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He is the type of guy who yells "wolf" too much.



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NATO said:
Delta have already made a statement that after interviewing staff and other passengers they found that the guy had been shouting and making a scene prior to being kicked off.

Given his track record I am going to chalk this one up to pulling a Joey salads, using accusations of racism to boost his publicity.

What a twat.

Shouting and making a scene in what way? He seems like one of those guys who's obnoxiously loud when he talks to people  he's with. So if he's joking and talking with the people he's with and that's what they consider shouting and making a scene then I don't agree with Delta. Frankly the statement is very broad and lacks any detail. If I had to guess Delta purposely did that because they probably don't have anything reasonable. Think about it if the guy really did something they would flat out say it not release some statement that could mean just about anything.



At the moment Muslims can't be trusted so if people feel safer with him kicked off the plane then it's the right thing to do. Look at what just happened this week in Germany and it's happening all over the world on a common basis and it's pretty much always Muslims involved if you look at Wikipedia.

 

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weaveworld said:
One would think people with bad intentions do not try to raise suspiscion beforehand...

That being said, the way he reacts isn't really helping his case. All for the views baby!

When people hear that the PewDiePies of the internet become millionaires they really don't care about their own dignity for that possible paycheque of youtube dollars, most of the views this person will generate over this though will be in reaction videos on there of people calling him an idiot. Like it will be a lot of views, but not for his "I intentionally got thrown off a plane" video.



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This imbecile do this for a living and to know people are putting this on the news? wtf do some research...

I hate this "social experiment" and "its just a prank " morons of youtube, most of them use paid actors and then call racism like one video he made.

This imbecile should get youtube account deleted and should never be allowed to travel by plane, maibe this way he would learn something.

He is part of the problem, does more harm than good. Anything to get them clicks and viewers this pathetic fuck.



 

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Lawlight said:
Alby_da_Wolf said:

Investigating for serious reasons is different from doing it because ignorant paranoids report anything they don't understand, like a bearded scientist writing formulas, in the latter case the really disruptive ones are the ignorant paranoids, and despite that prankster being quite an idiot on average, this time the prank just wasn't so stupid and actually pointed out this ignorant and paranoid attitude.

Go ahead and scream "bomb" on a plane or at an airport. Harmless, right? I mean, come on, sometimes you need to use common sense.

But he didn't. The reaction didn't happen directly to an explicit threat, but through personal and biased interpretation of his words, that by themselves nowhere implied a bomb unless stretching them a lot. The thought processes that took to consider him a possible terrorist aren't much more unrefined and wrong than those that took a dumb person to report the bearded scientist and dumb security people to believe that crap.



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hershel_layton said:
Ka-pi96 said:

Well that wasn`t even about what was in the OP. It was about people trying to negatively surprise people with pranks. Like if somebody were to jump out at you or something.

Besides, based on the person in the OP and what he does as `jokes` I would not be surprised at all if he shouted out things like `bomb` or something like that an airport and I think it would be totally ok if the police or whatever they have at airports shot him for that. If you don`t want to be treated like a threat then don`t act like one, simple really.

I've said several fucking times that I disagree with those types of 'pranks'. But no, I guess I'm just an attention whore who enjoys running around being an asshole to others.

That wasn`t aimed at you or anything. By person in the OP I meant the guy that got kicked off the plane and those kind of dodgy `pranks` rather than you.



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Alby_da_Wolf said:
Lawlight said:

Go ahead and scream "bomb" on a plane or at an airport. Harmless, right? I mean, come on, sometimes you need to use common sense.

But he didn't. The reaction didn't happen directly to an explicit threat, but through personal and biased interpretation of his words, that by themselves nowhere implied a bomb unless stretching them a lot. The thought processes that took to consider him a possible terrorist aren't much more unrefined and wrong than those that took a dumb person to report the bearded scientist and dumb security people to believe that crap.

You don't know how he behaved at the plane, before they told him to go. Or have you seen the full video somewhere??

Why are you defending this guy?!?



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Slimebeast said:
Alby_da_Wolf said:

But he didn't. The reaction didn't happen directly to an explicit threat, but through personal and biased interpretation of his words, that by themselves nowhere implied a bomb unless stretching them a lot. The thought processes that took to consider him a possible terrorist aren't much more unrefined and wrong than those that took a dumb person to report the bearded scientist and dumb security people to believe that crap.

You don't know how he behaved at the plane, before they told him to go. Or have you seen the full video somewhere??

Why are you defending this guy?!?

Because if he really behaved so wrong to be considered a possible terrorist with high likelyhood and/or to spread panic even amongst unbiased passengers, they'd have taken him into custody, not just kicked him out. If he just behaved so rudely to become a nuisance for the others, but not up to deserve to be arrested or at least taken into custody, then kicking him out was the right punishment, but we still have nothing that prove this. Sure we still have partial evidence for his claims, but they're still more than evidences against him, and no, past behaviour isn't an evidence for this case, and even if it were proven that he behaved just the same, if he weren't kicked out before this could even be another evidence for people having overreacted this time.
Was he fishing for a bad reaction? Maybe, but he'd have found anyway some people that overreact to harmless behaviour.



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