I think you missed the point of Devin's comments, Silly Rabbit. Too many
people think that planning, filming, editing, and posting a video each week easy
work. A lot of people who get into making Youtube videos don't put in the
time and don't focus on the details that he does, and you can see the
difference in quality and the number of viewers each get.Not once
has Mr. Graham complained about what he is doing; in fact, he mentions how much
he enjoys his work. I think you should take a look at some of the videos he made
while in Africa. You will come to understand that he knows firsthand what you
were talking about.Why are we too quick to criticize people for
talking about the sacrifices of their chosen careers. Each career has different
responsibilities and sacrifices, and it's good to let people know what they
are before they make those important career choices.
YouTubers work harder than anyone out there?Respectfully, no, sir.
Disrespectful? Yes, sir. Your "problems" sound very first-world. Had to
go to McDonalds to charge my cam? Had to sleep in a truck?Try
these:870 million people in the world do not have enough to eat.Undernutrition contributes to 2.6 million deaths of children under five each
year - one third of the global total.66 million primary school-age
children attend classes hungry across the developing world, with 23 million in
Africa alone.You want to know who works harder than you? Those
children and people who fight hunger, be it their own or another's. That is
work that ends in success or death, and is unending until that moment.