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In which Hank eats Peeps and discusses the genocide in Rwanda.


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Good morning John it's Tuesday, March 6th and I am entirely surrounded by 100 peeps. (in store) We found the peeps. The bunnies count as full-sized right? I think I'm gonna get the bunnies, cause they're kinda more swallow-able. They look more like a shape that won't choke me to death. I've just discovered something very interesting, it says that four bunnies are 31 grams and that they contain 33 grams of carbohydrates. There is actually more sugar than there is bunny in these bunnies. Good news on the cheapskate front, each of these things is only 99 cents. So I'm going to get out of the store paying exactly 6 dollars.

So now target has 6 of my dollars and I have 100 of their peeps. I would also like to announce that I have completed the first Brotherhood 2.0 book club book. Yes, I finished We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families by Philip Gourevitch and since I don't have time to discuss that and eat 100 peeps, I'm going to discuss the book while eating 100 peeps. On your mark, get set, go.

Now there some discussion on brotherhood 2.0 about We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families and how it's a book designed to make you feel guilty about something that already happened and there's no use crying over spilled milk. 1 gallon per every dead person, 800,000 gallons of milk. But what Philip Gourevitch's book was really about was understanding that something happened in Rwanda. Something very significant on a world-wide scale. Unlike eating peeps.

I only ate half of this one, why did I do that?

Beyond acknowledging it, it's about understanding how something like that could happen. I mean, in a matter of days 800,000 people were killed. All you have to have is the right cocktail of International indecision, local alcoholism, long-term racism, and a couple of inflammatory people with control over the media and it is absolutely possible for completely normal, healthy people to become genocidal maniacs, to commit the worse crime that so far humanity is capable of committing. It wasn't just bad people killing bad people it was a bad situation and that when we can recognize those ingredients being poured together in the stew again, we can put a lid on it before the fumes reach a nation-wide fervor and create a another genocidal scenario. World governments need to recognize that it's possible and that individual citizens need to recognize that it's possible so that they can pressure their governments.

Blah. (cough). That's not me almost puking, that's just the bad taste of the peeps. Oh, 5:16. I'm not going to be able to finish this one. It's too late, I'm so glad. 6 minutes is up. That peep was just sticking to my finger, and I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna eat this half a peep. I had that many, which honestly I think is pretty good. (burp) I'm feeling kinda jittery. I really haven't eaten anything else today, that is, that is all I've eaten, that is 100% of the food I've eaten today. It doesn't feel very good though. I can't I can't see, huh hu- I hate their little eyes. So now I have to go online and contribute 87.5 dollars to the Brotherhood 2.0 foundation to decrease suck levels worldwide. Think what we could do with that money! Plus the 20 I already donated and plus the 20 you already donated, that's like 127.5 dollars. Whew! Um, this video is longer then 4 minutes please do not punish me because I'm doing a punishment and we haven't made that an official rule yet. But I'm making it a rule now, from now on videos must be less then 4 minutes and this is the last one that will be more then 4 minutes. That is a rule as of tomorrow, which is when I will see you.

(After logo) Who wants peeps? (Shakes head and Peeps fly up under glasses) (Random sped-up gibberish)