Read previous installments of For five friends who love video games and know how to sing, You Tube has proven to be the perfect outlet.Since 2010, The Warp Zone has provided a steady stream of entertainment by delivering a cappella renditions of famous themes and putting pop culture twists on Top 40 songs.Semi-related: He won't pressure you to "be healthier." Your entire relationship will be based around carbs and dairy, and you will be so much happier than you were with that dude who was so obsessed with eating clean that he had the trans fat percentage of French fries tattooed on his body.9. No husky man has ever worn Axe Body Spray, and that's a fact.10. If you're a nervous flyer and you forgot your Xanax when you were packing, I hope you brought a husky.11. Brooke "Dodger" Leigh Lawson (Born August 6, 1987) known as Dodger, is an American video gamer, vlogger and "let's player", who makes daily vlog videos (entitled "Coffeh Time"), weekly gaming news videos and let's plays, who grew up on a farm in Oregon.
Her career started on a channel called "Tw33k5 ", in which she created a single video called "OMG HUSKY!!
She is also a regular host of many shows on the Polaris channel such as The Daily Byte, Sort This! Brook is one of the four standard members of the weekly manga podcast known as Mangapod Book Club, in which she, Happi Lee Erin(Erin), Lou Talks Anime(Lou), and Yokurama Game Talk(Yokurama), gets together every week and discusses all or part of a manga together, live, the video being posted on Erin's channel in the end. Her main channel, is used for Gaming Newz, which she uploads every Sunday.
She also does Let's Plays of various games, including dating sims like Hatoful Boyfriend and past streams of games like Dark Souls II, which Dodger uploads all throughout the week.
To the fans, we’d like to say “THANK YOU,” to everyone old and new who has subscribed to the channel.
We read all of your comments, positive and negative haha 😉 WZ: The 5 of us: Michael Davis, Brian Fisher, David Odom, Michael Schroeder, and Ryan Tellez started making You Tube videos together in college as part of a film club at Santa Clara University.