Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JD, May 18, 2017.
I have a YouTube channel and KNOW that YouTube is NOT a credible source.
Lawyers here in the U.S.A. said that if they found images and video clips like what is in the movie on your computer, you would be going to prison for child pornography.
Pretty much the entire movie.
Both are true. Do a Google search.
Right, child pornography.
Doesn't this cancel out your credibility in declaring YouTube not credible?
Google results are full of untrue claims. The legitimacy of the source matters, not merely the quantity or loudness of the claims. It's sad that you don't understand that.
You trivialize the charge by misusing it that way. Pornography is the depiction of people actually having sex. Please do not devalue the word or the seriousness of what it represents by frivolously abusing it to describe non-graphic images.
I post beer reviews. Nothing about that is credible. I never go on rants with weird conspiracies.
Google: U.S. lawyers on Cuties. I found this:
There are videos of pedophiles praising the movie. Go watch.
You do not understand American law.
If you search hard enough you can find anybody saying anything on the internet, so saying I saw somebody on the internet say it, really doesn't work as an argument.
Watch video I shared.
I don't waste my time on random bullshit.
Woof. And no. If you're even a bit aware on how clickbait works, it's titles and images like the video's you share that are, well, clickbait. I've got better things to do with my precious time than watch nonsense video's like those. They cater to what people want to believe, not truth.
That's not as easy as you think. If standing sets get torn down, etc., then the cost of restarting the show becomes problematic. Plus talent moves on. It's not a light switch.
So, how much money did they "loose"?
Oh, I've just realised, you're a bloody QAnon supporter.
I could have sworn this was a thread about The Dark Crystal...
That’s what I thought too. Oh well...
Well, you certainly don't. You're making that very clear.
Sorry, is this really QAnon shit? Or did someone just draw that conclusion from something you linked to? Because the QAnon people are seriously demented,
The poster that was all over the Twitterverse did not meet that definition in America, sorry. Netflix did use it briefly in the U.S. and apologized for their poor judgment, but it didn't expose them legally.
You know, having some understanding of the subject that you make broad declarations about is a helpful sort of thing. Think about it, won't you?
That's from a reputable, professional entertainment news organization, not some Youtube freak or QAnon ranter.
Netflix has been indicted by a Texas grand jury on the grounds that the film is "lewd" and panders to a "prurient interest in sex" which is not the same as facing federal charges for child pornography. In fact that county DA has called on the Justice Department to bring such an indictment, but no dice.
I’ve never eaten a dead rat but I’m pretty sure it won’t taste good. You don’t have to experience something to know if it’s good or not. I’ve seen countless videos like this, it’s pointless conjecture based on assumptions and the bias of the person making it. It’s no different than a thousand posts here. If the video is important explain what it’s about instead of letting it think for you and demanding everyone debate it instead of you.
Oh this is QAnon shit?
Time to put another mentally deficient one on the ignore list.
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