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They have weaponized love as people get stuck in the micro-culture. The Artist D and Attasalina bring all the pieces together and expose the sociopaths, psychopaths, and narcissists wrecking it all. The problem with revolutions is revealed in this episode … Continue reading

Artist D and Ann Marie are digging into cancel culture. Talking the lives of Shane Dawson, Jeffree Star, Jenna Marbles, and Sharon Needles. What’s it all about? Context is important as they look back at our history, Shirley Q Liquor. … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, Jan. 16, LIVE at 9 p.m. — Jonathan Geffner shows up to talk about his YouTube series featuring Van Trillo and Sam Suede, his daringly comedic duo of detectives. The Internet’s original talk show continues in its original … Continue reading

LIVE, Thursday, Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. — Mary Parr is a fresh, lively new addition to the YouTube broadcasting platform. Ms. Parr offers videos as well on her YouTube show, which takes place in pretentious-free room, sans decorative set. … Continue reading

Sal Monella goes bacterial with, “The TRUTH, the Half Truth, and nothing of the truth” reporting on Political Action Committees, or PACs. This time the animal kingdom fights back. The elephants formed PAChyderm and the bears: HiberNation to combat the … Continue reading

Live on April 21 at 9 p.m. EDT, a rare live appearance from a barely alive storyteller of fairy-tale proportions, Grandpa Barry. The iconic and eternal icon of eternity hosts Grandpa Barry’s Almost Heartwarming Stories, a video series that includes … Continue reading

More about comedy and those who perform it with the funny and highly intimidating Adam Lustick. His YouTube popularity is gigantic with his comedy group Harvard Sailing Team. He has also been TV shows Dads and 2 Broke Girls. Jeremy … Continue reading

Singers and bands are concerned that streaming music services like YouTube, Spotify and Deezer pay too little money back to them compared to selling music—which has lost much of its value, too. But the public doesn’t care. The new technology … Continue reading