Thursday, March 24, 2016

Thoughts On Unboxing

The downside of not having a plan for your YouTube channel is that you tend to post less frequently than that of someone who crank out "Let's Plays" on a daily basis.

This is a fact that veteran YouTubers and content providers will point out with almost as frequent regularity. In order for you to get followers, you need to generate content. And in order to generate content, you need have content.

And the carrot
And the stick
And the carrot
And the carrot

In order to publish video content, you need to be an expert in your field. Or at least be really good at video games...

Or pranking...
Or Reacting...

The upside to not having a plan for your channel, is that you can talk, perform, sell yourself as someone who isn't a professional, and it would still be okay.

I have nothing to talk about. I never really did.

Whenever I would find something to engage in with people, the blank stare would always cut the conversations short.

It's not that I don't want to talk to people, it's just that a lifetime's worth of indifference to me just made me not want to talk to anyone. Which means I turn into a hermit. Which means I'm in my own little world. Which is fine, but since I have the added benefit of being older, it would seem I would be well on my way to being the demented old dude.

Anyway, I made a video.


It's an unboxing video. Unboxing is still a thing, right? Hasn't been drawing the ire of anyone lately? Anybody have unboxing videos pulled because reasons?

Sorry, in a bad mood.

I recently purchased Neil Gaiman's "The Sandman Omnibus Volume 1" after pining after it for years.

It's big, it's beautiful, and here's what it looks like.