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Matt Bors for June 18, 2019

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    peterhollywood  2 months ago

    ASMR: Autonomous sensory meridian response. Had to look that one up.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  2 months ago

    Well, the problem is that people upload over 300 hours of video to YouTube every minute. The company would probably have to hire the entire population of a first-world country just to review every last video. The only way to combat this would be to restrict who can upload video to “trusted” individuals and companies- in which case YouTube just becomes television.

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    (I’m not looking to defend the stupid decisions YouTube has made- I create content for it myself and I’ve been affected by them- but this is a problem too large for simple solutions.)

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    kentmarx36 Premium Member 2 months ago

    RepubliCONS obviously support jokes. After all, they have given us the Nitwit-in-Chief, Pimp McConnell, Linseed Oil Graham, and many more swamp creatures. (:

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    bakana  2 months ago

    So long as they are making a Profit on it, it stays up.

    They remove the Hate Videos that no one watches and call it “A Good Job”.

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    Motivemagus  2 months ago

    So much for rules. Twitter isn’t using theirs, either, because they would ban MOST GOP politicians, including of course #45 himself, who has multiple posts violating Twitter’s rules of conduct – but he has a LOT of followers…

    One comfort to me is that the “alt-right” attempts to come up with their own social media have all failed resoundingly.

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    Ironhold  2 months ago

    Some of the channels that have been affected are historical channels that were archiving historic recordings or documentaries for free public use.

    And at least one affected channel was trying to fight extremism by shining a spotlight on it, showing who was saying what and why so that people could recognize it when they saw it & know what to do.

    I’d say that these channels were clearly collateral damage, and all because one guy couldn’t settle a beef on his own.

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