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Adam Something is a Commentator
 
Adam Something is from Hungary
 
Adam Something is male
 
Adam Something created their account in 2013
 
Adam Something is a Content Creator on YouTube

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Adam, better known online as Adam Something, is a Hungarian leftist commentary channel who uploads videos about politics and various forms of technology, and there are various responses to various people in politics and on the internet. Some of the examples people who are responded to are CGP Grey in a video about solving traffic via self-driving cars, and some other examples are responding to various ideas by Elon Musk, Ben Shapiro, and PragerU.[2][3][4][5]

Most of the videos that are responded to tend to be from people from the Conservative or right-wing part of the political spectrum, indicating that he is from the far leftist political spectrum. There is also a focus on urban planning and city building in his videos, in various parts of the world. He is not in favor of free market capitalism[6] and is derisive of Anarcho-Capitalism[7]. Many of the videos are made with a voice over with various images, but the Question and Answer video, as well as in his video "Commie Blocks Are Pretty Good, Actually", used his webcam. The playlist tab has only one playlist, called Elon Musk Related[8], and his channels tab are blank, and the community tab is sometimes updated with updates about the channel such as a Discord server, polls, etc. He dislikes the city of Dubai[9] and Hyperloops[10], and is in favor of rail and urban mass transit[11].

His most popular video, "Dubai Is A Parody of the 21st Century", went viral in August 2021 and reached 9 million views, but was removed due to copyright. It was then re-uploaded and has since received 2 million views.

Subscriber milestones

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 100,000 subscribers: August 11, 2021
  • 200,000 subscribers: August 14, 2021
  • 300,000 subscribers: August 15, 2021
  • 400,000 subscribers: August 20, 2021
  • 500,000 subscribers: September 2, 2021

References

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