Showing posts with label YouTube. Show all posts
Showing posts with label YouTube. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Brooke Houts is disgustingly vile

Most of you reading my blog probably have no idea who Brooke Houts is. In case you are unaware, she is an irrelevant YouTuber who gained notoriety for making super edited and cringe-worthy videos of her with her dog, a doberman pincher named "Sphinx". 

I am not sure if it happened early this morning or last night into the early morning, but Houts basically exposed herself by uploading a video onto her YouTube account. She actually went and uploaded the wrong video, the unedited version. Shortly after she discovered this, she deleted it (or made it private) and uploaded the edited one. 

With almost 330,000 subscribers, Brooke Houts subscribers noticed and the video went viral, as when one domino goes the rest follow. The video started circulating all over the world wide web as a result. I watched the video a few hours ago and was literally disgusted by this woman's outlandishly sinister behavior. In the video, you can see her yelling at the dog and sticking her finger in the poor dog's face. Shortly after, Houts is seen pushing the dog away, pinning it down, and even spitting on the dog. 

She is disgustingly vile.

Based on the video, I believe this is not the first time she has abused her dog, as you could tell by how Sphinx reacted to her abuse, he had to deal with this before. This low life should not be able to own a dog. And shame on anyone who defends this piece of shit and her abuse. To be honest, I am hoping the ASPCA and PETA get involved and remove this innocent dog from Brooke Houts care. Not sure if YouTube will delete her channel, but they do a major disservice glorifying this animal abuser simply for a quick buck. As the second most visited site online, it is evident and crystal clear why her channel still exists. 

Anyways, Houts attempted to save face and basically do damage control by uploading one of the most cringe-worthy apology videos ever. I don't believe her apology is sincere and if anything, I truly believe she's sorry she got caught more so than sorry for hitting her dog. 

I believe Brooke Houts is dangerous and clearly unfit to be caring for this precious sentient being let alone any dog at all. Hopefully she is investigated by authorities and charged with animal cruelty for her crime. 

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Gaming YouTuber Etika found dead

RIP Etika
(May 1990-June 2019)
It is official, Desmond Amofa (also known as Etika) has been found dead. The NYPD took to Twitter to make the sad announcement a little bit ago to share the news. I really wanted all of the speculation I had regarding his disappearance to just be nothing more than speculation, but today it became a tragic reality. 

And after watching his video, I am 100% certain he took his own life. This is quite possibly one of the most tragic deaths of 2019 simply because when he was filming, no one could have possibly known nor imagined the battle he was fighting. 

In the end, he lost his battle. 

Mental illness is very much real and it is should never be mocked as being fictitious. If you are suffering from depression, anxiety and are contemplating suicide, please reach out to me. If you are struggling and battling with the thought of ending your life, you are not alone as there are millions of people just like you. You are not crazy, so don't think you are. And remember your life is too valuable and is worth more than you think. 

Do not hesitate to contact the following numbers:

1-800-273-TALK (8255) if you live here in the United States
1-800-456-4566 if you live in Canada
09127181037 if you live in Iran
914066202000 if you live in India
116123 if you live in the United Kingdom
1201 if you live in Israel
7621602 if you live in Egypt
0145394000 if you live in France
08001110111 if you live in Germany
8-800-200-01-22 if you live in Russia
020220060 if you live in Sweden
70201201 if you live in Denmark
3541717 if you live in Iceland
010190071 if you live in Finland
9611564 if you live in Lebanon 
717003717 if you live in Spain
18886289454 if you live in Mexico
(54-11) 4758-2554 if you live in Argentina
55512112888 if you live in Brazil 
5323481449 if you live in Cuba
131114 if you live in Australia
(09) 5222999 if you live in New Zealand
116123 if you live in Ireland
2538194 if you live in Armenia
1:058 if you live in the Ukraine
0800801200 if you live in Romania
014833888 if you live in Croatia
09000113 if you live in The Netherlands 
116123 if you live in Norway
106 if you live in Belgium 
112 if you live in Iraq
114 if you live in Haiti
115 if you live in Pakistan 
126 if you live in Estonia
142 if you live in Austria
143 if you live in Switzerland
179 if you live in Malta
08008101117 if you live in China
0357740992 if you live in Japan
09295473143 if you live in the Philippines 
14045 if you live in Indonesia
27800567567 if you live in South Africa
3911270 if you live in Botswana

If I forgot a country, I apologize. I am actually at work and don't have the time to do thorough research, so I will just update this when I get home. 

Rest in Peace Etika. 

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Gaming YouTuber Etika is Missing

For those of you that do not know, 29 year old gaming YouTuber Etika has been missing since Wednesday, June 19, 2019. He uploaded a video on the same day around 12 am (which was around 10 pm my time here in Idaho) that was titled "I'm Sorry". Gamer Rob Breslau (also known as Slasher on Twitter) uploaded an excerpt of the original video here in tweet he posted a few days ago shortly after Etika's original video was published onto YouTube. 

The original video has been flagged and has been removed; however, you can see the video on various platforms. YouTube continues to remove the video, but the video is being relentlessly uploaded to the platform by fans and friends who share deep concern for the YouTube star. 

After watching the video, I truly believe he has committed suicide. As much as I don't want to entertain this theory, there was something about his eyes and what he said that made me believe he was going to do something to end his life. 

For instance, he said, "I was mentally troubled and far too stone headed to admit it, far too stubborn to face it and far too scared to deal with it." He then said, "as far as I know, there is no life after death. My time ends now, but there is a way for me too. I'll send you all as many blessings as I can from the other side." 

I've had a friend end her life who used the same language, especially the terms "other side" which makes me believe that he did, in fact, end his own life. He talked about the other side a lot towards the end of the video. And he is mysteriously missing hence why I believe he lost his battle. As he was modestly active on social media, it isn't like him to just go and make this kind of video and end up missing for days after with no explanation.  

I literally fear the worst. 

It is currently Saturday night here, early Sunday morning. If you know about Etika's whereabouts, please contact the local authorities immediately. 

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Happy 16th Birthday Google

Founded in 1998, Google.com continues to remain stronger than ever. I remember when I first started college, every single computer at the main library had "Google" as it's start page. I remember asking the librarian "What is Google?" and she proceeded to explain to me, it's a lot like MSN (which was the most popular at the time) and Yahoo!
 
Little did I realize that Google would go on to become something so much greater in the years to come. Not only a business, but a brand. Now, 16 years later it is stronger than ever. In fact, it went from a small idea with only few employees to almost 50,000 employees (47,000+ to be exact).
 
With a strong effort to promote lobbying, Google is definitely high in the ranks. When I asked the librarian years ago "What is Google?" I never realized that Google.com would go on to become one of the world's strongest and powerful multinational corporations. And knowing what I know now, I believe it's going to be just as strong in many more years to come.
 
Happy Birthday Google!