3:50 in (T7 on J-T-8.6-something board): Agree that it's a valuebet. I probably make it a bit smaller (more like halfpot) but the important thing is that you valuebet. 87, 76, A8, 77, etc won't fold. Good bet.
Around the same time: I play KK the same way (A-high flop, you check OOP)
5:40 KQo opens and gets 3-bet by the BB: I don't call 3bets with KQo. KQs, I'd look at the flop, but KQo there's just too many ways for you to be dominated versus a somewhat narrow 3-betting range and when you're not dominated you suffer from severe lack of implied odds
(since 77 isn't going to pay you off greatly on a K- or Q-high board). Or, differently put:
If we give him 22+,A9s+,KTs+,QTs+,AJo+,KJo+ (13.4%, probably wider than he actually 3-bets), your equity is only 43%. Poor equity is not a huge problem if you have a hand with good implied odds, but KQo has neither. AJs is about break-even (and the flush possibility + position can push it into profit) and KQs is almost 46% (and is OK for the same reason AJs is). But try filtering for "this year" in HEM, PFR = TRUE, hand = KQo, Position = Button, Call 3bet = true and see if you show a profit. My guess is no, but I don't do it often enough to have a significant sample.
As played, I agree with calling the flop. On the turn, you're in trouble but obviously can't fold to a halfpot bet. The river of course plays itself. I think he screwed up on the river, too, by the way; he probably should have bet a smaller amount and be prepared to fold to a raise. Maybe he fell in love with his two-pair and 4-flush. I think it's kinda cool that he apologized for the rant afterwards, heh.
13:30 - Q4o, A-Q-J monotone flop, unraised pot. I think you could bet somewhere. I probably bet the flop (this guy probably calls with any king, ten, jack and diamond and there are more of those than there are aces and queens). If called, I would bet small on the turn and then start looking for folds when called. I think most people go into a "I don't care about this hand" mode way too easily when there's money up for grabs. I mean, a lot of people will only lead into unraised pots with rags and nuts and I guess I'm saying that you can play even unraised pots for value with mediocre hands. Not a whole lot of value, sure, but an extra dollar or two on hands like this will do good things for your monthy income.
17:30 - AKo OTB on a J-high monotone flop (you don't have a flushcard): I think you should c-bet this versus not just competent players but versus just about everyone. The only reason not to c-bet is if you have a real hand and your opponent is really, really bluffy and raise-happy and you don't want to play a big pot. Like if you had black tens on an all-heart flop and your opponent raises c-bets 30%+ of the time, you might check it back. But with AK, take the fold equity. And when you're called, it's not the end of the world; you may still have the best hand but should probably still check back the turn since you won't have >50% equity versus his calling range and your fold-equity is now considerably lower (since most of the stuff you have fold equity versus would have folded on the flop).
20:03 - WTF?! HEM has a table scanner now? I need to download the latest update, I think!
Lunch break! I'll continue from 22 minutes in later on.