History WebVideo / ADoseOfBuckley

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** Most of his videos are simply slideshows; [[DownplayedTrope however, Buckley does get on camera on occasion]], most often in his "Jason's J'opinions" parody videos.

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** Most of his videos are simply slideshows; [[DownplayedTrope however, Buckley does get on camera on occasion]], most often in his "Jason's J'opinions" parody videos.



** Scumbags of the Internet #10, where a (supposed) pre-law student plagiarized nearly word-for-word six main series doses [[note]]"Etsy: Saving Morons from Themselves Since 2015", "Can't Graduate, Just Sue!", "Fox News vs. The Alternative Media", "Apple and Exclusivity in Music", "Caitlyn Jenner vs. Drake Bell vs. Society", and "Dubstep"[[/note]], two Musical Autopsies[[note]]Beyonce's "7/11" and Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money"[[/note]], the ''Things Famous Dead People Said'' preview, and the One Direction episode of Tweeting Rainbow, posting her "articles", after removing any swearing, shortening the transcript to 500 words or less, and ruining most of the jokes made in the videos, around two weeks after Buckley posted his videos. Most {{egregious}}ly, she plagiarized the "Dubstep" video, Buckley's then-6th most viewed video, ''three years'' after Buckley originally posted the video.

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** Scumbags of the Internet #10, where a (supposed) pre-law student plagiarized nearly word-for-word six main series doses [[note]]"Etsy: Saving Morons from Themselves Since 2015", "Can't Graduate, Just Sue!", "Fox News vs. The Alternative Media", "Apple and Exclusivity in Music", "Caitlyn Jenner vs. Drake Bell vs. Society", and "Dubstep"[[/note]], two Musical Autopsies[[note]]Beyonce's "7/11" and Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money"[[/note]], the ''Things Famous Dead People Said'' preview, and the One Direction episode of Tweeting Rainbow, posting her "articles", after removing any swearing, shortening the transcript to 500 words or less, and ruining most of the jokes made in the videos, around two weeks after Buckley posted his videos. Most {{egregious}}ly, she plagiarized the "Dubstep" video, Buckley's then-6th most viewed video, popular video outside of the "Ten Worst Songs" series, ''three years'' after Buckley originally posted the video.



* ScareCampaign: Discussed in the "Canada's Elections" rant, highlighting how political campaign ads for the Canadian Parliament's House of Commons are just as much of a media circus as any US Presidential or Congressional campaign. Buckley even compares an election campaign to [=YouTube=] comments.

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* ScareCampaign: Discussed in the "Canada's Elections" rant, highlighting how political campaign ads for the during Canadian Parliament's House of Commons federal elections are just as much of a media circus as any US Presidential or Congressional campaign.midterm election. Buckley even compares an election campaign to [=YouTube=] comments.
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* DarkerAndEdgier: His "Advice No One Asked For" series has some of the darkest humor on his show.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: His "Advice No One Asked For" series has some of the darkest humor humour on his show.



* TheFaceless: Most of his videos are simply slideshows; [[DownplayedTrope however, Buckley does get on camera on occasion]], most often in his "Jason's J'opinions" parody videos.
** In the "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjnHKA7YWZU So You Want to be a YouTube Commentator]]" video, he [[JustifiedTrope justifies]] his facelessness by stating that audio quality is a high priority for him, mentioning that most video cameras, especially those used by amateur vloggers, have poor quality microphones and editing audio with still slides is easier than editing audio with moving pictures. He also claims that having the speaker on camera adds nothing to the presentation; he even admits that his own slides distract from what he's trying to say at times.

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* TheFaceless: TheFaceless:
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Most of his videos are simply slideshows; [[DownplayedTrope however, Buckley does get on camera on occasion]], most often in his "Jason's J'opinions" parody videos.
** In the "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjnHKA7YWZU So You Want to be a YouTube Commentator]]" video, he [[JustifiedTrope justifies]] his facelessness by stating that audio quality is a high priority for him, mentioning that most video cameras, especially those used by amateur vloggers, have poor quality microphones and editing audio with still slides images is easier than editing audio with video (i.e. moving pictures.images). He also claims that having the speaker on camera adds nothing to the presentation; he even admits that his own slides distract from what he's trying to say at times.



* {{Fandom}}: Buckley devotes an entire rant about them, and why he hates them in ''Nerd Rants: Series 2''. He also explains that one can be a fan of something (e.g. comic books, TV shows, video games, etc.) without being in a fandom.

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* {{Fandom}}: Buckley devotes an entire rant about them, and why he hates them in ''Nerd Rants: Series 2''. He also explains that one can be a fan of something (e.g. comic books, TV shows, video games, etc.) without ''without'' being in a fandom.



** Scumbags of the Internet #10, where a (supposed) pre-law student plagiarized nearly word-for-word six main series doses [[note]]"Etsy: Saving Morons from Themselves Since 2015", "Can't Graduate, Just Sue!", "Fox News vs. The Alternative Media", "Apple and Exclusivity in Music", "Caitlyn Jenner vs. Drake Bell vs. Society", and "Dubstep"[[/note]], two Musical Autopsies[[note]]Beyonce's "7/11" and Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money"[[/note]], the ''Things Famous Dead People Said'' preview, and the One Direction episode of Tweeting Rainbow, posting her "articles", after removing any swearing, shortening the transcript to 500 words or less, and ruining most of the jokes made in the videos, around two weeks after Buckley posted his videos. Most {{egregious}}ly, she plagiarized the "Dubstep" video, Buckley's 6th most viewed video, ''three years'' after Buckley originally posted the video.

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** Scumbags of the Internet #10, where a (supposed) pre-law student plagiarized nearly word-for-word six main series doses [[note]]"Etsy: Saving Morons from Themselves Since 2015", "Can't Graduate, Just Sue!", "Fox News vs. The Alternative Media", "Apple and Exclusivity in Music", "Caitlyn Jenner vs. Drake Bell vs. Society", and "Dubstep"[[/note]], two Musical Autopsies[[note]]Beyonce's "7/11" and Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money"[[/note]], the ''Things Famous Dead People Said'' preview, and the One Direction episode of Tweeting Rainbow, posting her "articles", after removing any swearing, shortening the transcript to 500 words or less, and ruining most of the jokes made in the videos, around two weeks after Buckley posted his videos. Most {{egregious}}ly, she plagiarized the "Dubstep" video, Buckley's 6th then-6th most viewed video, ''three years'' after Buckley originally posted the video.



** This is at least one reason why Buckley [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7O32TQSvfEM hates YouTube]]. Website/YouTube[='s=] Content ID system allows the owner(s) of copyrighted material to decide whether or not a Content ID claim breaks copyright instead of having either Website/YouTube themselves or (preferably) an impartial third party objectively review the claim. Buckley states that he has no problem with companies enforcing copyright; however, he ''does'' have a problem when a company illegitimately flags or blocks a video (that ''should be'') protected under UsefulNotes/FairUse, specifically his own Musical Autopsy videos.

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** This is at least one reason why Buckley [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7O32TQSvfEM hates YouTube]]. Website/YouTube[='s=] Content ID system allows the owner(s) of copyrighted material to decide whether or not a Content ID claim breaks copyright instead of having either Website/YouTube themselves or (preferably) an impartial third party objectively review the claim. Buckley states that he has no problem with companies enforcing copyright; however, he ''does'' have a problem when a company illegitimately flags or blocks a video (that that ''should be'') be'' protected under UsefulNotes/FairUse, specifically his own Musical Autopsy videos.



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: The only time he's ever been truly offended at something was when Nicki Minaj said 'nigger monkey' in "Stupid Hoe". This is coming from someone who gets routinely (if falsely) accused of racism, casually uses the word 'retarded' on occasion, and doesn't seem to care about offending ''anyone''.

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: OOCIsSeriousBusiness:
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The only time he's ever been truly offended at something was when Nicki Minaj said 'nigger monkey' in "Stupid Hoe". This is coming from someone who gets routinely (if falsely) accused of racism, casually uses the word 'retarded' on occasion, and doesn't seem to care about offending ''anyone''.
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** In the "Buzzfeed Canada vs. White Male" rant, Buckley puts on [[NWordPrivileges an exaggerated Canadian accent]] when Buzzfeed is looking for Canadian writers.

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** In the "Buzzfeed Canada vs. White Male" Males" rant, Buckley puts on [[NWordPrivileges an exaggerated Canadian accent]] when Buzzfeed is looking for Canadian writers.
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*** Music/MeganTrainor and her obnoxious SJW anthems, to the point that Buckley calls her "Megan Tumblr".

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*** Music/MeganTrainor Music/MeghanTrainor and her obnoxious SJW anthems, to the point that Buckley calls her "Megan "Meghan Tumblr".
20th Dec '16 12:43:52 PM Spyspotter
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*** Music/MeganTrainor and her obnoxious SJW anthems, to the point that Buckley calls her "Megan Tumblr".
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* CanadianMusic:
** While his Musical Autopsies usually stick with hit songs or popular artists on the American Hot 100, he discusses a then-Top 10 Canadian song by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkdi_7cKFic Serena Ryder]] (who, unsurprisingly, is relatively unknown in the States) and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_content Canadian content law]] in one video.
** In the same video, Buckley admits that most Canadian entertainment is terrible, arguing that popular Canadian artists such as Music/JustinBieber, Music/{{Nickelback}}, Music/CelineDion, Music/BryanAdams, and the Music/BarenakedLadies are actually the best Canada can do. He also implies that most Canadian music is amateur work produced in someone's backyard shed, and Canadian radio stations (by law) have to play it, since they can't play Music/{{Rush}} [[AwesomeButImpractical 6 times an hour]].
** In the "CRTC vs Porn" rant, he claims that the CRTC[[note]]Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, Canada's (partial) counterpart to the United States' Federal Communications Commission[[/note]] preserves Canadian heritage one shitty show and song at a time by acting as the last line of defence against America's vastly superior and more well produced entertainment.

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* CanadianMusic:
** While his Musical Autopsies usually stick with hit songs or popular artists on the American Hot 100, he discusses a then-Top 10 Canadian song by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkdi_7cKFic Serena Ryder]] (who, unsurprisingly, is relatively unknown in the States) and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_content Canadian content law]] in one video.
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video. In the same video, Buckley admits that most Canadian entertainment is terrible, arguing that popular Canadian artists such as Music/JustinBieber, Music/{{Nickelback}}, Music/CelineDion, Music/BryanAdams, and the Music/BarenakedLadies are actually the best Canada can do. He also implies that most Canadian music is amateur work produced in someone's backyard shed, and Canadian radio stations (by law) have to play it, since they can't play Music/{{Rush}} [[AwesomeButImpractical 6 times an hour]].
** In the "CRTC vs Porn" rant, he claims that the CRTC[[note]]Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, Canada's (partial) counterpart to the United States' Federal Communications Commission[[/note]] preserves Canadian heritage one shitty show and song at a time by acting as the last line of defence against America's vastly superior and more well produced entertainment.entertainment.
** In the "Buzzfeed Canada vs. White Male" rant, Buckley puts on [[NWordPrivileges an exaggerated Canadian accent]] when Buzzfeed is looking for Canadian writers.
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Meet Adam Buckley, your average 30-something man who lives in London, Ontario, Canada. He's a cynic with a wise perspective on life... and he's also a web comedian who does [[RantComedy weekly rants]] on Website/YouTube in an attempt to bring "professional, scripted comedy" to the platform. His first rant, "London Transit Strike", was published on December 10th, 2009. He also does annual[[note]]released on December 15 of each year[[/note]] "Ten Worst Songs" lists, which have gained him the most popularity. His Website/YouTube channel can be found [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ADoseofBuckley here]].

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Meet Adam Buckley, your average 30-something man who lives in London, Ontario, Canada. He's a cynic with a wise perspective on life... and he's also a web comedian who does [[RantComedy weekly rants]] on Website/YouTube in an attempt to bring "professional, scripted comedy" to the platform. His first rant, "London Transit Strike", was published on December 10th, 2009. He also does annual[[note]]released on December 15 of each year[[/note]] "Ten Worst Songs" lists, which have gained him the most popularity. His Website/YouTube channel can be found [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ADoseofBuckley here]].
here]]. Since March 2016, he also periodically contributes written articles on the website [[http://www.digitalmusicnews.com/author/adoseofbuckley/ Digital Music News]].
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** The fake tweet in title card for "Buckley Reads Tweets From Rappers" is deliberately misspelled.

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** The fake tweet in the title card for "Buckley Reads Tweets From Rappers" is deliberately misspelled.



** Anytime Buckley says something potentially offensive, he'll put the "Tumblr Trigger Warning" slide in, complete with a crying baby.

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** Anytime Buckley says something potentially offensive, particularly to thin-skinned social justice warriors, he'll put the "Tumblr Trigger Warning" slide in, complete with a crying baby.



-->'''Question:''' "Dear Jesus, don't let Buckley read this: My husband works construction, so we barely scrape by during the winter months. Should we build an emergency fund for the slow times? Signed: straped for cash in Calgary."\\

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-->'''Question:''' "Dear Jesus, don't let Buckley read this: My husband works construction, so we barely scrape by during the winter months. Should we build an emergency fund for the slow times? Signed: straped strapped for cash in Calgary."\\
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Every August since 2012 has been dubbed by Buckley as "Angry August", where he releases content twice a week instead of the usual one video every Sunday. During this time, he'll do one or more of the above-mentioned Supplements and a special video along with main numbered rants.

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\n* "Buckley's Breakdown:" Buckley reviews a product sent by a company with "big enough balls" to endure Buckley's trademark cynicism. Originally a bit in the "Mystery Subscription Boxes" rant, "Buckley's Breakdown" became a full fledged Supplement in December 2016.

Every August since 2012 has been dubbed by Buckley as "Angry August", where he releases content twice a week instead of the usual one video every Sunday. During this time, he'll do one or more of the above-mentioned Supplements and a special video along with main numbered series rants.



* ''[[https://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/nerd-rants-series-3 Nerd Rants: Series 3]]'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Third edition]] of the ''Nerd Rants'' series[[note]]topics include PC vs. console gaming, retrogaming, [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Finn's]] psychopathy, realism in comic book movies, creativity vs. fans, and the feminization of the Franchise/StarWars franchise[[/note]].

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* ''[[https://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/nerd-rants-series-3 Nerd Rants: Series 3]]'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin [[RuleOfThree Third edition]] of entry]] in the ''Nerd Rants'' series[[note]]topics include PC vs. console gaming, retrogaming, [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Finn's]] psychopathy, realism in comic book movies, creativity vs. fans, and the feminization of the Franchise/StarWars franchise[[/note]].
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* "Advice No One Asked For": Buckley steals a question (occasionally two) asked to an advice columnist, and answers it "the way it was supposed to be answered".

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* "Advice No One Asked For": Buckley steals a question (occasionally two) question, occasionally two, asked to an advice columnist, and answers it "the way it was supposed to be answered".



* ''[[http://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/youtube-autopsy YouTube Autopsy]]'': Buckley's first premium video. Originally a one-off presentation at a London, Ontario comic convention, Buckley analyzes a few [=YouTube=] videos in the same manner as "Musical Autopsy". It is a studio recorded version, and not the live presentation[[note]]Videos dissected include an unboxing video of VideoGame/LegoDimensions by Unboxing Therapy, a Let's Play of VideoGame/LayersOfFear by LetsPlay/PewDiePie, and Nicole Arbour's infamous "Dear Fat People" rant[[/note]].
* ''[[https://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/nerd-rants-series-3 Nerd Rants: Series 3]]'': Second sequel to ''Nerd Rants''[[note]]topics include PC vs. console gaming, retrogaming, [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Finn's]] psychopathy, realism in comic book movies, creativity vs. fans, and the feminization of the Franchise/StarWars franchise[[/note]].

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* ''[[http://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/youtube-autopsy YouTube Autopsy]]'': Buckley's first premium video. Originally a one-off presentation at a London, Ontario comic convention, the Forest City Comic-Con in his hometown, Buckley analyzes a few [=YouTube=] videos in the same manner as "Musical Autopsy". It is a studio recorded version, and not the live presentation[[note]]Videos dissected include an unboxing video of VideoGame/LegoDimensions ''VideoGame/LegoDimensions'' by Unboxing Therapy, a Let's Play of VideoGame/LayersOfFear ''VideoGame/LayersOfFear'' by LetsPlay/PewDiePie, and Nicole Arbour's infamous "Dear Fat People" rant[[/note]].
* ''[[https://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/nerd-rants-series-3 Nerd Rants: Series 3]]'': Second sequel to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Third edition]] of the ''Nerd Rants''[[note]]topics Rants'' series[[note]]topics include PC vs. console gaming, retrogaming, [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Finn's]] psychopathy, realism in comic book movies, creativity vs. fans, and the feminization of the Franchise/StarWars franchise[[/note]].
* ''[[http://adoseofbuckley.bandcamp.com/album/lifestyles-of-the-youtube-famous Lifestyles of the YouTube Famous]]'': A live recording of his panel at the 2016 Forest City Comic-Con, where he discusses his [=YouTube=] fame.
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