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Yea, it's a two-part Frant. If the world were a free ride I would give it up - but you gotta buy your way through life, and this is all I got going on. I couldn't make a dime doing anything else these days! I know - I have tried! (Poor Fran is whining again about having to work - There Trolls, now you don't have to bother typing it into the comments) Enjoy!
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12 thoughts on “…. and why i can’t wait to quit youtube”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars ジョン the electric dragon 竜 says:

    Please don't 🙁

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Crackerjack says:

    Fighting the armchair warriors can be taxing.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Keri Szafir says:

    Dunning Krüger effect for sure! Over-confidence goes with incompetence. Then the impostor syndrome becomes a problem: lack of confidence among those truly competent or even outstanding.
    If someone thinks they know everything, they will learn nothing. Only by knowing that you don't know and accepting the fact can you open yourself to new knowledge.

    Generational thing, you say… Possible. In these times life is just so damn fast, the information overload takes a huge damn strain on our brains. Seems like it was slower back in '90s.
    It's not to say that younger generations are worse or whatnot – they're just a product of their times, just as our generation (the millennials) will be different than yours (X) or the previous ones (baby boomers etc.). But yes, I can see that the draw towards wisdom and knowledge seems to decay with time.

    Mysterious electronics? Ha. As 3rd Clarke's law says, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Only that with curious and disciplined mind, any shroud of mystification falls down quickly.
    The difference between electricity and electronics, nah… we've been over it. Cishet male insecurities too.

    Your corner of YT is significantly big, over 246k, that's something. Not sure how it translates to fans' engagement, dedication etc. and how the number grew over all these years.

    Regarding the description, no one should have to buy their way through life – there's enough wealth in this world to cover the basic needs of every single human being, the problem is the distribution of this wealth. If so much is concentrated in the hands of the powerful few who then control the access for everyone else and can set their own rules, then have the means to enforce them. It's a strange game and the only winning move would be not just not to play, but also devise an alternative game with fair rules.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Steve Roberts says:

    The problem of social media. So many more experts. You do a great job Fran. Like me, try taking these comments with a grain of salt. Damn. Another suggestion. 🙂

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ley Braith says:

    I have 40 years experience in the technical television game, I think you're doing a great job…..So There!

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Keith Marlow says:

    I call these people 'Toppers' – they have no real in depth understanding of a subject area but fixate on one thing to make a point, that if considered in the greater context has zero significance. Sort of remote micromangement by a pointy haired boss. The same techniques work in response.

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars olipito says:

    it's not just YouTube, this kind of person is everywhere. I have a small business where a lot of people comes by, and there is a lot of them knowing it soooo much better than I do…

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Daniel Worth says:

    I teach technical classes and students can occupy a lot of free space in your head when they are negative but you teach to the quiet kid in the back taking notes and working hard, but they don't stick in your head. I haven't said anything about what you should do, but I support on Patreon and watch and enjoy every video, have you ever thought about me, have you!? 🙂

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Seeking A Great Perhaps says:

    As a channel viewer, I am not ever offended if channel owners simply don't read comments. I rarely read comments. Because most comments contribute nothing.

    One reason I don't have a YouTube channel is because I am thin-skinned and commenters would drive me nuts.

    But speaking of comments: my comments, on the other hand, rule.

    I mean dig this one, for instance. I would like to state this. Can we talk about this: the most unnecessary song I have ever heard is Lou Reed's "The Original Wrapper." Bet you didn't think someone was going to bring that up today. But that is why my comments are all about: shock. They threaten The System. Here is another opinion: all of the resistor color code mnemonics like "bad beer ruins young guts but vodka goes well" are infuriatingly useless because B repeats so many times that no one except a resistor nerd can possibly keep track of which color goes with which B. Yeah I went there. Because I don't follow rules, yeah? Those of us who were forged in the flames of the Compuserve CB simulator aren't going to be putting up with comments one googolplex lamer than this one – which is most of them – anymore.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Astrogarage says:

    Good thing you’re a tough person ; )

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Matthew Walsh says:

    sounds like you are getting a barrage of mansplainers?

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rocco Rizzo says:

    Google geniuses have about as much real knowledge as my pet rock.

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