Hey, guys! Yesterday I had the pleasure of talking with Tom Green about YouTube and life and drinking. Go check out the episode at http://youtube.com/tomgreen
! Tom's just getting started, and I'm pretty sure he's gonna be able to make the first legit late night show on YouTube, so I was excited to work with him.
As I state in this video, http://bit.ly/1FeI87s
, this here channel is going to be getting reworked in the next couple months, so get excited! Happy Hour isn't going anywhere, but there will be a new show joining it, and it'll be the best thing ever.
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Daren Von Girdner (http://youtube.com/darenvon...
), the most amazing rapper/person combo since Hammer (http://twitter.com/darenvon...
Cameron Mackey (http://twitter.com/papagocam
) for a fantastic beat. Check out his photography, as well as the duo that he becomes when combined with aforementioned Daren Von Girdner.
) for helping with various graphics, including but not limited to the bumper of this program. I'd also like to thank him for teaching me stuff, making good meat, and have a heart made of solid gold.
Curtis McConnell (http://twitter.com/c_mcconnell
) for the use of his camera, eyes, and brains. Everything you see here is shot through a lens he owns, and a camera that he owns.
Chris Paris (http://twitter.com/ChrisPar...
) for the use of his microphone, tripod, and woodworking skills.
Thank you for watching!