Words cannot describe the billion thoughts that have just bombarded my consciousness. However, I will attempt to elaborate. I’ve just read a few articles, online sources about this phenomenon.
What an incredible ingenious idea by the “17-year-old Russian named Andrey Ternovskiy!” I absolutely love this website, simply because it is entertaining. I do not watch television, I do not spend more than an hour-on average-per week “chatting” online; I’m not big on telephone conversations; I do not frequent bars or clubs…you’ve gotten the point, yes? I find Chatroulette to be the entertainment I crave for this moment in time. Please note, “moment in time.” Chatroulette had us (my finacé and I) addicted for over an hour! We were completely caught in the moment…GLUED to the screen! Gambling isn’t quite my cup of tea, but roulette-ChatROULETTE? What a thriller!
What I want to convey is not the sufficiency of this site in satiating our thirst for entertainment, but the pragmatic use of this website.
Consider the potential applications of this anomaly!
A yoga network…?! A resource for niche groups! With proper monitoring, this site could truly be beneficial in a multitudinous way!
I am very pleased to have been introduced to Chatroulette and am even more pleased to have been provided the flood of inspiration.
I’ll give only a brief mention to the foulness that has bombarded this website, and is perpetuated by the individuals who succumb to it’s allure for these circumstances allowed…I can’t say I’m impressed, nor am I surprised.
My father gave me this advice time and time again: when the “bad” comes in, the “good” gets pushed out! My question is: Can we use this roulette for “good”?
What do you think?
Letting strangers in via webcam?! Yay or Nay?