Discovery Family Lays off Hub Employees - Neil Answers questions by


Earlier today, the Hub officially left air forever, and became Discovery Family. This was accompanied by another piece of news coming from Neil, an editor for the Hub Network. That news being that "everyone" at the Hub has been laid off by Discovery. In the following hours, Neil has answered plenty of questions about the situation, we've compiled the screencaps below.








Neil was responsible for posting the unaired "My Little Joanie" April Fools video yesterday.



Neil has also mentioned releasing more unaired materials this coming Friday, telling followers to "stay tuned". 




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  1. When big company changes are made, no one thinks of workers. If only there was a law that ensured their immediate re-hiring by the new owners... not in MY Capitalizmland, I guess.

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  2. I wasn't prepared for what I saw when I typed that vimeo link. Creepy as fuck, and I'm almost certain that the key demographic of MLP (i.e. children) haven't a clue who Joanie and Fonzie are.

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    1. I'm pretty sure The Hub aired Happy Days, so they'd assume kids may have seen it there.

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  3. vimeo.com/91375330 is dead

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  4. His Twitter account is GONE. Repeat, GONE.

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  5. At this rate, some fan is going to go so insane from this that he thinks that it's probably going to take an act of terror by the fans in order to get these corporations to start respecting us again, and giving us what we want. And no, I'm not condoning what I said. I'm only speculating what some nutjob fan is going to end up doing.

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  6. Is http://vimeo.com/90603983 the same video?

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    1. No, that's one that was released back in april. The removed one was only uploaded recently and then removed.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhBeZZobUKg&feature=youtu.be

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    2. Holy shit! How terrifying

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