Mr EastCoastMan
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  • Gerrit Harteveld

    They used to do this in World War 1, they made balls the size of coal.

  • Darrin
    Darrin Hour ago

    Free pallets work good to.

  • Richard Baker
    Richard Baker 10 hours ago

    We had wet paper log presses back in the 60s, to be honest they ain't worth the bother. Nice video though.

  • Random Human
    Random Human 13 hours ago

    I made a log like that, but I flushed it.

  • TruAnRksT
    TruAnRksT 16 hours ago

    Plus this is not free heat, and there is no promise that junk mail will always come. So it's not free and is not forever.

  • TruAnRksT
    TruAnRksT 16 hours ago

    This might work better if you spread the pulp out on a large sheet and when it's mostly dried out roll it up into logs so that there is a small division (slight air space) between layers.

  • TruAnRksT
    TruAnRksT 16 hours ago

    wont burn worth a shit unless you add some wax or oils to the mix.

  • William Wetherington
    William Wetherington 16 hours ago

    Awesome keep the ideas coming

  • jacqueline manzano
    jacqueline manzano 17 hours ago

    Oh yes, make your own logs out of paper.

  • Jay Bee
    Jay Bee 17 hours ago

    Takes 5 hours to make a log that burns 1 hour! Brilliant! lol

  • Samsng Device
    Samsng Device 19 hours ago

    If you just toss the paper into the fireplace it will burn exactly the same.

  • Samsng Device
    Samsng Device 19 hours ago

    Can you coat garage floors with that? Also printed newspaper contains unknown CHEMICALS IN THE INK.

  • brandon9689
    brandon9689 20 hours ago

    Id like to make fire logs exclusively from utility shut off notices. Seems like it would be kind of ironic

  • Eric Whittaker

    Could have used a paint mixer and just sharpened the blades.

  • TheBurke48186
    TheBurke48186 Day ago

    is your hubby outside?

  • Christine Latham

    Eww I feel really ill by watching that like my dad use to drink that and I'm so glad I didn't drink that anymore !! 🤮

  • Johnny Hot Rod

    It would be less work and less time if you shred the bills and paper before throwing it in the bucket. This still is not free, it takes time and time is money! You can get free wood dropped off at your house from tree companies during the summer months and stack and split it your self for free. Far more fuel with much less time and work. Buying a log splitter makes things even faster.

      HOSTILE MGTOW 7 hours ago

      Will the average tree 🌳🌳🌳company just give people free wood, or are there any ramifications 🤔⁉.

  • alexandru necsuleu

    Your "blender" will slice off yor legs... just saing ...

  • Rodger Mills
    Rodger Mills Day ago

    Just cut another tree down and split it, it takes less time.

  • The Gimpy Camper

    Hello nw friend! Great idea!

  • Steve B
    Steve B Day ago

    You get saw dust from cutting firewood? Also, did you try using loaf pans to press the final pulp in? They might stack better. They make presses for this purpose too. News paper works better since it's not coated paper. I don't mean to demean your video, just wanted to add my 2 cents

  • Erica Baines
    Erica Baines Day ago

    How long it takes in between grown that you have shown?

  • supakevin gt
    supakevin gt Day ago

    But it's wierd to see u put tap water so hmmm I guess humans should drink tap water cuz it's good for us

  • supakevin gt
    supakevin gt Day ago

    I've been drinking rainfresh and my home self filter water so ya I'm healthy lol

  • Joe Hawthorn
    Joe Hawthorn Day ago

    Just to let everyone know that many people including me are allergic to nestle pure life. My throat swells after 2 swallows. I drink lots of other bottle water and have no problem, only pure life. I called them ,they would not tell me what they do add to the pure life water.So I dont drink it.

  • Don Diego Vega

    Dude, just move to a warmer climate!

  • JJ Nguyen
    JJ Nguyen Day ago

    but water ever it cost for water and electricity for the drill would be more then a nickel!

  • Doug Hoshuer
    Doug Hoshuer Day ago

    I fear Watson hope you are not wasting g your time here . time lost is never regained...19th and past centuries 20&21 centuries kids won't put it the effort,as little there is..🤠

  • ninja
    ninja Day ago

    I hope this fat twat dies real soon

  • ninja
    ninja Day ago

    This is utterly bulshit how you putting 3drops of the wrong liquid in lol

  • Milk Man
    Milk Man 2 days ago

    Pfft -22c whats that like 0° American?

  • Joe Rambo
    Joe Rambo 2 days ago

    They are the number one selling bottled water and they bottles are a substantial percentage of world population, when they where asked to aid in clean up they gave them the same response they gave you on the phone And the first tank tester is pretty high tech

  • Joe Mug
    Joe Mug 2 days ago

    Ok you idiots, as usual you numbnuts do stupid crap!. Most disposable diapers also contain Dioxin. This is a chemical by-product of the paper-bleaching process used in the manufacturing of most diapers. Dioxin is carcinogenic. In fact, the EPA lists it as the most toxic of all cancer-linked chemicals. In very small quantities (parts per trillion) it causes birth defects, skin disease, liver disease, immune system suppression & genetic damage in lab animals. Dioxin is banned in most countries, but not the US....of course!

    EULISS BENOIT 2 days ago

    where can i get a heater like that

  • John
    John 2 days ago

    Great idea. Thank you

  • jj
    jj 2 days ago

    Nice safety tip to do this in socks !!!!!!! thanks

  • Lakiya Phillips
    Lakiya Phillips 2 days ago

    Breyers is the WORST 😪

  • C Wood
    C Wood 2 days ago

    Thoughts on just keeping it in the drain bucket and setting it up near the fire? Seems it would dry just as fast and no need for the mess. Toss in the mail with water, grind it up. Pull out the strain bucket with paper mache and hang it to dry near the stove. After a day or two I bet you wouldn't even need the extra catch bucket underneath it

  • Anna Gomez
    Anna Gomez 2 days ago

    Thank you ! I love it the way you explained it, thank you for this recipe ! 💋👌

  • Bill Kitchen
    Bill Kitchen 2 days ago

    Not a new idea.

  • Charles Martel
    Charles Martel 2 days ago

    9 volt batteries and Steele wool is much simpler

  • Max Xiang
    Max Xiang 2 days ago

    anti vaxxers will never change...

  • Motor\m/heaD
    Motor\m/heaD 2 days ago

    How much can creosote does it give off

  • YooToobModerator
    YooToobModerator 2 days ago

    Hey I heard someone invented a machine to roll newspapers into logs. Seriously, in the 1970's...should save you all the bs here...

      FREE WILL 16 hours ago

      yes, roll them tight and tie them....soak them for a few days in water then let the big ball of fire that comes out each day dry them into logs.

  • Charmy
    Charmy 2 days ago

    I make these every year with your help..! So thank you. 💙

  • felice fiore
    felice fiore 3 days ago

    Love this. My mom did the same with the Crisco Love your Sheltie and baby laughing in background😘

  • Dai Beetroot
    Dai Beetroot 3 days ago

    Just gonna rim it 🦄😂

  • Justin Case
    Justin Case 3 days ago

    Get a reverse osmosis water purifier and use stainless steel bottles. Boycott all companies selling products contaminated with chemicals, GMOs, Factory Farming, Microwaved food. That’s ALL restaurant and processed food and most bottled or can drinks. Read labels before you buy.

  • *facepalm*
    *facepalm* 3 days ago

    Watching this while drinking coke

  • yashia96
    yashia96 3 days ago

    Do you have to change the water?

  • Mark M
    Mark M 3 days ago

    East coast Canadians are clever and resourceful people because they had to be. Here in Southern Ontario we are the biggest wasters of valuable resources.

  • John Melville
    John Melville 3 days ago

    Worth watching but it does look rather time consuming. Wouldn't the circular saw blade cut the bucket? Some interesting ideas here though

  • Jim Shoe
    Jim Shoe 3 days ago

    Why not sheread the paper then continue with your process

  • John Davis
    John Davis 3 days ago

    Use a press with tubing and press them into bars 😉

  • Norman
    Norman 3 days ago

    Has anyone tried dry cow pies? Would it work ? Let them dry for a few days where they fall, then flip them over with a pitch fork to dry a few more days. Stack them under a cover when they're fully dry. An old hand saw should work well to cut them in halves or quarters. A small fan to force air into the stove and increase combustion should cut smoke to a minimum.

  • jj dogg
    jj dogg 3 days ago

    Fireplaces are free in Canada?

  • G bluesman
    G bluesman 3 days ago

    *_..don't listen too this guy...send the junk mail to recycle. This clown only causes more environmental harm to the environment, by the cutting of more trees just too make the paper pulp..bad idea_*

    • pocket83²
      pocket83² 2 days ago

      And what, recycling doesn't also require energy? It's only a 27% reduction.* The 'clowns' in this case are the irresponsible advertisers- and the consumer culture that allows it. And stop italicizing and over-using the ellipsis. *Source:

  • Dawn Cannon
    Dawn Cannon 3 days ago

    If you think that's disgusting wait until you find out what "natural flavoring" is and where it comes from. Then try to find a product that does not contain "natural flavoring". Then there's "Premerin" for menopause. Just where do those "hormones" come from and the horse that dog food is made of????? This is nothing. (compared to those two things)

  • Dancing Hands
    Dancing Hands 3 days ago

    I started mine as well. I cant tell if it healthy or not. One of the sprouts is white one is brown. There seems to be some white spots on it.

  • John Bowen
    John Bowen 3 days ago

    Good information to know! Thanks

  • Maria Luisa Cardenas

    If you grow it in water you need to change the water once a week. I just put it in a pot with soil and kept it watered.

  • dee106ful
    dee106ful 4 days ago

    how not to make an apple pie..... i would not eat any food you made.

  • Buildnrepairs23
    Buildnrepairs23 4 days ago

    -20 celcius!! Damn I thought we had cold winters! Great video and idea.

  • Troa
    Troa 4 days ago

    Really awesome, how long does it last? Please answer thanks! Maybe try to mix it with saw dust too and you got a perfect woody.

  • John VanZalen
    John VanZalen 4 days ago

    This is a great video!! Thanks for sharing your knowledge!! johnvanzalen10

  • Michael Collins
    Michael Collins 4 days ago

    Let's see, can I make 10 cords of that in a year? No, no I cant even get close to that to heat my house. Not to mention I can cut a truckload of wood in the time you make a few of those. Good idea though as far as how to make a nice mood foreleg. But as far as wood replacement, not even close. I like the idea though of how to make you own bc they are expensive. I only use about 3 of those a year though just for mood when guest are here ie Christmas party, Thanksgiving dinner, and Christmas morning. They are nice bc they dont put out much heat and I dont have to worry about all the guest hating me for an 85 degree house lol, when it's just us, i use only wood and it's nice to be near 0 degrees and have windows open while your neighbor freezing and talking about 400$ Bill's. I've been as low as 57$ power bill in winter and avg is always under 150$

  • kr man123
    kr man123 4 days ago

    Stupid poor ugly and DANGEROUS

  • Becky Kent
    Becky Kent 4 days ago

    She said she had made this a ton of times but it looked like a hot mess and why didn't she show the final product??? Isn't that the whole idea when showing how to cook something??

  • Caribbean Zone
    Caribbean Zone 4 days ago

    Ummm , this takes too much time , makes a mess and makes noise. What gets me is that he got saw dust from “cutting fire logs “ I was done after that.

  • AgentDeadfred
    AgentDeadfred 4 days ago

    Canadian Tire buckets... hey,, that's it! We can burn tires.

  • All-About-Diy
    All-About-Diy 4 days ago

    HELLO ink on printed paper, and many of these inks are made with metals like chromium, zinc, or lead, which can be harmful when burned. The smoke caused by burning can cause rashes, nausea or headaches, and may increase the risk of heart disease, asthma and emphysema. Burning also produces dioxin, a highly toxic chemical. Household burning can actually produce higher levels of dioxin than industrial incinerators

  • Thomas Mcintosh
    Thomas Mcintosh 4 days ago

    Thanks. hit for a like & subscribe

  • Wõlf_Aëśthëtić Mèõw

    did u hear 5:35 ?..

  • Life Is Good
    Life Is Good 4 days ago

    I really don’t like my furniture or clothes this year.....mmmm I’m warm now lol

    • Samuel Clark
      Samuel Clark 4 days ago

      Im just commenting because this is so recent

  • Darren Evorglens
    Darren Evorglens 4 days ago

    ...or you can just throw the paper on the fire and burn it

  • Ian Williamson
    Ian Williamson 5 days ago

    Great effort .you clearly are very excited about your idea.heres a tip get unsold newspapers from shops to use .no shortage of paper then.

  • Cezannie Melchor
    Cezannie Melchor 5 days ago

    Where can I get a stove like yours?

  • K.Sangnei Vaiphei
    K.Sangnei Vaiphei 5 days ago

    Do you change the water during the whole process??

  • nktwrk73
    nktwrk73 5 days ago

    Toxic soup from Toner on paper?

  • Jeff Sturm
    Jeff Sturm 5 days ago

    Just burn your junk mail and papers as they come in. It produces exactly as much heat a little at a time with no labor or mess.

  • Jordan
    Jordan 5 days ago

    Did you change the water?

  • Leader
    Leader 5 days ago

    you are so true I cut sugar out of my diet sugar is slowly killing us

  • Daniel Smith
    Daniel Smith 5 days ago

    Hmmm..... so we will probably saw holes in our buckets with the blade, but if we labor about 9 hours a day we can have free heat.

  • AguilarTangFamily
    AguilarTangFamily 5 days ago

    Lost me at welding

  • Liam Neely
    Liam Neely 5 days ago

    Great idea! Two points to add: if you don't have enough junk hardcopy mail, many retailers would be happy to put you on their catalog mailing lists. Also, be sure to put the ashes in your compost pile. Immagine the effect this would have on waste if it really took off. Kudos, EastCoastMan.

  • Cincin 07
    Cincin 07 5 days ago

    Burning paper in your stove or fireplace is not smart it causes a lot of creosote and I can fly all the way up your flue and get caught in your Chimney Cap which will restrict your draw

  • Guy McClendon
    Guy McClendon 5 days ago

    Can you use leaves instead of sawdust?

  • Robert Openheimer
    Robert Openheimer 5 days ago

    Next week: How to make hashish at home for fun and profit.

  • Seokjin
    Seokjin 5 days ago

    Wait really.. I just ate half a tub of breyers Reminds me of cool whip

  • Harley Ross
    Harley Ross 5 days ago

    Now plant it and make a tree. That's where most people fail.

  • Jim Montgomery
    Jim Montgomery 6 days ago

    If milk does not mold, like bread that doesn’t mold, it must be full of chemicals and preservatives.

  • Jochen Stacker
    Jochen Stacker 6 days ago

    So, weld a saw blade to the end of a rod and spin it at high rpm in a plastic bucket that you hold with your foot. Remember to wear a sock for safety. 😀

  • BR1967FE
    BR1967FE 6 days ago

    Cool idea, How long do they last?

  • Tim Glassford
    Tim Glassford 6 days ago

    One thing you can add is coffee grounds. The coffee filter will trap the grounds and the oil from coffee. Mix it in with your pulp like you did with your sawdust.

  • michael mooney
    michael mooney 6 days ago

    heat for free? hardly...............nope but the man is from canada, math is different there

  • HP11208
    HP11208 6 days ago

    Dude go vegetarian/vegan

  • scarface matt
    scarface matt 6 days ago

    not only coke does this with me only having use of one hand if i leave a drink to sit ill just mix them to dump whats left in one glass ive gotten the same result with chocolate milk and DR pepper im no scientist in fact failed grade 9 science 6 times but id say its a reaction between the sugar in the pop and the fat in the milk

  • HP11208
    HP11208 6 days ago

    Take it out and put it in.

  • MIke McC
    MIke McC 6 days ago

    Use Gasoline instead of water-it burns hotter & faster with no drying time.

  • Kavita Thapa
    Kavita Thapa 6 days ago

    I can t drink coca cola I drink Pepsi cola 😎