This thread is pure autism and I'm gonna lock it unless some semblance of worthwhile discussion pops up.
here he is, kiwis.
Late to respond, but it's one of the first things he says. The overall serious tone of the beginning contributes. It's around :25 that he actually says the thing, though. Granted, I misremembered and he says it about the research he did on cyberbullying, but the fact that he didn't know this stuff until he needed a soapbox.Can you give me a time stamp for that? If you're right then that really shows his ego... I mean, I doubt until then he didn't know about pedoforks and murderers.
This is over analyzing but what goes around comes around, Enter!
Guys, we need to talk. And I'm warning you right now: if you don't like my tone in the April 9th review, you're not going to like it here. I'm going to be very accusatory here. Because there's no way I can talk about this without so much vitriol and disgust.
We're doing an internet video today! An animation put to a poem called Troll. It's five minutes, but to give it a proper review I've had to do dozens of hours of research on the subject. And each story that I heard became more disgusting, but less shocking. And I mean no exaggeration here: I now know that there is evil in the world.
Enter's "clarification" on the statement doesn't help. Murder isn't a sign of evil because people generally disagree with it (which is just a sign of Enter's ignorance of the world; between brutal executions over free speech and honor killings there are cultures of this world that don't fall so neatly in his box), but the fact that a relatively small number of people on the internet don't abhor doxxing is the sign of real evil. Human rights violations are bad and happen throughout the world, but where Enter's from they're looked down upon for the most part. Mass murders, acts of terrorism, war, abuse. These are all things that happen, but because Enter sees them generally condemned that counteracts the evil put in this world by the things that happen. Even the stories Enter saw about cyberstalking and cyberbullying are generally condemned, so I don't know why they're so special that they get the distinction of being the true evil. Bullying, not even the abuse and bullying he claims to have faced growing up, showed him the light.Top 10 Videos of 2014 video said:"The only improvement I think I could have made is clarify what I meant when I said "this taught me there is evil in the world." You see, for the most part murdering people and stealing from them is frowned upon in most societies. However, doxxing people, sending them death threats a thousand times a day, that's apparently funny. While people started doing what I complained about to coerce me into thinking that what I said was wrong, new surfaced about another 19-year-old, Adam Smith, killed himself due to common everyday trolling. He was a brony. He had a learning disability, which are both common targets for trolling. He made a video apologizing to his trolls, which is still on YouTube. The troll comments telling him to kill himself are still there, as are some of them that say they're glad he's gone. This person I'm assuming they've never even met. If there is a line between bullying and trolling, I still don't see it. This video is my favorite video I've made because it's the one I think most needed to be said. Oh by the way, I'm not even kidding--people are trying to troll me to coerce me that I was wrong in my opinions about trolling. It's... not going to work."
I'll bite.Disagree with what, exactly?