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SmarterEveryDay
SmarterEveryDay 2 months ago
If you'd like to be notified when I upload, the email list is WAY better than RU-vid subscriptions. Here's the link if you're interested! I won't spam you. www.smartereveryday.com/email-list
Margarito Trevino
Margarito Trevino 14 days ago
@SmarterEveryDay you need to fix your Playlists and add videos I forget what I was looking for but it didn't have all the videos in it
ben russell
ben russell Month ago
Hey have you ever looked up histology slides? I work in a hospital laboratory and Histology is the most fascinating process i have ever seen. I know you are a engineer and must of studied physicis. Histology is a beautiful mix of Biology and Chemistry that you will defiantly find interesting and could make a video on. There are Histo-Pathology laboratories in every hostpital as it is essential in many diagnosis and you could approach one in Alabama.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍😘😘❤️❤️
Shapst
Shapst Month ago
i'd like to be notified when do some simple experiments over water with those amazing cameras of yours, proving the earth is round. think you could be the one to crack the case Dustin? or are you a chicken.
JoinUsInVR Steam Group [ FishTail ]
@thedank LORD333 the channel is called "smarter everyday" not "fooled everyday" 😜
Rev_dude
Rev_dude 2 months ago
That last clip is why you ALWAYS wear a life jacket on a small craft. Things happen way faster than you think, and you do not want to be making decisions in an emergency.
BUZZ
BUZZ 12 days ago
I’d bet less than 5 percent OF CREW wear them, and maybe only 25 % Passengers wear them.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍❤️❤️🍁🍁
M M
M M Month ago
Not wearing a life jacket on a boat is like not wearing a seatbelt in a car. You won’t have time to put it on before the accident. I’m amazed at how many of my kids’ friends don’t put on their belt until I just sit there and refuse to move the car until they do.
Harald S.
Harald S. Month ago
In Norway this is required by law. I understand why.
Joshua Greene
Joshua Greene Month ago
100%. We were lucky that this wasn’t a “hard lesson”. Hopefully people learn from our stupid mistake. To all the keyboard warriors in the peanut gallery saying that the boat was over capacity, water was too rough and there was nothing wrong with the boat - You’re wrong on all counts. The water was very calm when this happened. The boat was not over capacity IAW the capacity plate and the USCG formula for safe max capacity (that boat was safe up to 10-11 pax depending on weight). And the boat was in fact the cause - The bilge pump wiring broke while on the water and it was undetectable that the hull was filling with water until we saw some water on the deck that clued us in that something wasn’t right (about 30 seconds later we were treading water). The only (and biggest) preventable mistake/lapse in judgement was that nobody was wearing life vests. As the husband of the “pregnant woman” and father to our baby boy, I am forever grateful for the Captain that saved us. I was also pretty pumped when the USCG brought back my Hey Dudes 😂
WHAT'S INSIDE? FAMILY
More videos in Destin please Destin.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍😍
Austin Douglas
Austin Douglas 2 months ago
@Run with us me too. Its great until schools out and all the tourists make traffic and the beaches terrible. August through May is great though
Jarno Ojasaar
Jarno Ojasaar 2 months ago
Pefect Destination.
Ben Elggren
Ben Elggren 2 months ago
I got a “Destin, Florida” travel ad before the video as well. I’m losing my mind.
Andre Anyone
Andre Anyone 2 months ago
The Cost Guard is a branch of the MILITARY so why are they "policing" civilians!!? That's against our constitution
Kenneth Ervin
Kenneth Ervin 2 months ago
8:17 the sense of *URGENCY* the SECOND they heard 'no pulse' - truly grateful we have these guys whether we like them or not on weekends like this, they're ultimately here to keep you alive and able to see the next day... kudos to them, they truly are heroes on the water!
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
nightbling890
nightbling890 2 months ago
@B G boo-hoo, those safety checks are what keeps a stupid father endangering his 3 kids by not having life jackets on the boat.
Steven Hardy
Steven Hardy 2 months ago
@B G We'd much rather write you a violation for not having safety gear, than have to recover you and your family's bodies.
B G
B G 2 months ago
@Alexander Kupke It is the invasive 4th amendment breaking "safety" checks. The main purpose of the Coast Guard, Police, ... might be to proved emergency safety services, but when they have lots of down time and spend it being busy body hall monitors issuing citations that can cost you hundreds to thousands of dollars, it hurts the public relations.
Alexander Kupke
Alexander Kupke 2 months ago
@Michael Frey I never get the lack of appreciation or even respect for any service that is installed for the sole purpose of public safety. I see it like an airbag in my car. I never want to see that thing up close, but in some unexpected and highly unwanted case, it might be the thing I am grateful for when it was there. So thinking about it, I am glad it is there when I need it. And same with helping others in emergency situations, like that boater on the Adelaide (not sure if I got the name right) did. Not only while boating, but on the road in traffic or anywhere. I will go out and help someone, who for example got into an accident or is sufffering from a helath issue, just because I hope if I happen to need help, someone will do the same.
Bendigo
Bendigo 2 months ago
I love how you so delicately described why you didn't want to show a lot of what you filmed. Most people would be filming and posting that every where. Much respect to you for your respect for others.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
Rowan Hawkins
Rowan Hawkins Month ago
100% agree, Destin doesn't SIMP because he has real content and doesn't need to.
DonTruman
DonTruman Month ago
I thought the same. Much appreciated. Class act. And I've seen lots of channels about other things, that start slipping in junk because it attracts eyeballs. It's tough to resist, because it works for boosting ad revenue.
Bendigo
Bendigo 2 months ago
@Ken Wittlief I know. Thanks though.
Ken Wittlief
Ken Wittlief 2 months ago
this channel is not about drunk or stupid people - there are hundreds of those its about the US Coast Guard
Natec
Natec 2 months ago
man this series is great. makes you respect a military branch that not a lot of people will even acknowledge.
BubblewrapHighway
When I was at the DLIFLC, we had ONE Coast Guard personnel on post. You're right, didn't acknowledge them enough.
Sheo
Sheo Month ago
It's ironic because they're the branch of the military that do the most every day to help the average citizen. There is no 'peacetime' for them. They are on alert 24/7 365 days a year.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍❤️❤️
mike henthorn
mike henthorn Month ago
everyone makes fun of coasties till they F up and need pulled out of 30ft seas.
DeusVult
DeusVult 2 months ago
@The Emerald Men Official dude don't take our banter serious for us. We don't.
Robert Wilko
Robert Wilko Day ago
I live in destin florida. We love the coast guard around here. They picked me up when my kayak sank in the middle of the bay at 2am. Thank god I was able to keep my phone dry long enough to call 911 lol
OmegaLink
OmegaLink 2 months ago
"Hi, I'm Destin from Smarter Every Day, and I'm going to give you an appreciation for the things you overlooked in life" I love this channel so much, thank you for being a non-ironic enthusiastic person on this platform
Ailsa Ni
Ailsa Ni 2 months ago
everyone has their belts on."
phishhu
phishhu 2 months ago
Yes! Let's do Smarter Every Day deep dive on the Space Station where Destin goes to the Space Station personally.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
Randall Pink
Randall Pink 2 months ago
@Vigilant Cosmic Penguin Scott Manley has entered the chat
Vigilant Cosmic Penguin
If there's any RU-vidr who should have a chance to go up to the ISS, it's definitely Destin.
just another fennec
just another fennec 2 months ago
Someone get a hashtag going on Twitter, musk is crazy enough he might just shoot Destin up on a falcon.
Eric S3
Eric S3 2 months ago
@András Bíró We are on the brink of a huge economic recession, it will put a delay of several decades on serious plans to reach mars, imho.
T.H.E. Helpertoo
T.H.E. Helpertoo 2 months ago
As a retired Coastie, I raise my glass Destin! To you and to the dedicated volunteers of the United States Coast Guard.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
Matt Rohaly
Matt Rohaly Month ago
@DV8 *** as of 2003, Coast Guard is part of Homeland Security.
Matt Rohaly
Matt Rohaly Month ago
@thejohnbeck lol! That’s pretty accurate!!!
mike henthorn
mike henthorn Month ago
@FBRMD so at what point did they move from the dept of the treasury? they started as the revenue cutter service after all.
Jon Dorsey
Jon Dorsey 2 months ago
@T.H.E. Helpertoo nothing but respect for you guys. One who's willing to dedicate a career of risking their life, to save someone they don't know.... most honorable service you can provide.
NightWa1ker
NightWa1ker 2 months ago
Coast Guard always gets a lot of flak from other branches, but this series has really helped to break the misconceptions. Glad they are patrolling our waters.
Anthony Greenwood
All of the branches do that in peace time, it's just a thing. Everyone in service respects the coasties for what they do, period. A little ribbing now and again just happens. They are our last line of defense in the event of terrible things, but they're out there, every day, saving people and all service members know it.
ChirpyR6
ChirpyR6 2 months ago
Another series similar to this that I think would be really interesting is a deep dive on Cal Fire. Talk dispatch, engines, command, air attack, etc
moveabledo
moveabledo 2 months ago
So much content on YT I have to pre-watch for appropriateness before my little kiddos watch. But your clean, exciting, informative content is always kid-safe, dependably! Thank you, Destin!
Ailsa Ni
Ailsa Ni 2 months ago
information on the Coast Guard. Thank you for creating this series! Keep doing great things!
General Vestal18
General Vestal18 2 months ago
Thank you so much for making this series. These videos have helped me with the decision of enlisting in the Coast Guard. I've always wanted to serve, but there isn't a lot of information on the Coast Guard. Thank you for creating this series! Keep doing great things!
M. Gustafson
M. Gustafson 2 months ago
Semper Paratus and good luck! 👍🏼😎✌🏼
Sean Dickens
Sean Dickens 2 months ago
@Chad Neu in general I'd agree, but it also depends on the rate you choose. If you go CS, you can make chief in like 6 or 7 years. Choose a critical rate and you'll fly, we're hurting for numbers like any other branch. And while it is a decent chance that you could be on a cutter for a couple years, it's not guaranteed at the moment. About half my graduating class got stations, it all comes down to the needs of the CG and we need quite a few in stations for some reason
Chad Neu
Chad Neu 2 months ago
just FYI if you care about money then the coast guard is the last branch to join. it's very difficult to rank up in the coast guard and takes quite a long time. you'll more than likely spend your first year or two on a cutter which sucks and the pay is low. it's a rad job though.
Sean Dickens
Sean Dickens 2 months ago
@General Vestal18 If you ship anytime soon, look out for SK1 Koerner, OS1 Santana, and AMT1 Haro. They were my Company Commanders. Try to be on your game in front of SK1 especially, he will hem you up. Know your general orders, scream your face off, move fast, and live, eat, breathe recruit comms.
General Vestal18
General Vestal18 2 months ago
@Sean Dickens Thanks man, I'm definitely ready to get to Cape May! Hopefully I see you in the fleet!
pickapart21
pickapart21 2 months ago
The banter at 11:18 is so good. "Thanks for paying your taxes." 🤣
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍
Michael Frey
Michael Frey 2 months ago
​@Vigilant Cosmic Penguin sometimes a good natured joke is a much better lesson then a harsh talk. Getting the shoes and hat back is a good one - it shows that the cost guard, real people, are out there that do not mind saving you, but also: that could all that there could have been to save and they are lucky, that they are just a small note in the annual report, not a "could not be saved".
Vigilant Cosmic Penguin
@T Nelson I hope they actually said that to the boat's owner when they reached him. Would've been some fun good-natured banter.
T Nelson
T Nelson 2 months ago
You forgot your boat! haha
Daniel
Daniel 2 months ago
I've been living in destin for 6 years and work on the beach. Ive seen too many lives lost in that water. So I truly thank you for bringing awareness and safety to some of the dangers people may face.
Mark Allison
Mark Allison 2 months ago
"In different states of mental awareness because of choices they had made" is one of the politest, most generous circumlocutions I have ever heard. You're a gentle genius😊
Mark Allison
Mark Allison 13 days ago
@JacobSk As an autodidact I am most gratified when someone can learn from me😊
JacobSk
JacobSk 13 days ago
Thanks for teaching me my word of the day "circumlocution"! Adding that to the vocab vault
Laugh
Laugh 2 months ago
My grandparents passed away last month and we used to visit them in Destin every summer. It's a strange nostalgia seeing a place I recognize so well from such a different perspective. Every experience I've had with the coast guard there around crab island has been super nice.
🍓 𝐌𝐘 𝐇𝐎𝐓 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎  - SĘÉ NÓW !
He was the only person who had ever been 😀⏰👍📢
Scott A Seigel
Scott A Seigel 2 months ago
Destin in Destin made me giggle. We used to visit when we were stationed at Fort Rucker, AL and it took me back. It’s so great to see someone’s faith evident through their actions-I didn’t meet too many like him when I was studying engineering-SED sure is a blessing!!
Saber Sight
Saber Sight 2 months ago
hey Destin, what might be interesting to do a video on next is cargo ships, my guess is there is a lot more behind it then simply moving one thing from one place to another, Yes theory just was able to hitch hike a ship, so no doubt a video about how it works would be possible
Working Guy
Working Guy 2 months ago
LIFE JACKETS - just imagine if people wore them when out on open water instead of storing them away. This is why the auto-inflate life vests are so popular now (among those smart enough to wear them); they don't restrict movement, are light and small until one needs it.
Evan Stedman
Evan Stedman 2 months ago
14:33 that's why you wear the lifejackets and make sure everybody is before you leave the dock... I have the same rule when I drive: "My car doesn't start and we don't leave until everyone has their belts on."
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
Alexander Kupke
Alexander Kupke 2 months ago
@SmarterEveryDay Looking at the rough ride a smart move. Even if you can swim, it looks like it easily might happen that you involuntarily disembark while knocking your head on the way out. People for such instances never seem to realize that there might be instances where you get off a watercraft, due to an accident or a health issue, which will leave you possibly unable to swim.
Alexander Kupke
Alexander Kupke 2 months ago
@Spee Det sure you don´t confuse them with high-visibility vests? (Which across Europe in most countries are mandatory to have in the car by the way)
immikeurnot
immikeurnot 2 months ago
@MonkeyJedi99 No, on top of the parachutes, duh. You gotta put the PFD on before the parachute. Sheesh.
immikeurnot
immikeurnot 2 months ago
@pyropulse Unless they're in the back seat, in which case they very much become your problem in wreck.
David Roddini
David Roddini 2 months ago
How nice of them to name a coast guard station after him!
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
Andre Anyone
Andre Anyone 2 months ago
The Cost Guard is a branch of the MILITARY so why are they "policing" civilians!!? That's against our constitution
E
E 2 months ago
@Halil Yea they are just insecure internet trolls, thank you!
Halil
Halil 2 months ago
@E Ignore these clows. They are happy to jump on the occasion to belittle somebody for no reason. Yes, Destin is the name of the place he is at, but the station is also called Destin as we saw in the beginning, named after the city. So the joke works.
CMDR Sweeper
CMDR Sweeper 2 months ago
@E Yes, but the city was named after Smarter Everyday... They just foresaw how big Destin was going to be in the future!
Archean
Archean 2 months ago
Way to go, captain of the Adeline! So good to hear people looking out for each other, and avoided a potentially deadly situation. Love the video, Destin. I have been loving these documentary series you've been doing. The Tractor Pulls, Navy Submarines US Coast Guard, etc, are so good.
Sandy Masquith
Sandy Masquith 2 months ago
Thank you, Destin, for shining a light on the many and varied things our Coast Guard does for us. Your enthusiasm really comes through, and your thoughtful approach to explaining everything is great. And, of course, a great big thanks to the men and women of the United States Coast Guard for doing all those things you do each and every day. God bless you Coasties!
Annihilated Films
Annihilated Films 2 months ago
This episode is amazing! Keep doing what you're doing, Destin. 🤍
Michael Green
Michael Green 2 months ago
Love the series. Its fascinating to see the behind the scenes look at everything the Coast Guard does.
JustinAZ90
JustinAZ90 2 months ago
I love these deep dive series. Keep them coming man. I appreciate all the hard work you're putting in.
Alex Pullen
Alex Pullen 2 months ago
I love this specific series. My dad is ex-Coast Guard and to see these men and woman in action in ways my dad told stories about is so cool! I can't wait to see the next installment in this series.
Try Knight
Try Knight 2 months ago
Awesome to see this video right as I get out of boot camp! Your first video made me do some research and get in contact with a recruiter. And as of two days ago I'm finally a coastie!!
Try Knight
Try Knight 23 days ago
I am now stuck on a cutter oh god why have I done
CptAJbanned
CptAJbanned 2 months ago
Man, I really really love these deep dive series into interesting professions. The submarine one was amazing. Please keep making these
thejhp Jun
thejhp Jun 2 months ago
I have learned so much about the Coast Guard through this series. Really hope to see more like it!
H1Ri$es
H1Ri$es 2 months ago
This is an awesome series. And thank you for making this content, I've definitely learned a lot from this episode.
Jennifer Hofmann
Jennifer Hofmann 2 months ago
Loving this series, thanks for all the work that goes into making it! As a former lifeguard, I can attest that a lifejacket stowed means no lifejacket.
Charles Coulon
Charles Coulon 2 months ago
My most sincere and heartfelt thanks to all members of the Coast Guard. Thank you for doing what you do.
Oscar N.
Oscar N. 2 months ago
This was an excellent series! And I'm sure the Coast Guard appreciates this a lot!
Kshoo
Kshoo 2 months ago
This series Is amazing, would love even more content about the coast guard!
Keith Williams
Keith Williams 2 months ago
Love learning with these sort of deep dive videos; keep up the amazing content.
William Toole
William Toole 2 months ago
always just so much wholesome, enjoyable content about the coolest subjects. Thanks Destin!
Dene181
Dene181 2 months ago
I love that you are always doing such great and amazing things and film and explain them for us, thank you!! 👌
Collin Ramirez
Collin Ramirez 2 months ago
Every new video on this channel is easily one of the best parts of my day. Keep up the work man you’re amazing
seidmadur
seidmadur 2 months ago
Thanks for this video. I have a crazy huge amount of respect for the work the coast guard do!
AmILost
AmILost 2 months ago
love this video. i’m a sailing instructor on the great lakes and teach small boats so we routinely capsize them as part of that. always a blast to have good samaritans call the coast guard while watching us capsize like 5-6 boats in the span of a couple minutes. they’re always laughing their asses off about it when they get there
Adriel Burned
Adriel Burned 2 months ago
Thank you for these videos! So clean and wholesome. Well made and edited. I always look forward to your videos!
Leena R0se Sᴇx Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ 18
Thank you, Destin, for shining a light on the many and varied things our Coast Guard does for us. Your enthusiasm really comes through, and your thoughtful approach to explaining everything is great. And, of course, a great big thanks to the men and women of the United States Coast Guard for doing all those things you do each and every day. God bless you Coasties!
Michael Fralick
Michael Fralick 2 months ago
Love these videos with the Coast Guard. I can't get enough of them.
D MAC
D MAC 2 months ago
Thank you Destin for doing these videos. I appreciate you bringing my branch into the light and helping people understand exactly what we do out there and how we help the American public.
RedKB
RedKB 2 months ago
Always excited for another smarter everyday video!
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍👍
Andre Anyone
Andre Anyone 2 months ago
The Cost Guard is a branch of the MILITARY so why are they "policing" civilians!!? That's against our constitution
Michael
Michael 2 months ago
Whoa, that's a name I haven't seen in a while! Your videos are how I learned to solve a Rubik's cube many years ago
🍓 𝐌𝐘 𝐇𝐎𝐓 𝐕𝐈𝐃𝐄𝐎  - SĘÉ NÓW !
But the government has not yet decided ☠️😈👌😎😎
Chrnan6710
Chrnan6710 2 months ago
Have you solved your collection yet?
slawek k
slawek k 2 months ago
Can't wait to watch it later with wife and daughter. Your videos are awesome and very educational
Mark Branstetter
Mark Branstetter 2 months ago
What a great video series. Thanks to all those in the Coast Guard who serve and protect us!!!
AKtoVA
AKtoVA 2 months ago
@SmarterEveryDay Awesome video as always Destin. This series has definitely taught me a lot about the Coast Guard; keep up the great content!
Alan Mac
Alan Mac 2 months ago
Fantastic as always. One of my favorite 3 channels. Born in Huntsville, I have a special interest in the "near home" videos 😊
Lack of Gravitas
Lack of Gravitas 2 months ago
Hey Destin, I just want to say I'm really enjoying these deep dive series you've been doing, please keep it up. Single episode topics are fine and all but when you find a subject like the Coasties and the Subs that have a ton of stuff we don''t hear about, it really is worth it to dig deep like you've been doing. Thanks my dude!
Bob H
Bob H 2 months ago
Thanks for this series about the Coast Guard. My dad was in it in the early sixties they didn't have all this fancy stuff. His survival suit were blue jeans and a denim jacket.
Aviator_Z
Aviator_Z 2 months ago
This is an amazing video and series! I absolutely love this! Keep it up man!
charle
charle 2 months ago
thank you for another feel-good video! they always make me smile while i learn something
Fahrenheight
Fahrenheight 2 months ago
I love this series. So glad it’s not over.
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
👍👍
John Gleich
John Gleich 2 months ago
This has been a great series! Thanks for sharing!!
The Bricker
The Bricker 2 months ago
I love this series! Super happy to get a new episode!
Christopher Blevins
Christopher Blevins 2 months ago
I'm REALLY enjoying this series! One of the best so far!!
Michael Skinner
Michael Skinner 2 months ago
Great video! Have you seen any of videos on recurve wave walls in action during a hurricane or similar event?
LongHardLee
LongHardLee 2 months ago
Fantastic video as always. Love the Coast Guard series
ATLOffroad
ATLOffroad 2 months ago
So cool to watch this. I lived in Destin for 5 years and saw all kinds of craziness out on the water. The Coast Guard and local law enforcement has their hands full with all the inexperienced and inebriated boaters out there.
Sam Wolf
Sam Wolf 2 months ago
I love these series. Your Submarine series was outstanding! You should do another set of series on power generation or agriculture.
Adam Smith’s
Adam Smith’s 2 months ago
Love this series thank you for such a awesome video!!
Lithane
Lithane 2 months ago
Awesome look into the coast guard, appreciate these videos!
DoctaMeff
DoctaMeff 2 months ago
I actually forgot how interested in the coast guard I was at one point. This is a great video :)
Outdoorsy
Outdoorsy 2 months ago
One of the best episodes from you yet. REALLY enjoyed this
D.S. C.
D.S. C. 2 months ago
Love the series Destin, thanks for shining a light on our Coast Guard. Bravo Zulu! BTW, a ground pounder's mess hall= a seafarer's "galley."
Spam Can
Spam Can 2 months ago
I wish I could like your videos twice! Keep up the great work, Destin!
Auntie D
Auntie D 2 months ago
I so admire and respect the people who dedicate their time and lives to keep the rest of us safe! 💖
Condog 13
Condog 13 2 months ago
I look forward to your videos more than any other creator. I always learn something new!
Ryan Stanley
Ryan Stanley 2 months ago
Awesome to see you down here, Destin! Fun fact: I used to work on the beach in Orange Beach in high school. One day I heard a SUPER loud boom. I thought Eglin was dropping mini nukes or something! You taught me that pilots can go supersonic out near Orange Beach (based on the sectional chart), and that must have been what I heard. They might have been a bit too close to shore, lol. Who knows. Also, I went to Blue Angels Elementary and had to be moved from the window because I would watch them practice and wasn't paying enough attention. Irony!
LTPinecone
LTPinecone 2 months ago
YES MORE COAST GUARD! love this series! Keep em coming!
Jacob Klimes
Jacob Klimes 2 months ago
What a great video and a good glimpse behind the scenes. Thanks Destin
Timo Y
Timo Y 2 months ago
The foresight of your parents when they named you and the greatness you've become is unmatched. Thanks for sharing your adventures!!
DRIVE IN CANADA
DRIVE IN CANADA Month ago
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Timo Y
Timo Y 2 months ago
@Vigilant Cosmic Penguin Maybe it was Destin himself.... 🤔
Vigilant Cosmic Penguin
Or maybe the city was named after Destin, by a time-travelling fan.
Paul Riceman
Paul Riceman 2 months ago
Love the video. Destin is a 2nd home to us and to see into the operation of the US Coast Guard station there was amazing! Thank you for that! Passed by that station so many times not realizing it was that active with that many Coastal Guatdsmen located there! Amazed they let you have that much access! Awesome!
The Bricker
The Bricker 2 months ago
Great video! You should have come down to Coast Guard City USA, Grand Haven MI for Coast Guard Festival. This year we had two large cutters (USCGC Hollyhock, USCGC Spar), a slightly smaller bay (USCG Neah Bay) , and a massive Canadian Coast Guard Cutter (CCGC Samuel Risley)! I recommend you checking it out next year!
matt sully
matt sully 2 months ago
I'm loving this look at the Coast Guard. I had no idea what they really did before. Thank you for helping to make me Smarter Every Day!
Ripp
Ripp 2 months ago
Interesting and informative series, as a former Coastie.
Messier 87
Messier 87 2 months ago
I've actually gotten smarter by your scientific content! but I'm a little jealous of all the cool science you get to do daily.
BAHBDL
BAHBDL 2 months ago
I love everyone of your videos. I learn more about things I didn't know and even things I already knew about. Thank you for what you do.
Martin
Martin 2 months ago
Destin. This is awesome. I have nothing but a smile on my face, for what you do. Especially for the cg. Please keep making me smarter.
kelly hill
kelly hill 2 months ago
I really do appreciate these videos. Especially the ones that show the men and women that protect us civilians every day. Police. Fire. Hospital medical staff. Army. Navy. Air force. Marines. Coast guard. Firefighters. Etc. A lot of good people in this world.
Jake Henderson
Jake Henderson 2 months ago
I'm from Destin born and raised and I am an avid diver and love the coastguard for all they do!
Wyn Crowson
Wyn Crowson 2 months ago
FINALLY!!🎉 I’ve been waiting so long for the next video in this series! Thank you Destin!!😊
Zion Warden
Zion Warden 2 months ago
Thank you Destin for honoring the people that lay their lives down to save people who got lost at sea.
Mark Chippendale
Mark Chippendale 2 months ago
Boating CAN be painful! I went waterskiing with my dentist (Yup!) who had a lovely smallish ski-boat but with a very impressive blueprinted engine. We had a good time and then on they way back he offered to demonstrate the engine's capabilities... And he went wide open throttle. And it was VERY impressive indeed!! Until I parted my knees... Not to put too fine a point on it, as we landed, after cresting one small wave, the sudden upwards jolt sent my privates slamming down into the seat cushion with considerable force - not unlike receiving an upwards slap from an open hand! This would only have caused mild stinging if done to the face - but it was another matter entirely when testicles were involved!! A mistake I will NEVER make again!!!
Scott Munch
Scott Munch 2 months ago
Destin...love your channel and the series. When something happens to your car, you pull over and get out to deal with it. When something happens to your boat, well... you can't pull over...or get out (by choice). Many boaters don't have the respect for the hazards of the water (which this video shows can happen FAST). Fellow boaters and the Coast Guard become instant saviors when things go bad on the water. Those that serve in the Coast Guard quietly protect all of us that are privileged to be able to enjoy the water for our occupation or recreation. Thank you Coast Guard.
iVET-Ansolini
iVET-Ansolini 2 months ago
I love this series you did on the coast guard!
stabf
stabf 2 months ago
i love these military deep dives. The submariners one was fantastic and this one is great too.
James Smith
James Smith 2 months ago
Love when smarter everyday gets us smarter least once a week
SKiZ416
SKiZ416 2 months ago
What an amazing feel good video, A1 to the US Coast Guard of Destin, FL I salute you and thank you
Brandon W.
Brandon W. Month ago
Thank you for all the videos you post, Destin. I always get so much enjoyment out of each one! Been depressed lately and this one brought a little happiness back, even if it's entirely unrelated to what's going on in my life. I strive to live a life as genuine and kind as yours 💜
Jon Guthrie
Jon Guthrie 2 months ago
Destin, you make the best videos. Thanks for making me smarter!
Edward Tilley
Edward Tilley 2 months ago
Great video, and great handling of people's privacy too. Impressive.
policy does not Trump the Law
it's been a while since you posted a video I hope all is well look forward to more content best wishes to you and your family
Brett Christoffersen
Destin: You're a class act! Choosing NOT to post drunk boaters on the internet out of respect for their privacy (even though they shouldn't be drunk out there in the first place). You are a gem. Keep your videos coming. Always a treat when I get your email saying a new one is ready.
FirecatHD
FirecatHD 2 months ago
Really interesting! Would love to see more
WOODY
WOODY 2 months ago
Good one J...I still have what you said in the sinking helicopter memorized, about staying anchored to what you know is truth....It had a lot of meaning OUTSIDE of surviving a sinking helicopter too
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