Brian Tong's Viewer Feedback Special Video
Brian Tong's Viewer Feedback Special Video Transcript
-Oh hey there, guys. I'm Brian Tong and you might recognize me as one of the host of CNET shows like the Apple Byte, Googlelicious, and Prizefights, and I know we'd really be nothing without you. Now through the years, we've received thousands and thousands of emails and tweets from you, the viewers, and we wanted to share with all of you your comments and stories that continue to make us better each day. -Why do you have a show? You are so annoying. Seriously, did CNET lose a bet? -Brian Tong looks like such a [unk] to hang out with. -Brian Tong is annoying and has dumb jokes and is hard to look at? Wish you could change him. -I'd like to touch you, Brian. -Does Brian Tong have to be a d-bag all through the video? -CNET are so full of [unk]. You remind me of TMZ. I like TMZ. -Like I said, we really appreciate the feedback. -You may wanna consider moving the Justin Bieber autographed photo on your side board to another position in your office so it's out of the camera shot. -Brian Tong, you are an Apple brainwashed idiot. -WTF is wrong with Brian all of a sudden. Just hating on Apple, and sucking the Android [unk] POS. -A lot of you also appreciated our editorial integrity. -Whoever made the background music should make porno background music. -Dear Brian, I must say I had to remove your podcast from my home because of the very strong sexual content and innuendos you so enjoy expressing like saying that you had intimately touched all the prizes on your last cast or licking the phone. I had to explain to my daughter why you had your iPod cables in your pants, oh. -Brian Tong is not funny, was never funny, and will most likely never be funny. -Like how old is Charlie? He looks like a billion years old. However, he still rocks. -This oriental guy is a real [unk]. -Jim, is the [unk] man. That's right, I am. -And it's comments like these that really warm my heart. -I feel like the show has been scraping the bottom of the barrel in terms of gaining viewership. Having sex in the back of a station wagon was not Apple Byte's best moment. -Hey, I'm Blake, that kid you met at Nike store in Bent. It would be awesome if you did a shout out for me in the Apple Byte-- Hi, Blake. -OMG, please, please, please Brian, leave the Apple Byte. I hate you so much. Please leave forever. -Finally, guys, finally, we've got a good one. I know it was tough, but we got one. -Apple Byte is great if you are 15. -All right, that's gonna do it for this show until next year. We're going on a holiday break and we'll return after the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas around mid-January, so don't worry, we didn't go anywhere. And all of us here at CNET just wanted to say, thank you. I'm Brian Tong and we'll see you guys next year.
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