you get the straight skinny. As always it's a sample of one, but always interesting.
Military Arms Channel
A nice mix of just range day goodness; sometimes a brand new gun sometimes an old milsurp. Especially love the "Gauntlet" function tests.
An interesting mix of various firearms related videos derived from questions from his viewers.
Not firearm related, but a bunch of short videos that get straight to the point on issues from a conservative perspective.
Dubbed "The Queen of Shitty Robots" Simone has been on Adam Savage's "Tested" channel. She is super cute and, since English is not her first language, has an awesome potty mouth!
The Chieftain's Hatch
A recent discovery about tanks from all generations. Very cool to see the details of these tanks presented by a guy who was a tanker.
Then there is always: The Daily Wire (Ben Shapiro); Colion Noir; and Steven Crowder.
Also, Jerry Miculek is back!! After a long absence he has returned!
Time has little to do with infinity and jelly donuts...
This guy compares common stuff -- duct tape, penetrating oil, etc. -- using well thought out tests and finds out what works best in different applications. He's open to suggestion and criticism and will modify his methods if need be.
Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
Off the Ranch
The Gun Collective
ChuckE2009 kinda silly
God,Guns,Cars,& 1Wife, I would say I have it all.
Some great links that I didn’t know bout. Thanks guys - I’ll be back here when I want to wander on the web.
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tired, or just lazy
I rarely use Youtube and on the rare occasion that I do, it is usually a "How to" video of some sort.
"The problems we face today exist because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a living."
|It's not you,|
This is awesome! Thanks!
Be unpredictable at times. Only boring, dull-witted people never stray from the path. - Para
Fordtechmakuloco, hickok45, Scotty Kilmer, DanielJaegerFilms
Every socialist is a disguised dictator—Ludwig von Mises
I'm not Norm
It's just tons of Norm MacDonald videos.
"The frost on the ground probably envies the frost on the trees."
The Great Wsr- basically a week by week look at WW1
Mighty Jingles - I am not a big gamer but I enjoy his sense of humor
I watch a lot of utube because you can find documentaries on just about any subject
|Delusions of Adequacy|
I won't repost ones already mentioned.
Pailin's Kitchen Thai cooking
Maker's Muse 3D printing, CAD, related stuff
Curious Droid space history, tech, aviation
I have my own style of humor. I call it Snarkasm.
I'm being repressed!
Sailing SV Delos
Sailing La vagabonde
Half as Interesting
Sous Vide Everything
The History Guy: Five Minutes of History
Cowboy Kent Rollins. Cowboy Cooking
The Lawn Care nut.
Ron Pratt. Heavy Towing and recovery.
Deplorable before deplorable was cool!
I'm a Jingles fan too. I don't game much anymore but I enjoy his humor.
His voice is soothing and his videos always put me in a good mood.
my fitness girls. Example:
I like to watch on mute.
Hamilton, you’re going over there as a representative of Captain Hook fish and chips. Part of our image, part of our appeal is that uniform. You know that. Show a little pride!
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IIRC there was a similar thread a few months ago and these, and other, sailing threads were on it
basically one was a group of people on a sailboat going around the world, sorta, and the other was a couple,
wasted most of an evening watching various vids, interesting stuff
Regularly (every upload):
Occasionally: (or because they're only available that way)
Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.
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