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[–] oiseaulibre 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

When a big event happens it's sometimes nice to here someone else's take on it.

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[–] CrazyInAnInsaneWorld 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I still listen to all three, plus some Vernaculis, Naked Ape, Turd Flinging Monkey, Kraut and Tea, Black Pigeon Speaks, and others. Of course, it's usually as background noise while I do something else around the house. One could say they're my own version of Talk Radio/Rush Limbaugh's Show.

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[–] MaunaLoona 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I found new ones like Styxhexenhammer666.

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[–] masterpotato45 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

For me, it has been a great introduction to some of my beliefs

This has also been true for me. Their commentary on current events, philosophy, politics, the elections, etc. has been useful in shaping and helping me to reflect on what I think and believe about a lot of issues (and a handful of issues I hadn't thought about before).

After watching or reading a good chunk of their bodies of work, I stepped away for awhile to think about what I thought about each. But then I continued watching, for the reason that I enjoy hearing what they have to say, and participating in the conversations that result from their thoughts. I tend to agree with a lot of things that each of them say, but I don't agree with everything that they say, which I think is important and healthy for when I watch someone on a regular basis.

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[–] dontforgetaboutevil 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I never listened to those things.

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[–] AlwaysInService 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

The only YouTube "blogger," or however you want to name it, I subscribe to and watch it ShoeOnHead. She's funny and has some good videos. Other ones? I don't want to waste my time for that

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[–] WhatWouldDonaldDo 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I guess my experience has been similar: they were useful and vital when I was starting off and beginning to contemplate my own beliefs, and their "usefulness" in that sense has run its course as I now have my own deeply rooted beliefs coupled with life experience to fall back on

I still watch them simply from the sense that they are entertaining and they are still useful in bringing to light issues I may have missed, don't understand, or wouldn't have ordinarily intrigued me from the get go. I don't watch them as often as I used to simply because now I am busy with progressing my own life and working on my own goals. I most certainly don't agree with them on every single thing, which is healthy; however, their perspective also helps challenge my own beliefs sometimes and come to my own conclusions or reaffirm deep convictions I've already held and continue to grow in

I never was really gripped by Sargon, Armored Skeptic, Shoeonhead, etc; they are entertaining but.. meh to me

Moly has deep insight but is dry and tends to ramble sometimes or has insanely long videos so it takes a little more concentration/dedication for me to finish a video. Amazing intellectual otherwise

The only people I really see myself going back to are Gavin McInnes, Paul Joseph Watson, and Mr. Metokur. Gavin and PJW are typically predictable yet still entertaining, Metokur usually seems to cover a wide array of topics and is always entertaining in commentary