What to watch while we wait for whatever.
What Tubers do you find entertaining or informative to watch?
I have quite enough virus media in my face from various places.
Don’t put virus related stuff here.
Let’s take a look at something entertaining or ?
Post a link and a short description.
Here are a few of mine.
Bertram - Craft and Wilderness.
Wonderful relaxing – QUIET – Vids of a single fellow doing bush-craft and blacksmithing in traditional ways. A vast departure from the normal “Outdoor Prep” types.
Really good production values for just one guy with a camera. https://www.youtube.com/user/alectheblacksmith/videos
Various magnet fishing Vids.
Until you get board it’s fun to see what they pull up.
In the UK it seems bicycles are the top catch. With the occasional old gun and sometimes a grenade or bomb!
Here is one that’s not all that great production wise, but the joy this boy has being out with his dad in infectious. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGCvjoxN4_vKPVVLcxdvGfw/videos
Penn and Teller review magicians who try to fool them with their tricks.
There doesn’t seem to be a particular channel for this.
Just enter Fool Us in the YouTube search and you will get a zillion hits.
Also you may see an ad for a Master Class in magic by P & T.
And you get to hear Teller speak.
Often you can find a link to another video where someone thinks they know the technique.
Shadiversity - Medieval and ancient times’ discussion, with some fantasy and other subjects here and there. Shad is also an author, if you care for a bit more literature.
GTOger - Watch the entitled and selectively illiterate be towed from this lot in Dallas, Texas, with some humour on the side.
Bedtime Stories - Aliens, cryptids, disappearances, strange deaths and other mysterious events, all in documentary format with excellent voiceover and even better hand drawn art.
Joseph Carter The Mink Man - Ever wondered what a beastmaster of fantasy fiction would be in real life? This guy is the answer. His muskrat hunts and brown rat pest control sessions are like nothing on the Internet. (His Vimeo channel has more like Raccoons, but well, paywalls.)
Brave Dave - Though he’s mostly known for his freight hopping series, he makes some damn good content in general. I love his camping trips, hikes and scrambles.
Clickspring: excellent craftmanship here This Old Tony: machining, but superb here Marco Reps: very interesting tech videos here MeatCanyon: Parodies… but… you’ll see here NightHawkInLight: science experiments and other fun stuff here