WHY H3H3 SUCKS NOW: Podcast, Ball Rider App and Hypocrisy

44 thoughts on “WHY H3H3 SUCKS NOW: Podcast, Ball Rider App and Hypocrisy

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  2. I wish more people would subscribe and see your and recovery mum, and bipolar pigs vids it’s a very niche community but it’s very helpful for me at least you’ve all helped me stay sober for the past few months after years Xanax and more recently on heroin

  3. h3h3 is one of my all time favorite channels. I hope they make it out okay, their videos always crack me up. I feel like they're doing so bad because of how youtube's algorithm/demonetization methods have panned out.

  4. My issue with monetization is that youtubers who take their content as a “job” don’t make videos because they love what they do. It seems disingenuous. And I’ve watched a lot of content suffer because of youtubers feeling obligated to “work” and put on a show, rather than be an authentic, relatable person. …did that make any sense?

  5. Hey Chris, I think that was a great point that some people twist these days that people need to make money. I think that Patreon is a good example of some people either wanting to either branch out or have some nicer things because of your support.

  6. I was smh when I saw the depression podcast. He was talking about these healthy habits that definitely are good for you, but they don’t cure depression. And if he got treatment for his depression he would more likely do the things he is talking about.

  7. I love h3h3 and have been following them a long time. I found it hilarious that they finally upload a video but it’s an ad for their video game. Everyone need to make money, though so why would people get mad?

  8. I was fine with the podcast when it first started, but that was only because I thought they'd still be doing other videos when not doing their Friday live podcast (that requires minimal to none editing). Now I'm a bit disappointed in them because it comes off to me as lazy that they aren't putting in as much effort in their channel.

  9. I disagree with almost all your points but im too depressed to type it so i will keep watching you maybe it will get better 😉

  10. What you said about forming your own opinions? That's why I watch Philip DeFranco. He just lays it out, and lets you decide. I've heard criticism toward him for that, but I like that, a lot.

  11. This video is a representation of what is wrong with society. In the title you use the verb "sucks" an opinion of yours but a negative connotation none the less. If H3H3 happened to come across, do you think it'd be received as positive, or would it be a contributor to his "Depression" in your title alone, is a negative connotation, this is a contradiction to what you seem to advocate for mental health. Initially you hedge your interest in speaking about the H3H3 because "several" people asked you to speak about it, just be truthful that this topic is popular YouTube content, while you might of been asked to cover it, don't represent it as a supply and demand. You have names like Idubbz and Jake Paul in your description, this is unnecessary to the topic, but knowing that it is helpful in the search engine it is understandable but it categorizes you within the majority of YouTube that uses the same few names to illuminate your own agenda. You used an analogy of a person working at "Chipotle" and how you'd never take car advice from them based upon the small window you've crossed paths with this individual, this is really again something naive and shallow to broadcast. Advice should be given from education or perspective, this person could have knowledge to offer, it seems you'd be better severed to find out if they have a perspective or experience with cars, but because they work at "Chipotle" you immediately brush them off, this is ignorantly articulated. Next you talk about your past in working with those dealing with mental health issues, I respect that you've done this but to speak about the business aspect of it and saying you might of turned people away due to inadequate funds so non-chalant is very insincere, wasn't relevant to the topic. This YouTube issue is extremely simple and was predictable, not knowing what to use the platform for these initial booms for creators was similar to a gold rush or something of short term opportunity. Once these ads and profits became minimized, most of them showed their true colors, and these "Internet celebrities" didn't care to invest well enough and naively thought this was going to last forever, the ones that are hanging on are desperately trying to do anything they can because it is a false sense of success and what is beneath them might become reality. H3H3 similar to Fousey is pulling the depression card for sympathy, which is very disingenuous, depression is an ongoing issue regardless of your current success, not to confused with by source of income has been affected and I don't have another skill set, or I thought YouTube was going to let me make 6 figures on their platform telling fart jokes.

  12. Holy fuck they have always sucked because they're jews….. Most sjw's dont see this because they're cucked and dont realize it

  13. I agree at some and disagree a bit. Like I love h3h3 and I would keep on supporting him. But he is kinda making enough money on the podcast with alot of sponsers. Like he moved to a bigger estate and got himself a tesla 3 ( kinda pricey) and he's been going on some… expensive purchases tbh. Like he deserve it all but yet like. Atleast give some love for the people who supported you tell were you are now. BTW Nice vid my dude.

  14. first time seeing ur channel & need more of ur voice in my life. U sound like the old gospel singer Alvin Slaughter. Anyway… I am ironically a (very part time) mental health professional.

  15. I disagree on your point about him saying what he wants on his podcast. Obviously he can say what he wants, but actions have consequences. A lot of young fans look up to him and he's been known several times to say some false things that kinda encourage hate. Yes mostly adults look up to him. Which you are right on that one. But a lot of young people too imo. He spreaded false info with the acid attacks in London, he did it with the police situation more recently. As a content creator, he needs to do some research when discussing sensitive or popular topics. Especially since that's the route he's going which seems he IS actually becoming a political commentator. I don't know for sure. it's undeniable that his podcast is becoming more political Also, have you seen how toxic his fantastic already is?

  16. If you know anything about in-app purchases or microtransactions, they are a way for developers to squeeze the most amount of money from someone. I am not fully against them, but they don't NEED to be used.

  17. He is in the eyes of people from adults to CHILDREN. His uneducated takes on the police, the catholic church and other divisive topics DOES influence young people. As an adult. Yeah, I can listen to what he says and know its bullcrap. However younger kids will just listen and believe. He has become a big hypocrit and a shell of his former self.

    You defending him is just messy. If he did a 180 turn and started spewing absolute falsehoods and had no energy and isn't funny, then that's on him.

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