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Favorite YouTube Links

It doesn't have to be so shocking, having fun watching a YouTube

It doesn’t have to be so shocking, having fun watching a YouTube

Blog-Buddies, a friend just sent me a couple of links she thought I would enjoy. GLAYDS was telling me about “Stephen Fry,  a very interesting and intelligent character–he’s an English comedian, actor, writer, commentator and activist.

“His take on “language pedants” is at

“Here he and Hugh Laurie play Jeeves and Wooster in a segment from their early ’90s comedy program based on the P.G. Wodehouse characters:”

Well, this reminded me that we could have a blog post dedicated to that. Just for fun.

Fun is turning out to be the key note in this weekend Aura Reading Level 2 Workshop. And during a break today I am to have fun checking out these links from my thoughtful friend GLADYS.

What do you find to be fun at YouTube? Come on, share.


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    BTW, I’m aware that it would be good/smart/helpful for me to make a bunch o’ YouTubes about Rosetree Energy Spirituality.

    It’s a matter of finding time, working in priorities.

    So far, my favorite YouTubes that I have made are with a Japanese interpreter: . I think these YouTubes are my faves because the interpreter is my friend Kaori-san, whom I miss so much. Haven’t been to Japan for years now, and I miss my Japanese students and clients enormously. I especially miss Kaori.

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    Zofia says:

    Yay! I was wondering if people in the US like Stephen Fry. Jeeves and Wooster should go on Netflix. 🙂

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    Kira says:

    I don’t have any favorite YouTube links, at least off the top of my head. I don’t watch YouTube videos by searching YouTube, I watch them when friends link to them on Facebook or Google+, and only when I have time. (I prefer reading text to watching video, often.)

    Looking forward to seeing other Blog-Buddies’ links!

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