|"without all the terminology being used straight away its easier to get into"|
If one learns the correct terminology in the first place they wouldn't have to learn the terms in the future. Besides, one might never get around to learning the proper terminology. In any case, the terms aren't difficult to understand at all.
|"This was meant as more of a tribute to Bucky than an insult."|
It's a strange way of showing appreciation for his work. I would've expected something a whole lot different.
|"I think Bucky's C++ video tutorials are great for beginners and people that are too lazy to read."|
said, programming is all about reading your own code (as well as others') and reading any documentation that comes with software/source code.
|"I will raise my glass to Bucky every time I recieve a paycheck when i get a good coding job after I get a good grade at computer Sci"|
...or throw your glass when you realise just how much information Bucky omitted from his tutorials. Bucky's tutorials alone are simply not enough to net one's self a job.
|"Your gonna start off sub par anyway though arn't you?"|
Yes, but Bucky's tutorials help people retain the "sub-standard" status, not remove it. His teaching style may be OK for a 10 year old, but for more serious programmers, Bucky's tutorials are too low of a grade to learn from.
|"and whats wrong with hobby programmers being sub par"|
You're generalising again and implying that all hobbyist programmers are sub-standard? This is simply not the case. Some hobbyist programmers are probably
better programmers than some working programmers, but choose not to follow a programming career path.