The only time the Loser isn't happy with it is when he clicks on a video and it turns out to be a Ted Talk.
Ted Talks can be great, but most of Wimp's videos are short and Ted Talks run long. They're given in dark auditoriums with current presentation methods. The deliverers dress cool and are talking to rooms full of successful, middle-age people. (Audience cutaways are often of grey heads nodding in agreement or chuckling knowingly.)
But that's not the Loser's biggest problem with them. Who care's who else appreciates advice or insight if what they say is good? What the Loser dislikes most is how padded the talks are with attempts at humor. The presenters too often channel their inner stand-up comedian. It's painful to watch. The Loser, being a loser, dislikes seeing that kind of failure.
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