My Rampage on 2 Users With NO audio in Videos

Okay, so there’s 2 YouTube users that I need to talk about. The first is Paul Broadbent. He had 1 subscriber entitled to his channel, and he is from the UK as far as I know, since he did mention that in one of his video descriptions. He had uploaded 3 videos 8 months prior to the day he uploaded at least 5 more videos with no audio in them. I gave him a piece of my mind by making a comment like this….”There’s no audio in here, so I disliked this video”. I actually ended up giving him more than just give 1 dislike…lets make that 30 dislikes. I simply logged into into many YouTube accounts and gave it a dislike. I then decided to do the same thing on all of his other videos. Once that was all set and done, he had at least 100 dislikes on all of his videos! That took at least an hour to do, just so that you know! I did notice a video entitled “Fox in an urban garden using infra red wildlife cameras”, which also had no audio. I have a feeling that camera doesn’t have a mic on it, and the other videos might be that way too.  I didn’t really have to go that far to give him 100 dislikes, seriously! He ended closing his account before I woke up the next day.

Simon Summers is the 2nd user I will talk about. He is also from the UK and he had at least 16 videos with no audio in them! Yep, almost every video he posted had no audio, with the exception of the first two videos. The first video with audio was making a crackling sound. I suppose that is the reason why he removed the audio. However, the 2nd video sounded perfect. I could hear bird chirping in it. I was so angry about that, I decided to log into multiple YouTube accounts and start posting dislikes on them. All these YouTube accounts had fake names so that Simon would think that lots of people were watching them. I started on a video called “sparrowhawk”. Then I proceeded through the rest of the videos. I didn’t post quite as many dislikes on each video compared to Paul’s videos. I disliked each video between 10 and 15 times. That took long enough for me to do. I used multiple computers with VPN’s. Yes, I actually purchased a software to hide my IP address so that YouTube wouldn’t see through my deviant ways. I even disliked the first two videos that did have audio in them. I just hated this guy THAT much! I went ahead and made a similar comment to what I said to Paul. However, he actually deleted my comment once he read it. So, minutes later after deleting that, I logged into an account the 2nd time and posted the same thing. Then I just SNAPPED! I then posted some comments so extreme that even YOU would close your YouTube account also if you read them. Well, one of them said this, “This video doesn’t belong on YouTube”. Then the very last comment I posted was “Close your YouTube account”. And guess what happened? He did! After being on YouTube for 5 years, it all comes to an end with that comment. This is what appeared when if you typed in the video URL,

Video unavailable

Not like it matters, because this guy had 0 subscribers anyways. However, I did go overboard on Simon. I could have just disliked the video one time and that would be the end of it, but NO! I had to keep going. The comment is what did it.

Unfortuntely, I could not download Simon’s video on time to share it on here. I was literally seconds away from downloading it and it right when Simon closed his account. I did manage to download Paul’s YouTube video of a Sparrowhawk feasting on a pigeon. I actually re-edited the video so that it has music in it, that way I don’t fucking LOSE MY INSANITY! So, here you go, I added a song into the video, called “Treat You Better” by Rufus Du Sol. This song was played on Spin Radio 1071 via their 99.9 HD2 signal with my Visteon HD radio. I really could have treated this guy better. I could have simply asked Paul why he removed the audio from his videos, then he would gladly tell me. If I had gotten a response, then I wouldn’t have gotten as upset as I did. I would simply reply to his comment saying “Thank you” and instead of giving the video dislikes or even 1 dislike, I would give it a “like” instead. Then I would go on my merry way. But I can’t change the past, so I have to live with my mistakes. So, here’s the video, I hope you enjoy it. In addition to adding the music, I also cut out the first and last 4 seconds of the video because there was just a blank screen. He edited this video quite professionally but it boggles my mind why Paul couldn’t just add music in the video. That is all he had to do. Then the video would be perfect! Let me also add that the video quality is one of the best I’ve ever seen! Holy crap the detail of that tasty pigeon the sparrowhawk is eating is so amazing! I could just eat it right now! Seriously! Yes I am that serious! I am going to consider reuploading this video on one of my many YouTube accounts.

Paul and Simon, I do want to say I am soooooo sorry for disliking your videos so many times, and I am ESPECIALLY sorry for the hateful comments that I posted. Please forgive me. I just totally lost my mind, which is typical because I do have autism. I will always remember this event forever and ever! It will continue to haunt me.

I’m NOT going into Falconry anymore

This must be said, I’m sick of dealing with the truth and the reality of what I have to put up with! There is a comment that I made on a falconry related video stating that I didn’t want to hood my birds. That was my opinion, and it is justified. However, the hooding is a requirement in order to trap the birds. It calms them down so that they don’t attack the falconer with their sharp talons. Even though I would be wearing a glove while handling them, mistakes can happen. They could clinch into your wrist instead of your hand. The biggest problem is that I want to treat my hawk as a person than a hawk. I don’t want to take away their eyesight. That is just as important as their ability of flight. If I told my sponsor that, there’s no way he’ll let me continue on. Therefore, I will be owning a raven as a pet instead. The great thing about ravens is you can free flight them and they listen to you. In fact, they can respond to you even without having food present, and they can show the same love and compassion back to the owner. So, my decision is final. A raven will be the pet that I want to get, and no-one’s going to make me change that decision.

I have a Red Tailed hawk plush doll that I always have near my laptop. I eat and sleep with it as well. Those are the same things that I’d do with my pet raven, which I also what I would have done with my falconry bird, always keeping it near me at all times and giving it the respect it truly deserves. Here’s a awesome video made by me. It is a crow (which is in the corvid family just like ravens) making an intelligent decision that it shouldn’t be eating sweets. Here you go.


One of My Pet Peeves

Okay, something just LITERALLY came up, so it needs to be said. I remember mentioning “don’t you hate it when…” fill in the blank please! Okay, I’ll fill in, NOT HAVING AUDIO IN YOUR VIDEOS! It is one of my pet peeves and I absolutely HATE that! I say that loud and clear so that EVERYONE knows about this! Here’s the thing, you got editing software right? You have music right? If you don’t, look for some royalty free music. Just do a Google search for me please. The user that posted that audio-less video really pissed me off and ruined it for everyone, so here’s what I did as punishment. I unsubscribed from her and placed dislikes from 11 of my accounts. I know I probably went too far, but trust me, she deserved it. I will not reveal the user’s name, however, I need to let everyone know that if you find her channel, just know that ALL her videos are complete garbage! If you want to make a quality product, please don’t do things half ass. And if there’s something interesting you’re talking about, even if its not concerning raptors, I still want to hear it. Well, you can call me nosy, you can call me an instigator, hell, you can call me a stalker, it don’t matter! Tell me WHY you would make a silent video when there’s LITERALLY hundreds of videos on YouTube that have SOME sort of audio, whether its talking or music? I’ve heard many narrations in videos too, and they are all great to hear. Here is a perfect example of someone who does awesome narrations of what’s being presented in the videos. His username is Sheeprugly, I’ll never have a reason to unsubscribe from that channel, and why is that? Its because he does his narrations right on point, and he doesn’t pause or take breaks between sentences. This guy has almost 900 subscribers and his narrations are actually the reason why a lot of people watch his videos. The other user with the audio-less video has only 197 subscribers after I unsubscribed.  So, what IS the lesson here, well the lesson is to NOT do things half-ass, OKAY? Do it perfectly or don’t do it at all! That’s my 2 cents. Okay, as always, I gotta share something. Here’s a video from Sheeprugly with a awesome narration, and actually, its the same type of raptor as the audio-less video. Please watch and learn. Maybe this OTHER user that will forever be nameless could learn something from him.

Anonymous User At It Again

Don’t you always hate it when someone tries to always correct your own mistakes! Well, there’s an anonymous user who is doing just that, and I am about on my last thread with him. I was watching a hawk video last night, just like I always do every night, but then goes out and corrects me saying that its an adult hawk. Also, the anonymous user also corrected the owner, who had the ID of the hawk incorrectly specified in the title and description of the video. This guy is like the “Mr Know it All”, he’s so stuck up and wants to brag on his expert skills that it’s making me look like shit compared to him! Excuse my language but it MUST be said! Obviously, I didn’t watch over 5,000 videos on hawks just for the hell of it. I watched all these videos to learn about hawks, and one day live my life just like a hawk and eat live prey just like them! Yep, I’m being 100% true on that! I do get entertainment value out of watching them, but I also like observing them in their natural habitat and expanding my VERY little knowledge on them apparently. I’ve been watching hawk videos on YouTube for almost 2 years now, but now that I’m being corrected by someone who’s obviously smarter and better at everything than I am, its as if I’ve never watched any hawk videos at all. That’s how empty inside that I feel right now. I do have a case of autism, so little problems can turn into big problems really quick. Also, I can get agitated very easily because of the fact that I HATE criticism! I NOW know what the former admin of felt like when he was picked upon by dozens of users there! Well, screw this, I should run my own video sharing site, then I just ban people if they piss me off. Yeah, too bad that’ll never happened. I already gave up on creating my own traffic exchange website, which is an advertisement platform I used to create views on another person’s website. It got me nowhere, and I lost at least $7,000 promoting it! So yeah, creating some stupid, shitty website that’s never going to be as popular and well known than even VidLii is just simply POINTLESS! I won’t ever be mentioning the anonymous user’s name. I did in fact post a whole bunch of dislikes on the video that he corrected me on using multiple accounts, just to show everyone how much I TRULY hate him. He was correct on the ID, it is only me that is a complete failure and a loser! So, there you go! I should just change into a Red Tailed hawk and then my identity will be completely changed. At least by doing that I won’t be able to remember what those failures I made were, since I’ll have a much tinier bird brain. Okay, I better hurry and finish typing this out before my brain starts shrinking when I change into a Red Tailed hawk!

Here’s a picture that I screen-captured from one of @Pacificnorthwestkate‘s videos. This is a Red Tailed hawk looking down cutely, and staring directly at the photographer (Kate). You know what? I could be just like this hawk, just looking down and staring at my own problems! What a shame!

Red Tailed hawk closeup

Want some more? Here’s a quick 44 second video of a Red Tailed hawk on a fence right when its about to fly away with a delicious pigeon in its talons! Ohhhh I’d so feast on that pigeon if it accidentally dropped it!



Further Obsessions Over Red Tailed Hawks

I admit it, I’m completely obsessed with Red Tailed hawks! Whenever I watch a video of this hawk, I just enjoy its magnificent beauty! Of course, there’s also the things that these hawks do that impress me as well. I love watching them eat whenever they catch their prey. Within the past month, there is one thing that’s on my mind, eating with them! I have watched so many Red Tailed hawks and other hawks eating their prey, I want to eat live prey myself! Now, just to clarify, I am not looking to hunt and catch prey to eat, I am simply trying to find a hawk that’s already eating prey, and maybe the hawk is willing to share its meal with me. Who am I kidding? That would never happen. A hawk will protect its meal no-matter who or what is coming near it. I should just forget all about it. The only problem is, I CAN’T forget all about it! This is something that I constantly think about at work. Every minute or every hour of the day is a constant whirlpool of me imagining myself kneeling down on the grass and taking that first bite of prey that a hawk has captured. Now, here’s the reason why I constantly think about doing this. Hawks live to hunt and survive on live prey. In the ancient sport of falconry, hawks has served their handlers to hunt for them in exchange of a trade-off of a smaller meal in order to keep them healthy so that they hunt more often. The handler is only a provider of food to the hawk. Nothing else! Therefore, once the hawk gets full, there is no reason for the hawk to return to you. There are two things that could happen, it could stay there at the meal site and act lazy and just stare at you. Or it could fly over to the nearest tree. It’ll most likely stay there for a few hours until its crop empties out enough that its hungry enough to eat again. There is also the possibility, it may continue to fly off until it so far away that there is no chance of ever finding it again. So, as a rule of thumb, a falconer always keeps the hawk hungry. That way the falconer doesn’t have to resort to waiting until the hawk wants to come back. One good question to ask is “Does the hawk actually avoid the falconer after its full”? The answer is probably “no”, but this is something else I obsess over. There shouldn’t any reason for a hawk to avoid the falconer just because it doesn’t want to eat. The falconer isn’t going to force the hawk to eat, although I might! You’ll never know! I am interested in feeding hawks, but the trade-off is something I don’t like. I would rather just allow a hawk to eat as much as he/she desires. I will cover its wings with my arms if I have to. However, I will NOT use a tether to chain the hawk up to its meal! I’m calling it “chained up” not tethering, sorry falconers! I’m not going to control this hawk in any way. I want to be a friend to a hawk, not a handler! I know that it is simply not possible to change the fact that a hawk only thinks of the falconer as a provider of food, especially since the hawk is only going to be him/her until Spring arrives. However, maybe there is a slight chance if my hawk gets overfilled, it may return to me just because I am there to provide comfort and shelter for the hawk. You probably wouldn’t think a hawk would care about something like that, but you’ll never know. However, I’ll be prepared for the unexpected. With the rapid change of technology, we have allowed to track the hawk using GPS trackers and an app on your phone can show exactly where the hawk is. I’ll locate my hawk somehow and I’ll be ready for it when I become a falconer. Oh, and don’t forget about the live prey feeding obsession too! Yep, I’ll be doing that too. I only desire hawk’s meal for two reasons, to share something in common with a hawk and to slowly but surely change into the Red Tailed hawk I want to become. Yep, this is just like when Tobias changes into a Red Tailed hawk in Animorphs, but this is a slow change that’ll occur over time. I’ll post the v-log on this once I get it done. Also I do own a Red Tailed hawk plush doll named Ferocious which I sleep, eat and shower with every night. Whenever I eat, I simply place a toy rat next to my dish and Ferocious eats it in front of my dish.

Now as far as the prey-eating thing goes, I do actually plan on recording such a hawk eating its prey. However, hawks do not eat every day like we do. If they catch a small animal like a rat, they may have to eat 4 rats a day to keep its hunger satisfied. However, it they catch a squirrel, they won’t have to hunt for anything else for several days. Therefore, I’ll have to be at the right place at the right time.  Then, I will then have to figure out how to get close to the hawk’s prey without the hawk considering me a threat. Needless to say, this would be a pretty darn unfeasible feat! I’m sure that I won’t even be able to get 50 feet from a hawk eating its prey. Heck, I couldn’t even get 200 feet from a Red Tailed hawk just standing on a telephone pole without it flying away from me! Its safe to say that I’ll be postponing this prey-eating activity until an indefinite time! Okay, that’s it! I know this blog post was a bit awkward, but I simply post whatever is on my mind, so that’s why I posted it. I know I’ve never eaten raw meat before, so this would be a first, that’s for sure. Its the perfect way to try it. I’ll be taking precautions before doing so, such as avoiding the outside skin since I’m sure the skin of the hawk’s prey is infested with bacteria. Other than that, it should be a smooth ride for the rest of the prey.

Here’s a video of a Red Tailed hawk eating a rabbit, and the person who recorded it seemed to want to get in on the action too. Good for him, although I know he’s joking, unlike me, wahahahaha! What an inspiration!



Should Falconry be Considered Controversial?

Here’s a question that’s been bothering me. Is falconry a sport that could be considered “controversial” as far as what happens after these birds are released back into the wild? Just so that you know falconry is a legal sport, which is regulated by the government. People obtain what’s called a falconry license, as well as a hunting license in the state. Then, they trap a hawk, falcon or eagle, and they establish a relationship with this bird as their hunting partner. The people take their birds to locations where prey is abundant, then they catch their prey then afterwards they do what’s called a “trade-off”. A trade-off is where the falconer trades the bird’s prey for a smaller chunk of meat, that way the birds don’t get too full and are still willing to hunt. By encouraging these birds of prey to hunt, they can live better and more prosperous lives in the wild. These birds are always wild no matter what, even though they are considered “falconry birds” while these falconers are hunting with them. The problem is, the nameless user who called me an “asshole” told me that its not okay to feed wild hawks. So, then that should make falconry illegal then, right? In order for a falconer to train a bird of prey to hunt, that bird must fly onto the glove so that it can trust the falconer as a provider of food. The falconer will provide small prey such as mice for a couple weeks before the hunt so that the bird will catch prey and return to the owner afterwards. This is what’s called “clicker training”, where the owner makes “clicking” sounds for the hawk and it comes to the glove on command. Sometimes, the owner will provide food on the glove. Sometimes, there won’t be food on the glove because the hawk has to work harder to earn it. Then after a few months of hunting with the hawk, the falconer may decide to release that hawk back into the wild. So HERE’S my problem, now that these hawks have been with the falconers for so long, they have conditioned themselves to show no fear of humans. I have read articles online about hawks attacking small pets such as dogs and parrots if these pets are being carried on their hands. The problem is that hawks are predators, just like lions and tigers, so now that the hawks no longer fear people, they can do more damage. One woman had to be rushed to the hospital after a hawk swooped down and grabbed her parrot on her hand. The woman suffered injuries from the hawk’s sharp talons. This kind of stuff happens all the time with falconry birds after they are released back into the wild. So I’m now having a problem accepting the fact that hawks become a nuisance after they are trained in falconry. The whole point in me pursuing falconry is to get them to not fear humans and increase their population in the wild, but because of these articles I’m reading, I’m convinced that I shouldn’t be a falconer after all. I guess the 80% of these hawks that don’t survive the winter deserve to die. If a person uses a hawk in falconry, they can increase their chances of survival because they’ll be able to hunt more effectively. If they have lots of offspring, like 5 in a nest, all 5 of them will survive because the parent hawk was once a falconry bird and can hunt with almost 100% accuracy because it hunted so much that its a pro at doing it. If 5 hawk chicks were to survive instead of just 1, and then the next year the 5 hawks made 5 offspring, then that’s 25 hawks that are living in the wild instead of just 2 hawks! But on the downside, there’s a chance that people could be injured by these hawks. Also, even their offspring and their offspring’s offspring would end up attacking people as well. So, I suppose nature just shouldn’t be fixed, hawks just need to survive on their own without any human interaction. I wholeheartedly agree! So, due to this, I have made the decision that I’m not going to be a falconer after all. I know you are all disappointed. Also, I want to make it clear to falconers that they are putting people’s lives at jeopardy by owning and raising such a dangerous bird. Did you know that Red Tailed hawks are the top 10 most dangerous animals on earth? Yes, that is a true statement, and NOW I know why. It is because the hawks that are handled in falconry show no fear in humans and become more dangerous. That’s the exact reason. I guess this nameless user has shined some light that its not okay to feed any hawk, not even a hawk that’s raised in falconry. I think falconry needs to be banned! Anyone that starts out in falconry must start with a juvenile Red Tailed hawk because they are “supposedly” the safest birds of prey to work with, which is a FLAT OUT LIE since they are proven to be one of the most dangerous animals! These hawks must be released after the falconry season is over, then capture a new hawk next year. After a few years, they will be allowed to capture falcons as well. Some falconers do what’s called “bird abating” where they work for the state and use their hawks to chase birds away from farmers crops. I don’t have a problem with that since I know these falcons will never be released back into the wild. As long as these falcons remain in the falconer’s care, they can’t be dangerous. As far as the other birds of prey that end up being released in the wild, here’s a video of such a hawk stealing a conure that’s only 12 feet away from the conure’s owner. That proves how dangerous those falconry birds can be! Have a great day!

A YouTube User Who Is Stalking Me

The truth has to come out. I have an extreme obsession over watching hawks and falcons eat their prey. I just can’t help myself. Anytime I see a nice close-up of one feasting on a delicious prey item, I can’t help but post the video on my favorites list. One day, I will own Red Tailed hawk once I become a falconer, and I’ll be eating my lunch and watching it eat its meal! Then, it’ll be splattering some pieces of its prey onto my meal. Then slowly but surely, a raw-diet shall emerge for me. Now you know something you never knew before! Now you all know, now GO AWAY! I wish to not be bothered with anyone. Starting now, I don’t want to make friends with people anymore, only hawks!

Okay, there’s this guy that’s been stalking my channel ever since I started getting interested in hawks last year. He’s commented on dozens of videos that I’ve also made comments on. In addition, he’s made 7 replies to my comments from all different videos according to my comment history. He’s simply just going through all my liked videos and he’s commenting on them. I’m not going to be mentioning his name though because a great friend of mine has encouraged to not do that sort of thing. This stalker replied to a comment I made, but then he decided to called me an asshole for it! It was back in Sept 16, 2018, which is exactly 2 months and 1 day ago from this date! The video was basically about a dead field mouse that someone threw outside his backyard for a wild hawk, but this stalker called the owner of the video an idiot because he shouldn’t be throwing food to raptors. I then politely explained to him about how falconers feed their hawks from the glove before hunting with them, then later releasing them back in the wild. So, therefore, people CAN in fact feed wild hawks, and you don’t need a falconry license in order to do that. Hunting for live prey is an instinct, not a skill, therefore, they will never forget that ability. The hawk was fed a rat, what’s wrong with that? 80% of a hawk’s diet is rodents, so by giving a hawk a rat, they will be encouraged to hunt for them more often. This stalker wasn’t having it, so he decided to call me an asshole and that he’s done with me! Well, it is not me that’s the asshole! It is HIM that is the asshole! This stalker doesn’t realize that I’ve watched over 5,000 videos of birds of prey on YouTube, so I KNOW what I’m talking about what I say that falconers do this sort of thing all the time! Sometimes, falconers use what’s called a lure, which is a small piece of a dead rat or raw meat attached to a rope, and then the falconer throws it on the ground. Then, the hawk flies from the falconer’s glove to chase the meat! This video is basically the same EXACT thing. The only difference is there’s no rope, and the hawk flies off from a tree branch instead of a glove. Just so that you know I did NOT post this video on my favorites list and I NEVER will! Its bad enough that he commented on the latest video I favorited. Yeah, he’s done it YET again, he won’t fucking stop! He’s still keeping saying that people shouldn’t be feeding food to hawks, and I’m SICK of it! People only care about sparrows and other songbirds that visit their bird feeders but not hawks. They put seeds and suet out for their sparrows but then they get pissed off when a hawk eats them! The hawk can kill all their sparrows for all I care! You all deserve it. You all attracted the hawks, so it serves you right for putting bird feeders in your yard. I could care less about songbirds, they are a plague and they need to ALL be obliterated! I’ll grab a shotgun and kill them all! Nobody ever wants to try to encourage a hawk to feed from someone’s hand unless they are a falconer, but yet they’ll allow chickadees and house sparrows to feed right from their hand! WHY? WHY DOES THE WORLD HAVE TO BE THIS WAY! The comment this stalker made is wayyyy worse than the comment I got on my jviewer02020203 channel from a parrot owner saying that I was trying to harm the crows in my frontyard by feeding them reeses pieces. Well, I am hoping this stalker stays the FUCK away from my channel! I was up until 5 am last night because I was going through all the 5,000 “liked videos” list and I spent hours going through the list and picking several videos of people feeding wild hawks. I added them right to my favorites list, and he better not start making comments on those videos saying that these people shouldn’t be feeding the hawks. If he does that, I’m going to go on a complete rampage! Please have mercy, I’m a depressed guy who just wants to have a hawk companion who I can share meals with. That’s all I truly want! Here’s some pictures from videos I watched on my favorites playlist. Yep, they are being fed alright, and they’re enjoying their meal too, just like I would!

Another Hawk Channel Gone

The one thing that’s disappoints me when I search for hawk videos every night is when I try to rewatch them months later to find out the videos were deleted or the user closed their account. I don’t really know why people do this to me, but its gotten out of hand. I need to get this blog across because I don’t know how I’ll be able to sleep at night knowing this. There is a YouTube channel that had a video called “Hawk in a Rainstorm”. It was the only video of that title on YouTube. It had a Red Shouldered hawk standing on the porch waiting for some raw steak to be put out. I left this comment on the video:

“Hmmmm…if that Red Shouldered hawk is there waiting for treats, then I consider that an opportunistic bird, just like crows, House Sparrows, and European Starlings. Of course, its waiting for your raw steak meat, which it’ll gladly take once it gets it.”

The owner of the video replied:

“I would say this hawk has more of a rare personality, and it had a pretty good summer here. I believe it has moved on now, sadly. There is another RS hawk around right now who is a little bigger and is always trying to catch squirrels. This new hawk does not seem to ever pay any attention to scrap meat on the ground, either. Thank you for watching this. Have a good weekend.”

Here’s the thumbnail of the video, sadly I did not download the actual video, but even if I did, I can’t post it due to copyright reasons. Here you go:

hawk in a rainstorm

This is the only person on YouTube who really cares about hawks like she does with her songbirds (seed-eating birds). No-one would think of feeding a hawk, maybe because meat is so expensive, and hawks eat like so much compared to their body weight (more than we do actually). Or perhaps it is because meat spoils and attracts unwanted pests like raccoons. I don’t know for sure, but all I know is this is one person that pretty much dashed my hopes and dreams of feeding a wild hawk, all because she closed her YouTube account. The last video she posted was “Hawk Steals Vulture’s Prey”, which was posted 2 weeks ago. A great friend named “Osprey Momma” shared that video with me when she replied to one of my bulletin posts on my channel. There was also 4 playlist of different animals on that channel as well. It was a very creative channel, and sadly its all gone fovever! The world is a cruel place, and yet I have to live in it!

I actually might not become a falconer next year, JUST because of this. I would rather just go back to the good old days of feeding the crows and house sparrows table scraps in my frontyard. That would make me SO MUCH MORE happy than hunting with a hawk! Sorry, but the urgency towards sharing my food with my birds is just what I truly desire and gives me a true purpose to live in this world. Sadly I can’t feed my birds my leftovers anymore because there’s wild cats in the yard and animal control got called over and my grandma got in trouble with that. So OBVIOUSLY I can’t feed raw steak to hawks either. Well that sucks! Maybe when I move to Georgia I can do that. Yeah, I admit it, I only care about feeding hawks. That’s the only thing that would truly make me happy. I still could, even though I’m THE ONLY person in the world that would, unless I were a falconer. I don’t care though, I’m going to do whatever the hell I want, even if others disagree. I’ll be feeding them things that’ll really surprise everyone! That’s for sure! Yep, I’ll be deviant in my own ways! Tell that to the crow that ate the gummy worm that I have on the top picture on my blog. You’ll find out soon enough!

Here’s the video where I got that picture from. It happens in the first 30 seconds of the video. Don’t you worry, my videos are perfectly safe here and I will not be closing this account:

Well, next time I move to Georgia, guess what type of bird I’ll be feeding and guess WHAT I’ll be feeding it! That’s right, a Red Tailed hawk and the item is everything I feel like!

I Quit My Life Insurance Job

About a month ago, I made the decision to become a Life Insurance Agent, however, the job wasn’t what it was cracked up to be. I thought I’d be making a $100K salary from this, but I proved that its really harder than I realized. The company that I worked for does an old-school method of calling people to schedule appointments to those that requested benefits, then visiting them door-to-door to make those appointments. The problem is that some people aren’t home and others just don’t care and pretend to not notice you. Then these mean people walk away from their door before opening it. Its a bad world out there, and I was a part of it. So, this job was obviously a big mistake and I encourage you NOT to submit your resume to this company. This anonymous company posts stuff all over Indeed and claims that they are looking for “3 representatives and team leaders”. I saw at least 20 people at the orientation, yet, I didn’t see a single one of them at the training room. Some of these people looked more intelligent than I was and they certainly knew they were simply getting “played”. They left because everyone except me knew this company was no-good. I was the only unfortunate fool that joined this company. In this company, you are a self-employed contractor and not an employee of the company itself. You also don’t get paid unless you get a commission, so you are working like a slave until you get one. Out of the 6 days of a typical week that work at this company, 2 of them are call-days where I call people with no additional compensation, and the other 4 are days I waste 6 hours of my life traveling to these appointments to find out that 80% of them aren’t home and don’t give a shit about me. By the way, I only made $600 in the 120 hours I worked for this company, which is less than minimum wage if you do the math!

Well, that’s it, I’m done at this company and there’s nothing my managers can say to me to convince me to stay. I’d rather work at Sears until they close, then I’ll work at Kmart until they close as well. At least I have a state-issued Life Insurance license that I can build into my resume now.

Radio Station Blocked My Facebook Account

Well, I seemed to be getting into problems yet again! This time around, I might have deserved it! I won’t mention the name of this radio station, because it is run by a great company and there is only one person to blame for it. That person who blocked me must have seen my offensive comments and blocked me. I would always tune-in to this radio station every Sunday night at 7 pm and I would give my output on the Sunday Night Music Meeting on Facebook. I’ve done this for at least a couple of years. If you know what show I’m talking about, then you know exactly what radio station this is! It is run by a mid-size company that owns about 63 radio stations. Okay, no more hints! After I saw that I got blocked, I made a Facebook post about it and shared it with a few friends. Then, I switched to my alternate account and gave them a piece of my own medicine. I turned around and blocked them back! Hahahhaha! Serves you right asshole! I made a comment stating that this one band’s music isn’t the same as it used to be. The morning show person replied, and I knew exactly who it was due to the date in which the reply was posted. He said something along the lines of “This band can’t always put out the same material, gotta mix it up a little”. I am not sure if that’s the comment that got me blocked. However, I made some slight criticism toward other new bands they played. I made a “shove” vote on all of them because I simply didn’t like them. Now, I did mention the radio station WSOU in a private message and changed my vote to “LOVE” simply because I heard it on that station. Perhaps that was it! I don’t know for sure. All I know is this radio host can’t take criticism so I’ll have to find a new radio station that does. The only problem is that not many radio stations do shows like this that are totally interactive like this one is. The way I see it, the whole radio industry is turning to shit. Most people listen to music on i-phones, or they watch music videos on YouTube. Hell, even the radio station posts the YouTube links under the posts for the Music Meeting if anyone missed hearing them on-air. You can find all these videos just by typing in a few keywords and you don’t even have to wait until Sunday nights to hear them. So, that’s why I call this station a complete rip! Its just a wannabe radio station and it’s ALWAYS been a wannabe all along!

Here’s the thing, if a radio station blocks me, this proves that they can’t handle a real critic. I am even willing to explain myself for crying out loud. Who else does that? I don’t just shove these new songs just because! I give my reasons, such as dry content or poor vocals. My opinions should always be welcome. Otherwise, I will go somewhere else and vote for songs on some other radio station, if I can find one. I wish myself the best of luck for that. It doesn’t really matter because this whole voting system is a complete joke! When songs get added into regular rotation, they wait until it reaches the top 20 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts. If it does, it’ll be played maybe even 30 hours. Then when the song gets into the top 10, it’ll be played every 7 hours or so. A song may gets dozens of “shove” votes or maybe no “love” votes at all and it’ll still be played on repeat anyway. Keep in mind, this radio station is run by a company that recently merged with Greater Media last year, so they play by their policies, this way no listener can influence their playlist! And I mean NO-ONE!