Hello, friends! This week, we're going to play a fun little game I like to call "Connect the Dots"! The idea is, I'll start with a popular video, find the first poster (at the time of writing) and post one of their videos, then find the first poster on that video and post one of their videos and so on and so forth as we continue further and further down the rabbit hole until I either find the best video on YouTube, or until I get bored or until I get too drunk to coherently interact with reality! GUESS WHICH ONE IS MOST LIKELY!!!
Let's kick things off with a video YouTube tells me must be awesome and worth viewing, because it's the first video on their "Spotlight" list:
I have a few things she may want to add to her capsule, namely:
And the first commenter is...
"whats the 9000 joke?"
Top 10 Billionaires in the World? Most Powerful People in Tech? We've seen lists just like these for decades now. Recent features like Best Billionaires Under 40 have attempted to shake things up by getting more specific, but they need to go even further.
RT mobile games reviewer Jeff Glukhov quits RT after being forced to give pro-Russian reviews to various iPhone and Android games.
Did anybody even want this sequel?
As you may have noticed, the most popular viral videos at any given time are amazingly banal, annoying, and cliched pieces of waste. It almost seems as if the internet naturally gravitates towards the worst possible Youtube and Google video selections. So it stands to reason that if the terrible videos become popular, then the unpopular videos must be awesome! We here at Something Awful present to you AwfulVision™, our own patented service dedicated to showcasing a wide selection of unpopular videos that apparently must be good! Welcome to Web 3.9. Welcome to AwfulVision™!