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Desc:Conspiracy talk about the legitimately creepy Elsa/Spider-Man videos that get millions of viewers.
Category:News & Politics, Educational
Tags:spider-man, conspiracy, elsa
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cognitivedissonance - 2017-09-02
fedex - 2017-09-02

Redford - 2017-09-03

Old_Zircon - 2017-09-02
I hope he doesn't find those Indian cartoons of Mickey taking photos of Minnie in a bikini and peeing in her houseplants.
Old_Zircon - 2017-09-02
You know there's a real chance Trump will pick up on this just like he picked up on the "human trafficking epidemic" and Pizzagate.
StanleyPain - 2017-09-02
Every time I got to the store I always see at least 3 or 4 kids watching this shit on an iPad or something, totally zoned out to it. I mean, more power to parents...if these videos help them keep some semblance of sanity or whatever, but jesus I have no idea why these videos in particular are so insanely popular. I guess if you have unlimited data or something I could see letting your kids watch this shit to keep them quiet while out and about, but damn....
Old_Zircon - 2017-09-02
Back in the Bush years I had a few I SO friends who had similar theories about Bratz.
Herr Matthias - 2017-09-02
This video is 45 minutes long and 70% of it is stuttering or pauses between words.

I'll be damned if I can figure out what the Elsa/Spiderman videos are all about though.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2017-09-03
Putting the MK Ultra Pedophile Satanic Ritual Inside Job Bullshit aside, this is creepy as hell, and it shouldn't be on the youtube kid's app. but I don't think there's a mystery here.

I'm going to suggest that there are 2 factors at work here.

1. I'm pretty sure that when I was eight or nine, I'd be fascinated by Superhero Toilet Humor. This is pandering to children's immature curiosity about sexuality and the body.

2. There is nothing so base, cynical, or manipulative that someone somewhere won't do it for youtube views.

I'm no psychologist, but I'm not convinced that this will be harmful to most children, but maybe it could be harmful to children's sexual maturity in combination with other factors. If you grow up with a pee-pee fetish, it's not going to make you evil or a bad person, but it could immensely complicate your ability to connect with another person in an intimate way.
sasazuka - 2017-09-03
I tend to believe the Occam's Razor explanation, that they're lowest-common denominator entertainment for uncritical young kids, produced with no dialogue so that they can transcend borders and get the widest-possible, all to get millions of clicks and ad revenue.

The one aspect I find really curious is that Elsa and Spider-Man are the intellectual property of Disney/Marvel and the Joker is Warner/DC and both entertainment conglomerates are usually very protective of their IPs and have huge teams of lawyers to enforce their IP rights. These Youtube channels make hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars with unauthorized uses of said IPs yet the massive and litigious entertainment conglomerates seemingly haven't taken much of any action against these channels.

Disney and Warner's lack of legal action towards these Youtube channel producers is the most mysterious aspect of all and leads people to wonder if there's something much more sinister going on than just people dressing in Halloween costumes for the Youtube bucks.

Bisekrankas - 2017-09-03
Maybe they can claim fair use because parody or something, kind of like 'dumb starbucks'?

sasazuka - 2017-09-05
The parody argument occurred to me, but there's no satirical comment on the original works, it's just the characters in asinine situations.

I'm also not sure you could get away with a whole series that always features the same copyrighted characters without changing them just enough to not get in legal trouble the way DRAWN TOGETHER did, where you can easily tell that one character represents Betty Boop but she's different enough for whoever the hell has the rights to the character to not sue. A show like ROBOT CHICKEN might have, say, a MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE spoof with He-Man and Skeletor done straight every once in a while, but it's not every episode (and sometimes, like with STAR WARS, they actually have permission from the rights holders). Unless maybe it's not for profit, like with any anime-based "Abridged Series", but the Elsa/Spiderman stuff is very much for profit.

Gmork - 2017-09-05
I was wondering when conspiracy theories would pop up about those spiderman/elsa things.

This is one I can get behind!
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