YouTube as the Stocks: When People Are Forced to Shame Themselves on the Internet Charlie Crist's YouTube Apology Helps Set a Precedent YouTube as the Stocks: When People Are Forced to Shame Themselves on the Internet Charlie Crist's YouTube Apology Helps Set a Precedent
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YouTube as the Stocks: When People Are Forced to Shame Themselves on the Internet Charlie Crist's YouTube Apology Helps Set a Precedent

by Cord Jefferson

April 13, 2011

And because three makes a trend, in 2008, two Florida boys were forced to apologize to their victim on YouTube after flinging a soda into her face at a Taco Bell drive-through. Alas, that video no longer exists.

The new meme: Videos in which you're forced to make an ass of yourself.

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YouTube as the Stocks: When People Are Forced to Shame Themselves on the Internet Charlie Crist's YouTube Apology Helps Set a Precedent