YouTuber, ancap, skeptic, cybersecurity nerd. I have the annoying habit of speaking the truth as I see it.
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The once-funny-but-now-sad Cracked tries to make a satire of Walmart and Target. Lord Killian points out that it's just spoiled brats doing a really sad job of poisoning the well.
Answering questions asked by $5 supporters in the month of January.
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Rucka Reacts makes idiotic statements on gun control. Lord Killian sets his beer down.
Rucka Reacts to Lord Killian's debunking of his misinformation about Israel and Palestine. And Lord Killian just found it way too easy.
Robert Nielsen actually complains about the choices a free market gives to people! He says that no one has time to research all of this, while ignoring the fact that regulation would require the same effort from the people if not more, and all it can do is reduce choice.
The Virginia governor spread deliberate lies leading up to Monday's protests of his illegal gun control agenda. Lord Killian is wondering who in their right mind will take him seriously after this!
Answering questions from $5 supporters in the month of December.
Another quiz thingy! Will it be great, or will it be more poorly-worded questions?
Nick Hanauer and Eric Liu say that libertarians are the mirror image of communists. Say WHAT???
The trendy thing to do lately is to hate on VPNs and claim that they're useless, insecure, etc. As this prominent example shows, it's based on strawman arguments and complaints that VPNs don't secure things they were never designed to secure.
Answering questions asked by $5+ supporters in the month of November.
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Andrew Smith, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, gave a press conference about the changes YouTube has made in response to the FTC's COPPA action against them. Lord Killian shows that, despite the claims of apologists who are blaming YouTube, this is 100% the result of the FTC's orders.
The story every American schoolchild knows is a fairy tale. The real story is much more interesting, and has important lessons to teach for everyone.
Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson recently participated in a debate on ITV and were asked a question by a physician about the NHS. Lord Killian points out how the physician's real concerns were ignored, and both politicians instead just gave platitudes and promises to throw more money at it.
Shane demonstrates creating a SQRL identity using Steve Gibson's Windows client.
(You can also go straight to 9:00 and watch me screw things up.)
Sam Seder, in his typical slow-brained way, tries to advocate Elizabeth Warren's plan for breaking up Amazon. Lord Killian points out that there just might be something else going on.