_ChipWhitley_ t1_j5z6cjh wrote

> The key to it is you have to be able to talk to a small audience on a small budget and a large audience at a large budget. If you do that well, you can do that forever.

In other words, “We can see the future and we’ve never made a mistake… Also, here is our ad-supported tier to supplement our mistakes.”

Seriously, fuck this guy. After the next season of The Witcher I’m cancelling. I don’t get into Netflix anymore because I never know which show will leave me hanging for the rest of my life like The OA.


_ChipWhitley_ t1_izet6e3 wrote

I’m male, I had asthma as an infant, and I’ve suffered mental health disorders (mainly depression when I was a teenager/young adult), and I had Delta 15 months ago. The brain fog and memory lapses are so strong it’s difficult to function at work. I can sit through an entire movie and walk out with no memory of it. I look at a chart and I can’t remember what I saw. It is really one of the trippiest things in my entire life that I’ve had to learn to deal with.


_ChipWhitley_ t1_ixpls1f wrote

He’s receiving advice from Roger Stone, I bet. These bottom feeders thrive on the limelight, no matter the story, so they’re not forgotten. That’s how Trump was able to rise. Stone is the one who brags that the only thing worse than people talking badly about you is not talking about you at all.