The nightmare videos of childrens' YouTube - and what's wrong with the internet today | James Bridle

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Writer and artist James Bridle uncovers a dark, strange corner of the internet, where unknown people or groups on TRshow hack the brains of young children in return for advertising revenue. From "surprise egg" reveals and the "Finger Family Song" to algorithmically created mashups of familiar cartoon characters in violent situations, these videos exploit and terrify young minds -- and they tell us something about where our increasingly data-driven world is headed. "We need to stop thinking about technology as a solution to all of our problems, but think of it as a guide to what those problems actually are, so we can start thinking about them properly and start to address them," Bridle says.
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Luuk de Voogd
Luuk de Voogd Yıl önce
I showed this to my mom because she let my sibbling watch yt kids and I already had concerned about it for a long time, but she thought I was just being stupid amd overreacting. She first said it was nonsense and that I was exaggerating again, but my little sibbling (age 4) was watching as well. And when my sibbling recognized the clips shown, my mother started to listen to it. And when my little sibbling started to recognize the goofed up clips at the end, my mom decided to delete youtube kids and only let my sibbling watch real child shows like the ones on TV and Netflix. This video saved my little sibbling's sanity and innocence. Let's thank this guy.
Leila 29 gün önce
Is your sibling okay?
Drisana Singh
Drisana Singh Aylar önce
Xxo Aylar önce
Netflix ain’t any better 💀
Herobrine 2 aylar önce
What’s your sibling’s gender?
Chelsea Barker
Chelsea Barker 2 aylar önce
Beware anything marketed toward children including Netflix etc. People do NOT care about children, they care about making money, period. I was alarmed by the show Cry Babies on Netflix which I was watching with my 5 year old once and had to forbid her from watching it again because these BABIES have am actual SEANCE. Like seriously calling up dead spirits and everything and this is marketed toward babies?! Be wise parents!
Keleasar 2 aylar önce
Make your kids watch national geographic. Doesn’t matter if they cant understand what the narriator is saying,just let them be fascinated with the animals,insects etc.
sunny 👑🎗
sunny 👑🎗 2 gün önce
@Yuki Shirusagi i loved wild kratts when i was younger, it really sparked my love for animals! it was super educational as well, 100% recommend to parents
It’s Abena
It’s Abena 7 gün önce
@Yuki Shirusagi don't mention the name of the LORD GOD in vain!! Ask GOD to forgive u wholeheartedly n HE will
Eva Phillips
Eva Phillips 14 gün önce
Research actually suggests peiple should ban screens entirely before the age of 8. The reason why is because they stunt the child’s necessary development
A Crustacean
A Crustacean 21 gün önce
Just take your kid to preschool.
Beez Wacks
Beez Wacks 21 gün önce
underrated comnment
scrapmommy Aylar önce
In my household we have a “No TRshow..period” rule. At first we thought it was harmless - after all we were very strict to make sure our child was watching kid appropriate content. Before long our 4yr old became interested in watching “open toys” and “family play”videos. An almost immediate change in behavior took place. He stopped wanting to actually have real family play time & anytime the Screen Time limit was up, he would throw the most uncharacteristic, emotional bloody-murder-tantrum I have ever witnessed. It would last well into the rest of the day. Needless to say, it was eye opening enough that we dramatically changed our Screen Time rules. TRshow is OUT! In fact no more 3min instant gratification vids anywhere (prime has them too). We lean toward learning vids like Leap Frog Reading, a limited time period of his favorite cartoon, shows that teach character (like Owlegories or Veggietales) or we’ll splurge on a full length, parent-pre-screened family movie. Bottom line, every parent should watch this Ted talk and take it seriously. I think there’s something to the dopamine release kids get w/these sorts of vids. I’m not so sure screen time is so good for us either - we’re even considering getting rid of the TV altogether. Save yourself a lot of headaches, turn off the TV, pick up a book and start your kids on a path to a love for reading.
Jahnell Rich
Jahnell Rich 26 gün önce
Rachel Brian
Rachel Brian 2 aylar önce
People don't let their children play in the street anymore because they are afraid they could get hurt. Stranger danger we've been told. It drives me nuts because the same parents are happy as long as their kids are inside on a computer. Give your kid access to the Internet and you are literally giving every pervert and freak show access to your child. Not to mention what constant access and not playing outside does to them physically, emotionally and intellectually.
Grace Valdez
Grace Valdez Aylar önce
Sadly I was a victim of this I remember I was watching Dora. Everything was fine at first but then it turned into gore and bloody scenes. I remember Dora was killing boots and her family and eating them. I screamed and cried. Then my dad scolded me for watching that video. I was literally a toddler I didn't know anything. I never saw that video again. Then my dad got TRshow kids. It wasn't better. Those videos were still there and I got more and more terrified. I am a teen now and I still have those traumatic videos stuck in my head. Please parents don't give your child a ipad at such a young age like my parents did to me. You can't control what your child watched because it comes out of nowhere. Whoever did these videos are monsters and terrible people for playing around with childrens feelings like that. I recommend giving your child their iPad at a older age so they know what they are doing. If your child wants to see cartoons. You can always get the nick Jr app or put it on tv, but please don't give devices to your child at a young age.
IzzAnimatez 17 gün önce
I think i have saw that video- I was watching dora/hello kitty vids on yt and then i keep seeing videos of them looking so evil and demonic with red eyes and blood. It's just the thumbnail and thank goodness i didnt rly watched it but i still got so scared- showed it to my mom and thats when she didnt let me watch on yt until i got older.
Tragic Kingdom
Tragic Kingdom 24 gün önce
Uh .....why is TRshow kids allowing any user to upload anything . Do we live in a world with no rules.... Anyone can buy a gun , military assault rifle ---- history of mental illness , drugs whatever it may be . It seems like we are going backwards in life .
K. H.
K. H. 27 gün önce
Yes and there's demonic portal videos masquerading as "horror version" videos.
Dayedra Coles
Dayedra Coles 27 gün önce
@Erika Stone Truth!!! I had found a station on my cable network called "Baby First", and my son LOVES IT ❤️ He learned so much from it, and it broadcast all day and night. They even have activities and toys based on the characters, so me and his God Mother brought him a few, and he's learning songs and sayings (he learned "night night! Sleep tight! From one, and he says it to me and his granny when we're going to bed ❤️ so sweet) and they are VERY educational and safe! I also introduced him to PBS Kids, I personally grew up on PBS as a child and so did my nieces when they came along, and he loves that, too......that's all he'll watch/I allow him to view, and ONLY on television, not on my phone or my tablet.
Erika Stone
Erika Stone 28 gün önce
TRshow isn't just on iPads. It's on your smartphones and tablets and computer. The best advice I could give is make sure the videos your children are watching are safe. Ideally stay away from the React channel, Bright side, happy tree friends, Jacksepticeye, Markiplier, PewDiePie, Robot Chicken, YTP, ect. Also watch your children when they're using their devices. Show your kids PBS kids. Keep violent video games out of the house until they're are 17 years or older.
sovietapples 2 yıl önce
TRshow kids channels are scarier than most horror movies
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas 15 gün önce
@MoonHut TRshow is mostly fine but TRshow kids is likely to brainwash your kids
MoonHut 15 gün önce
Stay away from TRshow kids 😬😬😬
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas 17 gün önce
@Sprockett77 when cocomelon:
Sprockett77 17 gün önce
TRshow kids is scarier than normal TRshow…
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas 28 gün önce
I can't help but agree.
alrtix 3 aylar önce
it's absolutely terrifying how people who don't have kids care more about children's safety and development than actual parents
miss_maple 26 gün önce
It’s part of the grooming process. Subjecting children to horror and disturbing images and concepts opens them up to larger boundary breaches and essentially preps them psychologically for abuse. It is sick, twisted, and calculated. But by whom? Who is fueling these channels? That’s the question.
Mo_X_Kami 11 gün önce
CIA probably
Disdefy ASMR
Disdefy ASMR 11 gün önce
@FellowDan Barber bruh 💀💀💀💀
FellowDan Barber
FellowDan Barber 15 gün önce
I’ll give you a hint: they’re not black or Latinos.
MrSeph 16 gün önce
@enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas these traffickers hire experts for a handsome salary.
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas
enforcer 0, regidrago, regice, and regigigas 17 gün önce
it's the TRshow algorithm, unwillingly...
leslie landberg
leslie landberg Aylar önce
One of the best TED talks ever, and he wasn't kidding when he talked about Facebook and TRshow workers who have to vet these videos being severely traumatized by the work. That's a reality unless you are of a certain very twisted sort of mentality. It will break you.
Alexis Scholtes
Alexis Scholtes 6 gün önce
I couldn't understand why the audience laughed at that sentence. Maybe it wasn't as well known? But like you said, it's a huge issue and anyone who doesn't know about it should learn.
Cammy Things
Cammy Things Aylar önce
This is exactly why I refuse to raise my future children to be "tablet kids". It's so easy to just put a phone or tablet in front of a kid and have it loop videos for hours instead of actually parenting your child. Also, unpopular opinion that's kinda off subject. But I hate the fact the FNAF (Five Nights At Freddy's) is being marketed towards children even though it's a horror game. There's literally FNAF books in the children's book section at the store I work at. I don't mean to sound like a boomer, but I don't believe children should be consuming any type of horror.
Ginkei Junichiro
Ginkei Junichiro 21 gün önce
This, I agree. all my three brothers traumatized me by putting jumpscare and stuff on me and now I'm scared of the dark and loud noises suddenly coming like thunder. Basically, those jumpscare contain loud screaming noises.
:D 28 gün önce
If I was in charge 99% of children entertainment would be banned tomorrow
Woman Mother Teacher
Woman Mother Teacher Aylar önce
No, it's absolutely disgusting and parents think it's harmless. Horror is not something that should be common in a childhood, real or fantasy. Maybe even especially fantasy! The mind is so powerful. And we wonder why everyone is depressed and anxious when we fill our minds with this filth.
Eitan Shirman
Eitan Shirman 2 yıl önce
I feel really bad for the dude. It seems like the audience doesn`t really get the point of his, while he really understands how big the actual problem is. Damn, i wish him luck
Renia E Saddler
Renia E Saddler 3 aylar önce
I had the exact same thought! But Id feel more sorry for the audience members than him. He’s brilliant, but if they can’t see that… their loss, for sure.
EONX 3 aylar önce
They should actually have approved content creators that can upload on TRshow for kids
Saga Anserum
Saga Anserum 3 aylar önce
I'm sure some of them did. After all, interpreting things as humorous can be a defense mechanism, and people were probably thinking a lot about it afterwards.
lemonWedge - Brawl Stars
lemonWedge - Brawl Stars 4 aylar önce
Yeah same
Yesyes 4 aylar önce
Shini Rahman
Shini Rahman 13 gün önce
One time I heard moaning and crying coming from my nephews tablet. I was too shocked to speak. There were little kids in the video crying and moaning for daddy to not kill them. I requested his mother to restrict him with only nursery rhythms or educational videos, or at least make him watch cartoons on tv
Battle Droid
Battle Droid 3 aylar önce
I got mad at my parents when I was a little kid for keeping me off of the internet. But now, I can’t thank them more.
Harrison Moore
Harrison Moore 4 aylar önce
I wouldn’t need a TED talk to know Kids TRshow is an oddity, but the fact they made a video about it seals the deal for sure.
Miye 15 gün önce
The oddity is that there had to be a TED talk about it. Like, adults with children in the social media era need to be told to care for their children. This isn't even a non-evident issue: If your child is watching videos where Peppa Pig's head is being severed you should be concerned. Duh.
Slayer4501 4 aylar önce
This man literally spoke my thoughts about children and the internet
Cheez 2 yıl önce
Someone actually did the world a favour and talked about the “kid friendly content” on TRshow
Spinalice might be a cat
Spinalice might be a cat Aylar önce
@Ice Mario yeah thats 1 thing but yiu cant still see egg opening videos cocomelon and other odd things
Ice Mario
Ice Mario Aylar önce
@Spinalice might be a cat youtube has banned or deleted videos from almost half of all content producers I've watched over past 10 or so years. I've watched at least a dozen videos from content producers crying about their quasi-legal battles with the TRshow Community Guidelines. My saved video playlists are spotted with deleted and removed videos and I mostly like science and psychology and history.
Ice Mario
Ice Mario Aylar önce
@Thomas Piekos they see your antivaxc videos 👀
Deathstroke0305 4 aylar önce
Did it do anything? Unfortunately not
Spinalice might be a cat
Spinalice might be a cat 4 aylar önce
@Thomas Piekos 3 years since this video and youtube still hasnt solved it, and as of now, its worse
Lici Matt
Lici Matt 21 gün önce
I feel his passion about this and an grateful to him for sharing it with us.
Blind Dirge-san
Blind Dirge-san 2 aylar önce
When I was 6 years old I used to watch compulsively very specific horror videos, which made me have really bad dreams, along with a lot of anxiety when going to sleep and when I see what's coming for the next generations it just hurts my heart. This must stop, parents need to take better care of their children
Jennie McPhee
Jennie McPhee 2 aylar önce
This was such a fascinating and well researched, well rounded presentation. Thank you so much, James!
Margaret Manna
Margaret Manna 19 gün önce
Thank you ! I am a grandmother and although my daughter monitors as much as she can, these algorythms put all this weird stuff across to my grand children.
Billy Casper
Billy Casper 2 yıl önce
I feel so lucky that I had been a toddler before the rise of the internet.
You Recommend, I draw
You Recommend, I draw Aylar önce
Me, too!
deer Aylar önce
@a im 25
deer Aylar önce
CaptainCanadianRex 9000
CaptainCanadianRex 9000 Aylar önce
I remember waking up Saturdays watching my favourite shows and playing flash games. The good old days
Small Town Studio
Small Town Studio Aylar önce
Me Too
demon10205 Aylar önce
I feel so incredibly bad for a lot of kids these days. I remember watching just slightly weird TV shows as a kid that traumatized me. I can only imagine how I would turn out and how young kids these day are going to turn out. This is seriously scary.
BLUEPiZZA 2 aylar önce
I’m 17 and grew up in a place where my family was among the first people in the middle east to have an ipad, and I was about 5 when that happened. I am beyond grateful I grew up at a time when animation was not as easy to make so we had to consume media made by real qualified animators and cartoon makers. Now that I’m a little older, I’ve noticed my younger sister and younger cousins (who all had ipads since the day they exited the womb) all have this addiction to their phones and talk about adult subjects which even I still hesitate to talk about to this day. It’s truly a scary world out there and I’m glad we have people like James and other people in this comments section who are noticing this odd behavior in children that are a result of videos like these. I’ve already decided that my future kids will not have an ipad until they are old enough to think logically before making decisions and I hope everyone else does this too. Thank you for this talk James.
L A 2 aylar önce
That is eye opening and frightening because what children see and hear before the age of 8 molds their unconscious belief systems, attitudes, and feelings about their environments and themselves. It takes a lifetime , sometimes, to unlearn and undo the damage. Parents have waaaaay tooooooo much power and control in this world. Parents are creating the children's and society's future.
Michael Conroy
Michael Conroy 8 gün önce
The Denver world airport has murals depicting what is happening, I think if was built in the 80s............good luck
Kaleigh Winn
Kaleigh Winn 3 aylar önce
This is a very important topic and I’m glad this speaker is starting this discussion. To all those sharing your stories, whether from the perspective of the parent or the child, I’d like to mention something. There has been a huge gap in understanding and connection between generations ever since technology really began developing. Even if parents are only trying to protect their kids, this may only lead to a continued lack of communication and honesty between a parent and a child. The child may begin to feel misunderstood, frustrated, and unheard by the parent when they begin to impose rules; I would know, as I experienced this myself. It’s only now that I’m older I can appreciate the censorship my parents put on my internet access. Please, if you are restricting your child’s internet access, don’t explain your reasoning with “because I said so” or “technology rots your brain”. All that will do is further frustrate your child and make it hard for them to see your good intentions. The last thing you want to do is become their enemy, because then all theyre going to do is try to find a way to outsmart or work around you. They will get good at lying and hiding, and will lose trust with you. Please, be honest with your kids, if they’ll listen. You’d be surprised what they’re willing to hear.
kyli hames
kyli hames Aylar önce
my husband and i always talk about how we’ll go about this when our son is older (now 1.5, no tablet, no youtube, probably won’t let him even use them until teen years, at the earliest), and i’m just curious what you think would be good to share? “there is some really disgusting stuff out there” or something of the like? that’s all we can think to say but wonder if that will just spark curiosity
A YouTube Channel
A YouTube Channel Yıl önce
Thank God im a teenager right now.. and i can clearly see the effects on my siblings they literally cry when you take their gadgets
blank 13 gün önce
I wish i was born earlier...
jarnotrulli849 Aylar önce
@A TRshow Channel I'm a year younger than you and I'm also grateful to not be like the iPad generation, and also grew up with those Minecraft YTers, and mostly watched TV (not the modern-day rubbish), and I've never had an iPad.
mello. 5 aylar önce
@MemzFrsh huh. Never thought about those games 🤔
MemzFrsh 5 aylar önce
@mello. bruh you never really know, like there’s a Peppa pig game on Steam
Cold&Dark 5 aylar önce
My sister also cry for phone
Pinkajou Aylar önce
I was scared of the internet for a while when I was little. I was more into books and luckily I didn’t have technology of my own for a while. I would watch cable and Netflix shows. I am so insanely thankful for that fear because it kept me safe from these things. To this day I’ve never turned autoplay on once in my life.
fastannoone 15 gün önce
I made a promise to myself a long time ago, when I was a teenager, that if I ever had children, I would curate any media content they could see. Of course, you cannot control what they see on the Internet; however, you can control what they watch on television or DVD, and through that, hopefully, you can teach them to use other media in a mindful and responsible way. I don’t have children yet, but if I ever have them, I will make sure that they watch wholesome cartoons, such as old Disney series and Hungarian Folk Tales. I don’t care that those are old stuff, at least they were really made with children in mind. Those animated cartoons treat children like children. They are not stupid, they are smart, but they are also kind, and mostly teach children about friendship. Oh, I’m so very glad that I was a teenager when the Internet became widely available, and finally, we installed it in our home.
gabe itch
gabe itch 2 aylar önce
i will forever be grateful that I didn’t grow up in this time…when children are given a device for hours with access to literally anything …it’s horrifying and so heartbreaking because these children and the new generation in general will most likely grow into people without communication skills and more…children are as impressionable as it gets so it is so important they are exposed to the right things, things that teach them good skills and learning, and not brain numbing or even harmful videos.
blank 13 gün önce
I wish i was born earlier...
Mmaaxxiimmuuss Aylar önce
It's worth being aware that the content creators are not just doing this for money, but, like the viewers, also for the dopamine content; they get it from when TRshow tells them that their video was successful on their channel's analytics page.
Hafsah Shadow
Hafsah Shadow 2 yıl önce
This man refusing to play us the finger family song is a wonderful thing. He is a true hero.
Hein Aylar önce
I immediately clicked off the video to go find the family ginger song 😂
Kawaii Universe
Kawaii Universe Aylar önce
Oh Lord I can hear it now. *"Mommy finger Mommy finger, where are you?"* *"Here I am! Here I am! How do you do."* *"Sister finger Sister finger, where are you?"* *"Here I am! Here I am! How do you do."* I am not continuing this. Ahh the cringe.
Kat L
Kat L Aylar önce
It's super groomy to me. The words finger and family make it extremely suspect.
Big Smoke
Big Smoke 2 aylar önce
Yeah but look in the top left corner at 8:03
kiwi 🗸
kiwi 🗸 2 aylar önce
I am grateful for that because I’m afraid of hands
Felix Guzman
Felix Guzman 3 aylar önce
There was a very short period of time where I remember seeing something on YT that was really… wrong. I’ve since learned how to avoid that, but as for my much younger cousins today… well, at least it hasn’t bled horribly onto their personality, but the stuff they watch is at best, low effort and at worst, endlessly repetitive. It’s a matter of time before it gets worse. Seriously, moderate your children’s online time. You should only stop MAYBE at the age of 10, but even that is pretty thin ice. 11-13 is plenty more reasonable, and by 14 years old they should hopefully be aware enough not to fall for these and watch what they feel is actually comfortable or safe. If they’re 9 or less, moderate, and if you see anything suspicious, stop it and explain. I’m no parent, but if I were, I’d absolutely do this.
Kay Reeve - Brain Unchained
Kay Reeve - Brain Unchained Aylar önce
The most valuable TED Talk I've ever seen that faces the future. I will be sharing with parents I know.
FireQueen 2 aylar önce
"Like a desperate improvisation artist, responding to the combined screams of a million toddlers at once" sums up this video correctly! Well said, Sir, well said! ✅ Even if you're human, you'll end up behaving like a machine in the end.
Jennifer Ng
Jennifer Ng Aylar önce
16:32 "Even if you are a human, you have to end up behaving like a machine, just to survive" So relatable.
Zizumias 3 yıl önce
I am very curious, yet very afraid to see what the world will be like when these children of the mobile internet age grow up.
volactic 27 gün önce
@Alf Beef good for bankrupt corrupt company and bad for our culture
Lynne Hamilton
Lynne Hamilton Aylar önce
windows lover!
windows lover! 2 aylar önce
@Zero 4 but some of them will grew out of it im more scared of gen gamma
Zero 4
Zero 4 2 yıl önce
@Whoop_c woggzy nah gen z is fine im more scared of gen alpha
Zero 4
Zero 4 2 yıl önce
@Angie Globetrotter pacified ? They become more aggressive plus show signs of artificial autism.
Random Guy
Random Guy 2 aylar önce
This is why my kids, if I have any, are going to be raised on Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Popeye The Sailor, Classic Disney, etc. I'm already making a stance that my children, that don't even exist yet, are not going to have TRshow for many years after the fact, and are actually going to be raised on the good stuff. The cartoons that aren't meant for kids, like those I just listed above, are usually the better ones, and I'm so grateful that those cartoons are the ones I was raised on.
Random Guy
Random Guy 29 gün önce
@Lynn Doak Oh absolutely. So are Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry cartoons. One Tom and Jerry cartoon ends with them sitting on a railway line ready to kill themselves.
Lynn Doak
Lynn Doak 29 gün önce
Disney is DARK AF
Random Guy
Random Guy Aylar önce
@☔︎𝚁𝚊𝚒𝚗☔︎ Tikkabilla was essentially just a modern "Play School", and the dragon character was a replacement for the old cuddly toys they used to have. Oh yes, Storymakers with Danny John Jules, that was a classic show from my childhood. In my opinion, High School Musical grabbed kids attention for all the wrong reasons. Too much conflicts, lifeless teenage acting that makes 80s teen actors look like solid gold, and a bit too deep of a story that children wouldn't relate to until they themselves are 15 or 16.
☔︎𝚁𝚊𝚒𝚗☔︎ Aylar önce
@Random Guy I remember tikkabilla! It's quite vague in my childhood memories. I rember Justin being on it and there was a dragon. I also remember storymakers, it had the same type of feeling as tikkabilla had. I think that high school musical, although iconic isn't the best for kids brains. I think they could watch it once when they get older as a treat though!
Random Guy
Random Guy Aylar önce
@☔︎𝚁𝚊𝚒𝚗☔︎ I didn't grow up in the 1970s either, so I wasn't "Play School" material. But it has been resurrected quite a bit, like another CBEEBIES programme, "Tikkabilla", having the same windows and the same clock as "Play School" once had. But CBEEBIES shows back then were still better than half of the nonsense we had in the 2000s. I'm not a fan of stuff like "High School Musical" or "Hannah Montana", as I think those are just flat and lifeless. But I would rather watch "High School Musical" on a loop for hours on end than watch any modern children's programing or movies. At least there I'd still be a little sane.
Squigl3z Aylar önce
This is the most honest and helpful tedtalks I've ever watched. I used to have my kids watch TRshow until my oldest got into these scary and weird videos and I locked it down. It's insane what videos slip through the cracks and it's all our fault because we.put them in front of screens and leave them alone . We have to be more active in our children's lives.
Adela Aylar önce
I’m absolutely shocked to learn than parents allow small children to access TRshow without supervision.
Caitlin Romanowski
Caitlin Romanowski 21 gün önce
Thank you so much for sharing your passion so intelligently. It’s high time us parents begin protecting our children from the very platform that we’re learning this information on.
Klára E.
Klára E. Yıl önce
He's right about underpaid adults getting traumatized by moderating Facebook content. It's not funny at all, these people get to see videos of violence and torture out of nowhere with 0 support, they usually last only a few months in the job.
riniks112 3 aylar önce
@Kinga the thought of my son coming across something like that just enrages me
Saga Anserum
Saga Anserum 3 aylar önce
@Buhrewno all that means is that you've coped by dissociating. you've probably got a lack of empathy now. I hope it doesn't cause too many problems down the line; you seem like either someone trying to get a reaction in a childish manner or a pretty young person.
Rick The Snivy
Rick The Snivy 4 aylar önce
My mom once saw a man with an axe and a dog in the can tell what this is and I am really glad that she refused to show me, yes, that man did get arrested long agk
Buhrewno 4 aylar önce
@Duh no u I don't think I would be
Duh no u
Duh no u 4 aylar önce
@Buhrewno you would be surprised by the amount of people uploading cartel beheading videos everyday
mysthic Aylar önce
I'm one of those victims of watching egg surprises when i was a kid, and he's right, i used to watch a ton of egg surprise content like i was addicted to them lol.
Aris Fell
Aris Fell 3 aylar önce
As someone who grew up on the internet, please monitor your kid's content! I never really got this level of content, but through my preteen/ early teens I've seen a lot that people that age shouldn't. Monitoring can be as simple as creating conversations about the content they consume and being involved. I see too many parents using technology and the internet as a co-parent.
Danni Lynn
Danni Lynn Aylar önce
I remember I was at a friend's house and her little brother was watching spongebob videos on TRshow. An auto play video came up and it was a cartoon of spongebob killing patrick very violently/ bloody, etc. Luckily, we pulled the screen away before the 3 year old could see it D:
Cara Furry
Cara Furry 4 aylar önce
One time at Walmart a kids tablet died, and when his mom took it away he started screaming, so she gave him an empty screen to stare at 👀 I think it's less of the TRshows fault and more of those single parents that can't spend any personal time with there child
Sarah Rosen
Sarah Rosen Aylar önce
@Gi_go_83 I hear you and I sometimes see examples of your experience in the shops. However, I am a single parent of a now 3 year old. There are no screaming tantrums when we go shopping nor have there been any in the past. She enjoys helping with the shopping and chatting...and chatting. Yes, I am tired and work full-time. No, there is no screen time in our home. It can be done but you need to lead the way with a clear vision of what you want your family life to look like and then work backwards to what steps and behaviours you need to adopt to get there. You can try joining Present Play for a year if you need help and a support group but it only opens in the spring. In the meantime, get a menstrual cup and save your sanity NEVER needing to make emergency tampon runs again! Never! Life. Changing.
Arbor Matos
Arbor Matos Aylar önce
@Gi_go_83 I was a monster as a child and I'm so thankful I didn't have portable screens to numb my brain. I know parents go through a lot, but please don't excuse technology based neglect with exhaustion.
Gi_go_83 Aylar önce
You’ve obviously never tried shopping with a screaming child who wants to get out of the cart and literally tear the store apart. That’s what toddlers do. If you don’t have kids, you can’t understand that you cannot be a Superparent 24/7/365. Until you are one, you really can’t judge. Parents are exhausted. Don’t shame a poor mom at Walmart, you have no idea what she’s going through or how her day went, or how incredibly stressful it is to keep a child entertained at all times. At a store especially, sometimes to just run in and get milk and tampons you gotta let the kid who maybe refused to nap that day and is cranky watch a cartoon. Give parents a break. You can’t make a moral assessment of this or any other parent by seeing this very brief look into their day. You also know nothing about the child.
rominomen 6 aylar önce
"If you have small children, keep them away from TRshow." best advice i've ever heard in a ted talk
Porky Minch
Porky Minch 4 gün önce
No really my son watched this stuff as a very young kid and it was better compared to the more modern stuff
Adam Thomas
Adam Thomas 7 gün önce
Yeah man when he flat out said that I was like - mad respect.
Jahnell Rich
Jahnell Rich 26 gün önce
Same here TRshow was not originally meant for small children anyway
Shark Island
Shark Island 26 gün önce
@cross counter back then illuminati conspiracies ran youtube it made me paranoid asf 😂
Pctarot 27 gün önce
@cross counter nyan cat doesn't count. Neither does Fred or annoying orange
dritq 2 aylar önce
Overall, I agree with the general point. Although, i do disagree with what has been said about algorithms and machine learning. The people who developed it knew what they were doing. They built an algorithm that makes them money, and unless we decline their views and ad revenue, they don't care to change it. Anyone who works with machine learning on a pro level knows how it works, it's not some alien tech. Glad someone decided to talk about what youtube is doing though, even if he didn't hit the nail on the head with every point.
Ice Mario
Ice Mario Aylar önce
It's not about the money. Only the poor are greedy. The rich have much loftier and more purposeful goals than "paying bills."
Ruben Rivera
Ruben Rivera 24 gün önce
Starting out as a new parent I used TRshow for my oldest (now 3 years). To get a brake and having it in the background. At first he looked at it sporadically, but after a while that was all he wanted to, and I felt it was hampering his development and he got sucked into the TV or pad. So I quit TRshow. I still have a TV or music on the background, but at most it's science shows or kids news program and such produced by Swedish TV. But mostly now a days I play music and instead of putting on the TV, I go out after kindergarten and play with them for 2-3 hours make a foodbox and eat with them outside until it's time to go to sleep. The older one has really started to develop nicely, and is more social and plays better with kids. The smaller one (2 years) didn't get addicted to begin with. It's awesome, we get to have adventures every day, and nobody misses the TV anymore and I have more energy (from 0 to 10%) by breathing fresh air and not being stuck inside with two toddlers where they obviously shouldn't be.
Karl Makhwa
Karl Makhwa Aylar önce
My parents didn't allow me to have a smartphone when I was young. At the time I was somewhat irritated about it, though I really enjoyed reading at home. Ever since I became an adult, I've been insanely grateful about how supportive they were and the boundaries they set. I really don't care that I was made fun of for it. The effect of things like this on me would have been so much worse. I always did well in school and I remember a kid once saying "Imagine how clever [I] would have been with the internet". It didn't take me long to realise that it wouldn't have made me cleverer at all at that age.
Slash Aylar önce
As someone who spends way more time on youtube than I like to admit, I would never let my kids on youtube until they're like 14 yo.
Shashi Sharma
Shashi Sharma Yıl önce
So, aren't we gonna talk about the Absolute *TORTURE* this dude and the guys who helped him to prepare this speech went through to find videos for this TED talk?
Clara Hamiltoon
Clara Hamiltoon 2 aylar önce
Poor guys are probably scarred for life
Amethyst lynx
Amethyst lynx 3 aylar önce
Saga Anserum
Saga Anserum 3 aylar önce
小水青 Little Water Green
小水青 Little Water Green 4 aylar önce
Teague Ricks
Teague Ricks 4 aylar önce
Canadian Idiot
Canadian Idiot 3 aylar önce
As someone with a significantly younger sibling, I already knew about this crap and convinced my mother to remove any TRshow related thing, but it's not just TRshow anymore... even kids shows on like Netflix and Amazon Prime video have gone to stuff that isn't as bad as TRshow, but still promoting unacceptable behaviours. And it makes me mad because now my younger sibling does nothing but act wrongly and get in trouble! It's infuriating to say the least!
RedoLane 2 aylar önce
TRshow didn't exist when I was in elementary school, and even with the most limited video-sharing websites, I somehow found my way into creepy videos which weren't meant for kids. I'd say the issue that kids go through today still existed in some form in the early 2000s, but without a doubt it only got worse with TRshow's multiple changes over the years. My 7 years old nephew in one of his visits just casually opened a recommended video on youtube in our living room's TV. My mind just shattered over the thought that it actually happens and no one really said anything against it. When I was his age, I was limited to TV time even in other places since I was expected to take a part in the conversation, mostly in family gatherings. Even then, it would be weird to watch late-evening anime at someone else's house as I had some sense of shame in me. I'll make sure that once I'll become a father myself, I'll give my child the proper education he deserves, even if it means being hated by him until a certain point in his life.
Orthodox Retrograde
Orthodox Retrograde Aylar önce
When I was a kid I didn’t have access to devices or the Internet until I was 12 or 13 (and that wrecked me as a teenager I wish I hadn’t had a smartphone in high school in retrospect). My friends with small children don’t let their kids use devices and most of them don’t even own a TV. That’s how I want to raise my kids.
Sha 3 aylar önce
I remember my cousin watching inappropriate minecraft videos that were marketed towards children, I told her parents about it but they didn't care about what kind of content their own child was watching. I tried to stop her watching them but she just wouldn't let me. At the end I wish I did something better about it.
N Smith
N Smith 2 yıl önce
My kids aren’t getting any of this ridiculous technology until at least 7. People say, “That’s impossible. There’s no other way to keep them quiet and distracted.” I have one word for those people. LEGOS. 😁
Raf Lopes
Raf Lopes 18 gün önce
7 is still very early. Mine won’t access free TRshow until 15.
Héllen Távora
Héllen Távora 18 gün önce
Playmobil is better
Tomi Berry 🅥︎
Tomi Berry 🅥︎ 19 gün önce
They're just gonna choke on them
icey !
icey ! 23 gün önce
A Messenger
A Messenger 26 gün önce
From experience Id say 17. If I could do it over. I couldn't get my kids away and I waied till 15 as it was. It is actually like a drug 😳 they got very irate when I tried taking it away. So the would do homework or chores.
Tabitha Elkins
Tabitha Elkins Aylar önce
I grew up in the 70's and 80's. My parents were old-fashioned. We didn't get a TV till I was 6 and my older siblings were 10, 12 and 14. I spent much of my childhood drawing, painting and inventing my own stories. My mom always put on the nature documentaries or science programs, like "Cosmos". I'm glad I didn't get brainwashed by violence. Kids nowadays are ending up with pudding for brains.
gauranga1008 10 gün önce
Same here. I grew up in a communist country, where fortunately all this nonsense was not supported.
Kristen Adorno
Kristen Adorno Aylar önce
My daughter was watching a cartoon song show on TRshow kids and all of a sudden she burst into tears and was so scared. I asked her what happened and she said the wolf ripped little red riding hood in half and blood and everything went everywhere. Keep in mind I have it set to limit videos for under 3. My children will never watch TRshow kids again and I completely vet anything they watch. They only get 30 min of screen time in the morning and 30 min in the evening.
~ noomichi ~
~ noomichi ~ 27 gün önce
why do you let your children have screen time period? I don't understand, you're setting them up for failure
Lizzy Lewis
Lizzy Lewis 15 gün önce
I work with kids. we used to let them watch a video or have TRshow kids open for up to 5 minutes as a reward up to 4 times a day. (The kids are there for 6hrs, aged 3 and older) We had to stop because certain kids would freak out when the timer was up, or they would hurry and change videos before the first one fully finished, trying to “trick us” into letting them watch more. No matter how many time warnings and all that they got, it often ended in a child being upset. We no longer use TRshow as a reward. They can choose a song to listen to, but no looking at the screen besides (maybe) to pick the song.
Arquivo 1
Arquivo 1 3 aylar önce
Isso só é uma desculpa preguiçosa para eles censurarem ainda mais o TRshow. A plataforma não deve ser responsavel pela as crianças ou qualquer outro tipo de pessoa.
Randomrye 3 yıl önce
I sincerely hope that he wasn’t logged in when he did the research for this, or else his homepage is screwed.
ssofiae 25 gün önce
Kementiri 25 gün önce
Probably a fake account he created for the purpose of his Ted talk. This guy isn't stupid.
Cori Sims
Cori Sims 26 gün önce
T. Giuliana
T. Giuliana 27 gün önce
Gudok345 4 aylar önce
Ong bro
𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐨𝐭𝐭𝐞 ♡
𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐨𝐭𝐭𝐞 ♡ Aylar önce
I’m so glad I grew up in the age of Ruff Ruffman & Wild Kratts and not traumatized by TRshow.. it’s heartbreaking how these children are being exposed to this type of stuff often times for hours on end without the knowledge of their parents
M R Aylar önce
There’s also a thing called parental controls, and either preventing or avoiding the internet for your kids, is inevitable. They’ll be introduced from other kids in day care/school. Another thing to note is if your kid is curious and asks genuine questions there’s a way to navigate and explain to them in a way they understand it. Kids are more perceptive than you think.
Chef Bambi
Chef Bambi Aylar önce
I always check what my kids watch regular limit internet access because u can't even block on TRshow
M R Aylar önce
@Chef Bambi See, that’s annoying. You’d think by 2022 the algorithm based on parental controls would bet better…. It’s just more unnecessary work for parents, when it doesn’t have to be.
Chef Bambi
Chef Bambi Aylar önce
I did this for my child's tab but weird animation still show up I have blocked so many
frances smith
frances smith 15 gün önce
It's up to us as adults to police our children on the Internet the same as in the real world. I stalk all my grandkids online & make sure the content is appropriate.
Chelsea Barker
Chelsea Barker 2 aylar önce
I read a LOT of comments on this video and I'm surprised no one quoted this: "I don't know what's worse, that we built a system that seems to be entirely optimized for the absolute worst aspects of human behavior, or that we seem to have done it by accident without even realizing we were doing it." This is what the internet has become. The centralization of all human thought which is inherently evil. What else points more blatantly to the fallen nature of sinful man?
Chelsea Barker
Chelsea Barker Aylar önce
@Ice Mario thanks for expounding and I agree. Blessings on your journey ✨️
Ice Mario
Ice Mario Aylar önce
@Chelsea Barker Where I agree with you that the heart of men is evil and that's why we reject Life, Truth, and Love (which are equivocations for God). Where I add nuance is in that these algorithms are heartless or mindless. In reality they represent the heart of their designers. And I think that this is part of your main point. But also consider that Disney MUST actively go after copyright infringements or else they lose proper title and claim to their copyright. People have often complained that Disney is sue happy, but that's a legal decision not a moral one. They HAVE TO sue or else they cannot sue anyone anymore because their copyright becomes null and void. Also consider that TRshow, which is owned by Google, happily stamps down thousands of content creators. They have censored for covid, among other topics. Neither Disney nor TRshow has shown any effort against Elsa and Mickey cutting each other open inside the TRshow kids section. This shows malice, not mistake.
Chelsea Barker
Chelsea Barker Aylar önce
@Ice Mario time for elaboration? If not don't waste it I don't have much for internet convos either
Ice Mario
Ice Mario Aylar önce
I wish it were that complicated. It's actually much simpler and more sinister.
Suga's InFIREration
Suga's InFIREration 2 yıl önce
People: Hitler is one of the worst human beings to ever exist Also people: let's put him in a children's family song and let him fight a skeleton while wearing a bikini. And this is why I hate humanity.
windows lover!
windows lover! 2 aylar önce
@P Berezan ooohhhh...
Нина Цвяткова
Нина Цвяткова 4 aylar önce
No seriously, they literally put a person so famous in the history books for his crimes IN A CHILDRENS VIDEO
This Channel Has Been Terminated By Ohio
This Channel Has Been Terminated By Ohio 4 aylar önce
What's weird is that it seems like an obscure shitpost, not marketed for children and getting millions of views.
Teague Ricks
Teague Ricks 5 aylar önce
You do realize you're part of humanity right
KweenIduna (Ashley)
KweenIduna (Ashley) 11 aylar önce
@StarRocks hello starrocks
Saga Svensson
Saga Svensson Aylar önce
James is my new hero. This was a brilliant speech about a topic I have been addressing for years among other parents. When the screen becomes the babysitter, the parent, the educator, the guide to life and behaviour, wouldn't you want that to be monitored by you instead of leaving it into the hands of strangers? Most parents ar thrilled to leave their kids in front of a screen all day, as it keeps them "calm". I am instead terrified, knowing what it does to small developing brains and within ten years I predict we will see all the negative aspects of this coming with full force from a generation that was abandoned in a sea of strangers and with no understanding that they needed to fight to get out, or given the tools to do so.
Maiya Allred
Maiya Allred 3 aylar önce
I understand why my parents policed the internet when I was younger because I stumbled on some really messed up stuff. And many of my friends had too, they even joking that those creepy pasta videos of children cartoon characters making their childhood. It doesn't and it's upsetting that 1.Their parents didn't care about giving them a good childhood, but a quick one. But 2. They didn't think the bad effects of being exposed to that was wrong
HayleyLovesLife 101
HayleyLovesLife 101 Aylar önce
It’s sad how videos of cartoons and animation that are meant for kids are used for violence etc! It’s ridiculous and disturbing
D73W 3 aylar önce
I'm very glad I never got a internet capable device until I was around 7 or 8. That's still extremely young, but it kept me away from the things that probably would have been legitimately harmful to my development. I grew up on mostly animal planet, David Attenborough documentaries, obsessive viewing of shark week, cartoon network and whatever my older sibling happened to be watching... Kinda a weird assortment but it worked
kiirga nara
kiirga nara 3 yıl önce
"to automatically generate a kid's worst nightmares" that hit home
PHEONIX RIDER-69,420 2 aylar önce
@anilla_md that us secretly part of the algorithm u actually get that comment recommended in relation to your scrolling speed so that when u go to that comment,u read it in sync it has happened me a lot of time (this is a theory)
rai, 4 aylar önce
Ricc 4 aylar önce
@Rainwatcher I remember when I was like 13, a kid 3 years younger than me showed me that show and it absolutely traumatized me. It was incredible that a 10 year old could stomach that much gore😖
Rainwatcher 4 aylar önce
First thing I think of is watching happy tree friends as a kid
another channel that does shitposts, dont mind me
another channel that does shitposts, dont mind me 4 aylar önce
@Sam T at least courage the cowardly dog actually had some effort put into it
Emily Enos
Emily Enos Aylar önce
This! Finding adult content online at a young age led to alot of intense psychological and emotional harm to us that we are still trying to undo and this was even before all of this... Crap was creative
Angelique Stevens
Angelique Stevens 2 aylar önce
What happened to parents actually entertaining their children? I used to play WITH my kids. I watched TV WITH them. I feel sorry for the children raised by cell phones and tablets.
sazzlepop 22 gün önce
Maybe they are working due to inflation and money problems
Siloam 3 aylar önce
Today's technology was originally meant for communication (cell phones). When everything started getting more developed, the meaning of technology became entertainment. But the problem is, ignorant humans will be ignorant humans. So now we're stuck with the garbage that is social media (and it was never supposed to be like this!)
Kimberly Sevastyanenko
Kimberly Sevastyanenko 23 gün önce
I am so, so glad that I grew up without the internet. I was an adult before it really became a thing. Everything I did was active and imaginative. I played outside and created things out of nothing. You don't even see kids outside anymore. It's a sickness.
Acsion42 3 yıl önce
This is horrifying... what are the children raised on these videos going to end up like? Why are parents so insanely irresponsible?
windows lover!
windows lover! 2 aylar önce
They are probaly gonna be bad and those kids that watched those videos will pass on to them and it goes over and over again... They are gonna be immature adults... MinderiaTRshowr content is better than all of those content.. I hope no "kids" video include MinderiaTRshowr...
WhyTheHeckNot 2 yıl önce
@Madison C bingo
Opal Chat
Opal Chat 2 yıl önce
Because they didn't grew up with this and don't know how to deal with it.
Vroushky S.
Vroushky S. 2 yıl önce
@harvey shea on the same boat here as well. I used to strictly prohibited my lil sis to even use a smart phone but my parents wouldnt care and just let her watch those things and even sometimes I got into a fight with them because of it. But now Im in college out side of town and I cant supervise her anymore. It just pains me how ignorant they are as parents
garlic_ bread
garlic_ bread 2 yıl önce
@harvey shea OMGGG IKRRRRR like my lil sis watches these type of horrid videos and when i tell my parents to let them stop her or anything i just get into trouble smhhhh ughhh in the end i just get scolded by my parents my sis would violently scratch me or smt if i took away her tablet *sigh* wht has happened to humanity >:(
Diana Susanti
Diana Susanti Aylar önce
For me as a young mother, I consider TRshow is a nightmare to my little daughter. Really, I uninstall TRshow apps from her iPad and fill it with lots of Child-Safe education apps. If my daughter ask me about something, usually I’ll explain based on her ages and sometimes show some of Ted-Ed videos that could helps me to explain it, sure it’s from my own iPhone. I really prohibit her from TRshow because I know how disturbing most of Kids contents on TRshow. Salaam - DS
Stickman LR
Stickman LR 4 aylar önce
I hate to admit this, but I used to watch these kinds of videos. Thankfully I got over it (somehow) but it just really shows what could happen if you let your child keep watching stuff without your knowledge.
S G 2 aylar önce
There can be a ton of wonderful resources for children on TRshow, but I agree, we cannot let our children navigate these apps alone. Supervision is 1000% necessary.
Scott H.
Scott H. 3 aylar önce
See this is the unfortunate side of all that COPPA nonsense a couple years back. From what I can tell, it was meant to go after things like this, but the side effect was that genuine creations that weren't even remotely intended for children would be targeted as well. It's a difficult game. One thing we can take away from this though is to get rid of or automatically disable that godforsaken autoplay button. It's so obviously meant to manipulate us into giving our time to the site for money, and that's vile.
Poiberry Yıl önce
Being an adult can suck, but in this case I'm glad I grew up with Jimmy Neutron and Spongebob SquarePants
aditi s
aditi s 7 aylar önce
And all those amazing Cartoon Network shows.
Mary Kay
Mary Kay 8 aylar önce
Omg I'm old! Even that was after my time.....I grew up with Inspector Gadget & Smurfs, She Ra & Thundercats 🥰🤭
Suman Ghosh
Suman Ghosh 8 aylar önce
I envy you
SCP 0460
SCP 0460 8 aylar önce
Yes let kids watch quality shows instead of giving them this trash of yt kids
Dinosaurus 9 aylar önce
@Paul Valenzuela Children videos back when I was in 2nd-3rd grade 2012-2014 were actually good.
thegoodscientistsdaughter Aylar önce
Sadly we didn't know what we were doing when we created these things and as a mother of 4 I would say keep your children off the entire internet as long as possible. My oldest 2 had full access. My younger 2 not half as much but really, I wish I had never got the internet at all while raising children.
Mali Zee
Mali Zee 2 aylar önce
Wow… thank u! I don’t have kids so I didn’t really have a clue! I can’t imagine how damaging this is for them! :(
AmoryNora319 Aylar önce
"Desperate improvisation artists responding to the combined screams of a million toddlers at once " wow brilliant
GreenBuncher9 2 aylar önce
as someone in middle school looking back i am glad i was never exposed to the internet until 5th grade. the things i would have watched could have been so bad but my family helped me dodge the bullet on that one
Samy Sparkles
Samy Sparkles Yıl önce
If this TED talk was presented nowadays, the entire presentation would have at least 1 among us related thing per slide
Mohrigami 2 aylar önce
Aged Horribly
Big Smoke
Big Smoke 2 aylar önce
What do you mean "nowadays"? This video was posted 3 years before you commented.
BlunderingFool 2 aylar önce
@Draggy myself Well, you've probably given me a stroke. Good job! XD
Hickory Lemur
Hickory Lemur 2 aylar önce
@CartfrenOfficial 🥕 what about the ones with cup song and other inappropriate references ?
vos no sos lindo
vos no sos lindo 2 aylar önce
or huggy wuggy
wishingonthemoon1 Aylar önce
I knew there was weird stuff on TRshow-but I honestly had no clue about Kids TRshow. This is so disturbing
Carey Barber
Carey Barber 4 aylar önce
If I have a sibling, or son, I would educate them to be weary of this stuff and how to navigate the internet safely. If they are on a video like this, I would be very quick to explain it to them.
Enoch Aylar önce
Im in my mid 20's. Home computers and the first youtube videos were common when I was young. Plus video games. THAT was stimulating enough and I spent about 80% of my free time playing outside with other children. I know what little tech I was exposed to still has an impact.
*✿ Chxryl_ ✿*
*✿ Chxryl_ ✿* 4 aylar önce
watching this, as a child- I'm now thankful I wasn't given access to TRshow until I was around maybe 6 Still have a ruined childhood, though not that bad
Melody Rose
Melody Rose 8 aylar önce
I remember playing with my niece, and she started showing some notably concerning behaviors, but her father always seemed to brush me off or not take it seriously. Found out she was watching videos like this on her tablet, and she tried showing me some of it on my computer. It was incredibly violent horror videos with a children's cartoon filter over it, with gore, monsters, swearing, just things she shouldn't be watching at such a young age. I got into a huge argument with her father about it, because he continued to not take this seriously and now he won't let me see her. He's a tech guy, he should know better and know how to block and police his own child's content, but he doesn't. This problem is a mix of parents not knowing better, or parents that do know better and not caring. It's honestly disheartening.
Everest 🐷  👑
Everest 🐷 👑 4 gün önce
@MemzFrsh ☝️ 🤓
Forrest Phillips
Forrest Phillips 8 gün önce
I had a car accident and got paralyzed from the shoulders down, and my dad was the main one watch my son while I was in the hospital. It was extremely difficult to communicate with my son, but every single time I called my dad, I asked what he was doing, and he was watching TRshow. I begged and pleaded for him to stop letting them watch that, but it was too much effort for him. So my son was basically neglected for one year.
Dru Smothers
Dru Smothers 11 gün önce
@TheBestBoi2004 no, just don't let them watch this disgusting garbage
MoonHut 12 gün önce
@TheLeftHandedArtist CPS doesn’t do anything. In my case, CPS was called because there was domestic violence in the other home.. they did nothing. I still had to get a lawyer and pay an arm and a leg to get my kids out of a bad situation.
Ruvim Pipenko
Ruvim Pipenko 12 gün önce
@MoonHut glad for you and ur kids ✊ more power to you! Keeps need a good upbringing, at least one with the nessesary lessons to make them into decent and powerful adults.
J0lian 4 aylar önce
the first guy i finally agree with my soul. I agree that small children should never go on internet. like back then youtube is better than now. the kids content creator is just wanting money instead of making kids happy or giving them a childhood but no. they just want money and views
Sapphire Jade
Sapphire Jade 4 aylar önce
When I was a young kid, I NEVER did TRshow. Watched a BUTTLOAD of TV. I'm now afraid of younger generations seeing crappy content.😖 No. 1 rule: JUST watch normal TV, NOT TRshow. Or even better, let the kid have fun outside.
Iffy Racer
Iffy Racer 3 aylar önce
When I was little I would watch education programs that had meaning like Noggin ,P.B.S, Disney Jr. Most of the shows taught you life skills, creativity,and how to be a good citizen. However my little brother spent his early days glued to an iPad watching a spoiled 4 year old open a egg.
Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills 3 gün önce
When I had my youngest child in a very traumatic birth which left her with brain injuries, I didn't have the quality time to spend with my then three year old. She was watching all of these repetitive Korean cartoons and she began displaying autistic type behaviours. Lack of eye contact, resisting leaving the house saying she wanted to 'stay at home and watch pororo forever'. She would wake in the night crying for this cartoon. She would ask for it the second she woke up. She wasn't eating her food because of it, dark under the eyes and withdrawn. In the end we just had to break her heart and go cold turkey. It took two weeks to get our little girl back and now she understands that these cartoons make her poorly and if they pop up she will ask me to turn them over. These cartoons and repetitive playing videos are absolute poison for children. It's like crack for children and I say that as a recovered addict. It is that serious. Thankfully she has never come across any of these dark, graphic ones.
Batersky 11 aylar önce
The fact that this is over 3 years old and nothing changed.....
Beroia Studies
Beroia Studies Aylar önce
Well maybe this video made more parents aware of what's out there on TRshow and hopefully caused them to better monitor what their kids are watching
LucidStarx 2 aylar önce
@Dylan Frost No, cocomelon was a thing back then, it just wasn’t as popular
Nooby Ari
Nooby Ari 3 aylar önce
@TheBestBoi2004 they only care about money unfortunately
Clover knows pets ! 🇺🇦
Clover knows pets ! 🇺🇦 3 aylar önce
@SleepyPanda3609 good point
Clover knows pets ! 🇺🇦
Clover knows pets ! 🇺🇦 3 aylar önce
Oh it's changed... for the worst.
Mitchell Fields
Mitchell Fields Aylar önce
I wish everyone would watch this and understand what it means for our future
Zero Elite
Zero Elite 4 aylar önce
Finally after years of youtubers talking about this there's finally a Ted talk about this topic
Jordan Beagle
Jordan Beagle 3 aylar önce
I don't think TRshow was intended to have kids watching videos on autoplay without supervision and yet I assume too many parent's use it as a babysitter
Josiah Ashman
Josiah Ashman 3 aylar önce
This is precisely why I’m glad the most technologically I was exposed to when I was young were movies and tv shows that my parents looked at before me and my siblings watched it.