Alright, deep breaths and get ready, because I have a LOT to say and none of it good.
As I see it (and ymmv):
1. As someone born in 1993 and raised by Boomer parents, allow me to preface my critical screed by apologising on behalf of this misguided, developmentally-challenged, self-absorbed, and frankly foolish member of my generation. Everything about his performance in this video is utterly pathetic, shameful and embarrassing. Thankfully, there aren’t too many of us like him. I feel so sorry for his mother.
2. Wolves do not wear collars & tags. Not even in captivity. That’s the provenance of a domesticated dog. If one is going to role-play as a particular animal with a view to immersing inside an anthropomorphic fantasy, it is probably better to maintain accuracy where possible.
3. Running—well, more like desperately puffing and scrambling and flailing—through the woods dressed in cheap costume jewellery, tight skinny jeans and Converse is not it. Take it from me, a lesbian born and raised in the rural backwoods. At least take off the dangling pendants, and get you some heavy-duty boots with tread and a pair of roomy combats before you hurt yourself, boy. Plus, stop clomping so carelessly around and disturbing a living ecosystem with your RP bullshit, you’re scaring the wildlife and damaging fauna.
4. 90s kids & babies were not supervised enough online, and here is the proof. Looking back on my own lost days as a nerdy lonely preteen using the Wild West late-90s message boards, I myself remember blithely chatting to certain users who were clearly much older than me, who had some anti-social and warped beliefs or values or kinks, and who likely had nefarious intentions for knowingly talking to a minor online. I imagine that had I prolonged or deepened these connections, they would have had highly detrimental effects on my development into adulthood. ‘Naia’s’ suspiciously-specific disclaimer that the KinSpot mapping feature on his website does not allow minors to use it is...interesting.
5. Sidebar, I am curious to know exactly why our subject so vehemently rejects the label of ‘hacker’; suppose he finds it offensive, like being called a ‘white male autogynephile weaboo’. Also, I wonder with which colour ‘hat’ of hacker he would most closely align according to his activity. By loose definition, I optimistically assume that he is either a ‘white hat’ or ‘red hat’ hacker, considering that he seems ethically to favour security-based activity.
6. How is a ‘third-party dream’ indicative that your alleged animus inhabits some other body of a different species? How is *any* dream, recurrent or otherwise, substantial proof of that? How does someone who’s intelligent enough to program computers and build digital locks for a living fail to grasp the accepted biomechanics and psychometrics of sleeping and dreaming?
7. “That is me. I don’t know how, but...that energy, that entire form EMBODIES me.” This is another way of describing possession. Prior to this comment, he describes the symptoms of disembodiment. Not to mention he lives the rest his waking life outside the woods at obvious and stark avoidant remove from most other people and animals, instead choosing to exist in part through a virtual avatar. But that’s none of our business.
8. “No-one wants to be a wolf when it’s time to do ‘Wolf Shit’, like tearing apart a defenceless animal”. Neither does he want to, unless he has a taxidermy hobby he isn’t disclosing. If one truly felt a cerebral or cellular accordance with a canine or vulpine creature, surely one would elect or even need to communicate and behave like such a creature moreso than as a human, i.e. by eschewing human speech and diet and clothing and domicile. We see this clearly in the clinical presentation of so-called ‘feral children’. This man, however, applies and wears makeup, sleeps in a bed with washed sheets inside a house with high-security digital locks, keeps a fridge stocked with herbivorous foods, and prioritises a relationship with a computer—hardly a wild thing.