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Some will argue that the damage to the environment is more important
Yeah, it's pretty silly. But at the same time, he's kinda covered by 1A if that's a thing we agree with here. :/
He hasn't posted any calls to violence or anything like that...
So, essentially, it's likely time to stop framing the holocaust as just an antisemetic tragedy and instead an authoritarian tragedy. I could agree there.
Maybe that's what our Aryan buddy is trying to get across: That Hitler was an equal-opportunity oppressor for the most part.
Like I said before, I'm a supporter of free speech. That means, if someone's saying something that's bullshit, you've got to fight it with words, logic, and the like.
Just had a conversation the other day in Hate Speech Room, I don't see that much of a difference between the two.
Most importantly, I don't believe the alt-right should be made to be quiet. They should be challenged vocally.
Revan, the counterpoint is this is a public channel
I don't think Discord would actually crack down on this server, though, unless it was tied to an incident like Charolettesville
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AgEFIv4dIE This is how Tim Pool fights those he opposes.
I know how to do that.
I've known for years. It's quite helpful.
Jaden brings the point I couldn't put to words together here.
When Tim Pool goes after the left, the Alt+Right considers him a hero.
When Tim Pool goes after the right, the Left considers him a hero.
we can't just sit here and pretend only those who aren't affiliated with either side are capable of appreciating him.
All things said, this is basically a fan club.
If someone comes in and points out a bunch of MSM links with Anti-semitic relevancy
The absolute best thing you can do is challenge it on relevancy.
Sure, you can call for the muscle to get rid of this guy over here, Ms. Click, or punch them in the face, random Antifa guy.
@Badg3rman @Timcast I don't think that the number is exagerated, so much as the fact that the point is exagerated. In the channel count, how many of those actually have videos? I'd be concerned that they might be listing channels in the same number as users. For instance, I have two channels, one which I used to post and protect drone footage I was working to sell to a company, and one on which I was testing the waters in video game review. Both would technically be in that 50 million count, but absolutely have no place being monitized as of right now.
What about people who have created channels simply to comment on other people's videos, or used to post family videos? How many of those inflate the count, do you think?
Other than that, it's absolutely believeable that only the top 5% might be monitized. It's believable that only the top 5% of people who post photos on Facebook make livings from their photographs, if only the top 8% would consider themselves actual photographers.
That, possibly, or if someone puts one viral video up, they could become monitized under the old standard
I think it's potentially heavy-handed as google tends to be with roll-outs like this
I think the viewing hours are probably a fair bit higher than they should be
or perhaps, they should pay particular attention to growing trends, as opposed to a binary system
But it IS in their best interest to try to work with consistent content producers for their advertising space.
The numbers seem foreboding at that height, but perhaps if they were to go and say '300 viewing hours a week' as opposed to 4,000 a year (Roughly the same, 33h shorter per month though...) it would seem a lot more manageable and approachable.
That'd be 4,800 viewing minutes per month, meaning one 5 minute video a month, with 2000 viewers, crosses that easilly.
I'm not sure that they do. I believe that the ads are bought against content, not against viewers.
Youtube, ideally, is an advertising dream for niche products
That's why products like Tim Pool's own VPN sponsor seek him out.
Like he said, he COULD accept offers to push for video game apps and stuff and make bank, but in a sense, those advertisements wouldn't really fit his format, while something covering security does.
Many of the people in the free speech sector of youtube recognize the importance of anonymity and security, and so the marketing of that product to us is sound within this niche
a poor example, since they advertise natively as opposed to pre-roll, with good reason, a VPN is kind of at odds with Youtube's Big Data business model
Now, there are advertising models that actually track your internet usage - I know facebook does this
where if you visit a website, you're more likely to see paid ads for that website
it's more of a brand awareness model, where they try to keep their company name in your mind to get you to eventually buy
I'm not sure if youtube uses it, but google's advertising services do use it sometimes.
For instance, I just went to www.escapistmagazine.com, and I got this ad https://s0.2mdn.net/6232239/Cart-Abandoners-300x250.jpg
I've been recently looking for server space for a media company I'm trying to build, and bluehost was one of the server providers that I looked at.
I had to disable my ad blocker just to get an example. >:D
But no, I don't recall what ads I see on Tim's videos when I watch them on my phone (He does get ads on them there)
because I usually tune them out. They usually come in in the middle of a video... :/
as someone who's been studying radio formats, I have to say 40 percent advertisement is pretty steep. The format for most programming, radio or TV, is 25 percent.
Also, you could possibly post videos to your patreon ad-free, or with reduced advertising
Beautiful B-roll shots today, Tim. Also, the Text overlays are great.
You should pop into TR4 and actually hear the other side. It might actually sound a little less one-sided
It's like criticizing one half of a phone conversation
Oh, I'd agree, but it's slightly less insane than it sounds.
It certainly has a certain... purity... to it, huh?
Uh huh. It's literally the third image that comes up when I google 'Aryan'.
Also, Europe deserves the right to defend it's culture
But an Ethnostate has no place in America or in Australia.
I agree that illegal immigrants should be deported.
@RJ They have broken the law. Multiple times.
They've broken immigration law. They've broken labor law. They've broken housing law.
and in fact, the employers have broken those laws as well.
The balkan countries were destabilized by Russia.
Which incidentally is still Russia's M/O in influencing the US.
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