Been kicking this around for a week or two, wondering if it could work.
Veterans get out, get a job, eventually buy a house, YouTube vids are informative, but they’re boring and usually have some stiff who has been doing the project professionally for decades, but has the personality of a 2x4, and explains things in their lingo.
I had a proof of concept for a personal YouTube channel, but it was accidentally deleted, and having the time to keep up with it and work a full time job made it unrealistic. It opened with something simple, like replacing an outlet, but the assistant clown was drunk and being an asshole, so it’s implied that the host put his head through a wall, and as he is getting up all disoriented with marks on his head, the project changes to patching larger holes in drywall.
The point of it is to be funny, but informative and helpful with simple shit you can do to make yourself feel accomplished and/or your spouse stop bitching at you to do things. Lots of Vets out there I am sure would be willing to help contribute content, and viewers could vote on what they want to see, there’s almost no limit to what can be shown, plumbing, woodworking, electrical, etc. Could also make someone discover they’re good at something and possibly pursue as a trade.