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Kurt’s Blog: I Get My First YouTube Comment, and It Was Beautiful
Kurt’s Blog: I Get My First YouTube Comment, and It Was Beautiful

Hilarious

August 2nd, 2010 is when I did this video…it’s me rapping the beginning of Ice Ice Baby as fast as I can…and I’m pretty fast

No one had ever commented…until yesterday…it came out of the blue…I was leaving HyVee, and I get an alert “Someone has commented on your YouTube video”. What? I haven’t put anything on YouTube in at least 4 months.

I click on it…and this is what I get.

From…

VanillaUK84              14 hours ago           

He doesnt even know the words. Ice is back like a brand new edition….. i think your find its invention. D**k

(yes, that last word is not dork…but the name Richard could be shortened to this nickname).

Hilarious. I nearly fell down laughing. Part of me really wants to engage this idiot in a war of YouTube comments, but this man has to be crazy, right?

First off, how did he even find this video…did he YouTube Vanilla Ice? If he did, then he’s got issues already, and I don’t need that batch of crazy chasing me.

Oh, Internet commenters, you are so ridiculous.

NOTE: When you comment on the Blog or Facebook, or whever, I never think of you as “internet commenters”…since you listen to us on the radio, I actually value your opinions. It’s these people who just comment to be mean that don’t deserve any respect.

 

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I know, Colleen and I are so nice sometimes, aren’t we? We put this on our boss (Mr. Allen’s) door yesterday.

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