Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Extreme Arrogance of blah blah

My good buddy Paul (PabloKickasso417) made this video which I just watched and I agree 700% with everythign he says. I haven't seen Blunty's video yet. I will watch it in a second. Blunty- always there to disagree and cause a little view-stirring controversy. Imiss the Blunty of youre. The one I was subscribed to who actually gave a shit about youtube.

anyway here is Paul's video. Did you know that me and Alan refer to you as Pablo in conversation? True story.


(edit- updated the link)

9 comments:

Chris said...

First! :)

Chris said...

No actually I was just watching this video, and you're absolutely right, Blunty is a shit stirrer and Pablo blew him outta the water.

Simon said...

Blunty has changed his style like a few others hungry for views and comments. Not my cup of tea anymore.

bigheadandtinyeyes said...

Usually speech of the person reflects the truth of that person's trait and attitude....

+ I wish I could verbally speak well as Pablokickasso....

Malik said...

I caught the video early this morning. He pwned Blunty like a noob. And so elegantly. It's a beautiful thing to watch. And until recently he was making a living hauling people's crap away in a truck. What a waste of a good mind. I'm glad he's going back to school.

tejayce said...

yea its a sad thing with blunty. there was a time, when i thought he was the last one left. but now i just dont know anymore.

Chris said...

Looks like the video you embedded isn't available any more. :(

Valerie said...

I had never explored YouTube before the last few weeks. It's really been an amazing experience watching all the "amateur" vids. Like most people, I've refused to click on promoted videos (Wow! I can watch thinly disguised commercials for free on YouTube!!) There are plenty of us out there who would rather share in something creative and personal. YouTube may receive more hits from the TV crowd, but people like me are always going to be looking for folks like y'all.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this.

Pablo's making good points, but there's another angle that deserves mention. Actually, YouTube is even MORE important than Pablo is implying here: it literally influences the "real" news. People on the scene record videos of news events with camcorders or phone-cams & upload them on YouTube, which is now being cited by regular news shows with ever-increasing frequency.

This is a new phenomenon: real citizen journalism, in real-time. Everything from the London bombings to city-hall meetings to gang violence ... not to mention the comments of public figures "off-camera" that the regular news neglects. YouTube is now a global public resource of major proportions.

It's not "arrogant" or naive to say that YouTube can change the world - it's overly modest. YouTube already IS changing the world, period.

"jamesmorgandavies"