Some people are just insanely creative. We already met Beardyman. Reggie Watts is equipped with a similar set of skills. His web-page labels him as vocal artist, beatboxer, musician, and comedian. His performances are random and often improvised sequences of live looping and colorful vocal outbursts, comprised of sounds and noises and narrating in various accents and (mock) languages.
To appreciate how his talent affects people, one can read the remarkable compliments in the comment section of the YouTube videos of his performances. In a refreshing, albeit rare, contrast to the hatred and animosity mostly encountered there:
- "Reggie Watts is my favorite human."
- "He really is light years ahead of the rest of us humans. I love him. He is a genius."
- "What planet did he come from? We don't deserve this kind of being. We're not worthy."
- "This man is light-years ahead of his time."
- "Absolutely no clue what was happening but brilliant"
- "What a fucking genius..."
- "I hereby nominate Reggie Watts to be Ambassador of Earth, and be first to make contact with aliens should they visit."
- "Reggie is at the end of my rainbow!"
- "I don't even laugh when watching Reggie anymore. I just admire him."
One reoccurring theme is Watts speaking with a British accent reminiscent of a university professor, talking abstract nonsense. Or is it?
"And the important thing to remember is that this simulation is a good one. It's believable, it's tactile. You can reach out -- things are solid. You can move objects from one area to another. You can feel your body. You can say, 'I'd like to go over to this location,' and you can move this mass of molecules through the air over to another location, at will."
"Now, we know that everything here is an illusion and that we are somewhere else. But the cool thing about that is, it feels pretty real. I mean -- you know what I mean? Like, it's pretty convincing. So, big credit to those people working hard there."
Why should you consider reality to be a simulation/illusion? Well...