What do you get when you cross a nuclear weapons expert with a camera and a road trip to Amarillo? One of the most interesting videos I've found so far on YouTube when it comes to Yellow City.

You have to check out this video of Amarillo made by one such nuclear weapons expert.

You Always Find Something Unique When Looking For Amarillo On YouTube.

True story. From hip-hop hopefuls, to eccentric documentaries YouTube has it all when it comes to Amarillo.

Which is why you shouldn't be surprised that there is a video about Amarillo that was made by a nuclear weapons expert. They call us Bomb City for a reason, after all.

Radioactive RoadTrippin' (R&R) via YouTube
Radioactive RoadTrippin' (R&R) via YouTube

Before You Get Excited, This Isn't A Pro-Nukes Video.

They aren't bashful about it either. The video opens up with some amazing footage of Palo Duro Canyon. The beautiful scenery is then replaced with information regarding Pantex.

What sets this video apart from other videos that have concerns with nuclear weaponry is who is hosting it. This isn't just "some activist". This individual has credentials that come from the "inside".

Not inside Pantex. Inside as in the nuclear weapons industry...if that's the right word for it.

The Video Isn't Necessarily Harsh Either.

Most of the time when people talk about the potential dangers of nuclear weaponry, that take a harsh tone and seem "preachy". That wasn't the case with this video.

Instead, they pull from their knowledge gained via their career choice and then interview a Pantex historian. That last title would make for an interesting business card, don't you think?

Radioactive RoadTrippin' (R&R) via YouTube
Radioactive RoadTrippin' (R&R) via YouTube

Incredible Scenes Of The Canyon.

All of the concerns regarding nuclear weapons are set against a beautiful backdrop. There are some really great views of the canyon in this video. If nothing else, mute it and just watch those scenes. They're gorgeous.

Drive Safe And Come Back Soon.

This video was uploaded recently, which means this person is still on their journey and traveling across the country.

All tongue-in-cheek comments aside, I did enjoy the video and I hope your travels are blessed and safe. Come back soon.

Amarillo Landmarks: Negative Yelp Reviews

Yelp can be a strange and angry place. That's what I found out recently when I decided to sort the reviews by "lowest rating" first.

I was okay with the people upset over bad service and what not. But I came across a few reviews that, for lack of a better word, left me speechless in their scathing negative reviews on some of Amarillo's most iconic places. Prepare your self for plenty of head shaking and "I dunno" shrugs.

More Bad Reviews of Places In Amarillo

So bad they're good...

You've got to read these confusing, amusing, and unintentionally hilarious bad reviews of Amarillo's major area attractions.

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