This was great to see compared to all the other "xyz destroys heckler" videos on YouTube, half of which seem to have a weird sexist undercurrent to them, or are just not funny. Can't wait to see him live.
I'm reminded of the opening line of A Tale of Two Cities. "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times," I sort of think that even if we do live in a culture of hyperbole now, it was probably happening in Dickens' times as well, considering he's poking fun at it. Then again maybe they really were the best and worst of times back then, I suppose the French revolution was a very big deal.
I would say that the internet is a vault of humanity. Unlike the other, more selective archives people try to restrict and make more exclusive, the internet - as a whole - is an archive of everybody. It's an archive of the people who want to refine what on the net is relevant to humanity, and all of those people who want to post whatever they feel they want to. It's an archive of both the censor and the censee, and I think that the two of them together... is everybody.