I can see where people would misinterpret the video, and my problem is that people really mad about the way it came off were treated as "triggered snowflakes" as if the joke not landing is the fault of the audience and not the people that attempted it. No hate towards lmg, you guys just had a joke come off badly and look seriously like it was a manager talking down to an employee.
It's not being a snowflake to defend or understand how something comes off, the whole "it's just a joke" bs that makes it so you can't address the details of what happened is so old and tired. You don't have to go out of your way to bash someone that feels that way and alienate them, or claim the audience is tone deaf as some people have been doing. It was a joke, sure, but a joke that missed it's mark pretty badly.