ANIME’S NAUGHTIEST MOM — Noble Reacts to Anime Cracks / Vines

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48 Replies to “ANIME’S NAUGHTIEST MOM — Noble Reacts to Anime Cracks / Vines”

  1. Bruh, people are gonna riot about this removing net neutrality thing. It'll happen, I'm callin' it now. We already pay to use the internet because of providers like TalkTalk and Virgin. People aren't gonna pay extra to do things we normally do. Just sayin', people will boycott the 'new internet' or there'll be riots. Callin' it now.

  2. 9:54 That's the only thing I got from Boku no Pico your dumb-ass cosplaying & suffering YA BITCH-ASS-COKSUCKER-BALL-LICKING-DICKNOSE-SMALL-ASS-SHIT-EATER-ICE-CREAM-GAY-BOY-MOTHER-FUCKING-WHORE-BITCHTITS-EATING-MY-ASS-&-BALLSACK-FUCK-FACE-PUSSY [Uncensored] BITE ME COMMENTS and youtube (except for YT plz don't block me)

  3. E3 was bad? Fuck no it wasn't. Got everything I asked for. Dmc5, resident evil 2 remake, cyberpunk 2077, added bonus that I finally get to play metal wolf chaos in America now. This E3 kicked ass.

  4. You know that Net Neutrality is more or so taking the net from government control and giving it to the free market. All it was supposed to do was remove government control from it. The control that the Obama administration put in place to make the internet “equal” for everyone. In turn this gave them the ability to track and control things as they saw fit. In other words, control what the general public is allowed to see or browse. I can see the pros and cons of both. All the crap that everyone was saying about it was assumptions that were honestly made up and blown way out of proportion. Could companies use it to their advantage and charge us more for stuff? Yeah, but the companies that were asked about it said that they wouldn’t do it as it would be too much of a risk. It would damage their clientele and cause them to lose business. My point is that it opens the possibilities up but the consequences of acting on those possibilities would hurt any business. So any company with a brain would realize that it’s a bad idea to act on those possibilities.

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