After watching some cool MikuMikuDance videos, it has inspired me to make a Columbine massacre parody animation movie where all my favorite Vocaloids, cartoon and anime characters take place of the originals. And I assure you, the Vocaloid, Cartoon, and Anime characters I plan to utilize have absolutely no relation to the killers or victims whatsoever.
But this is where it gets complicated: you know movies like L'Assault (French for "The Assault"), 9/11 (2017), and I'm Not Ashamed (2016) are viewable on YouTube, right? Well... why are some of these things relating to infamous attacks like the September 11 Twin Tower Attack, Air France 8969, and the Columbine Massacre allowed to be posted on YouTube while others like a mod or a skin for a video game are not?
It's like this: On Payday 2, I've seen Payday Players re-enact certain events or movies with Payday 2's weapons and costumes. Such as Terminator 2 with some available sunshades and the minigun blasting at enemy police units, the North Hollywood Shootout where they use an AK47 outfitted with a drum and the character wears a ski mask to attack police (and I assure you, killing civilians in Payday can penalize your money record in the game). But so far, I have yet to find a video where they re-enact the Columbine Massacre where the characters (who are obviously NOT Eric and Dylan) wear backwards ball caps and use the in-game available Tec-9, double barrel sawed-off shotgun, sawed-off pump action shotgun, and Kel-Tec Sub 2000 to improvise the Hi-point-9mm Carbine.
Speaking of which, what happened to the videos of that Super Columbine Massacre RPG? I searched all over YouTube but they're nowhere to be found.
So what makes Columbine THE MOST GUILTY subject (regardless of whether it's in the form of videos or comments) compared to the other infamous attacks? 9/11's Islamist terrorists or even North Hollywood's High Incident Bandits (Larry Phillips and Emil Mataseranu)?