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Registered: 11-2017
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H*tler Kissed A Girl And She Didn't Like It





The host is the once infamous "Count Dankula."

The Brit who got fined and imprisoned for his vid of his girlfriends pug dog presenting its' paw on signal.

It has been referred to as a Nazi dog because Count Dankulas' choice of signal phrases. Chosen to tease his girlfriend.

Stuff like "Gas (guess who)" and "Heil Hitler."

He circulated the vid of the dog raising its paw on signal to a closed circle of friends, roughly 10 of them.

One sent it outside of the circle, and it went viral. The ever-more censorious Brit Gov proceeded to prosecute the "villainous" prankster.

Over time, he became a celebrity due to these circumstances, and was then let out of prison. Most media in the UK called him terrible, and job prospects dried up.

He capitalized on the celebrity to start a YouTube career.


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Prison?

I keep forgetting that the Brits do not have a Bill of Rights.

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Yeah - that turned into quite an important detail.

One of the Brits I listen to noted something similar when this issue of arresting people for social media "rudeness" was more in the news:



I heard lots of comment about "the British Constitution" during my viewing of Brexit videos, and its clear that they view their thousand year long history of developing parliamentary interaction with their royalty in leading the country, as something like a clear indication of right and wrong action going forward.

In the end, clearly a written contract is better - even if that ultimately depends on nine pooh-bahs who ya gotta trust to "keep the faith."


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