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Yeah, I've seen his videos before :biggrin: Great fun, to see the reactions of people.




Panki actually pointed this one out to me: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuoMasRkMhlj1VNVAOJdw5w

It's a creepy ass channel, with creepy videos. All fictional, but still pretty damn unsettling.
In particular the "Real Sleep" and You are on the fastest available route are simple, yet creepy as hell.

This video gives a pretty nice explaination, but it's a bit more dramatic than I'd like.
Uhm.. think I'm gonna skip this one :biggrin:
 

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Uhm.. think I'm gonna skip this one :biggrin:
Your loss, as the videos are pretty well made :biggrin:

But, I made the mistake of watching one late last night, and yeah, I was freaked out when I went to bed. Recommend watching this either in bright daylight, and only at night if you're severely masochistic.
 

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Your loss, as the videos are pretty well made :biggrin:

But, I made the mistake of watching one late last night, and yeah, I was freaked out when I went to bed. Recommend watching this either in bright daylight, and only at night if you're severely masochistic.
Reminds me of the Amnesia games, never touching that franchise again..
 

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So, I regularly have a discussion with my dad about watching YouTube. He sees it as a waste of time, but I see it as the evolution of entertainment. There is pure crap and shitposting on there, but some channels look like they're just online TV channels.

Example: Donut media.

It's a channel that focusses on everything related to cars and racing. They have series and regular uploads, a whole crew to film and produce their content, everything
I am certain that if this kind of content was broadcast on TV (with some of the obvious YT content edited out, like sponsor and merch segments), nobody would bat an eye.

Mainly their HiLow series. The premise is that they buy two identical cars, and then modify one with cheap mods, and one with expensive stuff, and see which is better.
Other stuff include a regular series explaining stories in the automotive industry called "Up To Speed". Here's the most recent one, about Paul Walker:
Or Wheelhouse, where they explain random concepts and technologies. For example, about car names:
Their manner of presenting might be a bit... an acquired taste (especially James Humphrey is very energetic), but they stuff the videos are about are quite interesting.
 

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So, I regularly have a discussion with my dad about watching YouTube. He sees it as a waste of time, but I see it as the evolution of entertainment. There is pure crap and shitposting on there, but some channels look like they're just online TV channels.
Gen Z (what I consider past 2000) almost watches youtube exclusively. I know this from my sister and her friends. They NEVER watch TV (I only do for two shows), but also barely watch streaming platforms like Netflix. 90% is YouTube.

And yeah Donut Media is great, reminds me a bit of Vinwiki, LOVE their stories. https://www.youtube.com/c/Vinwiki/videos
 
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