I kind of agree with you on being better than what could be perceived name calling. However, we know different people communicate on different levels. Their may be some sub groups of the audience that needs that level of bluntness including the person at the root of the problem. I think of it like this, if the person mostly puts out videos meant to shock, yell, curse, taking unnecessary risks, then they most likely will not respond to a polite video. I know I reached out to Yammie in a calm and professional manner on a one to one level via his Facebook presence. In the past, he would respond but thus time it shows he read the message and nothing else.True, I'm not defending his actions for a second, I just don't think the level of hate he's received is appropriate. I'd reserve those feelings for someone who'd crashed a truck and killed a bunch of kids, y'know.
Guilty, yes. Piece of s**t, nah.