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Myth shares perfect response to viewer who asks him to “open his eyes”

Published: 29/Dec/2019 23:46

by Eli Becht

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TSM streamer Ali “Myth” Kabbani had the perfect response when a viewer asked why he doesn’t open his eyes up all the way.

On any given day as a streamer, you’re going to be bombarded with questions and some of them can be incredibly weird.

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When somebody has thousands of unique viewers a day, there’s bound to be something interesting that pops up during a stream.

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For example, Team SoloMid streamer Myth was questioned about why he doesn’t open his eyes up, which is a strange question for sure, but he was prepared with the perfect explanation.

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“When I open my eyes I look like a f**king crackhead, alright,” he said. “That’s why they hang low because when I do this I look like I’m gonna eat your f**cking face off some bath salts b*tch.”

It sounds like this isn’t the first time Myth has been asked a question like this considering he had this explanation teed up right away.

It’s hard to imagine any world where Myth’s chat expected that type of response, but that’s exactly what they got.

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That said, he does look a little spooky when he opens his eyes up all the way, so we can’t blame him too much for not wanting them exposed like that all the time.

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Myth is easily one of the most entertaining streamers on all of Twitch so he treats his viewers to comedic moments like this on the regular.

In fact, the entire TSM house is full of entertaining streamers. Both Hamlinz and Daquan have massive audiences that watch them, even if they haven’t been streaming regularly

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For much of 2019, Myth was the only one that consistently streamed out of the group but going into 2020, the whole house vows to commit a lot more energy to streaming, with Daquan saying he has big plans for the year.

This is only good news for Twitch viewers so let’s see if they are able to deliver on their promise.

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Marques Brownlee explains why he’s ‘not convinced’ by the iPhone 12 Pro

Published: 14/Oct/2020 14:19

by Jacob Hale

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Popular tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee, also known as MKBHD, has explained why he’s not completely convinced by the new iPhone 12 Pro following Apple’s big October 13 reveal.

During the reveal event, Apple unveiled a number of new products, including the HomePod Mini and new MagSafe accessories, but the star of the show was, of course, the new iPhone 12.

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They revealed four new models of the iPhone: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, each with varying specs, sizes and prices to boot.

Naturally, the iPhone 12 Pro (and it’s Pro Max variant) are looked at as the premium options, while the Mini is smaller and cheaper — but Brownlee isn’t fully convinced by the Pro model.

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The iPhone 12 Pro might not be worth the extra costs, according to Marques Brownlee.

In fact, as he says, it’s not even through any fault of the iPhone 12 Pro itself — but because of what else is on offer.

Though he hasn’t yet been able to get hands-on with the new products, Marques says that the Pro model is actually not all that great in comparison to the standard iPhone 12.

“There’s a lot of really cool stuff in here,” he said when talking about the new range of phones. “I like a lot of what they showed. In fact, I think a lot of iPhone 12 is so good that it makes the 12 Pro a little bit less of a convincing buy for me.”

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Obviously, with four new iPhone models on their way from mid-October, buyers will have various reasons for investing in each. Those who want the biggest screen will opt for the iPhone 12 Pro Max, while those who don’t need as much firepower might look to just the iPhone 12 Mini and its lighter approach.

The standard iPhone 12 is packed full of solid specs and good features — and might, like Brownlee says, render the 12 Pro somewhat useless, for how little improvement it offers. That said, he does also add that he’ll likely opt for the Pro Max version regardless.

We’ll have to wait a little longer to get final verdicts on the new iPhone models, but if Marques’ initial thoughts turn out to be accurate, saving money by opting for the standard iPhone 12 might be the best option.

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