Help us reach 300,000 subs!
➢ Follow Me On Instagram

Business Inquiries:

Additional Music:

Music from Epidemic Sound

Outro by:

Doug DeMuro: The 2023 Toyota GR Corolla Is a Very Special Hot Hatchback

Rich Rebuilds: Squeezing a Diesel engine into a Tesla Model 3


CB Media: Drag Racing Riverboats in Rural Thailand

0:00 Intro
0:46 What to make of the WD Livestream?
6:08 Doug DeMuro shows us the 2023 GR Corolla
6:47 Diesel Engine INTO Tesla Model 3?!
7:23 DDE Unboxes the PUR SPORT!
8:12 CB Media Deserves your SUB
8:45 NIGHT!


  1. Hey Life of Palos come on are you that dense? General Electric ⚡️ doesn’t even provide electricity where Whislindiesel lives or any of the southern states. He sure pulled your hat down over your face and many others.

  2. Where this idiot have ever seen that Free range electricity is existing??? He is a real troglodyte imbecile… He is so stupid… WTF… Youtube should shut down that ignorant

  3. Looks like BS… there is no way you legally tap into power lines. GE does NOT own utility lines. …. I work in the utility (telecom) outside plant industry. There is no such thing as free range power. If there are lines on an easement over his property they are owned by a local power company or the TVA (Federal Government)

  4. How is this even being talked about lol you can’t tap into high lines it’s absolutely impossible, if this is about the video from weeks ago with him joking about tapping into the high powered lines it’s comical lol 😂

  5. I don't know where you're from but electricity isn't free just because they run power lines down the side of the road doesn't mean you can just jump in and tap into them and just take free power that's why everyone's house has a meter on it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out.

  6. You're saying it right from your own mouth you stole power . So you're saying just because there's power lines running along the street in front of my house I can just go out and tap into them and expect I can take free power?

  7. Sure he is. He would have fried if he tried to tap into the high tension wires.
    And he claims that his shop is still connected. That wouldn't be possible if he was caught and sued.
    It would be easy to search General Electric vs. Cody D*****ler

Comments are closed.