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User avatar #35 - tragickingdom
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(07/25/2013) [-]
I hate when I see these forced "be who you want! take chances! do exciting things! everything is beautiful and so are you if you just try it! go out and have an adventure" posts. Cause like, all that **** cost money.
User avatar #37 to #35 - snowshark
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(07/25/2013) [-]
You can do so much of that on the internet. Not visiting Rio or Sao Paulo or Paris, granted, but you literally have access to the full extent of all recorded public knowledge in the history of mankind. There are countless people worth watching on youtube and blip who do amazing work from drama:


To comedy:

To Music:

To learning:

To Philosophy for ****** sake!:

and that's just the youtube original producers. There's also tons of content from T.V. that can be found there too:

Dude, there's so much **** out there that you can see how beautiful the world is from the comfort of your own home. **** skydiving and waterskiing, surfing's all you need these days to get high on life, if you know where to look.

(If you liked the links, I'd be happy to suggest more for you.)
User avatar #48 to #37 - tragickingdom
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(07/25/2013) [-]
thank you for this
User avatar #110 to #48 - snowshark
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(07/25/2013) [-]
Honestly dude, it's my pleasure. That's not even half of the stuff I am subscribed to and I could probably fill a ton of more comments like that so if you want I'll throw them your way. If you like the channels then all I ask is you support them by liking and subscribing the video (the way youtube works means the more likes the video gets the more visibility it gets on the website, it really does help) because there are just so many people out there that deserve to be seen.

This guy does gut-busting metal covers of music:

These guys make make great music in ways you'd never have imagined possible:

These guys make the best music videos on youtube:

These tow are Lindsey Stirling and Peter Hollens. He sings acapella solo, singing every instrument in the track with his own voice. Lindsey is one of the best violinists on youtube (and a pretty good dancer at that) and wether it's her original music or her tributes (Zelda, Lord of the Rings, Skyrim) they're all magnificent and she'd never have been able to make them with a record label, nor cross-over with artists like Peter:


And if you ever think you've seen the most stupidly, spectacularly magnificent thing a human can do just for the sake of doing it, youtube is a great place to be proven wrong:


I've got videos like these for music, comedy, anime... you name it I've probably got something on it that will make you see it in a new way. 'Cause that's what I do, I share this stuff because the world's a better place that way.