How YouTube Reveals America


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How YouTube Reveals America
The United States of North America offers freedom of expression to its citizens and protects these rights under its most sacred dogmas. However, the homogenization and meaninglessness of YouTube drowns poignant thought in a sea of white noise from which drives catharsis into oblivion.
There is too much intellectual and academic chatter about the expedience and ubiquitous nature of the Internet to focus specifically on YouTube. But, what YouTube does offer a window to, are the voices of all of those trapped in the malaise of consumerism, celebrity worship and superficial approval. YouTube is a calamitous collection of nincompoops advertising their desperation and desire to please to the world of anonymity. The...
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