"Sometimes" I like to join in the discussions … but most times folks might get tired, or even exhausted from listening to me! But i digress …
Programming is far and few in-between especially for "art toys", besides the by-now established Toy Break from Ayleen and George Gaspar (and friends) of October Toys, so really, folks are not exactly "spoilt for choice" … but seems the landscape is ever changing and evolving … here are two examples of programming to have recently started in the www:
From KFHC comes "Toy Turds" - a "group-of-guys-on-a-couch" concept with the additional mixed input of verbal vulgarities, heavy metal music, bolstered by the effects of alcohol consumption ("sponsorship" opportunities here, folks!), with two episodes uploaded thus far.
And from new youtube channel Toy Trauma sees numerous genres and brands of toys crossing over and talking smack about each other, in various degrees of vulgarity (notice the emerging pattern?) via stop-motion photography, punctuated in your face with faux dialect voice-overs and script (remembering the good old days of Sucklord's "Microsexuals").