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Favorite Websites Outside Gentlemint (and just as importantly, why?)
I'd like the throw my hat into the ring with my first query and hope that it isn't blasphemous, but this IS a link sharing site and a forgiving one at that, so I'll brave it.
I enjoy the 'Mint and have seen things here I would never have otherwise come across. Atlas Obsecura and Laughing Squid, to name a couple. I won't put them in my list since since I discovered them from other gentlemen here. I don't post too often but I'm frequently at other places as well and here are a few of the ones I enjoy with regularity. I'm thinking only the places good enough to merit a visit at least once every day or two.
- ESPN ACC Blog page in the fall, and around signing day, and spring scrimmages. Because: college football
- IntellectualTakeout.com, because I value self-education and so do they. I also enjoy looking into the past and trying to compare where we are now to where we have been. Best of all, I've been introduced to some quality ideas/thoughts/thinkers that I wouldn't have experienced on my own. I enjoy that many articles and with a question.
- Drudgereport.com especially when I'm trying not to be on my phone very long
- 180report.com also because I'm a news junkie. I'll usually nose around the Huffingtonpost.com but not as often since I can get both sides at 180report.com and they frequently link to huffpo.
- YouTube has become a favorite and I enjoy the channel:
- Brosciencelife because I have strong "meathead" tendencies and while its nsfw, it's one of the funniest channels....because it's true! I also enjoy Gavin McInnes and Stan Efferding and will search out their new content.
- EliteFTS.net is another true favorite because (as noted before) I can nerd out on the lifting stuff and they have four new articles posted daily. But EliteFTS also has an incredible YouTube channel and while their products aren't cheap, their awesome advice/coaching is always free. I have purchased bars and other products from them and I've been very satisfied with the quality. And quality lifting advice is hard to find because you have to sift through so much fluff. So I want to support that company.
- Listverse.com which has lists of everything (they even lists about lists) but that's usually only when I have time to waste and I'm feeling indulgent because I get sucked right into that read and click, read and click cycle.
- Netflix: some things are self evident
I look forward to learning of some new, interesting and quality corners of the Internet in which to nose around.