triplemultiplex wrote:Question is, how does posting a video on YouTube make you money? It makes Google money, but not "You".
And as always, GREAT episode,
Aym_Dand wrote:James--76 wrote:Aym_Dand wrote:This one also could have been called "Ike Shrugged." Same premise as the Rand book: a culture of people who feel overused and underappreciated going on strike.
Good episode. I liked the buddy/friend/guy runner.
Does anyone have a transcript of Kyle's speech at the end? I'd like to read it. He talked too fast for me to understand it fully.
All Hail President Abootman!
We thought we could make money on the internet. But while the internet is new and exciting for creative people, it hasn't matured as a distribution mechanism to the extent that one should trade real and immediate opportunities for income for the promise of future online revenue. It will be a few years before digital distribution of media on the internet can be monetized to an extent that necessitates content producers to forgo their fair value in more traditional media
Cartman: Line? Lines! I HATE LINES!!!
JokerKenny wrote:hey, they forgot to kill laughing baby. i don't mean wanted to see that but he was in line too doesn't he ?
Who'd want to kill such a lovely thing?
Their interpretations of the internet videos were not very creative imo (they usualy do much better).
Their point(?) was also very stupid, to ridicule people that made funny videos but without making money ("only in theory").
So far a very disapointing season, except for 1203.
It's like he dies as usual but you don't see it!
Butters' video is hilarious, but the real version is just freaky.
Aym_a_perv wrote:This one also could have been called "Ike Shrugged." Same premise as the Rand book: a culture of people who feel overused and underappreciated going on strike.
never noticed a Rand reference, not that I think it was intentional: they're both Libertanians so obviously have simmilar ideas. They hate Rand so must have browsed her, especially her book "chicken lover shrugged"
SP_Orrange wrote:I really missed laugh-out-loud funny moments and good music numbers that are so typical for SP
As said above. They must utilise Trey's musical abilities for good not evil! Moar Cartman would've been nice, but it's great to see a KYLE episode. Wish it was the kids being kids rather than travveling across the world to change international politics though. GORDON BROWN/ NICOLAI SARKOSY RULE!
The cannadian's Trey Voice was unnervingly like his real voice though.
I appreciated the mockery of the writer's strike too.
Everything else, however, was fantastic. The musical numbers, the Battle of the Internet All-Stars*, and Kyle's message among other things made this an overall excellent episode.
*I am sorry to admit that I recognized all of those internet sensations, but am happy to say that I'm not so much of a nerd to have discovered them before they stopped being "cool."
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