Discussion in 'Mos Eisleys Space Bar' started by Bob, Dec 26, 2020.
My 4 yr old grandson's favourite... Shaun The Sheep
We have Acorn and we're watching A Moody Christmas again....
edit to correct the channel. It’s the original Australian version.
Watching G.O.T. again. Got season 1 finished, onto S2
Foyles War on Acorn.
Anyone looking for a good YouTube channel should check out Allen Millyard. What he is able to do in his tiny garage is amazing. Just uses his phone to shoot the videos but they are very well done.
I have looked at a bunch of his stuff. Interesting but I can only manage 20 or so minutes at a time.
Definitely some talent.
Thanks for that, got him bookmarked now. I think he's what the Brits used to call a "fitter and turner" back in the day: knew lathe and bench work, could probably hand file a perfect cube and knew how to pour and scrape babbitt bearings etc.
Liked his mug logos... 'Shed and Buried' and 'Mrs. 008'.
Loved it a few weeks ago when "Greta " called when he was getting ready for a ride on the 2stroke... Epic...
"It's almost an electric bike, it has a battery!"
Oh yes, the phone calls are hilarious. Gotta love the British sense of humour.
Another interesting one with a Youtube channel is Colin Furze. Tons of stuff and pretty funny.
This is part 1 of the fabrication of a 100 mph bumper car. (Three parts including the qualifying run)
Colin Furze Top Gear Project #1 BIG ENGINE Small Bumper Car - YouTube
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