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TheFineBros - Reaction News Youtube Special Report

Updated on August 16, 2013

Closing in on 1 billion Youtube channel views the Reaction News team brings to you TheFineBros, which is a really cool channel on the Tube, where they react in every way possible to viral videos that are mega trending. (To be quite accurate they're at 769,675,475 video views there, and 4,088,227 subscribers as of the publishing of this reaction news article.)

This comes at a time when the world has somehow stood still financially, and appeared to be on hover mode. Long after the economic collapse back in 2008, it seems to have spawned a Youtube revolution of sorts, where people literally didn't mind jumping ship from their day job, to potentially make a viral video team, or possibly go viral themselves while filming their cat maybe.

Times have surely changed ever since the Internet been taken over by dark cloud computing monsters, and clowns in silly suits behind the machine acting like Oz the great.

There's a clue to what this video is about down below - Fun stuff

The celebrities have nothing on reaction videos

Factoids never lie

What we do know is that in order to succeed online today, one must let go of reality completely and of that which they once believed would work for them.

If maybe we all just try on a day to day basis to go absolutely insane behind them video cameras, lose face maybe, and get totally out of character we can hit the jackpot as well there.

This may be so, because in order to stunningly impress the world of viewers in the billions on the Tube like PSY has done, you need to be congo bongo apes banana's while doing it. (Stupid times and era has dawned on us in the After Earth, and shortly after the Gangnam Style tsunami viral wave & Harlem Shake craze trends memes and parodies :)

How's that for some artificial laughter, as the world of viewers get over elated and pumped up with more Exxon super unleaded cyber gas!

Did the world just get enveloped into a digital frenzy of sorts where kids aim to become an overnight success? while playing with their smart phones video games etc...

Is funny now the new trend and in? and do you have to pump your videos up with artificial humor to succeed there on Youtube?

Inquiring minds would love to know if anything at all, because it appears that reacting to videos is the key to making it there for some odd reason for us boring folks who cannot come up with artificial laughter antics or vices. (Man we all need to go to acting school maybe, what are your thoughts folks! all comments are acceptable in the comment area below this article.)

Now that last paragraph made tons of sense before the parenthesis, or did it. Maybe the author of this article is getting really tired of all the BS (Aka digital Bull Shit) online and off. Maybe reality in itself has cracked like a fallen egg off the wall, could it be the Humpty Dupty effect, and who knows really. (or was it the butterfly effect thingy without the egg shells, just shedding some old skin I guess)

Cool downloader thingy $0.0

Funny stuff folks, all it takes is a sense of humor and letting go!

So what's the point of this article

Oh yeah, back to the matter at hand, or shall I say mouse and keyboard. Ummm... It doesn't take a astrophysicist to understand that people like funny shit. I meant funny stuff to watch, pardon my sarcasm.

Yes, of course we are motivated to click the smiley face buttons while staring at the computer screen. So much to do there on Youtube too, you have the infamous subscribe button, like thumbs, (Yay or Nay - That also refers to up thumb or down thumb) social sharing buttons, video embed area, ummm... and so much more, its almost like filling out a virtual job application that doesn't score crap for you, but fills your email inbox with tons of ads that make others rich. (Go figure!)

Where's the humor in that, I guess its the fact that people who make videos consistently and regard it as a online business there, somehow demand for you to click them silly things. Why is that important folks?

Well, it makes all the difference to them Youtube bot programs that are actually stats counters, and logic micro machines which keep track of every move each member there decides to make, even down to the time you spend while watching a Youtube video. Go figure! once more (FBI Style LOL).

You gotta laugh LOL


What next?

If you are serious about trying to play a bit of catch up to potentially go viral yourself, but you lack the artificial laughter machines, screen transitional jokes etc...

Well, then you might wanna think about doing what these characters there are doing, by creating a reaction news team. Oh almost forgot, me and my Uncle had decided to join forces and we did just that. Our video hasn't quite gone viral, but in comparison to all of my dead in the water videos there on Youtube that hasn't went past 20 views in close to a year, well its safe to say that our Reaction News videos performance has shot through the roof :)

You can check it out up above & down below, share it socially if you wish, and even decide to hit that sore thumb thingy. I have also supplied onto this super cool silly hub, the solo video of my uncle going at it in rear form (We are learning to let it go and simply believe in our ability to smile) and when I tell you this information is worth its weight in gold, well you just going to have to take my word for it.

So when does all this end or does it?

Another cool option being made readily available, is for you to also watch an outrageous video made from the TheFineBros channel submitted below this text capsule. They may actually be the sponsors of Kids React on Youtube (Also Teens React) as well, which is a truly successful campaign to take over the Tube's kids reaction views I guess. (Not that funny, but it gets the job done, and you can get a much better idea of the true online potential there of making reaction videos truly has.) Darn redundant terminology!

I'm also supplying here some informative links to useful and relevant articles on how to do this video thing, and in a much more fashionable way. Please stay tuned for tons more articles of this nature to come as I explore my way through Youtube's amazing fleeting potential for us all.

What makes this special reaction news report so stupid is that, in terms of folks who are addicted to it all and are now being called Youtubers.This information isn't new, its just so super late, but who knows it might illuminate the hearts and minds of people who have no idea what makes the Tube tick! (Inquiring minds would love to know) LMFAO!!

Try not to laugh challenge, what a tough thing to do at that

Thanks for watching these ridiculous videos and for potentially reading this wildly stupendous reaction news article

Come drop us a comment anyway and just for shits and giggles if you skimmed through this silly hub article, and simply care to act as if you truly give a blank.


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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @always exploring, thanks so much for the comment and yup anyone can become a overnight success today, its all in who decides to like our videos and tweet about them or socially share them on various networks. Plus riding them viral waves as well :)

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      5 years ago from Southern Illinois

      What would even be better, Nell and i together..NO i don't think so. Making your own video is the going thing, anyone can be a star...Interesting piece Mike.....

    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 

      5 years ago from England

      I have often sat here thinking on how to make a great youtube video. up until now I have no idea how to do it! lol! maybe dance around my house in just a raincoat, slippers and funny mask singing at the top of my voice? Nah, don't think that will work! lol! interesting stuff, nell

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      5 years ago from New York City

      @billybuc, yes indeed bro all it takes is a bit of wise cracking out of control theatrics and a drop of stylish video editing antics & presto your off to super stardum or shall I say Youtube viral heaven :)

      Thanks for the cool comment and I shall be trying my own stupid style videos sooner than later.

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      Bill Holland 

      5 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Creativity and a modicum of talent can take you far in the virtual world....find that unique niche and ride that horse as far as it will take you.

      Interesting,'s a big world out there and it is waiting for you and me. :)

      Keep on trucking buddy and great job.



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