What are you weirdest funniest moments on chatroulette of omegle?
Please don't be that person.
The thing is, most of the time the people on omegle are really funny. But some of them are really weird. That's where the magic happens. I'm going to show you three cases: an ex-gay person, a 24-year-old woman and myself.
In the first case, the poster was an ex-gay person. The poster described his or her experience in helping people get off omegle. And in the video below, you'll see the person who created this anonymous video chatroom describes a middle-aged man who was extremely unresponsive. In fact, he looked very ill. And the video chatroom had become a haven for this man to vent his inner demons. So the operator decided to open the chatroom and give the man's side of the story. And you can imagine his surprise when he started listening. The operator began to tell this story. The operator: And then suddenly, all of a sudden, this guy's posture started to shift. His shoulders went up and down, and he began to intone this strange language. And this was just the first of many examples that we would see that this was not a video chatroom created merely for chat. This was a place where people were actively plotting how to kill somebody. And this was happening all around the table. And the operator continued: the operator: and then the woman next to me said, That's pretty creepy. The fact that she had just listened to our conversation made all the difference that we needed. This was not a chatroom created merely for chat. This was a place where people actively plotting how to kill somebody. And that was the creepy part. The problem with killing somebody in a chatroom is that it's not really cemeterial. It's not really someone's grave. It's not really his grave. So, unfortunately, the media often doesn't cover this, and unfortunately, unfortunately a lot of the population does not understand that this is happening all around you. This is happening all around you in real time. And when you don't do something today, it is not necessarily necessarily necessarily necessarily that you later regretted it. So unfortunately, the internet today If the guy had just killed her, and that would have been it. He would have gone off into the sunset.
The thing that I want everyone to understand is that we can prevent these types of things from happening if we all start thinking holistically about cyberspace. If we all start valuing this area of life, of people's lives, like we value our food or our clothes, then we can prevent these things from happening to us. Because at the end of the day, cyberspace is all about control. At the core of it all is a global internet multinational corporation that we all depend on to run our lives. And we all want that control back.