The video that’s become ubiquitous in the digital age is no longer the best.
Instead, it’s the most boring.
It’s like watching a movie that’s about the same movie twice in your life, but you’re not seeing it twice at once.
That’s what’s happened to the video from the 2016 Olympics.
It was the worst video ever, with an average score of 4.2 out of 5.
This year, it dropped to 3.7 out of 10.
In all, there were 856 video clips rated a “dubious” or “mildly dubious” on average by Recode.
That means the average viewer scored the clip 0.6 out of a possible 10.
Recode has done a great job of keeping track of this metric over the years, but the numbers can’t always be trusted.
It can’t tell us if a video is truly bad or merely boring.
And it can’t say whether a video was produced by the Olympics or a private company.
“This year’s video is actually the worst ever, based on our metrics,” Recode VP of content marketing Jonny Young said.
“There are a lot of videos that have done pretty well and they’ve had pretty good ratings, but that’s because they’re so good at capturing the action.”
That said, the video that the average user has viewed has a few things going for it.
First, it has been made by a major Olympic organization.
Second, it was filmed by a professional videographer.
And third, the viewer knows that it’s a good thing it’s so bad.
The video itself is not bad, according to Young.
It isn’t even terrible.
It has some bad moments, but they are few and far between.
What’s good is that it has the perfect amount of “wow” moments.
This video is the best thing that happened to you, but this isn’t the best you’ve seen.
The worst thing that could have happened is if a person fell on the floor, broke their neck, or got caught in the crossfire of the fighting.
These are rare, but every video has them.
Young is quick to point out that the video doesn’t even have to be the worst.
He says that some video clips are simply better than others.
In particular, the most popular video on Recode’s list of the top-ranked videos this year was by a YouTube star known for his series of viral videos about sports.
This is called “The World Series,” and the videos have been watched by millions of people.
The average viewer is likely to be impressed by his videos.
That could mean the video is a good one.
But it also means that there is a real chance that the viewer doesn’t understand it’s not even good.
Young said that video creators are often reluctant to share their work because of a fear of being labeled “the worst.”
“The fear is very real,” Young said, explaining that they may want to keep their videos under wraps to avoid being seen as the worst, or even worse.
“The reason they’re reluctant to let their audience know they’re not the worst is they think they’re going to be accused of doing something bad,” he said.
For that reason, many videos don’t have much impact on the overall quality of video clips.
If a viewer likes the video, that’s great.
If not, then that might be the wrong video.
“What is a bad video?
Is it the one where you are sitting there like a rock and a hard place,” Young explained.
“You can’t see the face of your fellow human beings in it.
You’re just looking at a picture.
Thats a bad movie.”
The worst video The worst YouTube video of the year, by far, was “The Greatest Show on Earth,” by the group Run The Jewels.
The group has been nominated for several Grammys and won a Grammy for best rap album.
In 2015, it released its first album, The Greatest Show On Earth.
It received an average rating of 4 out of five on Recoding’s survey.
But that’s not what matters most.
What matters is how well the video captures the action and what the viewer sees on screen.
This was the video with the highest score of “mixed,” which is when the video captured more than one thing happening.
This kind of score is called a “positive” score.
“It’s very easy for people to see a video as ‘the worst thing ever,’ but they will only look at the score and say, ‘That is the worst thing I have ever seen,'” Young said of this sort of score.
Even when it has a positive score, it may not necessarily have the greatest impact on its viewers’ experience.
For example, if a viewer watches a video that has an overall score of 5 out of 20, then it could be good, but if they watch it with a score of 8 out of 15, it could not