The living horror of KE6YDO, the dead emptiness of the WIN System, all in the crappiest-looking video ever made.
A playlist of similar YouTube videos on the 147.435 "zoo" repeater in Los Angeles.
Video on the jamming that goes on 3840 and 3908 kHz in the "75 meter" band*. 3840 kilohertz is a frequency mostly used by the high-frequency variant of the .435 zoo crew inside California - a lot of jamming, music playing, sound effects. This online SDR website is in the perfect location to pick up that stuff very well: KFS WebSDR, run by Craig McCartney, W6DRZ. Listen at night, Pacific Standard Time; it's wild on the weekends.
* It's actually the 80 meter band but some people want to distinguish the upper edge of the band from the Morse code, digital mode (PSK31, etc.), and RTTY users, plus the illegal lower side-band transmissions made by fishermen in Spanish and Portugese. The 20 meter band version of 3840 kHz is 14.313 kHz, the frequency which gave us VE7KFM, and the Canadian-American ham war that produced a zillion throwaway blogs defaming VE7KFM (who is now on Kiwi Farms.)