I'm sure we're all aware that there's been a pandemonium of unwarranted copyright notices on video game material lately. Well, the insurrection has reached such extremes that even the "legitimate" owners of the content are getting copyright notices! The designer and composer of VVVVVV (side question: how do you pronounce that?) got some on the game's gameplay and music respectively, in a now famous example of YouTube pushing things even further despite all common sense saying they shouldn't. You know that error message about "highly trained monkeys" we get every now and then? And how they think it's a joke or something? Well... they're right. It IS a joke. Clearly, no training was involved whatsoever, and they're eating their own poop and rubbing it all over their faces. But wait... it gets worse. Far, far worse. My favorite part is how these corporate buttholes can't even understand how someone would want to share his music freely. As if everyone created content solely to profit from it.
If you don't believe me when I say that if I was still LPing, it wouldn't be on YouTube, wow.