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Great Job, Internet!: Read This: The loud, flashy world of YouTube slot-machine videos

Like most large internet platforms, YouTube is home to any number of strange, esoteric subcultures whose ways might seem incomprehensible to newcomers or outsiders. Writer Kelli McDonald explores just such an eccentric group in a piece for The Daily Dot called “Inside YouTube’s Neon Hive Of Vegas Slot Machine Videos.” As McDonald discovered, there is a thriving community built around videos of people playing slots, usually in Las Vegas.
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