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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by wacolo, Jul 4, 2020.
Appliance and car repair.
the naked archaeologist all episodes
The History Guy
Ok. Old school wrestling and new wrestling podcasts by all the insiders telling stories about everything. I dont watch any of the new stuff. And I didn't start watching it at all until about 2002 (when I was 30). A buddy got divorced and needed a roommate to make ends meet. He watched it religiously and so I caught on to what was going on.
For me it is UK social media influencers.
I am right there with you. Love Jim Cornettes channel.
TED Talks and then this guy doing great analysis:
Cole & Jay. A killer young married couple that loves fishing and herpetology. They are just so good together and have so much fun delivering on their website's interests. I'd adopt them both if I could.
+1 TED Talks
Classic TV, old sitcoms like The Honeymooners, the original Candid Camera with Allen Funt, and old game shows, like What's My Line with John Charles Daly, Dorothy Kilgallen, Bennet Cerf, Steve Allen, Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, and Arlene Francis.
My own channel, “Andy Milligan Movies”:
I rarely visit YouTube. There are certain guitar and amp reviewers that I’ll check if I’m looking at gear, but these days I’m more likely to cobble gear together myself.
Tim Pierce has an excellent youtube channel. seems like a nice dude too
Dr. Pimple Popper
Disaster analysis - e.g., plane crashes, ships sinking, and the like.
And stuff like this:
That Pedal Show, Rick Beato, and Sweetwater for music-related stuff, Joe Rogan occasionally for his interviews, and Jeremy Clarkson era-Top Gear (and its successor, the Grand Tour) clips for motoring madness:
Sailing la vagabond!.... Since I have a sailboat...
Love this series