Oh, one more thing. What strikes me about this vid is that he is in the mainstream, and we, thank goodness, are not.
We might fight like dogs on this forum over the details, but we really do share more in common than we disagree on.
When I went BPing recently in the Zaleski State Forest, I saw several Boy Scout (and other) tents at the main BPing campsite, and they all looked exactly like the Tent Dude's, even though those Boy Scouts had to trek 17 miles into the forest to get them there.
Occasionally, one of them would wander into my campsite and say something like, "Is that a real tent?" I would let them get in, and smile as they curled up on my sleeping pad. "21 oz," I said to the dad, who was always standing near by. I could see the hunger on his face. He's the one who had to carry the tent 17 miles.
Despite the Tent Dude's hippy beard, we're the rebels, not him.