The nonsensical nature of “Medicare-for-All”

The Jimmy Barrett Show continues on KPRC 950. [Jimmy Barret] It is 4:33 now in the am – 950 KPRC. Yeah, we talked a little bit about this this morning, but there’s just so much information to dispense. I’m glad he could come back on this afternoon when we have Continue Reading

Why Dungeons & Dragons is Good for You (In Real Life) | Ethan Gilsdorf | TEDxPiscataquaRiver

Translator: Noel Diaz Reviewer: Queenie Lee Who do you want to be? A brave dwarfish warrior, a wizard who can cast spells, an elf who is skilled in the art of archery or a stealthy hobbit thief? You are a member of a team of adventurers! And your quest is Continue Reading

English Vocabulary: 5 verbs to make you sound smart

Hey, guys. I’m Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this vocabulary lesson on: “5 Verbs to Sound Smart”. Now, you may have already checked out my lesson on five nouns to sound smart, five adjectives to sound smart; and today, we’re looking at the verbs. So, from the top, Continue Reading

Inside China’s High-Tech Dystopia

There’s no disputing that Shenzhen has become one of the most important places in the world of tech. Nowhere else has quite as potent a combination of tech know-how, cheap manufacturing costs, and sheer speed. But it goes further than that. Living in Shenzhen is in many ways like living Continue Reading

Jimmy Kimmel & Jimmy Fallon Finally Clear Up Who Is Who

I would like to address something that I’ve been having to deal with for quite some time. This is an issue that I face on an almost daily basis, and this week I’ve had to deal with it even more, because we’re in New York. People frequently confuse me with Continue Reading

Social Psychology: Cognitive Biases: Fundamental Attribution Error, Actor-Observer Effect, and…

So cognitive biases result. Cognitive biases are obviously thinking in a skewed manner. A bias is just a skew, right? It means that you tend to do this but you’re not entirely fair about it. It’s cognitive. It’s a way of thinking but cognition is tied into behavior, right? Cognition Continue Reading

Tutorial – QuickBooks for Religious and Faith-Based Organizations – 2016-10-13

Becky: Welcome, everyone, to QuickBooks for Religious and Faith-Based Organizations. Thank you, all, so much for joining today’s TechSoup webinar. Before we get started, I’d like to make sure everyone’s comfortable using ReadyTalk, the webinar platform we’re on today. You can chat in to us to ask questions or to Continue Reading

Social Media for Churches Webinar

♪♪ Hi. Good afternoon everyone. Welcome to Social Media for Churches, a live Q&A Webinar by United Methodist Communications. I’m Craig Catlett. I’m the local…the Manager for Local Church Services. It’s a new title. I’m getting used to it. And I’m co-hosting today with Steven Adair. Steven is the Senior Continue Reading

Mormons, Matrimony, and More! | Have a Little Faith with Zach Anner

-So, there’s been a lot of stuff in the news lately about Mormons. So, I thought we’d go and visit some actual Mormons, because my only previous exposure to Mormons was when I worked at Disney World. All the Mormons that worked there were the friendliest people. Like, they came Continue Reading

Judge Faith – Rock N Roll Electric Bill; Credit Repair Fraud (Season 1: Episode #143)

ANNOUNCER: TODAY ON “JUDGE FAITH,” SHE HAD BAD CREDIT. HE WAS SUPPOSED TO MAKE IT BETTER.>>I PUT MY TRUST IN HIM, AND I HAVE NOT RECEIVED ANYTHING FROM HIM.>>YEAH, I–I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY SHE DIDN’T GET ANY OF THE INFORMATION–>>BECAUSE YOU DIDN’T DO ANYTHING. ANNOUNCER: BUT INSTEAD OF FIXING HER Continue Reading