Free Will, Witches, Murder, and Macbeth, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 409

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature and today we’ll be discussing Macbeth. Some people… …call it the Scottish play or the Bard’s play because allegedly, back in the 17th century a coven of witches cursed the play to punish Shakespeare for including their spells. But that’s just not credible. So I’m going […]

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Post Match | Scott Cummings

Post Match | Scott Cummings

It’s physical. Really physical obviously we knew they were going to come there but that was the one thing that coming into the game we said we weren’t going to be outmuscled so I think that in defence especially we barred upheld them until the last couple of minutes before they got that second try. […]

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Why Labour Needs Community Organising

Why Labour Needs Community Organising

We cannot win an election without community organising. It was an absolute disgrace the attack that the community organisers were under. It was a concerted organized attack against the community organising team at Southside shortly after the election and right up til this is current day. The community organiser team is a great idea. It’s […]

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The Truth about Brexit | Explained by Dhruv Rathee

The Truth about Brexit | Explained by Dhruv Rathee

Hello friends The Brexit happened on 31st January. 2020 That is, the United Kingdom separated itself from the European Union This is a very important lesson in geopolitics because it compels you to think what is nationalism, what is a nation and what is a country? Come, let us see in this video what Brexit […]

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Ballantine’s True Music Series | Communities Behind the Dancefloor

Ballantine’s True Music Series | Communities Behind the Dancefloor

The nightclub business is very challenging. When it’s the right crowd, the right music, the right vibe, the right energy, there’s nothing like it in the world. You know, the atmosphere in the club, there’s something quite unique and very, very special. It’s always different, a night is never the same. It’s a singular experience. […]

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Spiritual Life Hacks: Energy Protection

Spiritual Life Hacks: Energy Protection

So let’s just talk about the facts. And facts are facts. All of us at some point in our lives have experienced the reality of having our day ruined by someone else. Or all of us have felt energetically drained after spending time in certain company. I believe that we have the power and the […]

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Gender, Guilt, and Fate – Macbeth, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #410

Gender, Guilt, and Fate – Macbeth, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #410

Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature and today we’ll be doubling, bubbling, toiling and troubling as we continue our discussion of Macbeth. Today we’ll be looking more closely at the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as well as discussing the play’s treatment of gender roles and its downer ending. INTRO One […]

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In Conversation with Prof. Robert Frost: The Polish Lithuanian Union

In Conversation with Prof. Robert Frost: The Polish Lithuanian Union

What were the reasons behind and/or causes of the formation of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth? They’re very interesting. I’m interested in political union as a phenomenon in history that is often neglected. The standard mode of writing political history is about the rise of the nation state and yet if you go back to the […]

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The Darien Venture: The Colony that Bankrupted Scotland

The Darien Venture: The Colony that Bankrupted Scotland

If a Nation’s wealth and power were to be measured in stubbornness, resilience, and inventiveness, rather than GDP, Scotland would be a top-5 Superpower. The people that brought to you televisions, refrigerators, penicillin, and gin & tonic have gone through many a rough patch throughout their history. Very often, hard times were related to their […]

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Civilization VI: Rise and Fall – First Look: Scotland

Civilization VI: Rise and Fall – First Look: Scotland

Robert the Bruce leads Scotland in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall. He was no stranger to battle, and led his people to victory during the First War of Scottish Independence. He is remembered as a fierce defender of Scotland’s interests, both on and off the battlefield. Scotland’s unique ability is called “Scottish Enlightenment.” Happy and […]

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