Worst Response Ever

penguinz0
22 Nov 202214:44

Summary

TLDRThe video script discusses a YouTube response from the head of a crypto company, Paradox Metaverse, accused of being a scam. The CEO defends his company, attributing criticism to bots and trolls, and challenges viewers to find evidence of a scam in a previous stream. The video criticizes the CEO's lack of substantial evidence and his emotional response, highlighting the community's skepticism and the CEO's perceived insecurity. It also touches on the broader issue of scams in the crypto space and the importance of critical thinking when investing.

Takeaways

  • 📺 The video discusses a YouTube response from the head of a crypto company, Paradox Metaverse, which was accused of being a scam.
  • 🚨 The crypto company's head defends against accusations by claiming a cyber attack from bots and trolls, without providing substantial evidence.
  • 🤔 The response video is criticized for being unconvincing and for the company head's emotional appeal instead of addressing the scam allegations directly.
  • 📉 The video script mentions a significant drop in comments during a live stream, which the company head attributes to a bot attack.
  • 🎥 The script highlights a lack of transparency and a failure to admit mistakes, as seen in the company head's refusal to acknowledge the scam accusations.
  • 💸 The company's head mentions a $10 million investment in the project, which is seen as an attempt to legitimize the company's operations.
  • 🎮 The video script criticizes the quality of the company's game, suggesting it was hastily put together and not a genuine effort.
  • 🔒 The company claims that founders do not have access to their own tokens and cannot cash out for a year, which is presented as a sign of confidence in the project.
  • 💔 The video script expresses disappointment in the company head's response and suggests that the community should be wary of such tactics.
  • 🌐 The script references a past incident where a crypto project called 'War on Rugs' ended up scamming its own community, highlighting the prevalence of scams in the crypto space.
  • 🚫 The video concludes by urging viewers to be critical and not to fall for scams, emphasizing the importance of recognizing red flags.

Q & A

  • What is the main issue with the crypto company mentioned in the script?

    -The crypto company, Paradox metaverse, is accused of being a scam after a YouTuber named I show speed dedicated a stream to it, which led to a backlash and subsequent apology from the YouTuber.

  • How did the head of Paradox metaverse respond to the accusations?

    -The head of Paradox metaverse made a response video where he claimed that the negative comments were from bots and trolls, and he provided no evidence to prove that his company was not a scam.

  • What was the YouTuber's reaction to the situation?

    -The YouTuber, I show speed, apologized for his actions, calling it a big mistake, and expressed a desire to move on and learn from the experience.

  • What was the specific claim made by the head of Paradox metaverse in his response video?

    -He claimed that if his company were a scam, they wouldn't still be operating and that the accusations were the result of a cyber-terrorist attack by bots.

  • How did the YouTuber's audience react during the live stream?

    -The audience in the live stream began typing 'L scam' in the chat as they realized the shady nature of the crypto company, leading to spikes in viewer engagement.

  • What was the head of Paradox metaverse's argument about the spikes in the live stream chat?

    -He argued that the spikes were due to bots attacking his company, but the script suggests that the spikes were actually from viewers expressing their realization that the company was a scam.

  • What was the outcome of the live stream for the crypto company?

    -The live stream resulted in a significant backlash against Paradox metaverse, with many viewers and commenters labeling it as a scam, leading to a negative perception of the company.

  • What was the head of Paradox metaverse's defense against the accusations of being a scam?

    -He challenged viewers to find a moment in the stream where he admitted to being a scam, arguing that because they couldn't find such a moment, it proved his innocence.

  • What was the reaction of the YouTuber's community to the head of Paradox metaverse's response video?

    -The community found the response video embarrassing and saw it as a weak attempt to deflect blame onto bots and trolls, rather than addressing the accusations directly.

  • What was the head of Paradox metaverse's final argument in his response video?

    -He claimed that if they were a scam, they would be in jail and wouldn't be able to operate, and he accused the viewers of engaging in cancel culture rather than providing substantial evidence against his company.

Outlines

00:00

🤔 Crypto Company's Bizarre Response

The video discusses a YouTube response video from the head of a crypto company, Paradox Metaverse, which is under fire for being involved in a shady business practice. The company's head defends himself by blaming bots and trolls for the negative attention, without providing evidence to refute the scam allegations. He also challenges viewers to find any admission of a scam in a previous live stream, using logical fallacies to defend his company's legitimacy.

05:01

💸 Misguided Defense and Lack of Evidence

The speaker criticizes the crypto company's leader for not addressing the scam allegations directly and for failing to provide any substantial evidence to support his claims. The leader's attempt to shift blame onto bots and trolls is highlighted as a weak defense strategy, and his emotional response is seen as a sign of insecurity. The video also points out the leader's lack of understanding of the situation and his inability to accept the reality of the public's perception of his company.

10:02

🚨 The Dangers of Crypto Scams and Cancel Culture

The video script touches on the broader issue of crypto scams and the importance of being cautious in the crypto space. It also discusses the concept of cancel culture and how it is being misused in this situation. The speaker emphasizes that the criticism is not baseless hate or cancel culture, but a genuine concern about the legitimacy of the crypto project. The video ends with a warning about the common tactics used by scams and the need for transparency and accountability in the crypto community.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡YouTuber apology videos

YouTuber apology videos are content where YouTube content creators address their audience to apologize for a mistake or controversy. In the context of this video, the script refers to these videos as entertaining, but the focus is on a different type of video response from a crypto company executive.

💡crypto company

A crypto company is a business that operates within the cryptocurrency space, often dealing with digital currencies, blockchain technology, or related services. In this video, the crypto company is in hot water due to allegations of being a scam.

💡I show speed stream

An 'I show speed stream' refers to a live broadcast by the YouTuber 'IShowSpeed,' who is known for his gaming content. In this context, the stream is dedicated to promoting a crypto company, which later becomes a point of controversy.

💡shilling

Shilling in the context of marketing or online communities refers to the act of promoting a product or service, often in a deceptive or biased manner. In this video, the term is used to describe the YouTuber's promotion of the crypto company.

💡scam

A scam is a fraudulent scheme or dishonest act designed to deceive people, typically for financial gain. In the video, the crypto company is accused of being a scam, which is a serious allegation in the cryptocurrency community.

💡bots and trolls

Bots are automated software programs that perform tasks, while trolls are individuals who provoke or disrupt online communities. In the video, the crypto company executive blames bots and trolls for the negative comments and accusations against his company.

💡rug pull

A 'rug pull' in the cryptocurrency world refers to an event where the developers of a project suddenly abandon it, often taking investors' money with them. It's a term used to describe a type of scam.

💡Cyber attack

A cyber attack is any attempt to disrupt, disable, or gain unauthorized access to a computer system or network. In the video, the crypto company executive uses the term to describe the influx of negative comments as an orchestrated attack.

💡community

In the context of online platforms and businesses, a community refers to a group of people who share common interests or engage in similar activities. Here, the community is the group of people who follow the crypto company and the YouTuber.

💡cancel culture

Cancel culture refers to the practice of publicly calling out and boycotting individuals or entities that are deemed to have done something offensive or harmful. In the video, the crypto company executive accuses the critics of engaging in cancel culture.

Highlights

YouTuber apology videos are entertaining, but today's content is a response video from a crypto company head in hot water.

The crypto company, Paradox metaverse, was called out by a major YouTuber for being shady.

The YouTuber, who goes by the name 'speed', has apologized for promoting Paradox metaverse and called it a mistake.

The company head's response video is criticized for being poorly executed and lacking substance.

The head of the company accuses critics of being trolls and bots, claiming a cyber attack.

No evidence is provided to prove the company is not a scam, and the head's arguments are deemed weak.

The response video is seen as an attempt to deflect blame and avoid accountability.

The company head's emotional response and lack of a clear defense are highlighted as embarrassing.

The video claims that the spikes in chat during the live stream were due to bots, but this is disputed.

The company head's narrative is challenged, with critics arguing that the scam realization came from the audience's own observations.

The company's claims of being transparent and not scamming people are met with skepticism.

The head's emotional appeal to the audience is seen as a tactic to gain sympathy rather than addressing the issue.

The video's argument that the company wouldn't still be operational if it were a scam is criticized as a weak defense.

The company's past promises of high returns are highlighted as red flags for potential scams.

The company's game is criticized for looking like an asset flip, suggesting lack of originality and effort.

The company's founder's tokens being locked for a year is presented as a sign of confidence, but this is disputed.

The video ends with a call for the crypto community to be more discerning and not blindly trust claims.

Transcripts

00:00

YouTuber apology videos are always

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highly entertaining but I've got

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something especially wacky for you today

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it's not an apology this is a YouTube

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response video from the head of a crypto

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company that recently found itself in

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some hot water after the I show speed

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stream from earlier this week for those

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that don't know I show speed is a huge

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YouTuber who did an entire stream

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earlier this week dedicated to Shilling

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for a very shady crypto company called

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Paradox metaverse since then speed has

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apologized called it a big mistake and

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wants to move on and learn from the

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experience and I'm not here to tell you

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how how to feel about all of that that's

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up to you I'm not speeds PR manager or

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anything and I'm not really here to talk

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about speed I'm here to talk about that

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company because the head of it made a

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response to all of this and he just

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pooped out the shittiest [ __ ] I've ever

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seen in my life it is terrible this

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grown ass man sat down to whine and cry

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about all of the people calling it a

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scam just being trolls and Bots he blame

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the entire thing on like a cyber

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terrorist attack from Bots trying to

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bring down his company or if they

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weren't Bots they were trolls that were

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influenced by the Bots calling it l scam

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and then he provides no evidence to

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prove that it's not a scam and instead

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just says if we were a scam why are we

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still here we wouldn't be here if it was

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still a scam if this was a rug pull why

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hasn't it been rugged yet he then issues

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a Galaxy brain challenge to everyone to

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find a part in that stream where he said

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it was a scam where he admitted it was a

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scam and since you can't find a spot

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where he said it was all a scam then it

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can't be a scam obviously Checkmate I'm

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not even kidding this this is actually

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points that he's making in his [ __ ]

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response video it is so embarrassing

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where's their response video though I

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don't see that anywhere on here that

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also be a really bad idea for them to

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post that publicly

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43 minutes into the video we had an

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average 40 000 viewers that's your speed

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because we had around five to ten

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thousand comments we had two huge spikes

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the first one being when we introduced

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fake Ronaldo into the stream three

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minutes what does it have to do with

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anything he's going to make the claim

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that these two spikes [ __ ] where'd they

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go

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he's gonna make the claim that these two

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spikes were when Bots came in to say l

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scam but what he fails to realize is the

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reason there's these spikes is because

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more people decided to Type L scam when

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they realized how Shady shitty and dog

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[ __ ] this whole thing was it's not butts

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these these clowns have been very vocal

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about it being Bots that were saying

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scam nobody else everyone else loved it

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like the actual people with a pulse they

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loved it everyone's saying that it was a

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scam is a bot they can't wrap their head

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around no people just realized it was a

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[ __ ] scam

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we had two so that's why he's showing

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them because he's going to make that

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claim just as much of a fan of Isha

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speed no comments suggesting that we are

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a scam it was just W's in the chat all

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the way around what happened next that's

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just because of speed again the reason

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they're W's in the chat is because it

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was a speed stream

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and everyone spams W's in the chat for

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Speed but the more that you win on about

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Paradox metaverse the more obvious it

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became that this is all just chilling

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for a dog [ __ ] crypto scam so then

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people started saying L scam you started

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making calls to action for Paradox

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metaverse to go follow the Twitter

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account the playing the game so it made

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people more aware of it and then

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starting to type more for it

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course all by surprise this is when the

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first Cyber attack happens it's not a

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[ __ ] Cyber attack holy [ __ ] this

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guy's talking like Jack Bauer at CTU

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after the four minute attack all the

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comments went down as you can see here

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guys this is very unusual he's scared to

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see that he was spotted you know what

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else would cause a spike like this let's

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say speed went on stream everything's

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normal like this and then he he [ __ ]

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beat a man to death in Cold Blood there

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would be this huge Spike then too and it

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wouldn't be Bots it would people say

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holy [ __ ] what the [ __ ] L speed murder

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like it'd have a spike then too the

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reason this Spike happened is because

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you had more egregious calls to action

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like following the Twitter so people

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started putting out that it is a [ __ ]

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scam and this is Shady

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it's clear to see that he was botted no

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Christ anybody that was watching that

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live stream they started falling for it

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they started thinking okay somebody

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knows something we don't so started

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pushing out the narrative this is so

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embarrassing even as like a paradox

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buyer like the community for Paradox

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meta you have to see this and you have

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to be having your red flags go off

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like this has to trigger your own red

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flags to see that your CEO is so weak

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and so insecure that he's writing these

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things off as a bots in pure delusion

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and cope

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calling it an attack

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like in the crypto space you have to be

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smarter than that like you would know

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the bare minimum about how [ __ ] Works

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what he should have done is just say the

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the speed audience wasn't ready for it

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they didn't see the vision so they all

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thought it was a scam and you know what

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we missed the mark now they all think

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we're a scam but we're not but he's not

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doing that instead he's placating he's

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putting this on some invisible enemy

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that doesn't exist it's not Bots now he

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just looks really weak to even his own

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Community he looks so insecure

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actually decided you know what this is

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actually funny let's troll the person we

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look up to the most that we tune into

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every single day uh The Guilt Trip

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entertains us from a classic anything in

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return guys please listen very carefully

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it's very important

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[Music]

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billion dollars and saying why why

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should Steve coming to stay in scamply

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40 billion dollars we spent 10 million

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dollars on this project and every single

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person in the comments is made accounts

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because we are getting bossy

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[Music]

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guys what you have just heard is the

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aftermath of being completely botted

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Scouts

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10 million of my hard-earned money that

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worked so hard for like what is it even

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supposed to prove

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you still believing it's Bots refusing

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to accept the reality of things that

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people see through this garbage like

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this doesn't prove anything on your

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innocence

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it doesn't all this proves and if you

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played it longer is that you ask speed

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to shut it down he you asked if he could

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disable the chat so you're taking away

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the people's voice

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which makes you look bad and goes

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against your [ __ ] stances on things

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like if you played it further like it

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doesn't prove anything anyway even if

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you take out that part it is not

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evidence it's nothing it's literally

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nothing

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into this project into this business

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and the fact that I'm going to lose it

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all because everybody is leaving a scam

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yeah well at least you still have your

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stupid [ __ ] University like you have

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plenty of other scams that you can

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hustle on too man like you don't need

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your sob story 10 million to you is

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nothing you made a whole video with

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money kicks showing off your rented car

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collection like you have plenty of money

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like you're you've got a ton of other

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Ventures that I'm sure you can pull from

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no point Did anyone say we are going to

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scam anyone anyone with half a brain

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cell can see this with their with their

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own eyes

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yeah anyone with half a brain cell can

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see that just by looking at our product

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real quick and seeing all seven of our

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companies that promise things like 500 a

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day and 10 to 100 x returns oh and also

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the same guy who can't follow through on

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his bet where you bet that the Paradox

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meta will open to at least like 20 or 30

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and if it doesn't you're changing your

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name to coffeezilla it opened to nine

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cents and you didn't change your name to

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coffeezilla but here let's take a peek

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at the game that you were so proud of

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man that really does look like something

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that is the future and has a lot of work

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put into it using so many assets so many

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[ __ ] standard packages in the the

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what is this the unreal store I can't

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remember

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yeah wow this really does look like a

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lot going on here

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something that could absolutely be

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thrown together in a matter of minutes

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and a game that I'm sure we've probably

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played before on Steam indeed new

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release night when we go through shitty

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games

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they're called asset flips

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there's nothing here that screams whole

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team passion project we're in it for the

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long haul with this project

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and what was the label I show speed

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promotes crypto Sky yep guys he did

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listen to the audio itself go over it

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again and again mention to us once when

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we said we are going to scam people

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that's such a non-point

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we never said it on that stream so it

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can't be true prove that we said it's

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going to be a scam do it [ __ ] where did

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I say it's a scam anywhere during that

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stream

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is the person you want to label a scam

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or is it that you just want to associate

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Aisha speed with a scam

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this is cancel culture at its finest oh

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hitting all the buzzwords all the Boos

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the cancel culture don't launch a shitty

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Shady crypto it's that simple

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you're crypto your Paradox meta has like

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seven components all of which make no

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[ __ ] sense and are literally just

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actual dog [ __ ]

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he was not getting done everything that

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was getting done in front of your eyes

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no one had an issue with up until we got

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spammed that's actually not true the

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Smashing like you're already wrong the

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Smashing in the PlayStation 5's gotten a

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huge influx of L speeds

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Chad immediately turned against him with

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the Smashing of the PlayStation fives so

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I mean you're just not even right there

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either

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it wasn't just L scam it was L speed for

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smashing PlayStation fives

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there was no evidence it was no

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substance if we was a scam why would we

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still be here if these research

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non-points if we were a scam we'd be in

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jail right now we wouldn't even be

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allowed here right now if we were a scam

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how is this Fair here's a video we're

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gonna play the video this video is it

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mine every single day inch in tears

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every single day but he still manages to

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continue with his live stream

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just to please his fans and you guys

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took it upon your sauce it's funny to

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just troll people you guys don't

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understand the the stuff that comes

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after this trolley on camera everyone

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has to smile nobody can show other

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people their fears off camera could you

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imagine what he's going through because

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we do we know exactly what's going on

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you're not his [ __ ] friend he already

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threw you to the Wolves why are you

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still sucking his dick

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speed like like straight up said yeah

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this was a mistake

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like he at the very least has moved on

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and said yep that was bad yeah that was

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bad and yet here you are like oh we are

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there we are holding him in our laps as

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he is crying profusely uncontrollably

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because of what you guys have done to

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him

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he is not ready for what the world is

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accusing him of and he doesn't know how

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to respond so I'm taking it upon myself

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to respond on his behalf

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oh this is so sad now

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you staked the rug pull on a 17 year

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old's audience it didn't pan out he has

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now wiped his ass with your whole

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company and you are still here begging

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for that audience to accept you by

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pretending like things are like close

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between you two

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yikes that's embarrassing Jesus Christ

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man have some shame

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please stop this site

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takes very little to just be noise

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rather than just

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calling out a scam isn't just needless

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cancel culture hate

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that's just not what it is

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this is so sad this is so [ __ ] sad

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this is a grown man this is a very very

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wealthy grown man

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you can see us as Founders we do not

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even have access to our own tokens I can

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I literally don't think there's enough

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numbers that exist to show how many

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claims have been made exactly like that

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only for them to get rugged everyone

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that bought in that is the number one

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claim that every crypto makes no

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Founders are fully out there very

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transparent they don't they don't even

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hold any and they couldn't even get in

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there if they wanted to in fact we have

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protocols in place to prevent that from

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happening and then bang rug pull

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every single time like clockwork

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literally every single time

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I'm still my favorite to this day there

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was a Twitter account called war on rugs

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which is a Twitter account dedicated to

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showcasing and warning people of rug

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pulls in the crypto space and then

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eventually they rugged their own

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community so they had their own coin as

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well and eventually war on rugs are like

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yep we're taking so they made off with

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millions and they made a post saying you

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guys should stop blindly trusting people

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like this

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and still still people buying the [ __ ]

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like that

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it's crazy that is a nothing claim

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everything he has said so far is

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actually nothing he's provided no

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evidence to prove that it's not a scam

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he has provided nothing other than

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trying to guilt people and saying that

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it's all just bad faith trolling I will

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make sure we'll see you guys on the moon

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nice that's so huge that was awful holy

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[ __ ]

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that was a big one

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what a master class and how to say

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absolutely nothing

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then part two might clear up everything

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even burning their Founders tokens they

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can't even cash out for a whole year

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that shows passion and confidence in the

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project being ten thousand a hundred

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thousand percent legit

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oh [ __ ] me

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I hope that's a bot I hope that's not a

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real person yikes oh [ __ ] yikes

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comments aren't really on his side

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either

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I really do wonder what the Paradox

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Community thinks of a move like this but

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I I'm not going into their Discord to

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find out

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usually it's just a lot of people

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convincing themselves of absolute

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nonsense in order to believe that they

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can make money off of it and then when

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it doesn't happen they just pretend like

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they just got fooled by someone who was

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just too smart even though the writing

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was on the wall right in front of their

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face the entire time

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everything he said is things thousands

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of scams in the space have said before

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him

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he just copied their playbook