This is a video from münecat. She’s looking into all the hype surrounding Web3, blockchain technology, NFTs, and trying to work out WHY this is all happening. The Folding Ideas video ‘Line Goes Up’ came out as she was researching this, and she found that even though they had come to the same conclusion on many aspects of this, she actually came to a different conclusion as to why she think this is all happening – and it’s much more dystopian than most people think. Definetely worth a look.
Soon it will be Christmas and we want to tell a now old story again, perhaps to finally end it. The title of this story:
The Downfall Of Channel Awesome
Yes, it may seem strange, but let’s revisit this awkward story. Let’s try to understand it. And then we let it go. The end of a very chaotic year 2022 – 12022 in the human era – with a flashback to a very chaotic ending.
And then we look ahead!
A MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT was promised, and Trump… delivered somehow. But of course it was pathetic… this looks like it’s a joke – but no!
In this first installment of the series “Bad Actors on the Right,” join Maggie Mae Fish, as we go back in time and see that Donald Trump hasn’t changed at all from reality TV host to ex-President.
While fondly remembered now, NBC’s Buck Rogers in the 25th Century wasn’t on for very long and was cancelled in the middle of a season, partly because of the behind the camera fighting.
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century is an American science fiction adventure television series produced by Universal Studios. The series ran for two seasons between September 1979 and April 1981 on NBC, and the feature-length pilot episode for the series was released as a theatrical film before the series aired.
Buck Rogers was played by Gil Gerard, Erin Gray played Wilma Deering and don’t forget Twiki, the robot voiced by Mel Blanc.
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Part 4 of The Enforcement of Hierarchies mini-series. What is heteronormativity, and how does it relate to the culture war and reactionary movement going on right now?
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So you might have heard about this thing. Established Titles has become a commonly known youtube sponsor; they’re a cute gift idea that’s supposed to allow you to become a ‘Lord’ or ‘Lady’, should you choose. Recently, they’ve taken heavy fire, and allegations of them being a complete and total scam have cast them, and their advocates, under the spotlight. Is Established Titles a legitimate company with a few skeletons in their closet? A complete and total scam? Or should we really be casting that spotlight on the ones making the allegations in the first place? Let’s look into it in two ways. First the iilluminaughtii:
And a view from the legal side of things via LegalEagle. The most avian legal analysis on the internets.
Welcome to Prism of the Past, a series about historical events, people, and situations, from the fascinating to the forgotten. This episode shows: “Hostile Architecture: The Fight Against the Homeless”
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Superheroes usually manage to roll back the various apocalypses but rarely use their powers to build a better world. The villains are the ones constantly dreaming up big audacious schemes to transform the universe. This is the Pop Culture Detective on the job identifying the patterns.
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Choose Your Own Adventure Books are a series of children’s gamebooks where the reader assumes the role of the protagonist and makes choices that determine the main character’s actions and the plot’s outcome.
Choose Your Own Adventure Books were based upon a concept created by Edward Packard and were wildly popular throughout the 80’s and 90’s before kind of falling off the map.
Choose Your Own Adventure Books are a part of pop culture, so much so that it has led to a few lawsuits, most notably against Netflix regarding Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
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Vaush talks about Elon Musk’s Christ/god Complex and his recent tweets he tweeted on twitter. Vaush reacts to the tweets and talks about some other topics as well.
Musk is falling down the rabbit hole faster and faster. But now he has to face reality, he’s not as loved as he thought he was. This is what happened during the last few days. Let it be a continuation to the video about debunking Elon Musk:
In the beginning, it was a two-part series that dives into Musk’s past business dealings to determine if he actually is a multi-faceted genius and self-made billionaire. This series is already over one year old, but in the light of Musk’s latest mishaps it’s interesting to dive into this story. And there is an update for the events of 2022…
The series spawned a spin-off in 2022. It was called “Debunking Elon Musk 2022”.
What is the purpose of prayer supposed to be? If God is all powerful and all-knowing and has a plan for the entire universe, how does it make any logical sense to ask him for anything? Are you going to change his mind and get him to do something he wouldn’t have otherwise? Bring a problem to his attention that he wasn’t aware of? It’s pretty clear that, given the current Christian concept of God, prayer is just flatly logically incoherent.
I’ve heard Christians tentatively babble their way around this, but I rarely hear sustained attempts at explaining what prayer is supposed to do. Today, I will treat you to a video where a guy named Nate with a channel called “Wise Disciple” gives it his best shot. It’s very telling – not only in terms of his personal inability to make the case, but in illustrating why Christians don’t (and probably can’t) themselves.
Do the people who think laws should be based on the bible actually know what the bible says?
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