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AsbestosFlaygon

stop using me avatar you posh dickhead
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I watch all sorts of channels that talk about crimes or mysteries, and there's three of late that I really dig.

1: LordonARTS
Very dry and minimal editing but I find serves as a really good overview of anything he covers, not really restricted to any types of case in particular, but has more of focus on unsolved cases.

2: That Chapter
Considerably less dry and much more edited, also typically a bit shorter and a tad less in-depth, but way better put together. Again not really any particular types of cases covered, maybe a bit more on the closed case side, but don't quote me on that.

3: Barely Sociable
I believe's been mentioned before here, but I feel really worth mentioning again, despite being very new he's made some pretty well edited, in-depth, and researched shit.
I'd also like give a mention to his series on Satoshi Nakamoto's identity which just finished up today, I'd say that series' equal to the Silk Road video.
 

Michael Jacks0n

You know I'm bad, I'm bad.
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Apr 24, 2020
I watch all sorts of channels that talk about crimes or mysteries, and there's three of late that I really dig.

1: LordonARTS
Very dry and minimal editing but I find serves as a really good overview of anything he covers, not really restricted to any types of case in particular, but has more of focus on unsolved cases.

2: That Chapter
Considerably less dry and much more edited, also typically a bit shorter and a tad less in-depth, but way better put together. Again not really any particular types of cases covered, maybe a bit more on the closed case side, but don't quote me on that.

3: Barely Sociable
I believe's been mentioned before here, but I feel really worth mentioning again, despite being very new he's made some pretty well edited, in-depth, and researched shit.
I'd also like give a mention to his series on Satoshi Nakamoto's identity which just finished up today, I'd say that series' equal to the Silk Road video.

Barley Sociable is great: he's like a more serious, professional version of Nexpo or Scare Theater. I was on the fence about LordonArts, but then I watched some of his older stuff and realized he was an unironic fan of Anita Sarkeesian. I've liked a few videos from That Chapter, but I found them to be boring at times. Also his Irish accent kinda gets in the way of the narration.
 

AsbestosFlaygon

stop using me avatar you posh dickhead
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Barley Sociable is great: he's like a more serious, professional version of Nexpo or Scare Theater. I was on the fence about LordonArts, but then I watched some of his older stuff and realized he was an unironic fan of Anita Sarkeesian. I've liked a few videos from That Chapter, but I found them to be boring at times. Also his Irish accent kinda gets in the way of the narration.
I completely understand, didn't expect everyone will like them, very much a list of channels that I like, especially understand where you're coming from with That Chapter. Although with LordonArts I do find it a tad silly to make the deciding factor him liking Anita, doesn't seem to affect anything he does at least from what I've seen.
 

Fougaro

Glow in the dark K/DA Popstar
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Jul 25, 2016
I've just recently discovered and grown fond of Moonshine Animations. On one hand they do some high quality shitposting in form of figma stop motion animation and figma reviews. On the other hand they have their own series called the Shrapnel universe, a post-apocalyptic stop motion series that can be more or less described as RWBY if it was Dorohedoro meets Metro and if the characters were made by crazy Russian weebs. Personally I think it's pretty cool and I like the character designs. Here are the first and the second episode and the side-stories if you're interested.

Ethereal Snake is another high quality shitposting channel I highly recommend. In the random images thread I posted their videos on Thomas the Tank Engine at the Nuremberg Trial or Mr. Clean as the world ending horror movie monster.

Edit: I forgot to mention Dovahatty and his Unbiased History of Rome. It's the history of Rome told by someone from /his/.
 
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Kill All Kiwis

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Jul 11, 2020
My personal favorites as of now:
Emplemon
Beige Frequency
Fredrik Knudsen
Internet Historian
J.J. McCullough
Joon The King
Jreg
Joe Rogan
Tom Scott
Random Cum Town Channels

Channels I watch when I’m bored
Actual Justice Warrior
Stephen Michael Davis
SomeOrdinaryGamer
Critikal
The Right Opinion
Nerd City
Whang
WavyWebsurf
Colossal is Crazy
Daftpina
NakeyJakey
Oddity Archive
Just Jargon
KneeCaps
Rusty Cage
Coffee Break
Cold Ones
Captain Disillusion
Dereckvon
Official Jim Cornette


Channels I watch when I’m feeling bored and retarded
Ben Shapiro
David Pakman
Secular Talk
Tim Pool
Scarce
Bowblax
The Quarterpouder
Lauren Chen
Tommy C


Channels I’m neutral towards but try to watch sometimes
Gus Johnson
Danny Gonzales
Drew Gooden
Elvis the Alien
Leon Lush
MeatCanyon

Channels I used to watch
Amazing Athiest
Idubbzz
FilthyFrank (doesn’t make anything anymore)
H3H3
IHE
MDE (dead)
Sassy and Opinionated (not around sadly)
GradeAunderA
Lots of music review channels
Lots of edutainment channels

Personally, I’m having a hard time finding funny youtubers. Any recs would be great. My YouTube game is weak even though I’ve been using the platform since 07 I think.
 
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Nick Obre

Tightwads and nitwits and critics and heels
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Aug 11, 2020
Pseudiom.
Makes neat little mini-documentaries about really niche subjects, from absurd shit like the creations of Latin American DBZ fandom, or a pretend-religion based on Naruto, to lost media like a WWF match that got memory-holed, to more culturally significant subjects, like the Japonisme art movement, or the truth and myths about the known alleged photos of Vincent Van Gogh. I particularly recommend his videos about music, like the ones about King Crimson's litigious copyright history, Blue Oyster Cult's weird cover artist, or the story behind Big Iron.
Basically, the guy does a good job, but gets nowhere near enough attention.

His latest video is about an obscure movie about a Japanese historical event, featuring... Johnny Cash.
 

Krystal

Please don't look up porn of me.
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Sep 16, 2020
TheRunaway Guys are still good. I got back to watching Chuggaaconroy and TRG not too long ago and still have a bit of old charm.
Wolfychu isn't too bad if you want a more wholesome escape from internet spergs. She started streaming as a v-tuber not too long ago, but I can see why if you don't really watch because of her voice.
 

Snuckening

Fulltime revolutionary. Drinks death like water.
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Feb 25, 2018
Some small-ish channels I enjoy

"Simon Roper"- a good channel, if you're interested in language development and Old English
"Turbo Conquering Mega Eagle"- a fun DIY weapons/making-stuff-in-the-shed channel
"Bob Gymlan"- Does these nicely-illustrated videos about bigfoot stories. Cheesy subject matter, but he presents it really well; very different to the standard, low-effort, true-believer bigfoot/crypto-zoology
"TrollsvsTrolls" - Kind of a niche subject, but he covers drama in the flat earther scene, which produces some incredible, top-tier autism, which might appeal to KF users

Car/motorcycle spergery...

"- The illestrator -" (the spaces and hyphens are part of the channel name, which can screw with the search function) -Does excellent little mini-docos about different motorcycle manufacturers and models (the Buell one, and BMW r-series ones are good), as well vlogging the builds of his custom bikes
"Iron Trap Garage"- Traditional hot rod builders
"It's Ben Modified" -oddball custom cars/bikes; hemi-powered VW Combi, he scratch-built an electric motorcycle, hayabusa-powered kei-car micro-van.
"Wheels Through Time"- A museum with lots of running, early bikes- mostly American.

As well the more big, well-known car/bike channels- "Bad Obsession Motorsports", "Grind Hard Plumbing", "Finnegans Garage", "Jay Lenos Garage", "Mighty Car Mods", "Regulat Car Reviews", "Yammie Noob", "Doug Demuro".

True Crime...

"Jim Can Swim", "That Chapter", "Nick Crowely" (a new-ish channel, kinda like Nexpo, Reignbot, etc- true crime, internet mysteries, etc)

Other stuff you probably already know of...

"Curious Droid" (space and aeronautical tech/physics), "Ben G Thomas" (paleontology/zoology), "The History Guy", "LindyBeige" (history/weapons/etc), "Scholagladitoria" (historical weapons), "Chubby Emu" (weird medical stories), "Look Mum No Computer" (DIY synth building/circuit bending), "Isaac Arthur" (speculative science/futurism), Forgotten Weapons, Brandon Herrera. Whang, WavyWebsurf, Dank Net, Cecil McFly, Metokur, Kill All Pedos, MATI,