Yuya vs. Shane Dawson
With 80 million videos and 3 billion video views, YouTube currently eats up more bandwidth than the entire internet in 2002 but watching some of the trending YouTube channel videos is like reading the text messages between a 16 year old girl and Chewbacca.
A clear example is Shane Dawson; nobody else offers a more patent evidence that the average US citizen cannot handle the responsibility of an open video channel.
I used to watch Shane’s first videos myself and after a couple of weeks he started to repeat his jokes and every other video was about him thanking us for watching his videos.
In a matter of months he became the epitome of annoying.
Using the same platform we have an example of pureness and commitment with good job: Mariand Castrejon best known as Yuya.
She is a sophisticated and intelligent woman whose videos are of paramount importance.
Her soft and warm voice is another remarkable feature that put the last touches on the excellence of her YouTube channel.
She shares beauty tips and recommendations to help people achieve physical attractiveness and we all know that being beautiful is the first priority of life.
Attractive people are more socially successful, more financially successful and clearly happier than unattractive people.
And women are particularly drawn to beauty and are in their element when surrounded with this kind of training videos like Yuya’s.
Being beautiful and pretty is what makes us healthier and happier than ugly people.
External beauty makes us better people and for a woman to be a good person it’s necessary to feel and look like a princess.
For male individuals being intelligent or good people can be useful too but for women the only thing that matters is being skinny and pretty.
Yuya gives every woman the chance to learn how to achieve ideal beauty by following her YouTube tutorials.
On the other hand Shane Dawson doesn’t give us anything useful, he is really annoying and his jokes are not even funny.
Anyone who films himself raging about trivial things or documenting their personal lives and inexplicably gets a ridiculous number of subscribers must be automatically banned by YouTube.
Google, who now owns YouTube, does a great job filtering the spam content on his other platforms but they are not doing it with YouTube and that should soon change.
Shane is a clear product of the reality show television culture in which people will do anything for fame, even if it brings humiliation and nonsense.
Small minded people always sought fame so it is no surprise he is doing it.
Genesis Chapter 4 tells us that the first motivation for building the Tower of Babel was that the builders could make a celebrated name for themselves so maybe with land being so expensive these days, YouTube is seen as the modern way to satisfy the same primitive impulse.
the world must know the truth!