Tagged: YouTube

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John Oliver takes on Sex Education

After a look into the state of sex education classes in America–which is both pretty depressing, and includes a look at some classic sex education videos from the 60s and 70s–John Oliver enlists the help of Laverne Cox, Jack McBrayer,...

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ads: Fort vs. Castle

Not having cable TV anymore means I miss out on gems like this. Per General Mills’ YouTube channel, this ad is a few months old, but I only just noticed it this past weekend while out at brunch. Welcome to...

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video: Key & Peele – TeachingCenter

While I still find some of their sketches hit or miss1, this Key & Peele TeachingCenter parody take on sports reporting looks at a world where teachers are praised for their talents and abilities in the same way we currently...

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photo: Win-CAR-dium Leviosa?

Spotted this past Sunday while taking my morning walk. Harry Potter fans everywhere… Maybe the license is part of a spell that makes the car go faster.. or even fly? “Wingardium Leviosa!” he shouted, waving his long arms like a...

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game shows: Liar’s Club

The subject of game shows came up the other day at work and lemme tell you… I loved (past tense) game shows. They were one of the few things that got the entire family together to watch TV. Not the...

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video: sousaphones are free speech too!

Saw this video making the rounds, and it’s a brilliant way to non-violently express your feelings while others are expressing theirs. Diana Martin posted a video of a sousaphone player providing musical accompaniment to a group of KKK members on...

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video: Saturday Morning Slow Jams

Because you know what you needed to start off your week? 90s R&B slow jam versions of cartoon theme songs. Yes, really. Told ya. I saw the above video on a friend’s Facebook page and learned there were more on...

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D.I.Y. Disco by Disco Dick

I’ve seen a lot of articles and videos over the past year about how all music within and across genres sounds the same and why it sounds the same and it reminded me of a classic and fun disco song...

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queer: “that way”

Had an interesting experience in the cafeteria yesterday morning. I’d already brought in my breakfast, but accompanied a co-worker to get her morning nosh. Nothing out of the ordinary for my office routine. The only thing that usually changes is...

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coffee: hurry up and wait

I know this is sort of a Generation X and New Coffee Generation blasphemy, but isn’t it a bit weird that we have an entire industry devoted–mostly–to selling brewed coffee? Not that I don’t partake as much as the next...