The Rise and Fall of LifeInATent

edray1416
edray1416
Mar 22, 2018
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Originally uploaded in 2015, I talk about a man who constantly issued death threats against his critics, exploited a natural disaster for a profit, and flagged down videos. Many people considered this a masterpiece.
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edray1416 (6 years ago)
edray1416
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Exploiting deaths, injuries, or disasters for a profit is disrespectful not only to the families of the victims, but people that are looking for entertainment. Leo the Video Game Guy, CraftNation, LifeInATent, Philip DeFranco, and Logan Paul are guilty of this. To hell with those people for disrespecting their fans for money.
yhy45gamerpixel (1 year ago)
yhy45gamerpixel
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tumps up this video for epic earth shit
PCgamer2231 (6 years ago)
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Didn’t LIAT also take advantage of the monetization features that YouTube added... oh, yes he did.

And he isn’t the only person to do that. Logan Paul monetized his aokigahara suicide video and users back in 2017 were freaking out over demonetization.

YouTube is just policing itself now because it had rules from the beginning, but almost everybody violated them. Like shock content is kept on and misleading thumbnails, and overly long videos are now a norm. Surprised that YouTube hasn’t closed down in 2018.
ThePhantron (6 years ago)
ThePhantron
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edray, are you going to talk about team avo next or someone else?
inFAMOUSxFuZ1oN (6 years ago)
inFAMOUSxFuZ1oN
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Oh man, Brian Van Martin (aka LifeInATent). I remember how much of an asshole he was, exploiting tragedies for a profit and getting called out for it killed his credibility. I even watched the LIAT vs BBC debate the other day and listening to LIAT raging throughout was oddly satisfying
edray1416 (6 years ago)
edray1416
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If LifeInATent took the earthquake video seriously, went into details, then showed compassion, everyone would have been on his side. But he asked for a thumbs up, monetized the video (which YouTube paid him for), and acted like a douchebag. There are certain things you do not do and LifeInATent should have apologized without trying to justify himself.
inFAMOUSxFuZ1oN (6 years ago)
inFAMOUSxFuZ1oN
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Yup. It's a shame that 2018 YouTube doesn't enforce the terms of service like they did between 2005-2011
Aaronshy (6 years ago)
Aaronshy
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Meanwhile Youutubers that actually try like SkyDoesMinecraft and even Newscapepro on the Minecraft side, MsBreezy on the GMOD side, and heck even Jacksepticeye and Markiplier 2 of the go to examples of being too famous have to struggle a little to hope their content follows the rules. LifeInATent is the original Logan Paul.....a reason Youtubes rules are questioned sometimes.
W2BShadow (6 years ago)
W2BShadow
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Sad how when LifeinATent fucks up this badly, he gets banned, but when Logan Paul profits off Suicide in 2018, he gets a slap on the wrist. In a way, early 2010 Youtube set the foreground of what Youtube is today, full of attention whoring and hypocrisy.
MegaDoopTV (6 years ago)
MegaDoopTV
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This guy was a complete joke back in the day.

This moron was arguably the most hated YouTuber in 2011, since he was getting shat on by so many people.

Now, the moron is being sued for $20 million. What a fucking sperg.
edray1416 (6 years ago)
edray1416
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LifeInATent is a YouTube conformist. He'll never jump to VidLii unless YouTube goes bankrupt. I'm surprised YouTube didn't go bankrupt when they made the mistake of offering partnerships to everyone in 2012. I felt that partnerships from the get go should have been earned. The way LifeInATent "earned" his partnership was fraudulent compared to the Irate Gamer in 2007 when he got featured twice that year.
spodermen2 (6 years ago)
spodermen2
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just gotta say somethin...
"Don't put ads in serious videos" i wish 2018 youtube knew so that jimmy kimmel live along with others stop putting ads on their videos retaining to serious topics without giving the ad revenue to the people affected by said happening in the video.
edray1416 (6 years ago)
edray1416
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Exploiting deaths, injuries, or disasters for a profit is disrespectful not only to the families of the victims, but people that are looking for entertainment. Leo the Video Game Guy, CraftNation, LifeInATent, Philip DeFranco, and Logan Paul are guilty of this. To hell with those people for disrespecting their fans for money.
spodermen2 (6 years ago)
spodermen2
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agreed.
SuperAceGamerBrand (6 years ago)
SuperAceGamerBrand
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Oh God...I remember this lunatic and his crazy brother and his mental wife...Are they all finally locked in a mental institution?
edray1416 (6 years ago)
edray1416
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If they are, then I haven't seen any stories of it on YouTube. Remember, LifeInATent is as unforgettable as Chris Chan or Chad Warden.
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Date: Mar 22, 2018 Views: 230 Ratings: 19
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