I want to start by saying that I envy this guy's ability to laugh at his handicap, and enjoy life regardless of how much more difficult his blindness may make it. It's awesome that he has nearly 240,000 people subscribing to his YouTube channel. That's basically the epitome of squeezing every last ounce of lemonade out of whatever lemons this dude was able to find using his enhanced senses to hear them fall from the tree. I like this guy. In fact, it's pretty impossible not to. That's why I really have to question every sadistic bastard that made it all the way through this video.
I simply could get past the second car door before I felt the need to call it quits. This guy is way too nice for me to sit there and watch him struggle to draw pictures that resemble something I would create with my left hand after consuming a 12 pack and a bad batch of mushrooms. Talk about a catch 22. It's a good thing only watching a quarter of the video still counts as one whole view, because as good as his intentions were, I couldn't watch it without feeling bad. My original angle on this video was going to be that at least this guy has a valid excuse for being a shitty drawer, but then he smiled once and I instantly felt regret for even thinking about being sarcastic. I did some research and it turns out his other videos are far more enlightening, and apparently he's famous for being the blind movie reviewer, but if you can sit through him hopelessly trying to draw a car without apprehension then I think - against all odds - I am a better person than you. Not him obviously, but definitely..eh...probably...well...maybe you.