Ask @uzalogic:

Who's more of a Sperg? Spino or Angry Napoleon?

Animu Putin
Spinegry Napsaurseon.
seriously though, I don't have a problem with spino. AN, meanwhile, is a totally unintentional beautiful disaster, with a steady output of lols.

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Angry Napoleon is my papi

then I hope, for your sake, that you're an inner-city black kid, and napoleon goes for cigarettes one day and doesn't return.

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What do you think of Angry MGTOW?

poor reflection on his movement, like most MGTOW's I've encountered. Can't help but recommend Randomercam again as an examplar MRA and MGTOW.

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Who created Zionism?

ahh, sorry... mea culpa... I was bored and drunk and just... blurted out the founding ideas of the ideology online; next thing I know, they have a whole country!

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How many people died at Sandy Hook?

plot twist: by shear coincidence, all the victims were genuinely killed unexpectedly, but were also all professional crisis actors.
inb4 kristi takes this seriously.

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Would you stick with YouTube even if they continue showing such bias toward large corporations?

Deplorable sevvie
I'll stick with content production, but maybe diversify my distribution. I'm setting up a system to distribute my videos without having to upload from my PC multiple times.
If this change is gradual, the large content creators will do fine, but below a certain threshold, channels might lose most of their audience. I think I'm a long way below that threshold. Might be tough times ahead, but that's what sparks innovation, so let's see what I do next ;)

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Have you always wanted to be a Youtuber?

since before it even existed! :D
occasionally over the last 10 years I've thought I would give it a try. Glad I didn't any earlier than I did. Still surprised I've had as much success as I have, and I'm not done yet.

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Why do you think the two party system has been so prevalent in places like the United States?

It's human nature to perceive all battles as between only two opponents: It naturally encourages only the strongest to be compared with any seriousness.
Aside from that, in the US especially, politics is expensive, and a free market naturally gravitates towards monopolies. The same is true in politics, though it wouldn't ever reach an actual monopoly.
Finally, I think it's a reflection of the primary ideological dichotomy: Compassion vs. Criticism. Often posed as "left vs. right", it encompasses social and economic policies. With two-party systems, you'll find that one takes one of these roles, the other takes the other. In the US, neither of the main parties are doing a very good job at representing their side, hence there are new populists on either side (Bernie and Trump), and one of them might just become president.
There's probably other things I haven't realised or remembered, but I think those are the most important factors.

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