RADDDDD SMOOTHIE


                “Hi, I’m Daniel Alexander and I’m eating a book.” Daniel Alexander is going to eat his words. Or rather he blends his words effortlessly into a little blender and makes a word smoothie. Blenders ordinarily handle food but then Daniel Alexander is no ordinary guy. What Daniel Alexander does is challenge the conventions people follow each and every day. Lots of things he believes are a bit out of the mainstream. Aliens are visiting Earth and are chill according to Daniel. Another is everything is a snack. In the video Daniel takes his ‘Everything is a snack’ to a logical extreme. Nobody has ever done this on YouTube. Many are scared. 

The video is obscene. Several of the YouTube comments state that such material should be banned. Censorship is not the answer. What if someone wants to create a delicious yet nutritious smoothie out of a book? YouTube doesn’t have any videos to show somebody how to do that. At least it didn’t until Daniel stepped up the blender and announced his intention. Rather than banning people ought to praise it. Daniel Alexander is the voice of a generation, the face of a generation, even the glasses of a generation. Millions of Americans wear that same thick-framed pair of glasses. Few of those millions of American are as happy as Daniel Alexander. Somehow Daniel has managed to find peace and enlightenment in his everyday world. This is doubly surprising as much of Daniel’s diet consists of drinking book smoothies. 

Everything in the video indicates this is a person worth watching. Plenty of people do. Unfortunately the blender fails to successfully blend Daniel’s book. While people find Daniel’s book RADDDDD apparently basic household appliances do not. For the book is barely blended. Only a small bit of the book is properly blended. This is despite blending it in the alleged ‘blending corner’. Anybody who is serious about snacking (and rest-assured Daniel Alexander is super serious about snacking) has a blender corner in their home. When chewing becomes too stressful, too mundane there is the blender ready to bring it to the next level.

By the end Daniel shows the end result. He drinks it. He says drinking a smoothie of a blended book tastes bad. This is an educational YouTube clip. Without it how would people know how to treat his book? Thanks to the video people know what to do with Daniel Alexander’s book: they are supposed to read it.   

RADDDDD SMOOTHIE

                “Hi, I’m Daniel Alexander and I’m eating a book.” Daniel Alexander is going to eat his words. Or rather he blends his words effortlessly into a little blender and makes a word smoothie. Blenders ordinarily handle food but then Daniel Alexander is no ordinary guy. What Daniel Alexander does is challenge the conventions people follow each and every day. Lots of things he believes are a bit out of the mainstream. Aliens are visiting Earth and are chill according to Daniel. Another is everything is a snack. In the video Daniel takes his ‘Everything is a snack’ to a logical extreme. Nobody has ever done this on YouTube. Many are scared. 

The video is obscene. Several of the YouTube comments state that such material should be banned. Censorship is not the answer. What if someone wants to create a delicious yet nutritious smoothie out of a book? YouTube doesn’t have any videos to show somebody how to do that. At least it didn’t until Daniel stepped up the blender and announced his intention. Rather than banning people ought to praise it. Daniel Alexander is the voice of a generation, the face of a generation, even the glasses of a generation. Millions of Americans wear that same thick-framed pair of glasses. Few of those millions of American are as happy as Daniel Alexander. Somehow Daniel has managed to find peace and enlightenment in his everyday world. This is doubly surprising as much of Daniel’s diet consists of drinking book smoothies. 

Everything in the video indicates this is a person worth watching. Plenty of people do. Unfortunately the blender fails to successfully blend Daniel’s book. While people find Daniel’s book RADDDDD apparently basic household appliances do not. For the book is barely blended. Only a small bit of the book is properly blended. This is despite blending it in the alleged ‘blending corner’. Anybody who is serious about snacking (and rest-assured Daniel Alexander is super serious about snacking) has a blender corner in their home. When chewing becomes too stressful, too mundane there is the blender ready to bring it to the next level.

By the end Daniel shows the end result. He drinks it. He says drinking a smoothie of a blended book tastes bad. This is an educational YouTube clip. Without it how would people know how to treat his book? Thanks to the video people know what to do with Daniel Alexander’s book: they are supposed to read it.   

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