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Obscenity and senility

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We discovered Richard (medhurst) on YouTube broadcasting about Covid a couple years ago. He started out being rather funny but he has become increasingly strident and sexist in his 6hour length broadcasts.

Evidently the longer repetitive casts are to lure people to donate or join his Patreon. He has managed to hook up with some big alt-name left journalists, but they are mostly commentator type journalists. During interviews he keeps a decent language but the rest of the time he cusses and his "crab dance" is a song clobbered together from politician bloopers and he ends it with his caveman scream of *** d8ck" really disgusting. It's bad enough a 28yo undereducated blogger is screaming epithets and hosting guests with some hard feelings against the USA but he has to cartoonize, lambaste, and then the conceited bastrd has to chauvinize the show.

The Muslin don't respect women much so the "crab dance" comes on every time someone joins his Patreon or makes a donation. I bet his new male alt news buddies are winking and so glad to rub elbows which indicates what kind of trash they really are advancing their usual divisive agenda while discrediting themselves. So he asked his audience recently about extending the broadcast to 8 hours with a couple hours of us watching him at his desk. Very funny, that he can't find something else to do like haul dirt like a real man.

Grow a beard and wear a turban to end the fake western masquerade.

Or give us a bobo doll so we can kick it as him. And all of this to me indicates that Google is full of these algorithm programmers who don't like gentlemen journalist, just disgusting crude types, probably because they love a dumbed down but-t head population...

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Loss:
$5
Pros:
  • Timely commentary
  • Guest interviews
  • Current events
Cons:
  • Bias
  • Boorish
  • Chauvinism

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution

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