What has been your creepiest encounter on websites like omegle chatroulette?
Let's just say the creepiest experience I've had on Skype was when an individual began to show me their breasts. I was completely taken aback and just sort of froze. I thought, Whoa, what are they doing here? But then they explained it to me later in person, and then they asked me to just tilt my head towards the right or the left a little bit so that my elbow could rest on the left breast. I did that, and then they went back to just their original chat window, and then they started laughing. It was quite the laugh. I honestly believe that this is the most talked about part of the chat, and I'm sure other people have their own unique creep stories. I don't remember the exact number, but I'm pretty sure it was several thousand. I don't think it affected my decision to stay on Skype that much, because right away I knew this was not the kind of chat I wanted to be a part of.
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I'm going to take a moment right now to introduce you to our guest, and that is Ryan Sutton. You may know him from his YouTube channel, or you may not, but if you don't, he certainly does, he's a YouTube star.
So in that moment, I had the opportunity to do two things to get to know him better. Number one, I got to spend an afternoon with Ryan at my house, in the United States. And Number Two, when we met, it was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. I felt like I stepped out of a Stephen King story, into that chat.
So when it came time to ask questions, Ryan had millions of them already prepared for him.
So Ryan, I had a question for you. Do you guys ever feel like a video game show or a game development company? What do you think a typical day is like for you at Skype?
Ryan: I don't think we're a game company.
So let's say we are a game company.
So let's say we are a company.
So what do you have to offer other than what you already have?
So let's take Skype Video, the video calling product. I'm an investor, so if the app is any indication, the focus will be exactly on driving the monet