I doubt it. Keemstar is also a piece of shit, but not just because of his YouTube content. Leafy was just making abusive video's, Keem is just an abusive person. His video's are still horrid, but they don't hyperfocus on one person, which is what Leafy did.Hopefully Keemstar (Drama Alert) is the next youtuber to get banned. Would make me appreciate YT staff more.
So summarized: Keemstar is actually worse but he's smarter about it on YT.I doubt it. Keemstar is also a piece of shit, but not just because of his YouTube content. Leafy was just making abusive video's, Keem is just an abusive person. His video's are still horrid, but they don't hyperfocus on one person, which is what Leafy did.
Thanks for that! Sure does look interesting.Stumbled across this channel:
This is the place for all the lunacy and crazy ideas from Bad Obsession Motorsport. We're a leading race and rally car preparation company specializing in pr...www.youtube.com
Basically, it's two British mechanics, who do have several project cars. Most notably, they have a project where they try to fit a Celica engine into an old Mini. Along the way, they add a crapload of additional items, basically all the electronics from a modern car, as well. As a result, the only parts that are still original right now, are the boot lid, trunk lid, and roof. Everything else has been replaced or made from scratch.
The style of the videos is very similar to the classic Discovery Channel car shows. It's very entertaining to see, especially if you're into mechanical things.
Never heard about them, will check it out tomorrow.So, in case you didn't know, Markiplier and his friend Ethan (CrankGameplays) have been running a channel together for the past year. The concept of it, was pretty simple: for 1 year, upload a video every day, where they try something new. After the year is over, they're gonna delete the whole channel. That year ends in about a week.
Now, watching the video's was pretty fun. Mark and Ethan work great together as an improv duo. The fanbase, however, got a little... cult-y. Especially since someone (either they themselves, or their editor) decided to leave hidden messages and clues in some videos. As usual, the internet took it way to far, and are spouting out conspiracy theories left and right.
Still, it was highly entertaining to watch the videos. I would link some good ones here, but, well, they'll be deleted next week anyway.
I mean, they're both pretty successful YouTube creators already. I don't think that the ad revenue from those video's will be significant to them, anymore.Never heard about them, will check it out tomorrow.
Props to them if they actually go through and delete. Going back on their word and keeping the channel for $ would be lame.