15 Shocking Easter Eggs Hidden in Cartoon Network Shows!

15 Shocking Easter Eggs Hidden in Cartoon Network Shows!

15 Easter Eggs Hidden in Cartoon Network Shows Hey Crash, today we’re going to look at 15 Easter Eggs hidden in cartoon network shows. More specifically, we’ll delve into the seedy underbelly of innocent-seeming shows and the connecting cameos of these cartoons. Awesome! I can’t get enough of these cartoon episodes! Good to hear! What […]

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LITERATURE – Goethe

LITERATURE – Goethe

People have always had trouble pronouncing his name; if you don’t speak German it’s not at all obvious how you’re supposed to say it. A safe bet is to start with a hard G on Ger- and end with a -ter: Ger-ter. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe has often been seen as one of Europe’s big […]

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How Spongebob Predicted Meme Culture

How Spongebob Predicted Meme Culture

Meme culture loves Spongebob. And why wouldn’t it? Spongebob was the perfect comedy cartoon for children. It balanced the soft line, between farcical and intelligent, so that kids wouldn’t be the only people in the end, who found its humor entertaining. If you were to start quoting Zoey 101, or even something as popular as […]

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“Cultural Names” | Russell Peters – Outsourced

“Cultural Names” | Russell Peters – Outsourced

>>Russell Peters: I like cultural names. Cultural names are really cool, you know? I don’t have a cultural name– and Indian people, for some reason, have real tough time with this, but my real name is Russell Peters. [Some audience members boo] Both of my parents are from India, and that’s the name they gave […]

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Junot Diaz: Literature is The Closest Thing To Telepathy

Junot Diaz:  Literature is The Closest Thing To Telepathy

One of the functions that art has is not only is art didactic. Art can be in many ways persuasive or seductive. But art is also transgressive and the transgressive function of art is fundamental in a society that often shies away from the difficult topics, the difficult subjects and the difficult conversations it needs […]

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Native American Culture, Societal Advancements, and Distorting History

Native American Culture, Societal Advancements, and Distorting History

Generally modern rebuttals to observation of inequality in the treatment of Native Americans ask the Natives to let the past be in the past. They won’t deny that atrocities happened, but they want to let bygones be bygones and move forward. Now, of course this ignores the long lasting impact of centuries of legalized murder, […]

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Could K-pop boom in Peru lead to expanded market in Latin America and Europe?

Could K-pop boom in Peru lead to expanded market in Latin America and Europe?

K-pop has taken the world by storm in many countries you might NOT expect,… one being Peru. For a closer look at how love for K-pop has blossomed in the South American country and its potential for growth even further afield,… Connie Kim reports. The popularity of K-pop has exploded around the world and Peru […]

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Why did King Tut have a flat head?

Why did King Tut have a flat head?

We’re here back in the Human Evolution Lab with Dr. Robert Martin, who is curator emeritus of human evolution here at the Field Museum, and today we’re going to be talking about artificial head binding in ancient Egypt! So uh, Bob can you start by telling us a little bit about what artificial head binding […]

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An African-American Cultural Experience – Part 1

An African-American Cultural Experience – Part 1

♪ [music playing] ♪♪. (Dr. Gloria Leitschuh). I’d like to thank all of you for coming and being here today to take part in this educational opportunity as part of our cross-cultural class. This is an exercise we’re going to be going through. There will be a series of questions, I’d like to give each […]

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