Twice as many hits here as what Youtube is showing... interesting.
I watched this and the H2 excerpts would be comical if they weren't so sad, irritating, and indicative of the state of big money media. What a load of bullshit!
I laughed in disbelief and utter abhorrence when they showed the guy in the airport talking to his wife. They actually needed to add that part to try and discredit your brother. That's the ONLY reason that part of the show even existed! Oh, that and the "yeah, I looked these over and the wear on them appears genuine, blah blah blah.
Anyone with half a brain already doesn't watch this shit, but it pisses me off that they not only wasted a day of your brother's time, but they also tried to tarnish his image, in my opinion. I'd take that shit really personally if I were your brother, but he seemed pretty level-headed about it when I listened to him explain everything.
What a crock. And this is only one event of one part of one show. And people think I'm overly critical of these things when I bring them up...
Question: how do you know about the number of hits you really
get on a youtube post compared to what's shown? And what's the point of them lying about it? I know the phenomenon exists, but the only reasons I can come up with are petty ones. Wondering if it's something other than trying to dis-credit the video by showing it has low volume? Just curious.
P.S. - as a BFP subscriber, I am looking forward to your Bill Still interview.