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09-02-2017, 04:15 PM
RE: Hey You- What's your favorite YouTube Series?
Well, I like to watch the World Ballet Day series. I can get through almost half the class and then I'm lost. I also don't have enough room in my house. That's my excuse anyway.






I also looooooove to watch Bob Ross. Heart It's like meditation and yoga nidra all in one.





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09-02-2017, 04:27 PM
RE: Hey You- What's your favorite YouTube Series?
(09-02-2017 04:15 PM)dancefortwo Wrote:  Well, I like to watch the World Ballet Day series. I can get through almost half the class and then I'm lost. I also don't have enough room in my house. That's my excuse anyway.






I also looooooove to watch Bob Ross. Heart It's like meditation and yoga nidra all in one.





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I have to remember Bob Ross for when I can't sleep, which is almost always.
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09-02-2017, 05:53 PM
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10-02-2017, 08:35 AM
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Ornly one show is worth my time situation, the one from the Drunken Peasant induvidjuls












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10-02-2017, 09:20 AM
RE: Hey You- What's your favorite YouTube Series?
It's not a series but I'm a guitar player and total gear junky and Anderton's in the UK puts out all kinds of product review videos which, in addition to being informative, if you watch enough of them you develop an appreciation for the personalities of the guys doing the demos. My favorites are The Captain (Lee Anderton - owner) and Chappers (Rob Chapman - prog metal guitarist). They know tons about gear and their playing is great, but in a really cheesy way their personalities mesh very well and their banter is often times just as engaging as the products.

I guess the point is there are thousands upon thousands of people shooting gear demos out there. When you find some folks who entertain you at the same time you tend to want to watch a lot of them.
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10-02-2017, 09:36 AM
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I don't really follow Youtube series very much, but I do like to follow:

Big Think
ScienceNet
The Clergy Project
IntelligenceSquaredDebates

and...

Bob Ross
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10-02-2017, 11:38 AM
RE: Hey You- What's your favorite YouTube Series?
The nearest I have is The Bible Reloaded, with Hugo and Jake!

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10-02-2017, 12:58 PM
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The Mighty Jingles does a great job with the history and tank tours, and listening to his laugh as he watches WoT and World of Warships gameplay videos never gets old. I also like PhlyDaily, even though he plays games I don't, like War Thunder.

For atheism-related stuff, I watch most of the TTA podcasts, and get a kick out of DarkMatter2525's work.

I really have been enjoying Tony Reed's "How Creationism Taught Me Real Science" shorts.. and he just put a new one out today which I have yet to watch... gonna go do that once I hit "Post".

I'm also a big fan of Holy Koolaid's approach. Also a big fan of 43Alley, and it makes me sad that he no longer publishes. Sad

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10-02-2017, 01:35 PM
RE: Hey You- What's your favorite YouTube Series?
Lately, I've been going through British history - mostly with Lucy Worsley as my guide. I like her; she's plucky and sincere about presenting history, not just from "our time" but from the point of view of people, as it was happening. Also- she does stuff I'd love to do - like dress in the clothing of the day and pick up actual historical items. She describes their feel and weight - it is what I want out of my history - I want to be able to relate, if possible.

Fit To Rule series was great but, a bit brief - makes me want more, I guess.
British History's Biggest Fibs was THE best. It really cuts through the murky areas that I always had a hard time making sense of.

She has a current show on PBS called, The Secrets of the Six Wives Of Henry VIII. That series will most certainly turn up on YouTube, very soon - very good.
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I think this current fascination I have, may have begun with a one-off called, Inside The Body Of Henry VIII. What a gluttonous, egotistical hog that guy was! Thumbsup

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10-02-2017, 01:47 PM
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(10-02-2017 01:35 PM)kim Wrote:  Lately, I've been going through British history - mostly with Lucy Worsley as my guide. I like her; she's plucky and sincere about presenting history, not just from "our time" but from the point of view of people, as it was happening.

Gotta tell ya, I really have a thing for Worsley. Her brains, her looks, everything about her.

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