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I am not a conspiracy theorist nor well informed. Don't take what I type as truth to any degree. These are just ideas thrown out for me to see how others respond to confirm/deny what I think. I'm not even deeply interested in politics


The media causes race wars by repeatedly selling cop violence against blacks stories. And by selling stories of black riots as peaceful protests. This drills the idea into viewers that blacks are unfair victims and that they're actions are good and important. They're absolutely not. Being a cop is about protecting others and themselves. They do dangerous things by confronting criminals who could kill them. Even a serious injury can be scary. All it takes is 1 stab from someone to kill someone. Even if the target lives, can you imagine the pain? Imagine getting stabbed in your eye and living. According to 1 video from Black Pigeon Speaks, black people are 18.5x as likely to kill a cop than the other way around. Cops have to be so restrained when confronting blacks because if they make the wrong decision to use force, the media will jump all over the police with stories of police brutality. There are many cops in America and just 1 of them making the wrong judgement about the future will get told to all of America. Or they could judge a black person as peaceful and be more likely to die

Does anyone remember the BLM traffic stop protest? 25 protesters were arrested, none of which were black. Also, how delusional does someone have to be to think that stopping traffic on a high way is a morally right action to end police killing innocent black people? The statistics are greatly in favor of blacks

Another example of mainstream media praising black violence as people is the Baltimore riots. Black rioters destroyed buildings, cars, stores, and even assaulted riot control officers. Many of them suffered injuries, unfortunately because orders denied them from using proper equipment like riot shields and pepper spray to merely defend themselves. Rioters threw a lot of heavy stuff at them. How would you handle getting bricks thrown at you?

The most recent example I can list is the Milwaukee riot. On 1 news report, a gas station was set ablaze in the background and the reporter said it was a peaceful protest. During the "peaceful protest", black criminals ganged up and jumped on people for merely being white, even destroying their cars. Some of the "peaceful protesters" said a lot of violent things during the raw interviews and some of the media took them and clipped only the most victimized things they said

With all of the media calling these black rioters "peaceful protesters", what do you think's going to happen? I think they're going to be legally and 'morally' free to continue destroying. Even the mayor of Baltimore wants black protesters to "destroy where it's safe to destroy" (Might not be exact, but the underlying idea is the same). She's black, by the way

A disproportionate amount of crime is committed by black people and this is something to take note of. But also, black communities make up greater portions of poverty, which also has a strong correlation to crime rates

You can call me racist if you'd like. I love drama. Call me Donald Trump. Or we can recognize that a race has a problem of violence. Maybe it's not a problem for them since they're not the victims of these "peaceful protests"


Also, news media is dying in popularity. Everyone loves race war news. This looks like a good source of profit to me


Maybe a joke will lighten up the mood. How many cops does it take to screw in a light bulb? N/A. They'll just beat up the room for being black
(Personal story 1st) 

Anyone who's famous talking about fame will tell you that it's not as great as it's cracked up to be. There are a lot of hidden costs like the work it takes to stay relevant, the risks of something else becoming more famous than you, the work it takes to attain and maintain fame, and they're all pretty true. I'm not someone famous anymore and when I did have it, I was only famous, in a sense, in a very small community, before July 2013 when my competition increased in size and surpassed me quickly in popularity. The work it took me to get the small amount I had was colossal. It didn't take a lot of brain power because I was just a service provider. I just uploaded tournament videos of Melee to give other people some fame. And it's not really fame for myself. There's no glory in being a silent tournament video uploader. There are only subscriber counts and estimated whole community members 

The real word I should use to describe my status is something closer to contribution. I did a lot of work to help a lot of people in competitive Melee before that fateful month. The community enjoyed watching tournament videos and it was something they heavily valued. The players on my tournament sets loved playing on them because they loved getting their own Youtube glory and watched to watch themselves for analysis. People paid much more attention to my services that to me and I enjoyed it. Even despite the slavery I put myself through for it. Only 2 people understand that I'm not exaggerating much by calling it slavery 

There was 1 period when I started growing in popularity quickly for myself relative to my history's growth rates and it felt really fun to become more famous online. There aren't many feeling better than feeling valued. Sadly, I began to encounter 1 of those risks of fame which was losing my fans and it sucks. I peaked at 5,103 subscribers in the end of February and in the beginning of March and ever since then it's been in a decline to where I'm currently at, 4,762 subscribers. I changed my Youtube strategy and some of my fans didn't like it, so they left. 137 of them were due to a Youtube glitch that removed at least 50 of my active viewing subscribers. I used to usually get 100 1st hour views on my moments before it happened. Google knows about the problem and they never fixed it. I guess it's irreversible and they just waited for the flood of Youtube news videos to get uploaded about different news so that people would quietly forget about their fuck up. I remember because I never got a 137 or so subscriber boost yet. I'm sure other Youtubers have noticed too and they're not saying anything because complaining about it again could ruin their images. Who likes complainers? (Melee players) 

(Generalizable part) 

I'm not at all a notable example of someone important that people will mention and there are probably about 10,000 people online who hate me. But getting hated isn't as bad as people might think it is. If it really hurts someone, they could simply block the haters if they're not famous. There'd be a small enough number of them to practically do it. This course of action isn't well like though because a lot of people like their freedom of speech. It's a practical strategy if you're trying to be SJW famous though. On a more optimistic perspective, getting hated is part of getting noticed. Just look at anyone famous. You know you've seen them hated 

I have seen some people hope of becoming important or famous, and I encourage everyone who wants it to work for it. Fame is cool, but fame is basically a lot of people liking someone for something. It benefits a lot of people even if the people receiving a lot of attention are narcissistic. Who cares if they can't care about anyone else as much as they care about themselves? Well, to a degree. Narcissists aren't very good at retaining the attention they get for very long. Just look at my subscriber count and video views 

Tangent aside, someone's fame/contribution helps other people. What could be better than that? The more people push for fame/importance, the more benefits people can get. Competition can even push competitors to improve what they do. People love better things 

If you are 1 of these people who want this, go for it. Don't hesitate. The sooner you do it, the better you can achieve fame/importance, the sooner you can learn, the better you can improve your contributions to others. We're only alive for a limited time

What do you want to do for fame or importance?


(No proofreading. This is just for fun)
Playing single player games is not as fun as playing multi playter games. This is entirely subjective. Me playing single player games doesn't benefit anyone except myself. When I play multiplayer games, I could be doing cool or funny things and showing them off online to 100s-1,000s of people. Being an online entertainer creates a real feeling of value. I'm not a cherry picked example of success that people would point out, but there's no denying the quantity of subscribers I have. Financially, my channel's value is a $6/month joke, but it's not something I care about. I'm doing what I can do and what I love to do. Sure I have a plethora of single player games that I don't play anymore and others that I've never played, but the rewards of being a gamer entertainer are so much better than playing more, different games. People have even expressed how much they value me in real life too


I have no idea about things right now. I'm just feeling optimistic during my insomnia


Stark change of mood aside, I'm not a rare example of a gamer focusing solely on multiplayer games and never playing single player ones. With the rise of esports, every competitive gamer in every esport has focused solely on the games they mainly play with little deviation for other games. They're simply competitive, meaning they demand a lot of dedication. But there are also ranking and progression based reward systems that keep players loyal to the games they play. The more they play, the more in game rewards they get. And Youtubing for gaming communities retains those players to their games too. Making videos about them are how they gained followers and continuing them keeps them. Fans of those games can often keep seeing those games/series shown to them from their favorite Youtubes and streamers. There's also mere psychology of liking familiar things that keeps us playing the same games


But that doesn't mean that single player gaming is dead. There are plenty of examples of popular single player games out there that have huge loyal followings. This blog is much more subjective to my life's story than about gamers in general

Looking back at my subscriber numbers, it sucks that I've lost 320 subscribers so far ever since I reached my peak a few months ago. But in the grand scheme of things, that's only a 6.27% loss. I feel like get unsubscribe from too often. Maybe I'm being more sensitive about it than I should be, but it's only a 6.27% loss. Currently. Only getting 3% of my subscribers to watch my latest videos, on average, is still much weaker than average for other youtubers though. I don't regard my chosen handicap of risking subscriber burnout as an excuse


What about you? Has your gaming life changed? Is it for better or worse? Are multiplayer games too rewarding to play single player ones?
Sniping's 1 of the best things about FPSs, especially with this gun. It's a difficult skill to learn because players have to time their shots carefully. Every shot is litterally hit or miss because rates of fire can be very low. But when everything hits, it's OP. Snipersy have the farthest range among any weapons. Some of these guns can even 1 hit kill, even on body shots. And it's awesome. Snipers/AWPs can make a player feel so MLG by getting a few nice kills with it. Only an SJW wouldn't want to feel powerful with a weapon of rekkoning

But there are a few flaws with the gun. It has no accuracy when unscoped. Not having a reticle on the screen only makes unscoped shooting more difficult. It's a disaster at close range. If the player misses, they're going to die. Its fire rate is abysmal and its reload time is even worse. Even in mid to long ranges, missing with an AWP can still cost a player's life. Moving with it ruins accuracy too. Another big cost to it is its financial cost. $4750 is a lot. And even if a player gets a kill with it, they won't get much money in CSGO. The legs are the only area where it doesn't 1 hit kill though. If you hit someone there and they're still alive, you might not be soon. The last flaw to mention is the reduced movement speed, but I'm just mentioning it to present all of the details. Even with the plethora of little flaws, the mere 1 hit kill potential on body shot and scoped accuracy are too good to keep it from being the best gun in the game. Head shots aren't even required. If you die though, an enemy might take it and abuse it while they're still alive. They might even bring it with them to the next round

The feeling of power from being able to 1 hit kill someone and the high risk, high reward are what make the gun fun. Getting that feeling of power takes work to achieve. The skill of using an AWP is mostly about reaction time. It's really about aiming as fast as you can and pulling the trigger as soon as it's aimed to hit an enemy. These moments happen super quickly, which creates a short burst of intensity. Regardless of hitting or missing, you'll immediately start doing a bolt action which looks cool, or you can switch weapons to move faster or pull out your pistol for emergency next shots. It creates novel changes in actions which keep the AWPer engaged in the game

But this is all my stupidly typed opinion typed at 4:41 AM as of typing this sentence. I have a huge bias for sniping. Another notable sniper worth praising is Quake 3 Arena's, and not Live's, rail gun. It doesn't guarantee kills as strongly as CS's AWP, but it definitely brings the same high risk, high reward, and feeling of power. Whenever a player shoots with it, they're stuck holding the gun for 2 seconds. That's 2 seconds of time for the enemy to kill you if they're still alive. But that shot could kill your opponent. It's intense moments of aiming and awesomeness


So what about you? What's your favorite gun?


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I am not a conspiracy theorist nor well informed. Don't take what I type as truth to any degree. These are just ideas thrown out for me to see how others respond to confirm/deny what I think. I'm not even deeply interested in politics


The media causes race wars by repeatedly selling cop violence against blacks stories. And by selling stories of black riots as peaceful protests. This drills the idea into viewers that blacks are unfair victims and that they're actions are good and important. They're absolutely not. Being a cop is about protecting others and themselves. They do dangerous things by confronting criminals who could kill them. Even a serious injury can be scary. All it takes is 1 stab from someone to kill someone. Even if the target lives, can you imagine the pain? Imagine getting stabbed in your eye and living. According to 1 video from Black Pigeon Speaks, black people are 18.5x as likely to kill a cop than the other way around. Cops have to be so restrained when confronting blacks because if they make the wrong decision to use force, the media will jump all over the police with stories of police brutality. There are many cops in America and just 1 of them making the wrong judgement about the future will get told to all of America. Or they could judge a black person as peaceful and be more likely to die

Does anyone remember the BLM traffic stop protest? 25 protesters were arrested, none of which were black. Also, how delusional does someone have to be to think that stopping traffic on a high way is a morally right action to end police killing innocent black people? The statistics are greatly in favor of blacks

Another example of mainstream media praising black violence as people is the Baltimore riots. Black rioters destroyed buildings, cars, stores, and even assaulted riot control officers. Many of them suffered injuries, unfortunately because orders denied them from using proper equipment like riot shields and pepper spray to merely defend themselves. Rioters threw a lot of heavy stuff at them. How would you handle getting bricks thrown at you?

The most recent example I can list is the Milwaukee riot. On 1 news report, a gas station was set ablaze in the background and the reporter said it was a peaceful protest. During the "peaceful protest", black criminals ganged up and jumped on people for merely being white, even destroying their cars. Some of the "peaceful protesters" said a lot of violent things during the raw interviews and some of the media took them and clipped only the most victimized things they said

With all of the media calling these black rioters "peaceful protesters", what do you think's going to happen? I think they're going to be legally and 'morally' free to continue destroying. Even the mayor of Baltimore wants black protesters to "destroy where it's safe to destroy" (Might not be exact, but the underlying idea is the same). She's black, by the way

A disproportionate amount of crime is committed by black people and this is something to take note of. But also, black communities make up greater portions of poverty, which also has a strong correlation to crime rates

You can call me racist if you'd like. I love drama. Call me Donald Trump. Or we can recognize that a race has a problem of violence. Maybe it's not a problem for them since they're not the victims of these "peaceful protests"


Also, news media is dying in popularity. Everyone loves race war news. This looks like a good source of profit to me


Maybe a joke will lighten up the mood. How many cops does it take to screw in a light bulb? N/A. They'll just beat up the room for being black

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Hello! :wave:
Just a random deviant stopping by to say hello :la:
:eager: I hope you have a wonderful day, 
and a wonderful February! :hug:
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Thank you very much for the watch, thats awesome :3
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I like your profile icon, it's 20% more cooler! Nice OC. :iconsoawesomedashplz:

Hey great videos you got.
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This leads to memories... Wow I love that video. 2009.

I was Dengar9999 commenting on your videos a few years ago. I don't comment anymore on your videos, because of 1. the Google Plus that is getting in my way and 2. there are way too much sexists, homophobes, racists and rude people in the comments, so much negative comments nowadays.

Hey I need to ask you a question.

Is Vinyl:
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Is he masterluigi34 and Tokyogamer7?
Because I am Dengar999, I am a very old friend of his in old YouTube around 2007-2009, and also 2010? I talked to him and stuff, watched his videos and he watched my videos. I am also surprise that he was into MLP FiM, it's epic when you see an old friend that is into something you like. It surprises you.

Are you friends with him?  

Please reply, thank you.
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EPsilon933 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2015
The G+ forced integration kind of sucks

The racism, sexism, and homophobia isn't something specific to Youtube. It's something that exists on a lot of places on the internet. Sure you'll encounter some, but most users are actually not bad people

I used to be online friends with him, somewhat, but we never interacted much
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are you heart? :3
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Yes
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is bae
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Thank you so much for watching me! ^^
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