There were several of these style shows before YouTube or the others. All were trash.
Sharing a smile? Again, if private and among the family, sure. Otherwise, there once was a time when we admired skills and talent, not the village idiot. Now fame is admired as fame. We were pouring ice water on our heads some time back, correct? Or an allegation can lead to genocide in Burma or Buffalo Head Man doing whatever he thought he was doing.
Every thousand views is a buck. Not much money, but they all hope they have the next Beiber. Or Spanky from Lil Rascles.
I see it less as sharing a smile and more as helping some fat pervert in cyberspace smile. Lets add more procedures and disclaimers, more litigation. KIDS SHOULD NOT BE ON THE NET.
Post some REK vids next; we need to hit the interwebs demographics. Dogs set on fire would garner views, but those standards of the sponsors.
Once more into the breach.