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A Defense of Commenting ‘First!’ on YouTube Videos and Why People Do It

PBS Idea Channel host Mike Rugnetta looks at the phenomenon of people commenting “First!” on YouTube videos. Rugnetta provides a defense of the habit, and breaks down possible reasons why people do it and even the significance the behavior has on interactions in comment sections. Like a sheet white winter field covered in a fresh layer […]
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