Who else remembers Disney’s Dog With a Blog? In 2015, the lovable Stan revealed he had the ability to not only use a computer … but blog. It catapulted him into the world of celebrity and earned his site millions of views. Then, the novelty wore off and the blog economy collapsed, killing an embittered Stan’s ad revenue and ending his once influential career. But now Stan is back in the media game! And he has some deeply uncomfortable things to say about Anatolian Shepherd Dogs on YouTube.
Describing himself as a “breed realist” and a “reactionary against the socialist sheepdog notion that all pets are equal,” Stan has been railing against the supposed “violent tendencies” and “sub-par intellects” of many dog breeds in videos that often last over an hour. The former dog with a blog also pulls from fields as disparate as history, philosophy, economics, and sociology (inaccurately pulling, we must stress). Worse still, he uses terms that even hate groups recognize as blatant dog whistling.
These videos are loud, rambling, and often incoherent. However, he still manages to accumulate huge view counts thanks to YouTube’s questionable algorithms, and a small but passionate fanbase. Stan also routinely conducts fundraisers and sells overpriced merchandise. He claims that the money is needed to maintain “a strong bark in the independent media” (even as he’s seen wearing luxury dog collars and dining on filet mignon). So much for being a good boy.
While many are shocked by this development, long-time critics have noted that Stan always harbored a grudge against Pomeranians, was deeply prejudiced against cats, and espoused the reproductive superiority of Poodles even when he was blogging about acceptance and personal growth. Regardless of how long he’s held these beliefs, it’s clear that Stan’s immense but brief fame went to his head. Sadly, Stan is now willing to do or say whatever he must in order to maintain the illusion of relevance—even as canine academics dismiss his ideas as “having no basis in reality.”
Is Stan from dog with a blog a real dog?
Kuma, a dog who played “Stan” on early episodes of Disney Channel’s Dog With A Blog, and later appeared in Nick Jr.’s Mutt & Stuff, has died. He was 16 years old (just shy of 17) and suffered from complications from a recent stroke.
Where is the real Bartholomew Kuma?
Some point afterwards, Kuma got surgery from Vegapunk where he had his personality supplanted with that of a robot so that he can become PX-0. As a result, the real Kuma is considered dead and he is now a robot that serves the World Government.
Was Dog with a Blog Cancelled?
Disney Channel has cancelled Dog with a Blog after three seasons.
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