This article is part of the The Voice Of The Internet series.

A vocal majority of internet users believe their opinions, views, and voice should be heard across the globe. Unfortunately, a vocal majority of these people are extremely wrong. Chat rooms with voice technology demonstrate exactly what happens when we allow the internet to speak. The following video is an actual real-time recording, with minimal or no editing, of actual human beings speaking on the internet.

This episode features the child of That Computer: Li'l Fortran (played by Lauren Kyanka)

Speaking of Lauren Kyanka, be sure to check out two new short stories from Lauren at RIFFTRAX LIVE!


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Who still lurks in chat rooms? Psychos! The voice of the internet takes the psychotic ramblings of chat room dwellers and makes it into a silly little cartoon.

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