Thursday, June 22, 2017


Why is it that every time I go to a website to read an article, there's always a video that plays automatically? More often than not, that video has nothing to do with the article in question. This isn't a convenience. It's a waste of time to have to scroll on a video and tell it to stop. This is especially trying when a page has multiple videos and they all play at the same time.

Or even worse; the video will still play and appear in the corner. Yeah, because if I don't want to watch the video in a big format, SURELY I'll want to watch the same thing in a much smaller screen tucked away in the corner.

Here's some free advice to websites with video supplements to their articles; don't set your videos on autoplay. If I want to watch your shitty videos, I'll click on them myself and watch them. If I want to read the articles, then I don't want some idiot blasting into my ears unless it's something I'm playing on my own volition.

Goddamn, kid. I need a stiff drink.

Or fifty.

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