I recently watched a youtube video series titled 'Nick on the Rocks' a series produced by a Central Washington University professor about the rich geological history of Washington specifically Eastern Washington.
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97 Rock has its own Youtube channel. We upload new videos at least weekly. Some are pretty awesome and -- to be honest -- some suck. But as a complete package it's pretty good. Are you not currently following any Youtube channels? YOU SHOULD!!! Here are a bunch we recommend that are killer:
This guy wants to prank his girlfriend of five years by telling her that he cheated on her (he didn't.) Watch as they just about have heart attacks while this hilarious video unfolds. Can you spell backfire? Cheers.
I was talking to Christina and Alex at our front desk, and they told me I needed to look up a channel on YouTube called MostPopularGirls. THIS IS HILARIOUS!! A team of 3 people use Barbie dolls to act out scenes in which they make fun of the preppy and annoying popular girls we went to high school w…