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OMG! Marina Mazepa Will SHOCK You With These Extraterrestrial Moves – America’s Got Talent 2019

OMG! Marina Mazepa Will SHOCK You With These Extraterrestrial Moves – America’s Got Talent 2019

my name is Marina Mazepa when I was a kid growing up in Ukraine my mom wanted me to be a lady so she put me into dance from the beginning I knew that I had something more inside of me I have another side all yeses congratulations now to get to the live shows I have to surprise them even more who’s up next our contortionist oh my god on a pole no less Oh tonight I want to…

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Kevin O’Leary Cooks A Meal ‘Anybody In America Can Make In 8 Minutes’ With Kathy Bates And Kelly

Kevin O’Leary Cooks A Meal ‘Anybody In America Can Make In 8 Minutes’ With Kathy Bates And Kelly

– Do you like to cook? We were just talking, I don’t cook much. – The only thing I know how to make is reservations. (laughs) – Me too. Let’s make one, have dinner. – I mean, I don’t think I’ve ever had an apron on. – A great chef will have easy things. You wanna make things that are really easy. That’s what we’re gonna do here today. – Okay, let’s do it. – We’re gonna have something called…

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How Does a Nation Become a Terror State to its Own People?

How Does a Nation Become a Terror State to its Own People?

how does the nation beat calm a terrorist state to its own citizens how does it how does a country begin frightening it’s on people if always begins with fear it always begins and usually it’s it’s it’s a fear of other it’s a fear a fear of different lifestyles fear of different appearances fear of different ethnicities fear a into fear of the other there’s this foundational thing i’m convinced that there’s actually a biological reason for this that…

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How does criticism affect popular culture?

How does criticism affect popular culture?

Popularity is a great question; it’s just an intriguing question. I think especially now in the kind of consumer capitalist culture where taste and sometimes quality is being measured in dollars and in numbers and in ratings and box office and all of that. And sometimes popularity is just taken to be sufficient kind of judgment. It’s like well everybody liked that and that movie made a ton of money. Everybody loved that movie. And sometimes those movies that everybody…

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The Immigration History of the United States of America

The Immigration History of the United States of America

Immigration. It’s been the defining characteristic of America since before our country even began, so it’s important to remind ourselves of our rich history…of where we all came from to create this one-of-a-kind melting pot of people that is the United States in the 21st century. The first successful colony in America was established in 1607 in Jamestown, Virginia by English settlers. But, these first europeans arrived in a land that was already home to other people. To indigenous, Native…

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Nicki Minaj On Cultural Appropriation, Becoming A Boss, Being Unapologetic & More | TIME 100 | TIME

Nicki Minaj On Cultural Appropriation, Becoming A Boss, Being Unapologetic & More | TIME 100 | TIME

I think, before I could remember wanting to do anything else, I knew that I wanted to be in charge. As a child, my mother didn’t have a job where she was the boss. And I always looked at that and wished that she was the boss and that she did make her own rules. So from very early on, I felt like you know what? Whatever I do, one day, I want to be more in charge of my…

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Globalization: Doha Debates Asks

Globalization: Doha Debates Asks

One second. What does globalization mean? It makes it easier because a lot of things are there which are not available in India, and a lot of things are available in India which are not available abroad. Something across the globe could be in your own supermarket overnight, or something you order online could be at your doorstep the next day. I think it definitely makes life cheaper. I’m not sure if it makes life easier. We’ve got access to…

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How China Meddles in Latin America (w/ Dee Smith, Elizabeth Economy, & Christopher Sabatini)

How China Meddles in Latin America (w/ Dee Smith, Elizabeth Economy, & Christopher Sabatini)

Dee Smith: Welcome to The Exchange. I’m Dee Smith. And today, I’m going to be speaking with Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations here in New York, and Christopher Sabatini of Columbia University and the think tank Global Americans. And we’re going to be discussing some of the very interesting and somewhat disturbing aspects of Chinese activity in Latin America. This ranges across a whole range of activities, from huge hydroelectric projects in places like Brazil, to a…

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