Snow video isn't the only thing that pops up on local Youtube searches. The Brazos Valley also has it's share of fight footage.
Some local posters say they're using Youtube, to vent. "If something happens throughout the day and I get mad about it, I'll post it on Youtube," said Dustin Kemp. "I have a documentary about my house when I lost central air and heating."
Some users say they just post for the fun of it. "I like to make just stupid drum videos with my friends," said Sam Lubinsky.
A few local folks have displayed musical skills online, looking for their 15 minutes of fame.
There are also plenty of Aggie Videos on Youtube. Different videos, they're all on Youtube for different reasons.
"I think everyone's got their own reason for posting stuff on Youtube, but it's a good way to get your message or whatever you're trying to get heard, heard," said Sam Lubinsky.
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