On Religion (Redux)

Good morning, Hank, it’s Fri- Blue guys, what are you doing lyin’ around on the job? Show some respect for my audience. That’s better. So Hank, I’ve been sick lately – in fact, I have a note from my doctor saying I don’t have to do my punishment – but Continue Reading

Top 10 Most Brutal Religious Ceremonies [Warning: Graphic Content] — TopTenzNet

10 Brutal and Horrifying Religious Ceremonies 10. Scalp Dances While anyone who has seen any traditional westerns or Inglourious Basterds has heard of the Native American practice of removing the scalps of enemies, particularly among tribes like the Apache. It’s much less likely you’re aware of the ceremony and etiquette Continue Reading

Top 10 Religious Beliefs Hidden In Toy Story — TopTenzNet

Top 10 Religious Beliefs Hidden In Toy Story 10. The Mutant Toys Represent An Egyptian Myth The Mutant Toys in the first movie live in the house of Sid and Hannah Phillips. Sid is a monstrous young child who steals Hannah’s toys, destroys them and then combines them with parts Continue Reading

How Should Democracy Really Work?

The term democracy has taken on many different meanings throughout history. Today, the term is so broad that even countries with seemingly undemocratic political structures still call themselves democracies. So then, what is a democracy? Well, simply put, a democracy is a system of governance where everyone IN the group Continue Reading

The Cult That Made Your Grandmother’s Fine Silverware

For many Americans in the 20th century, holiday meals meant getting out the special Oneida Silverware. Stainless steel, ornamental and moderately expensive, it wasn’t a fancy dinner unless there was a Silverplate Oneida spoon on the table. Despite its traditional look, the history of Oneida Silverware is anything but. The Continue Reading

Minsk, Belarus traveling all around the world…

This is national museum of art, gallery, pictures… It is build 1939. before 2nd World war Why is that important? Becouse all Minsk was destroyed in 2nd World War, but this part, this building, museum, that street and buildings over there were safe from it. Football stadium They had market Continue Reading

Geography Now! Cambodia

Hey Geograpeeps! So this episode is gonna have some bad audio because I’m currently in my parent’s basement filming this, not at the youtube space and, eh, the microphone we typically use doesn’t fit into the audio jack in my camera. So, just bear with me, and we’re gonna basically Continue Reading

How the Phrase Red Herring Came to Mean Something That is Misleading

How the Phrase Red Herring Came to Mean Something That is Misleading Meaning a distraction or false trail, the expression “red herring” has been relatively commonly used for the last two centuries, and its origins do, in fact, begin with a rust-colored fish. However, until quite recently, the accepted origins Continue Reading

Geography Now! Angola

You know I once went to Denmark and I bought a sandwich that was $21. In some parts of Angola that’s actually considered a good deal. Welcome to the country that has the world’s most expensive city. It’s time to learn geography… NOW!!! Hey everybody I’m your host Paul Barbato, Continue Reading

The Soviet Superman Red Son

The Soviet Superman Red Son If you’ve ever sat around thinking, “What if Superman was a communist?” (Who hasn’t, right?) Well, wonder no more. The answer was masterfully provided in Superman: Red Son written by famed comic book writer and member of the “Most Excellent Order of the British Empire”, Continue Reading