When I run across random content on YouTube, Facebook or wherever, I often would like to know if there’s a theme that will tie the channel’s content together. This initial page is to help answer that question.
Mostly, I’m a huge nerd that has tried out a large number of hobbies. I don’t usually stick with them for very long, but will try them out long enough to determine if I like them or not. Usually, I will try and find that out by taking deep dives into what I find interesting about them. Occasionally, I’ll find a hobby that will stick with me for a little bit longer. I’ll likely talk about those too.
Some of my current interests that you can expect to see some video/podcast content around include
- Comic Conventions
- Virtual Reality “Experiences”
- 3D Printing
- Maker Stuff… i.e. Raspberry Pi stuff
- Finishing an unfinished basement into a media room
- I’ll try out the 21 Day Fix workout program by Beach Body
- Collectibles from vendors like Sideshow and Hot Toys
- And many more.
There is a corresponding YouTube video that goes along with this article. In this particular episode, I’ll briefly talk about finding out the coolness that is Thailand popcorn buckets. I’ll spend a lot more time talking in the future about the media room that I’m working on, but while working on my first media room (at a previous house), I became interested in finding cool popcorn buckets. First I started out with plastic normalish ones that look like they could be at a movie theater. But as time has gone by, I’ve found that there are some pretty cool popcorn buckets out there.
While looking for cool popcorn buckets one time, I stumbled upon popcorn buckets from Thailand. Apparently their theater going experiences are much cooler than our own. They have themed, molded plastic buckets for their popcorn. The first one I ended up buying is this Jurassic World popcorn bucket. Since that time I’ve collect a handful of them and will share them with you guys over time. But check this sucker out!
However, they don’t talk about the type of plastic they’re made from and could very well be bad for you to actually use. Who knows, but it looks cool.
One of the main reasons for starting this video log and podcast experience is to get feedback and a community started for the things I’m interested in doing. I’d love to hear from you and your experiences or questions about the topics that I’ll talk about. Please feel free to comment away and I’ll do my best to respond!