So as you all know I'm coming out with Epic, my new poetry book. And I posted a preview of the book on youtube, well I only got a few hits. I was trying to think of a way that I can get more people to view my video and well it came to me. Post an unpopular opinion as a video response to someone that has a ton of hits. Well I chose Mr. BScott, he's entertaining, seems like an outgoing person, but he also looks a mess. Well I decided to say what I thought and that was that he looked like Lenny Kravitz in a bad wig and that if he's gonna look like Lenny in drag at least be the best Lenny in drag he can be. I suggested a perm or a press and to stop wearing that god awful wig of his. I also put on there that I wasn't hating and he seemed like a sweet person so it wasn't all bad it just truly was my opinion. Well I knew going into this I couldn't exactly look all put together myself I had to add to the controversy. So I laid on my couch, put my rag on my head and went for it. Oh it worked like a charm, the hits started coming in and so did the comments, the misspelled comments, the fat comments, the teeth comments, the ugly comments. Is it just me or do the YouTube flock not understand exactly what YouTube is about. I've watched and observed for a long time before posting anything and I realize that no matter what you put up good or bad there will always be someone that says you're this or that in a negative way. There are people on there that get into cyber fights in the comments section, and for some reason no one can spell. I wonder if it's the degeneration of education and reading with the rise of blogs and YouTube. What I ultimately needed was for people to start looking at my other videos, which they did, all my numbers rose. The funny thing about it all was that I posted on my other video the poem You's a Fat Bitch and well it got all good comments. I wonder why no one made the same remarks on that one. Was it because in that one I wasn't "hating" on anyone. YouTube is all a matter of opinion and perception. It's the truest form of reality TV. Everyday someone takes a side of them or something personal and shows it to the world and just like in the real world people will always have something to say. So am I truly the gap toothed, sumo wrestling, hating bitch that they perceive or am I someone that used what I know about the YouTube flock to my advantage.