On this episode of “The Remember Hour”, Rash and Skid teach you kids about a new topic of the past: the Console Wars. Before the apocolypse happened, children supposedly engaged in a form of entertainment known as “vidya game consoles”. Operating in tribes, children pledged devotions to different console gods. According to legend, a great power then came down and converted the children to STEAM so there could be peace in the world. Learn more about this legend, and other important history facts on on this episode of “The Remember Hour”
About “The Remember Hour” In a post-apocalyptic society, someone needs to educate the children about the past! Thankfully we have our handy buddies, Rash and Skid here to teach us all about the world a long, long time ago. They know everything about history (Inventions, World Wars, Technological Breakthroughs) and pop culture (The Internet, Videos games, Comic books and movies) from years before the atomic bomb, world wars, super bugs and natural disasters devastated the planet, and forced humanity to living underground. But don’t worry… IT’S ALWAYS A GOOD TIME! So SUBSCRIBE, put your gas masks on, and don’t forget to lock the blast doors so the monsters outside don’t get in, because it’s time for “THE REMEMBER HOUR”
About Chad Quandt Hello people of Earth! I’m a man of many tastes. You may know me from the “hit” podcasts Goosebuds and Paranoia Shoppe or my dumb face appearing on videos across the internet. From Friend Zone to Dick Figures to those ones I had removed because they were “too hot for the web.” During the day I work on the upcoming Guillermo Del Toro cartoon “Trollhunters.” At night I fight crime and talk about my favorite pop culture trends, videos games, and conspiracy theories. If I can promise you anything about this channel, you’ll find a lot of weird stuff. If that sounds like your cup of tea, SUBSCRIBE today and join me on this magical journey.
About Disney’s Maker Studios’ SPARK Maker Studios, the global leader in short-form content and the largest influencer network worldwide, today announced a new talent and programming incubation initiative to support content creation around the globe. Titled SPARK, the program invites creators to partner with Maker Studios to pitch original concepts that could be developed into series or cross-platform franchises. The strongest of the concepts submitted are then produced with Maker resources. In just a few short months, Maker selected and collaborated with dozens of creators for the inaugural “Class of 2015” as well as “greenlit” over 100 additional concepts, supporting creators to make content on their own.