Chatting with a Columbine Survivor

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Anon1993 : The only guy that can give an interview in a kitchen, living room and bedroom all at the same time.

Wissenswert : Man .. made me tear up when he said "i feel like i have to kinda live for them" .. such a valuable good episode. Keep these going, andrew. In some way this is way more valuable than the pranks.

Just a Youtuber : Such an inspiring video, wow didn’t expect any of this.. great video

mmm6325 : Andrew:So youre a columbine survivor? Dude:Yeah Andrew:Haha

Brady McIntyre : Weird flex but ot4y

Zero : interview a pornstar: 40 min interview a columbine survivor: 10 min

Shawn Tanner : *reads title* man, andrews awkward laughs are going to be interesting here

Troy Gallatin : I’ve always wanted to hear from someone who experienced this massacre

Peter : If this guy interviewed Hila from H3H3 "Yeah.." "Yeah."

Taylor The Warlock : andrew some constructive criticism: this guy had a lot of really interesting details that made the story captivating. In the middle of his story, you kept saying stuff like "okay so you made it out, then what?" but he would kind of reel it back in and continue with the interesting details of HOW he made it out, etc. I'm glad he did that cause those parts were really interesting. Basically, you might want to let the guests talk sometimes when they have a really interesting story and just sit back and actively listen. Joe Rogan, for example, does a good job of knowing when to move the convo along and when to just let the guest talk for a while. Your chatting withs are awesome though and the quality has improved a ton. This is just something that I noticed and feel like might be beneficial to work on.

marc07112 : Damn, you can see his pain in his eyes.

OD138 : This is one that maybe Andrew should have familiarized himself with the incident a little more because this is some real shit.

Uchiha Sasuke : Lol Andrew is terrible at asking questions, the interviewed person carried the interview himself haha

Rew Diaz : Andrew: *giggles* "Oh, So you kinda had a head start?" "...well the shooting actually happened outside" "oH oTaY..."

Mrzanetti100 : Easily my favorite ”chatting with”

Mike Greg : he seems like a really great guy

Arthur Abel : So much courage from someone who lived from a traumatic event like that.

babyboo097 : His response to Andrew mentioning Mr. Sanders was very disappointing. That teacher was a hero and just a little bit of research would show that.

B Sz : I don't know if Andrew is just unintelligent or a stoner but his guests are a lot more articulate than him

Oak101 : LAHWF: "So you were there at the Columbine Shooting?" Will: "Yeah" LAHWF: "Hahahahaha"

Danna : This should have been way longer 🙌🏽 wow what an interview...20 years later and you still can never forget.

Fuck off I got work to do : this is pretty disturbing to hear.. can't imagine it happening at my school. would probably shit myself while the adrenaline rushes through my veins

Classy Mistake : I started tearing up when he started talking about Dave Sanders. This was a really touching episode

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MrPaulOnion : This guys voice is so soothing even though he's talking about such a terrible occurrence. I just want to listen to him tell stories all day. I really like the mindset he's come out with as well. I live with depression and there are times where if I try to make myself happy, I only feel worse, so I switched to trying to make other people happy. Their reactions give me real happiness that I can't achieve myself.

MiguelGGM : Chatting with a no nut November survivor at the end of the month pls p.s hopefully me!!!

Corey Ross : Damn, andrew cold blooded. Dude is crying and andrew is just like "ya".

Tyson Q : Chatting with someone who has taken a vow of silence

Matthew Phelps : Nearly 20 years ago and the pain Is still so real. Thank you Will

I eat ass : Do chatting with a combat veteran

ODN4 : Wow the way he turned around his mindset to help others and to live his life to the fullest was so courageous we can all learn a lot from that.

Luke : tbh these chatting withs are otay with me

Jax Shae : When he mentioned how he went up to his track coach Dave Sanders to alert someone, I got instant tears in my eyes knowing what had happened to him.

a e : i know good people by their face, voice, stories, it’s so obvious that he’s a good human being, you don’t need to dig deep to see the good in him and i love that about him.

lovinliverpool : Excellent interview. The pollce force did an awful job during Columbine. I'm really happy that you guys didn't say the names of the shooters because over the years there's always been the main focus on them and not enough on the victims and their families.

Caeden Emerald : What the hell is wrong with this interviewer

DaleDeekes : I do miss the pranks but these videos are just as entertaining but in a different way. Keep it em coming OTAY OTAY

Casperian : The police failed the students and community that day. They stood outside the school and did NOTHING to save the students as they were being massacred. The students that survived saved themselves!!! The police being outside the school in the parking was no more effective than if they had just stayed at the police station. What a bunch of cowards. They were paid to serve and protect their community yet when it came to doing so, they did nothing.

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It'sAlexForShort : This was so sad to listen to :(

Rico Highway : Liked it already, whoops.

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Casperian : I read the two books about Rachel Scott, the first victim to be killed during the shooting, one of which included her journal. She was such a beautiful soul inside and out who seemed to have a better grasp on what matters in life than most adults do. Her selflessness and joy for life has truly inspired me to live a better life and follow my life passions and life purpose of facilitating out the best in others and helping them not only get off of drugs but to go on a live amazing lives of purpose, a purpose that is greater than themselves, in service to humanity. My heart goes out to all of the victims, their families, and those who were at the school that day 🙏❤️😔

Tessa Kamberos : What a story. This guy has been through something no person should have to go through & came out the other side deciding to help others & be a positive influence. Something we should all strive for in hard times. Thanks for sharing!

georgyorgy2 : Matthew Santoro went to Columbine?

6laderunner : Columbine wasn't a successful school shooting. It was a massively failed school bombing by two incompetent psychopaths. Thank God.

patochantk : Chatting with a virtuous paedophile! Lets do it Andrew!!!!

ChanceStearns : The guy in the video please read this. Okay I finished watching. That was a great video, and I could see in your eyes that the things you saw still haunt you. I think I speak for all of us when I say that I can’t imagine the things you went through. Thank you for sharing your story I’m sure it was very hard to even do that. Like you said, despite the bad things that happened, you are a lucky guy. I’m glad you were here to tell that story and give me inspiration.

Kymberli Shea : I think this interviewer should be ashamed of himself. This guy had such a lot to talk about and he just says hmm yea hmm ok.

Kelly momma3 : What a horrible interviewer!