Watching all Casey Neistat vlogs is the best way to spend your time today

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Remember Casey Neistat? YouTube’s favorite vlogger gave up on his craft on November 16, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop watching him.

His daily vlog experiment started over a year ago, and since then he has produced a ridiculous amount of footage. Two days, eleven hours and 56 minutes spread over 419 videos, to be precise — but if his final vlog is to be believed, that’s all there’s ever going to be.

To fill the void, Moritz Kobrna decided to create 24/7 Casey Neistat, a web app streaming all of his vlogs chronologically around the clock, in sync with everyone else who’s watching. There’s a chat box to discuss whatever happening, which could be anything from Neistat just going about his day to snowboarding around New York City.

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I’ve never been much of a vlog fan, but there’s no denying that watching them is extremely addictive — before you know it, you’re hopping from video to video, only to realize hours later you have work to do.

There’s no end to this experience, however, as it loops back to the first episode right after the final one, which that makes watching it very trippy. It’s an endless loop of Neistat’s life, that I can’t help but keep staring at. Please send help.

If you’re lucky, you might even spot him arriving at TNW Europe 2016 on a wakeboard — or just cheat and watch it below.

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