You see in reality, *snort* back in 2009... [hours later] ... and my viewers were saying "Phil! You need to do..."I love hearing dsp explain his youtube legacy every day
He has to rest his voice because of all the yammering he does. All those Ummmms, honestly, and truth of the matters' Phils up too much of the bullshit long winded speeches just for a simple answer. It takes him forever to get to the point or conclusion.Aside from all the retconning he does, my favorite thing about these is the fact that he still takes multiple breaks during a shortened stream that is just him sitting there and talking
We are the premier repository of DSP lore. So much so that I think Knudsen owes Null royalties. Anyone curious about him eventually winds up here. Not a bad message to echo in relevant threads in the event nübes are lurking.I don't know why y'all comment telling people not to troll tip.
Its obviously not us, no use preaching to the choir.
Anyways, my autism bux are on Phil refusing to address gacha or bankruptcy at all. Bonus points for 'thats private'.
I'm not one to defend higher education (because it's an overrated bloated shit-show); but if there's something Phil should blame on his parents, it's his lack of life skills. College isn't there to teach you how to pay bills, balance a budget, cook food, or wash your clothes (how old were you Phil?) There should've been days where Mama-Burnell grabbed him by the arm and said "You're gonna help me in the kitchen!" There should've been days where Papa-Burnell grabbed him by the arm and said "C'mere! I'm gonna teach you how to change the oil in a car." Or going to the bank and showing him how to fill out a deposit/withdrawal form, or a hundred of other small things that a school (let alone college) isn't suited to teach.Correction, I have 2 new favorite things. I literally just went to the stream and Phil is complaining that college only gives the skills to learn how to do a job, not teach you about "real life". I'm all for teaching people about life skills like budgeting, compounding interest, and effects of interest rates/minimum payments/etc., but I'm pretty sure you shouldn't need a college to teach you that maxing out a credit card to go play Street Fighter is a bad idea.
Also, Phil was bitching about colleges trying to ensure well-rounded graduates by requiring non-major electives (not his words, of course). He actually, while sitting on his ratty ass couch yammering about this, complained that the Native American Studies course @Freshtodeath is referencing was "just some guy with Native American heritage sitting there babbling". The irony, my friends. The over-the-top irony. It's too much.
Yet he snapped at a guy over Royal Rumble spoilers. It's almost like one of these things he actually likes and the other he couldn't care less about..."If I had a no-spoilers policy on this stream.. people would think this is boring! Everyone would say 'oh, Phil's ignoring us! We're leaving.' I would be missing out on cool boss fights if it wasn't for people telling me about cryptic stuff in games!"
Well. That's because your audience has the attention span of a goldfish, and you're indirectly calling them out on that. Just because your stream is literally classified as "Twitch Plays X", doesn't mean that your content is good, old man.
He's bonding with his son on break. Or cranking one out to the Hulkster.He has to rest his voice because of all the yammering he does. All those Ummmms, honestly, and truth of the matters' Phils up too much of the bullshit long winded speeches just for a simple answer. It takes him forever to get to the point or conclusion.
Of course we all know this and I'm just stating the obvious.