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originally posted by: Guyfriday
originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: IAMTAT
How could a video such as that one not be allowed to get millions of views.
Her Boobers, alone, should be good for a couple of hundred thousand views.
Those breasts don't match up with the other pictures of her from her website. The ones in the video are larger then the cat suits she's wearing on the site. On top of that, why are they not moving at all in the video? Has there been any confirmation at all that this person is a he or a she yet?
originally posted by: The GUT
a reply to: Wookiep
a reply to: Konduit
It's all so bizarre I seriously wondered for a moment if she is AI. It's like we woke up one morning and the world has become some strange movie.
It does seem a little "Ghost in the Shell" like in both appearances, and story line. Police were given a heads up about her by the parents, she was spotted sleeping near the shooting site by the police but they did nothing, the media's lack of probing questions, the CEOs now calling for stricter gun laws (even though this was is California), and finally the andragoginess appearance of the shooter. It's almost "Individual Eleven'ish" in nature.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
While i don't want to blame the victim here, i have to wonder what they expected. They yanked the financial rug out from under people they thought were unhinged in one way or another, and didn't expect something major and drastic as a result?
This lady, as strange as she was, produced content for them that they make money off of. She is a contract employee for them. And that is how they treat their content providers.
Hidden underneath the horrible act is a story that people need to discuss.
originally posted by: notquiteright
Some may disagree with me, but I think monetization was the worst thing to happen to youtube. Before that, regular people would upload videos in their spare time because they wanted to or because they had something to say. Now, there are nothing but idiots uploading videos just to try and make money. Also, I know how youtube works. I don't need to be told in every video to "hit like and subscribe, and don't forget to click the bell icon for blah blah". Then, as if all of that isn't enough, they start with the begging, directing you to their patreon account. It's a mess.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: Subrosabelow
They totally demonetized her channel, and then applied the filters I'm so familiar with that no one hardly ever saw her videos after that.
originally posted by: abe froman
What would any youtube video get for 300,000 views?
What does a youtube "view" pay?