Read my post. My point is something along the lines of...

Perhaps Twitch users reading this might think twice about trying to spruce up their chat with gimmicky automated greeters, responders and enforcers, and instead try working on quality original programming and video content that will attract users to actually WATCH their channel.

People have 0 viewers and think that bots are their meal ticket to a gravy train of subscribers.

This is reminiscent of Runescape opening its in-game chat to IRC, and everyone felt like they needed a dice roller in order to be the most awesomest guild captain there ever was. They will follow me into battle and we will be victorious, but first I need a dice script! (has 0 guild members)

Well. At least I won lunch.
Good philosophy, see good in bad, I like!