What Are You Watching on Youtube?

A "blast" from the past?

It is a reaction video featuring a candymaking couple watching someone's candymolding "machine" (in case it's taken down.)
The "family business" are involved in making a super-hot candy (a "request", I believe, from a company that specializes in super-hot foods):

The "client" provided the Carolina Reaper powder that was included in the candy

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A holoween special: Christopher Lee's reading of Poe's "The Raven".

This video's rather long (over 2 hours) but is kinda cute imo:

It might trigger those with acrophobia, otherwise it's rather interesting (especially when they include letters/other communications left behind by characters who died long before the game's beginning.

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From the turkey files:

Delivery worker goes postal on abnormally large turkey in California.

Sheriff's deputy confronts three troublemakers but refuses use of deadly force. (They would be trapped and perhaps "relocated" later apparently.)

This video was posted on my LiveJournal. It features a K5 hearing girl whose parents are both deaf, and the girl signed her class's song.

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This could be helpful in more ways than one imo:

In case it's taken down, it is a video reaction of a licensed therapist on Hook, starring the late Robin Williams.
A sweet/nice video where a little British girl who happens to be deaf got to see "Santa" with the help of Holly the "Elf":

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Cross cultural interactions between a pair of "white" men and several African-American people in Compton:
A therapist anylizes the Pixar film Wall-E
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Some of y'all might appreciate the topic of this video:

The subject of the video (if it's taken down) is/was a discussion about Dead Poets Society with the man who played Charlie Dalton. He talks about working with the late Robin Williams and all of the things presented in the movie (the times and the all of the mores presented to teenage boys in an all-boys school.

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