Explaining the Pandemic to my Past Self Part 2

Explaining the Pandemic to my Past Self Part 2

What would happen if I tried to explain what’s happening now to the April 2020 version of myself?
Part 1 here: https://youtu.be/Ms7capx4Cb8

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63 Responses

  1. Julie Nolke says:

    If you like the video, please share! All revenue from this video will be
    donated to the Official George Floyd
    Memorial Fund and other various programs
    dedicated to assisting people of colour

    • CasaVipera says:

      Actually looking forward to parts 3, 4 and 5.

    • iKennyMcCormick says:

      oh wow, a community channel copy cat minus the funny

    • Olivia says:

      Julie you are funny, but you should stay away from political statements when you don’t understand what’s going on. Defining someone by the colour of their skin is racist. Calling white people privildged is an abusive term – you can’t tell someone that they should feel guilty because of where they were born and who they are. That’s how narcissistic brainwashing works. It leads to self-hate and to people actively acting against their own self-interest.
      Also, please stop making lysol jokes. Trump never said that. The media is twisting words and is doing so to turn the population into professional bullies. It stops being funny when you see such a large part of the population being ‘activated’ to behave like bullies and twist words almost on a weekly basis. This deeply changes how people behave towards each other. It’s another form of brainwashing.
      You really should think a little deeper Julie.

    • Drew Campbell says:

      @Kreepi Krawli I’m going to take a wild guess here and you’re not black.

    • Drew Campbell says:

      @Bryan Ok, but a large number of people are subjected to violence, repression and provocation because of the colour of their skin. Do you think that is ok?

  2. Nevan Dove says:

    I’m in awe as to how terrific the writing is; and the editing no less! One of the most convincing clone conversations I’ve seen in quite some time, with some real-talk messages that resonated with me quite deeply. Thank you for making these!

  3. Eric Kimball says:

    “Have you hit the murder hornets yet?” – I have not laughed so hard in months.

  4. Jonathan Brotto says:

    2020 will be one of those years that will take a whole chapter in the history books.

  5. Michael Wood says:

    “Nothing surprises me any more.”
    Yeah. Just yeah.
    Seriously though, well done for taking awful things we can’t change and making them comic, then taking awful things we can change and just saying “Yeah, we need to fix this”
    That is a real skill.

    • AnimefortheLazyman says:

      Agreed. I was tearing up. Well said.

    • Alyx Millham says:

      Absolutely! I definitely became misty near the end.

    • Anthony Vargas says:

      Today’s Gospel

      Reading of the holy Gospel according to Saint Mark (14, 12a. 22-25):

      On the first day of the Unleavened Bread, when the Passover lamb was sacrificed, while they were eating, Jesus took bread, and pronouncing the blessing, broke it and gave it to them saying:

      Take this, this is my body.

      Then he took the chalice, pronounced thanksgiving, gave it to them, and they all drank. And he told them:

      «This is my blood of the covenant, which is shed by many. Truly I tell you, I will not drink the fruit of the vine again until the day I drink the new wine in the kingdom of God. ”

      Lord’s word

  6. Kate Kramer says:

    “I could really use some good news”. Hard same, Julie from April. Hard same.

  7. mothra lord says:

    Oh dont forget the locusts affecting multiple regions

  8. Firebird says:

    I can’t decide if this is the funniest thing ever or just plain depressing…
    Also i kind of like how June Julie just looks older and more functional than fun. Hopefully that’s a deliberate style choice.

  9. Kyle Hogan says:

    When you see that she is reading Paradise Lost.

  10. piero san giorgio says:

    the Julie from 2021 will come to the one in June 2020 and say : buy guns, train to use them, stock on food and grow a garden in the countryside!

    • Valentina Espinoza says:

      Jokes aside. She should do this. The worst hasn’t happened yet.

    • George D. Marsack says:

      I’ve lived at my current residence for 7 years now… and this was the year we turned up soil and started a garden… not out of a “need to check off an item on the old bucket list” or “I’m bored and want something to do” but rather for “prepare for whats coming…” :/

  11. DPTalk says:

    I love the way you delivered the message in a very intelligent manner, stay safe and love you
    Ps: consider me Julie from the future lol I would like to tell you things will get better soon, I am in China the situation was terrible here, but the current situation is totally different, people act as if they don’t know what’s covid19 🤔yeah to this limit things are fine here and it will be everywhere

  12. Adam Carman says:

    2020: the year that keeps on giving.

  13. Josephine Belliveau says:

    me: oh she made a part 2!
    me: oh… theres a part 2…

  14. Hannah Richmond says:

    April comments: who’s here during quarantine
    June comments: who’s here during curfew

  15. ScytheNoire says:

    I thought 2019 sucked. Such quaint times.

  16. RafukaMillan says:

    You know 2020 is bad when this becomes a series

  17. Cluelesss says:

    Past Julie: it’s soooo crazy

    June Julie: *raises eyebrows* yup…

  18. Bryce Fitzgerald says:

    The Vague Prophecies Time Traveling Julie is definitely the best mini-series of 2020.

  19. Natalie says:

    I have no sense of time in this quarantine so when she was saying what month she was in i had to backtrack a bit

  20. Karla Rivera says:

    I live in a Latin American country, we are located in the current center of the pandemic, which is why we are at the highest moment of infections and deaths. The end of the lockdown looks so distant, every day we hear of the political fights and how the economy is going down. And we are also dealing with a freaking storm that has destroyed houses, left a lot of people dead and missing to the point were we had to stop even the online classes.

    I swear every moth is getting crazier.

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