Snoopy at his sneakiest
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q1. Can you post ___? A1. Probably NOT. I only have so many tapes, and if I don't have something, I can't post it. Whining will not spontaneously make me have something I don't have. If I *do* have it, I will post it eventually (excepting certain videos: see Q5 below). Be patient—I have a LOT of tapes to go through and not so much free time.
Q2. Can I download these? A2. I understand there is a program that will download and save the .FLV files, but I have no idea what it is, myself. I have set up a Torrent for the commercials I posted before 2007, but it was such a pain to set up that I won't make an update until I have completely finished capturing everything I have.
Q3. When was ___ produced?/When did ___ first broadcast? A3. I have no idea. Almost none of my tapes have any kind of time stamp or date reference. Also, many commercials aired for years, and I have no way to tell if the commercial is "old" or "new" at the time of the recording. (Google is your friend.)
Q4. Will you follow me/watch my channel/visit my website/etc.? A4. No. I already don't have time to record videos. Following/etc. would just take away from that time.
Q5. Did you delete this video? A5. At least one of my posts had been removed due to copyright violation. Why just the one(s) and not the others? I suspect some companies appreciate the free advertising. However, the type of content in the removed post(s) is something I will avoid in the future.
Q6. Did you delete this comment? A6. While I don't mind if you poke a little fun at something in a video, I draw the line at outright hostilities, such as defaming the actors or insulting other users. I'm not here to censor anyone, but neither am I here to read flame wars aimed entirely at making others angry for no good reason. If you made a comment that referred to a hostile comment, I may delete yours as well just for reasons of simplicity.
Q7. Why did you post ___? It's old/stupid/[insert derogatory comment here]! A7. Why not? The alternative is not posting. I suppose I could always reclaim my free time that way, sure, and you would just have to bother someone else. Your choice.
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