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Ronny Chieng Explains Why Chinese People Love Money | Netflix Is A Joke

Ronny Chieng Explains Why Chinese People Love Money | Netflix Is A Joke

It’s such a weird stereotype to have associated with your ethnicity. Right? That stereotype of Asian parents wanting their kids to be doctors. Right? It’s such a weird thing to have  on your race. Like, what is that? Is that good? Is that bad? I thought it was a good thing.  Apparently, it’s worthy of mockery. Right? Asian parents wanting their kids to be doctors. It’s weird because it’s true. Right? I know because my parents were the same way….

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Testing Amazon’s LOWEST RATED Art & Drawing Gadgets 🎨 *worse than i thought*

Testing Amazon’s LOWEST RATED Art & Drawing Gadgets 🎨 *worse than i thought*

* Hey guys, it’s Rae here and welcome back to another episode of wasting my money in the name of Art YouTube. Today I am going to be testing out some of the lowest rated, cheap, weirdest art gadgets that you can find on Amazon. And all I’m saying is that I’ve tested out some weird stuff on my channel before, like art related stuff, you know, there was like, the paint jellies, there was the Gucci pen, but I…

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Can We Be Certain of Anything? (Descartes) – 8-Bit Philosophy

Can We Be Certain of Anything? (Descartes) – 8-Bit Philosophy

Can we ever be certain of anything? Known as the Father of modern philosophy, Rene Descartes was revolutionary in his method of doubting his way to the Truth. In order to achieve unshakable certainty, all falsehoods must be eliminated. And to filter out faulty knowledge, one must doubt anything that can be doubted. In his first two “Meditations,” Descartes suggests that even information we receive from our senses should be called in to question. For example, if I put a…

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Is population a problem? — with Julian Simon (1994) | THINK TANK

Is population a problem? — with Julian Simon (1994) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. The population argument is on the front burner again. In September, a massive UN conference will take place in Cairo. World population is way up. Some people fear that the so-called population bomb is exploding. Others say it’s no big deal. Joining us to sort through the conflict and the consensus are Jessica Matthews, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and former deputy to the undersecretary of state for global affairs in…

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How to Pronounce Fascist

How to Pronounce Fascist

The American Pronunciation Guide Presents “How to Pronounce Fascist” This is a party which has a collaborationist, fascist past, Here we have a statue commissioned by a fascist dictator in Italy, Mussolini, and Or what does it mean to be an anti-fascist pro-fascist? Two key events hastened the fall of the fascist dictatorship of premier Marcelo Caetano. One

A Spiritual Journey

A Spiritual Journey

(gentle music) – So many young people from all over the world are doing the Camino de Santiago. So as a part of my project I walked 300 miles across Spain, engaging in ethnographic research methods. I was interviewing people from many different countries and backgrounds and language abilities from across the world and talking with them about how technology had impacted their spiritual experience. Personally, I was waking up every single day feeling like I was the best version…

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Vivian Ayers Allen | SC African American History Calendar

Vivian Ayers Allen | SC African American History Calendar

To be open is to be large. And it’s to be receptive of new ideas. It’s to be available. It’s to be unapologetic. It’s to be new. It’s to be challenging, to be open. Hey! ♪ Vivian Ayers Allen, from Chester, South Carolina is a world renowned poet, playwright, cultural activist and American classicist. Allen graduated from the historic Brainerd Institute in 1939, and went on to receive honorary doctorate degrees from Benedict College and Wilberforce University. Allen’s most famous…

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