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(SFGate)   Hey, rando YouTuber: you're about to be hit by the largest category 4 hurricane on record. What are you going to do next? "I'm going to Disney World"   (sfgate.com) divider line
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2022-10-04 9:17:44 AM  
The only surprising thing about this are the people being surprised that there are dumbsh*ts who do dumb sh*t like this.
 
2022-10-04 9:29:41 AM  
This is 20 years old.  Time to update the list.
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2022-10-04 9:33:06 AM  
I expect nothing less of the Disney adult vlogger crowd
 
2022-10-04 9:45:55 AM  
Instead of just leaving a dislike, freaking unsubscribe from these pieces of sh and give them no more attention. I guarantee that if you think this was in poor taste, everything these viewers have been watching of these people's content are just as bad in different ways.
 
2022-10-04 9:57:08 AM  
I'll admit I watched a couple of these videos. But they didn't do anything particularly distasteful like described in the article.
 
2022-10-04 10:12:16 AM  
Meh.  Sensationalist journalism about sensationalist Disney vloggers and the snarky comments that follow.  Humans will try to monetize anything and everything.  My only thought......
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2022-10-04 10:15:33 AM  
Going to a Disney hotel to escape a hurricane is a viable option.  They built the place for it, and have their own electric and water supply.

Beats driving all the way to Atlanta like I did the last time one was supposed to hit.
 
2022-10-04 10:16:35 AM  
"This is terrible! Check out these videos to see how terrible they are! Like and subscribe so you can keep regular tabs on the terribleness!"

As bad as this crap is, the bigger assholes are the so-called journalists who keep driving traffic towards these douchebags, who would go mostly ignored otherwise. Why, it's almost like the media encourages this behavior as the most effective way to get endless free promotion!
 
2022-10-04 10:32:21 AM  
Was this the farker who flew into Fort Myers a day before the hurricane hit, and was offended that no one stopped him?

LazyPredator: Instead of just leaving a dislike, freaking unsubscribe from these pieces of sh and give them no more attention. I guarantee that if you think this was in poor taste, everything these viewers have been watching of these people's content are just as bad in different ways.


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2022-10-04 10:39:12 AM  
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Bro, who does your eyebrows?  Do you have one of those razors shaped like a penis so you can really groom yourself?  I hope you brought it to Disneyworld.  Wouldn't want to turn off  viewers of your pretty, pretty face.

/There's something on the radio right now about "using social media to actually create demand for something," like this guys whoring face.
//But they're talking about crypto.
 
2022-10-04 10:58:07 AM  
cryinoutloud, the most morally pure and anti-commercialism poster on this site, is now just criticizing people for their looks?

Sad. Low effort.
 
2022-10-04 11:00:38 AM  
The fall before the pandemic, my family had planned a week long trip to Disney World.  In the weeks leading up to it, they predicted a hurricane (Dorian I think?) was going to hit in the middle of it, but it was maybe 50/50 if it would effect us.  We ended up going anyways.

First thing we noticed, crowd levels were way down.  Especially mid week, of course.

Second, most of the other patrons seemed to be Florida residents from the coast with season passes.  Seems there's a bunch of people who's hurricane plans are "Lock up everything, and leave the coast and move into the hotels at Disney, which are built like bunkers and have their own reinforced power, water, and sewer".  If the weather's not too bad, spend the day in the park.  If the weather sucks, enjoy the resort you are in.

Turns out, the storm mostly diverted up the coast and dissipated, leaving just one rainy, stormy evening that caused the parks to cut short their late night hours a little early and reduced the temperature the rest of the week.
 
2022-10-04 11:04:30 AM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: cryinoutloud, the most morally pure and anti-commercialism poster on this site, is now just criticizing people for their looks?

Sad. Low effort.


I was getting a heavy "I find this guy attractive, but he's a jerk so I have to find reasons he's not appealing" vibe from that post. "Penis shaped razor" seemed like the most glaring Freudian slip. Either that, or the reason he's getting such a bad shave is because he picked up the wrong battery-powered vibrating device, and his roommates are inwardly dying of laughter every time he lathers up and swipes it across his face.
 
2022-10-04 11:07:04 AM  

ReverendLoki: The fall before the pandemic, my family had planned a week long trip to Disney World.  In the weeks leading up to it, they predicted a hurricane (Dorian I think?) was going to hit in the middle of it, but it was maybe 50/50 if it would effect us.  We ended up going anyways.

First thing we noticed, crowd levels were way down.  Especially mid week, of course.

Second, most of the other patrons seemed to be Florida residents from the coast with season passes.  Seems there's a bunch of people who's hurricane plans are "Lock up everything, and leave the coast and move into the hotels at Disney, which are built like bunkers and have their own reinforced power, water, and sewer".  If the weather's not too bad, spend the day in the park.  If the weather sucks, enjoy the resort you are in.

Turns out, the storm mostly diverted up the coast and dissipated, leaving just one rainy, stormy evening that caused the parks to cut short their late night hours a little early and reduced the temperature the rest of the week.


We went to universal that fall.  It was probably the best vacation the SLEZE's ever spent as a family.

/CSB
//Disney rules too
///Just like to brag about that trip.  Last big vacation for a LONNNGG time...
 
2022-10-04 11:20:53 AM  
you think someone would just go onto the internet and tell lies like that?
 
2022-10-04 11:30:57 AM  

Eddie Hazel's E string: cryinoutloud, the most morally pure and anti-commercialism poster on this site, is now just criticizing people for their looks?
Sad. Low effort.


Sure this is really "organic."  I don't think you guys even understand what it is that I make fun of.  You're that saturated by consumer ignorance.  It doesn't even register.  If BEING is good, then BUYING your identity is six times as good, RIGHT?

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No, you dumbasses.

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When you got your asshole bleached, it was purely a natural drive and you made it up all by yourself, right?  Because you are unique. Like all those tattoos that everyone has now.  First they sold them, but now they don't have to--everyone decided that was a cool thing to spend money on.  How unique.

Somebody sold it to you.  All these cool and unique ideas that you all think you invented, because you're so farking in love with yourselves, was sold to you.  Did you ever notice that every time someone comes up with a great new idea that makes you  unique, the price is higher than what it replaced?  Or is that part of the allure, since you're all addicted to money?  The snobbery sure seems intact, no matter what else befalls you.

somebody sold these assholes an idea that they were important as "influencers."  The same people who told you that it would be cool to bleach your asshole, or get fake eyelashes, or go to a salon every week to have your hair colored some different way.
And they bought it, like the delusional little twats of that generation do.  How could they not? It's a slippery slope and you're running all the way down it.   Now they have to keep selling it, and YOU have to keep selling it, and you're all out there SELLING IT, and you don't even know who the fark you are.  And there's nothing wrong with--THERE ARE A MILLION THINGS WRONG WITH THAT.

Now whoever you are, I'm tired of you.  It's exhausting to try to explain anything to a bunch of brain dead consumer whores.

/the planet is dying, by the way. Because of your farking childishness.
 
2022-10-04 11:36:56 AM  

cryinoutloud: I don't think you guys even understand what it is that I make fun of.  You're that saturated by consumer ignorance.


Uh, no?

I just find it comically hypocritical that given everything you write on these boards regarding your perception of society as shallow and vapid, you still come into Entertainment threads to make commentary on somebody's eyebrows using dick jokes.
 
2022-10-04 11:58:47 AM  

cryinoutloud: Eddie Hazel's E string: cryinoutloud, the most morally pure and anti-commercialism poster on this site, is now just criticizing people for their looks?
Sad. Low effort.

Sure this is really "organic."  I don't think you guys even understand what it is that I make fun of.  You're that saturated by consumer ignorance.  It doesn't even register.  If BEING is good, then BUYING your identity is six times as good, RIGHT?

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No, you dumbasses.

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When you got your asshole bleached, it was purely a natural drive and you made it up all by yourself, right?  Because you are unique. Like all those tattoos that everyone has now.  First they sold them, but now they don't have to--everyone decided that was a cool thing to spend money on.  How unique.

Somebody sold it to you.  All these cool and unique ideas that you all think you invented, because you're so farking in love with yourselves, was sold to you.  Did you ever notice that every time someone comes up with a great new idea that makes you  unique, the price is higher than what it replaced?  Or is that part of the allure, since you're all addicted to money?  The snobbery sure seems intact, no matter what else befalls you.

somebody sold these assholes an idea that they were important as "influencers."  The same people who told you that it would be cool to bleach your asshole, or get fake eyelashes, or go to a salon every week to have your hair colored some different way.
And they bought it, like the delusional little twats of that generation do.  How could they not? It's a slippery slope and you're running all the way down it.   Now they have to keep selling it, and YOU have to keep selling it, and you're all out there SELLING IT, and you don't even know who the fark you are.  And there's nothing wrong with--THERE ARE A MILLION THINGS WRONG WITH THAT.

Now whoever you are, I'm tired of you.  It's exhausting to try to explain anything to a bunch of brain dead consumer whores.

/the planet is dying, by the way. Because of your farking childishness.


This thread got weird fast. But it's more entertaining than talking about vapid YouTube AWs, so by all means, carry on and escalate!
 
2022-10-04 12:41:51 PM  
This is waaaaay down the list on unsavory things vloggers do.

The good news for the rest of us is the influencer bubble is about to pop in a huge, huge way.   Sponsored content was generally one of their largest revenue flows and thats going the wayside already and going to take a massive hit with the recession just getting under way.  Marketing used to think it was a great way to reach gen Z (and it was) but the consumer has wised up that what they are hawking are no different than some sports star on a TV ad who most assuredly doesn't drive a Ford when he makes 35 million a year.
 
2022-10-04 12:44:17 PM  

cryinoutloud: Eddie Hazel's E string: cryinoutloud, the most morally pure and anti-commercialism poster on this site, is now just criticizing people for their looks?
Sad. Low effort.

Sure this is really "organic."  I don't think you guys even understand what it is that I make fun of.  You're that saturated by consumer ignorance.  It doesn't even register.  If BEING is good, then BUYING your identity is six times as good, RIGHT?

[Fark user image image 517x344]

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No, you dumbasses.

[Fark user image image 547x388]

When you got your asshole bleached, it was purely a natural drive and you made it up all by yourself, right?  Because you are unique. Like all those tattoos that everyone has now.  First they sold them, but now they don't have to--everyone decided that was a cool thing to spend money on.  How unique.

Somebody sold it to you.  All these cool and unique ideas that you all think you invented, because you're so farking in love with yourselves, was sold to you.  Did you ever notice that every time someone comes up with a great new idea that makes you  unique, the price is higher than what it replaced?  Or is that part of the allure, since you're all addicted to money?  The snobbery sure seems intact, no matter what else befalls you.

somebody sold these assholes an idea that they were important as "influencers."  The same people who told you that it would be cool to bleach your asshole, or get fake eyelashes, or go to a salon every week to have your hair colored some different way.
And they bought it, like the delusional little twats of that generation do.  How could they not? It's a slippery slope and you're running all the way down it.   Now they have to keep selling it, and YOU have to keep selling it, and you're all out there SELLING IT, and you don't even know who the fark you are.  And there's nothing wrong with--THERE ARE A MILLION THINGS WRONG WITH THAT.

Now whoever you are, I'm tired of you.  It's exhausting to try to explain anything to a bunch of brain dead consumer whores.

/the planet is dying, by the way. Because of your farking childishness.


You're f*cking dumb.

/act was old a long time ago
 
2022-10-04 12:52:28 PM  
Disney has a vlogger problem - obnoxious idiots whose constant filming and behaviour spoils other people's experiences, people who have spent an absolute fortune for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They're like surfers who think they "own" a beach and treat tourists like invaders.

Obviously it's a very difficult thing to police - normal visitors will also want to film.

This is a perfect opportunity to fix that. Ban anyone who did this, en masse - it'll remove most of the worst offenders in one fell swoop, and few Disney fans would disagree. These people almost always have annual tickets, which have fingerprint id for entry. Make a condition of those tickets a caveat against monetizing content without the express permission of Disney (that allows vloggers who make content genuinely useful to Disney and unobtrusive to people - folk reviewing new food etc - to be allowed to continue.
 
2022-10-04 1:27:17 PM  

Bungles: Disney has a vlogger problem - obnoxious idiots whose constant filming and behaviour spoils other people's experiences, people who have spent an absolute fortune for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They're like surfers who think they "own" a beach and treat tourists like invaders.

Obviously it's a very difficult thing to police - normal visitors will also want to film.

This is a perfect opportunity to fix that. Ban anyone who did this, en masse - it'll remove most of the worst offenders in one fell swoop, and few Disney fans would disagree. These people almost always have annual tickets, which have fingerprint id for entry. Make a condition of those tickets a caveat against monetizing content without the express permission of Disney (that allows vloggers who make content genuinely useful to Disney and unobtrusive to people - folk reviewing new food etc - to be allowed to continue.


The legal hurdles of trying to say you can't share your vacation videos online without Disney's permission would be far more trouble and expense than they're worth. It would also alienate many of Disney's superfans, and raise accusations that the park was trying to stifle anything other than the most positive and marketing-beneficial content (which would be true). Banning vloggers who make a nuisance of themselves is a good idea, but taking it beyond that would be a mistake.
 
2022-10-04 1:31:33 PM  

EdgeRunner: Bungles: Disney has a vlogger problem - obnoxious idiots whose constant filming and behaviour spoils other people's experiences, people who have spent an absolute fortune for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They're like surfers who think they "own" a beach and treat tourists like invaders.

Obviously it's a very difficult thing to police - normal visitors will also want to film.

This is a perfect opportunity to fix that. Ban anyone who did this, en masse - it'll remove most of the worst offenders in one fell swoop, and few Disney fans would disagree. These people almost always have annual tickets, which have fingerprint id for entry. Make a condition of those tickets a caveat against monetizing content without the express permission of Disney (that allows vloggers who make content genuinely useful to Disney and unobtrusive to people - folk reviewing new food etc - to be allowed to continue.

The legal hurdles of trying to say you can't share your vacation videos online without Disney's permission would be far more trouble and expense than they're worth. It would also alienate many of Disney's superfans, and raise accusations that the park was trying to stifle anything other than the most positive and marketing-beneficial content (which would be true). Banning vloggers who make a nuisance of themselves is a good idea, but taking it beyond that would be a mistake.



It's not beyond the ken of Disney to make an invite-only "Disney Vlogger" program, where you're expected to uphold the "values of Disney" tied to annual tickets. The problem isn't vloggers who visit a few times a year, it's these daily vloggers.

Disney Tokyo has already banned them outright.
 
2022-10-04 2:07:58 PM  
I admit I started watching the DisneyLAND (CA) vlogs to help me plan my post-pandemic trip.  The best one is Fresh Baked and it was extremely helpful to me as he reported on the latest openings, policies, etc.  I knew which restaurants and rides were still closed and I found out that I was going to be there during an unannounced soft opening (heh) of the updated Jungle Cruise ride.

I ended up continuing to watch it after my trip and now as I plan my next trip in January.  I grew up in Garden Grove just a couple miles down the street from Disneyland so the vlogs are interesting to me as it chronicles announcements of new changes/construction, or simply providing a nice walk-through during different seasons when I can't go.
 
2022-10-04 2:08:51 PM  

Bungles: It's not beyond the ken of Disney to make an invite-only "Disney Vlogger" program, where you're expected to uphold the "values of Disney" tied to annual tickets. The problem isn't vloggers who visit a few times a year, it's these daily vloggers.

Disney Tokyo has already banned them outright.


Japan puts more stock in polite behavior and consideration for others, though. Consider all the hysterical objections in the US to wearing a paper mask for the collective health of the country, and then imagine what would happen if you tried telling today's spoiled Americans that they can't photograph their Disney vacations unless they abide by certain rules of decency. Awful videos would increase just for stigginit.
 
2022-10-04 2:15:03 PM  

Bungles: EdgeRunner: Bungles: Disney has a vlogger problem - obnoxious idiots whose constant filming and behaviour spoils other people's experiences, people who have spent an absolute fortune for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They're like surfers who think they "own" a beach and treat tourists like invaders.

Obviously it's a very difficult thing to police - normal visitors will also want to film.

This is a perfect opportunity to fix that. Ban anyone who did this, en masse - it'll remove most of the worst offenders in one fell swoop, and few Disney fans would disagree. These people almost always have annual tickets, which have fingerprint id for entry. Make a condition of those tickets a caveat against monetizing content without the express permission of Disney (that allows vloggers who make content genuinely useful to Disney and unobtrusive to people - folk reviewing new food etc - to be allowed to continue.

The legal hurdles of trying to say you can't share your vacation videos online without Disney's permission would be far more trouble and expense than they're worth. It would also alienate many of Disney's superfans, and raise accusations that the park was trying to stifle anything other than the most positive and marketing-beneficial content (which would be true). Banning vloggers who make a nuisance of themselves is a good idea, but taking it beyond that would be a mistake.


It's not beyond the ken of Disney to make an invite-only "Disney Vlogger" program, where you're expected to uphold the "values of Disney" tied to annual tickets. The problem isn't vloggers who visit a few times a year, it's these daily vloggers.

Disney Tokyo has already banned them outright.


Some more info on it:  https://www.disneyfanatic.com/disney-park-bans-vlogging-streaming-fans-rejoice-tb1d23/

Specifically, they are banning a lot of the equipment vloggers use.

Also important to note:  Tokyo Disney has a lot more autonomy apart from corporate Disney than the other parks, But, it looks like the policy is set to expand to them anyways.

The one thing I'd miss with this policy?  The people who take the 3D/360 degree videos on the rides.  It's nice to pull them up on the VR headset and get a taste of the rides in parks I'll never get to visit.  But otherwise, yeah, smart move.
 
2022-10-04 2:44:04 PM  

ReverendLoki: Bungles: EdgeRunner: Bungles: Disney has a vlogger problem - obnoxious idiots whose constant filming and behaviour spoils other people's experiences, people who have spent an absolute fortune for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. They're like surfers who think they "own" a beach and treat tourists like invaders.

Obviously it's a very difficult thing to police - normal visitors will also want to film.

This is a perfect opportunity to fix that. Ban anyone who did this, en masse - it'll remove most of the worst offenders in one fell swoop, and few Disney fans would disagree. These people almost always have annual tickets, which have fingerprint id for entry. Make a condition of those tickets a caveat against monetizing content without the express permission of Disney (that allows vloggers who make content genuinely useful to Disney and unobtrusive to people - folk reviewing new food etc - to be allowed to continue.

The legal hurdles of trying to say you can't share your vacation videos online without Disney's permission would be far more trouble and expense than they're worth. It would also alienate many of Disney's superfans, and raise accusations that the park was trying to stifle anything other than the most positive and marketing-beneficial content (which would be true). Banning vloggers who make a nuisance of themselves is a good idea, but taking it beyond that would be a mistake.


It's not beyond the ken of Disney to make an invite-only "Disney Vlogger" program, where you're expected to uphold the "values of Disney" tied to annual tickets. The problem isn't vloggers who visit a few times a year, it's these daily vloggers.

Disney Tokyo has already banned them outright.

Some more info on it:  https://www.disneyfanatic.com/disney-park-bans-vlogging-streaming-fans-rejoice-tb1d23/

Specifically, they are banning a lot of the equipment vloggers use.

Also important to note:  Tokyo Disney has a lot more autonomy apart from corporate Disney than the other parks, But ...



There need to be some vloggers - a lot of people find them very useful for planning their trips. And it was fine when there were only a handful... but now there are *hundreds*. You see vloggers walking past chatting to themselves with their daft tripod sticks in the background of other vlogger's videos, it's ridiculous.
 
2022-10-04 4:44:39 PM  
Disney loves these vloggers.  Disney doesn't give them anything either because they don't have to.
 
2022-10-04 4:45:38 PM  
The only influence these supposed influencers exert is influencing me to hate them.
 
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