Eske Esquire wrote:
The comments are disabled, of course, because she was getting death threats and all other manner of vitriol in them.
So did Rebecca Black, Justin Bieber, and [insert youtube video here]
Not sure if this was intended to be a counter-point, but it isn't.
I once made an adorable cat video. After the 23rd death threat via the you-tube commentary system, I turned to a life of crime and abject brutality.
I hope it was against Youtube commenters.
What rage? She's using memes and is afraid of the internet, the same people she's trying to appeal to. That's grade A hilarious.
Yup. It's almost as hilarious as a serviceman who's so irrationally tweaked out by a woman criticizing games on the internet that he's taken to holding up the wholly insignificant fact that 'no youtube comments are allowed on the videos' as some sort of grand indictment.
Hyperbole aside, of course.