Saturday Night Show Episode 6

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Broadcast Number: 6

Broadcast Date: Saturday April 8th, 2017

Description: YouTube continues to reestablish their content guidelines; channels with less than 1000 views won't get ads. Is KimDotCom's Bitcache (MegaUpload 2) the answer to content creators rejected from YouTube -like services? Can trolling sites like Yelp now cost you serious money in law suits (bad Yelp review cost a man $34.5)? Your calls, Twitter/Gab shoutouts and an hour of Radio Graffiti!

Twitter: @PoliticsGhost @PoliticsGhost

Links: BlogTalkRadio, The Internet Archive, Download


Ghost mainly focused on his ever growing disdain for YouTube and his pleasure in the fact that several prominent YouTubers are complaining that their monetization will be cut.

Following the April Fool's prank by Ghost on Episode 5, this episode contained a reasonable portion of Radio Graffiti, with Ghost formally announcing plans to sell "Mah Keedz" merch, confirming if 20 or so autographs were sold, he'd extend The Saturday Night Troll show to 3 hours with a majority of that time dedicated to Radio Graffiti.

During Radio Graffiti, a number of splices centered around RaidenSnake were played, including 8Equal playing various splices based on a few anti-Raiden shoutout names in one call, and Twilie Atkins with a splice of Ghost calling in to Raiden fapping to hentai and playing video games. RationalRyan played a splice of a cyborg Alex Jones avenging his own death. A four-minute long Power Rangers parody featuring Eeyore, Twilie Atkins, the African Booty Scratcher, and someone impersonating Germit fighting the Arabian Prince was played. A few Cleveland calls were present, with Cleveland singing different songs much to everyone's annoyance. The Big Smoke troll also returned as well. Finally, Tub Guy called in saying that he and the Arabian Prince bought a couple hijabs in pink and rainbow.


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