Projekt Melody (Virtual Model) - MGTOW
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Russell and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, Have you heard about Projekt Melody. I first heard a passionate rant by Raging Golden Eagle. He took delight in punishing those cam girls by explaining to them why Projekt Melody, the interactive anime camgirl sensation on Chaterbate got on the front page on the platform. Sandman please discuss her and maybe build on the argument of RGE. Thanks." Well Russell thanks for the donation and topic request. But before I get to it let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor ABC Circuits: Anyways, now back with the show. For those of you that don't know Melody is created by supposedly a twenty year old Japanese woman using a motion capture suit. According to a Vice article that came out recently the so called real melody is apparently twenty years of age and she had to prove to Chaterbate that she's a real girl that exists in order to get a channel there. Raging Golden Eagle has a valid point when he says that washed up cam girls that are about to hit the wall can also use motion capture and their careers can live on after they pass their mid twenties which seems to be the age that cam girls start losing popularity. Plus they would have the added benefits of privacy so no one would recognize them plus they could keep doing this business well into their thirties and god forbid their forties. Raging Golden Eagle is getting a Raging Golden Hardon seeing those thots suffer. But Raging Golden Eagle while it's a great idea these women do what you suggest, the real issue is these women don't have the technical ability to pull it off. You also mention a guy on twitter defending the idea that creating Melody is a difficult thing and the cam models need to stop complaining about how hard their jobs are. But we all know why they are doing this. They are crying out for help hoping that someone will ban Melody because she is hurting them. Ironically banning melody would only hurt the real life woman that is behind her. Of course we don't know it's only her. It could be a team of people working on her to see if it's a viable business model. With all the attention so far it looks that way. As of scripting this video 34,000 people have started following her on the cam site and her Twitter following is over one hundred thousand people after only a week.
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