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Tenants – living through a housing crisis | RSA REPLAY
Across Britain, people of all generations are being priced out of homeownership, shut out of social housing options, and required to find a home in the private rental sector. Recent decades have seen this sector reshaped by Right to Buy, Buy to Let, divestment in social housing and deregulation, creating a situation where rents are rising faster than incomes and landlords hold more rights than their tenants.
Combined with the lasting impact of the pandemic and the rising cost of living, Britain is faced with a housing emergency.
Through the lens of history, politics and deeply personal stories, Vicky Spratt traces the policy decisions that have led us to this moment, uncovers the brutal imp...
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The young disruptors of Sub-Saharan Africa | RSA REPLAY
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What does it mean to be young in an ageing world? Youth populations across Sub-Saharan African countries are growing at rapid rates compared to other countries globally. With more than 42% of the population under 14 years old, Nigeria is one of the youngest countries in the world. This sharp population shift is ushering in a thriving culture of innovation and disrupting societal norms as more y...
How language shapes our world | RSA REPLAY
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How do language and power intersect? Language is powerful, and often political. With ‘free speech’ debates dominating the so-called culture wars, and hate speech finding new outlets online, we must consider the impact of how words are used, and understand how language both binds and frees us. How does language act as a frame of reference for what we treat as important? What does this mean for w...
Gender, learning and leadership | RSA REPLAY
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RSA President's Lecture 2022 We live in a world of tumultuous change, in which democracy is in retreat, geopolitical risks are multiplying, the climate crisis is accelerating and the pandemic continues to shape our world. Societies need to learn how to seize and shape new solutions. Yet, we come to these challenges with the historic patterns of gender disadvantage still marring life chances. Ba...
How we rebuild in the wake of disaster | RSA REPLAY
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“As long as there were disasters, there would also be people heading out to help.” When news of every catastrophe - a war, an earthquake, a terrorist attack - can reach across the world in a matter of moments, we can hardly fathom the human impact. We wonder: in these worst of moments, how do people find the strength to come together, pick up the pieces, and begin to heal? Lucy Easthope has spe...
The rites, rituals and contradictions of eating meat | RSA REPLAY
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The debate around whether we should eat animals has historically been the domain of an ethically minded minority, but with the recent surge in vegetarianism and veganism, it is now posed every day on restaurant menus, on supermarket shelves and at the family dinner table. This dietary shift has re-awoken age-old questions, concerns and contradictions surrounding the place of meat in our diet. H...
Towards a people-powered future for energy | RSA REPLAY
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How can we create more collaborative ways of generating, sharing and consuming energy? Today’s energy sector is grappling with an unprecedented price crisis whilst also looking out on an ambitious journey to deliver Net Zero by 2050. This period of recovery and transformation will have a huge impact on households, businesses, and industries, potentially requiring substantial financial investmen...
Levelling up - where next? | RSA REPLAY
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Published in February 2022, the Levelling Up the United Kingdom White Paper sets out a plan of action to spread opportunity more equally across the UK. In September 2021, RSA Chief Executive Andy Haldane was appointed by the Prime Minister to define and develop the flagship national levelling up strategy - a decade-long moral, social and economic cross-government, cross-society programme to spr...
Shame and power in the age of humiliation | RSA REPLAY
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In an age where the internet has rendered us all hyper-visible, how does shame play out in our public and private lives? Shame is a powerful emotion and a potent social force. It can assert collective values, hold power to account, and uphold the social good - but shaming has also taken a dangerous new turn. Huge sectors of the economy are built to capitalise on our wishes to live up to certain...
Race, leadership and redefining success | RSA REPLAY
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What does it take to challenge stereotypes, own your story and carve an authentic path to success? One of the most influential women in UK sport, leadership coach Michelle Moore and leading anti-racism activist and author Nova Reid celebrate and discuss Michelle’s debut leadership book, “Real Wins: Race, Leadership and How to Redefine Success”. Real Wins shows us how to face our fears, build re...
A people's history of clothing | RSA REPLAY
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What does what we wear tell us about who we are? As our world has changed, the way we produce and wear clothes has changed with it. Industrialisation moved textile work out of everyday life and into factories, creating a complex, inscrutable mass clothing trade that moves faster than the planet can sustain. What has the changing story of clothes meant for the people who make and wear them, and ...
From consumer to citizen - changing the narrative | RSA REPLAY
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What are we doing to ourselves when we tell ourselves we’re Consumers 3000 times a day? What would it look like to put the same creativity and energy into involving people as Citizens? What would you do in this time, if you truly believed in yourself and those around you? In Citizens, Jon Alexander explores what citizenship means today and argues that now is the time to reclaim the language aro...
Ambition, success and deceit in the influencer economy | RSA REPLAY
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Social media has unlocked a new land of opportunity where anyone has the potential to make a million using their smartphone and being an influencer is now the top career choice for early 20 somethings and children growing up today. However, influencer success is hard-won, and ambition, deceit and exploitation are often key tools in this digital rat race. In Get Rich or Lie Trying, Symeon Brown ...
The story of disorder | RSA REPLAY
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What has led the West towards the crises of the last decade? The global political and economic shocks of recent years have been felt in the rupturing of the European Union, political turbulence in the US, destabilisation of the Middle East, and the creation of over $25 trillion of new money by central banks. The pandemic constituted its own unique crisis, but also acted as a window on the decad...
The cost of living precariously | RSA REPLAY
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The cost of living precariously | RSA REPLAY
Navigating the nowhere office | RSA REPLAY
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Navigating the nowhere office | RSA REPLAY
What is economics - and what should it be? | RSA REPLAY
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What is economics - and what should it be? | RSA REPLAY
Design paradigms for a regenerative future | RSA REPLAY
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Design paradigms for a regenerative future | RSA REPLAY
How to write your own success story | RSA REPLAY
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How to write your own success story | RSA REPLAY
2021: That was the year that was | RSA Replay
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2021: That was the year that was | RSA Replay
Making Britain fair again | RSA Replay
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Making Britain fair again | RSA Replay
Regenerative futures | RSA Replay
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Regenerative futures | RSA Replay
Making sense, making progress; Design after Covid | RSA Replay
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Making sense, making progress; Design after Covid | RSA Replay
Online safety, platforms and the public square | RSA Replay
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Online safety, platforms and the public square | RSA Replay
Citizens of now | RSA Replay
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Citizens of now | RSA Replay
The evolution of fashion | RSA Replay
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The evolution of fashion | RSA Replay
Urban wellbeing by design | RSA Replay
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Urban wellbeing by design | RSA Replay
Creating change together | RSA Replay
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Creating change together | RSA Replay
After shutdown, where next? | RSA Replay
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After shutdown, where next? | RSA Replay
What will it take to 'Go Big' at COP26? | RSA Replay
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What will it take to 'Go Big' at COP26? | RSA Replay
RSA ANIMATE: Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us
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RSA ANIMATE: Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us
Brené Brown on Empathy
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Brené Brown on Empathy
RSA ANIMATE: Changing Education Paradigms
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RSA ANIMATE: Changing Education Paradigms
How to Learn Anything... Fast - Josh Kaufman
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How to Learn Anything... Fast - Josh Kaufman
RSA ANIMATE: The Secret Powers of Time
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How Cooking Can Change Your Life - Michael Pollan
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How Cooking Can Change Your Life - Michael Pollan
Brené Brown on Blame
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Brené Brown on Blame
RSA ANIMATE: Crises of Capitalism
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RSA ANIMATE: Crises of Capitalism
RSA ANIMATE: The Empathic Civilisation
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RSA ANIMATE: Smile or Die
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RSA ANIMATE: The Divided Brain
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RSA ANIMATE: First as Tragedy, Then as Farce
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RSA ANIMATE: First as Tragedy, Then as Farce
RSA ANIMATE: Language as a Window into Human Nature
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RSA ANIMATE: Language as a Window into Human Nature
RSA ANIMATE: The Truth About Dishonesty
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RSA ANIMATE: The Truth About Dishonesty
RSA ANIMATE: 21st Century Enlightenment
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RSA ANIMATE: The Paradox of Choice
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RSA ANIMATE: How To Help Every Child Fulfil Their Potential
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RSA ANIMATE: Re-Imagining Work
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RSA ANIMATE: The Power of Outrospection
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Susan Cain on Introversion
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RSA ANIMATE: The Internet in Society: Empowering or Censoring Citizens?
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RSA ANIMATE: The Power of Networks
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Michael Pollan on Cooking
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Student Design Awards Winner - Curiosity: Kinetic Typography
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Sir Ken Robinson - Changing Paradigms
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How to Change Education - Ken Robinson
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RSA Replay - The Power of Vulnerability
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RSA ANIMATE: Superfreakonomics
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On Bullsh*t Jobs | David Graeber | RSA Replay
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Comments

  • Donald Wilson
    Donald Wilson 35 minutes ago

    I agree with Tina Eden that the intro is dishearteningly sexist. Please consider changing it.

  • Icey Red
    Icey Red Hour ago

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    Icey Red 2 hours ago

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    Icey Red 2 hours ago

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  • sher53sher
    sher53sher 2 hours ago

    Find a better video. The audio has children playing in the background.

  • Christian Van Schepen

    thexvid.com/video/KyRO8Wv4BaY/video.html

  • Christian Van Schepen

    Time is a human construct of the mind. It is an abstract unit of count, just like current mathematics. Time does not "pass", it is always Now. Time, like everything else, needs a human Oberserver, a Conscious Agent to create a perception of it. Easter bunnies are more plausible a phenomenon....

  • shawn burnham
    shawn burnham 9 hours ago

    22:00

  • niel liang
    niel liang 15 hours ago

    Can I share the sound of this clip in my local broadcast program so as to become an entire educative sound session? thank you lots.

  • B Ridge
    B Ridge 19 hours ago

    He failed to stress that this can happen to any of us and is happening to all of us!

  • B Ridge
    B Ridge 19 hours ago

    Little does Dr. Eagleman know that this research will completely dismantly every judicary system on the planet

  • Marc Mulhall
    Marc Mulhall 22 hours ago

    How was the end of an industry that was 1) back breakingly hard work, 2) lost money, and 3) damaged the environment anything other than a bloody good thing? Go far enough back in time, I’m sure there were communities that made a living making square wheels. Only a fool would keep doing it!

  • jsmdnq
    jsmdnq Day ago

    Generally as humans we actually get pleasure out of doing useful creative things. Hence if you give someone a BS job, while initially they may enjoy it because it is low stress and pay over time they will become cynical and hateful because they actually do not grow as a human. They will see other humans enjoying their lives, learning skills, etc and they would have not accomplished anything and feel worthless(but repressed). I have a feeling a lot of government workers are like this where they resent the public because they feel the public somehow forces them to work a meaningless job so they try to flip the script and make the public's life a living hell and this can end up giving them a superiority complex where they think they are the masters of the public.

  • George Cowdery

    The video and audio are completely out if sync. Very unsettling and distracting.

  • beau postma
    beau postma Day ago

    A communicator who can change what I am paying attention to (flowers) in a particular moment can change *who I am* at that moment (a romantic) Men are more likely to retrieve a woman's phone number from 4 intimidating guys if prior the woman has asked a man for directions to Valentine's street instead of Martin's street. Another example: A handsome man compliments a lady in the mall and then gives her his phone number to arrange a date later. More women gave their phone number to the man if they were near a flower shop than if surrounded by various shops.

  • lujorom
    lujorom Day ago

    Some of the stuff he says is bullshit. As a white guy it’s very easy for him to say that “we aren’t racist, that’s not why we don’t care about Africa”. Yes it is. News about America or Europe get reported differently than news about Africa. Non-white refugees are written about in a less sympathetic way than white refugees are written about. 7:15 I also absolutely don’t think that the girls look like “little old ladies” and the men like “children”. They don’t. The men look like grown men and the children like children, period. I also think he expects too much of journalism. 21:15 He expects them to find answers to “the big questions” and to not only report but deliver ideas? I think there’s a difference between journalism and science / politics.

  • EruditoNo *
    EruditoNo * Day ago

    Yes, save the world, like Christina Figueres, she want to kill 95% of humanity. Year 2019, ONU. She said that she wants to reduce population to 5%, and nobody is saying nothing about this, WAKE UP.

  • Zoraida Colonia

    Its difficult to get along with humans because of the many spirits inside the body. Its hard to deal with them, different spirits, different attitude. Theres a spirit that is always angry and dont care about others. It makes me call on the Lord Jesus Christ help to go on everyday.

  • Cat
    Cat 2 days ago

    ALL OF BRITAINS COUNCIL HOUSES , AND MOST OF BRITAINS PRIVATE HOUSES are BUILT WITH BRICKS AND CONCRETE BLOCKS THAT ARE NOT COMPATABLE FOR PLASTERING OR COATINGS IN ANY WAY, OR INSULATION ANYWHERE, OR CERTAIN BRICK BONDS SUCH AS OPEN BAND . SO THE BUILDINGS MUST BE BARE BRICKS OR CONCRETE BLOCKS OPEN, RAW AND VISIBLE ON THE INSIDE OF THE BUILDINGS AS AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDINGS. AN APPRECIATION OF PURE HOLLOW "OPEN" CAVITYWALLS IS OF FOREMOST IMPORTANCE IN CONSTRUCTION BECAUSE INSULATION IS NOT FOR ALL TYPES OF CAVITYWALL OR LOFTS . NOT ALL o.p.c. BREEZE BLOCKS and BRICKS ARE PLASTERABLE, OR FOR COATINGS IN ANY WAY ,OR INSULATION , IN FACT VERY VERY FEW . SO IT IS VITAL TO KEEP ALL THE CONSTRUCTIONS'S CAVITYWALLS ,VOIDS AND CEILING LOFTS E.T.C. COMPLETELY HOLLOW. YOU MUST NOT ADD ANY "INSULATION"(or illegal "vapour barriers","foam boards") ANYWHERE AT ALL . OR IT WOULD BE SEVERELY SEVERELY DETRIMENTAL. ALL THE CONCRETE BLOCKS AND BRICKS MUST BE LEFT COMPLETELY BARE NATURAL AND RAW SURFACES OPEN AND VISIBLE ON THE INSIDE OF THE BUILDINGS AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDINGS. Ask the true CITY & GUILDS N.V.Q. BRICKWORK teachers in person for advice.

  • Boris McFinnigan
    Boris McFinnigan 2 days ago

    Yuck LOL. What is this abomination.

  • Chunu Mummy
    Chunu Mummy 3 days ago

    Body can't crate butt only anti against himself body's highest butt female Lowest, how ? Justice base ? Answer? Talwar language famous for before makes fears and continue maintain it , is hidden advisers. Are only free gift against active.

  • Chunu Mummy
    Chunu Mummy 3 days ago

    That's times was fighting against power only , naw is time of corelation with passing life's essential live with must Education for future's struggle generation.

  • Chunu Mummy
    Chunu Mummy 3 days ago

    Use and throw Right ? Never !!!!

  • Chunu Mummy
    Chunu Mummy 3 days ago

    Capturing to "a Soule " is possible ? And so that's only Revenge and keep equal to Right butt never his part of responsibility; happened in past mahabharata and so thats they destroyed for ever, and lasting without base ? Is , without any care or careless or useless for ? Asking to Supreme .

  • Rich Martinez
    Rich Martinez 4 days ago

    People are not very good at the long-term. Fascinating. To me, that's a characteristic of particular cultures. Native American cultural groups have historically placed emphasis on "seven generations in the future." If we think of that value in terms of policy implications? Anyhow, excellent presentations. 💚💚💚

  • Dead Boy Beats
    Dead Boy Beats 4 days ago

    Sisyphus, forced to roll an immense boulder up a hill only for it to roll down every time it neared the top, repeating this action for eternity.

  • Godo Egor
    Godo Egor 4 days ago

    F*CKING DISGUSTING DEMON! GO BACK TO HELL!!!

  • Deb Lew
    Deb Lew 4 days ago

    It's always a huge delight learning from Prof Hudson. Our economy is controlled by the the financial class and the raw material class that constitute 1%, to this Hudson says "without dealing with this structure, the system is going to shrink and shrink... We see the same kind of concentration and polarisation in the Roman empire, the last stage of that is feudalism, so we are back to what Rosa Luxembourg said, the choice is between socialism and babarism basically, and there's no other way to do it, you can't solve the problems in the existing system because it's already controlled by the 1%". Hudson asks," if you leave this 1% in place, the economy is going to be sacrificed and shrinking, is it worth shrinking the economy just to leave the 1% in place?" It's a radical idea. I feel that all the structures and instruments are in place, changes would be hard to implement, it's so deeply entrenched in the global ecosystem, perhaps a reset would only come about when many economies collapse. Perhaps in the next few decades, no crystal ball here.

  • Advisor Sandy
    Advisor Sandy 4 days ago

    Ifyour rich you pay a lot of taxes ,I was hoping I would hear some rational thesis around BS jobs which is a real problem in or society. Instead I hear a BS narrative with an envious agenda. Don't misunderstand me I disapprove of entitled lazey people but this is nonsense.

  • steveo numnuts
    steveo numnuts 5 days ago

    My dad was there 84 to 85 , and so Meny, but it comes down to fuel, they make wars for it , sorry if iam wrong ,

  • mralekito
    mralekito 5 days ago

    This was in 2010. When you think that since 2008 we have put in 25% of all historic carbon emissions. That means keeping to a 1.5 degrees rise is probably impossible. Our best case is now looking at somewhere around 2 degrees. It is much, much worse then people think.

  • djoanna piter
    djoanna piter 5 days ago

    A legenda di KIYOHARAA.Uno snowquen hè u mo idolu. Hè a persona chì aspiru à esseg, hè a mo luce di ghjornu

  • Kevin Nguyen
    Kevin Nguyen 5 days ago

    basically science experiment and stuff happened with brain

  • Nguyen Albert
    Nguyen Albert 5 days ago

    Nice

  • Ken Ztopolovky
    Ken Ztopolovky 5 days ago

    The overall presentation is spoken in a very coherent way. No charts needed here.

  • Andrew .Pease
    Andrew .Pease 5 days ago

    Put them all on the B Arc

  • Skylar Jones
    Skylar Jones 6 days ago

    I didn't know I was doing a worthwhile job until covid hit

  • Shana Jennings
    Shana Jennings 6 days ago

    Yuck. Support all lgbtq except io 🤌🤌

  • Martijn Schut
    Martijn Schut 6 days ago

    P. O. S

  • Peter Jolliffe
    Peter Jolliffe 6 days ago

    Almost all problems could be solved by making it financially worthwhile for people to SHARE the jobs we can agree we NEED people to do and work much LESS....there would be no such thing as unemployment ...just everyone enjoying working less. You certainly wouldn't have to create any bullshit jobs

  • Sly Touge
    Sly Touge 6 days ago

    I’m an electrician and every single day flies by, I’m constantly busy and my work both matters and adds value to the world

  • Pam Giarrizzo
    Pam Giarrizzo 6 days ago

    Great video

  • Marissa Dower-morgan

    do what you love , even if you would not get paid ..then you will succeed

  • PeepersT
    PeepersT 6 days ago

    “Things are constantly changing” you mean like your and Amber’s stories about Johnny Depp?

  • William Carter
    William Carter 8 days ago

    BOTTOMLINE, Complexity is a bitch! And the brain I am told is one of the most if not the most complicated thing in the universe. The advantage is that it can do a lot of different things. The disadvantage is that the more complex something is the harder it is to understand it and worse the harder it is to fix when it breaks down. 🤔😏 🇺🇸+🇬🇧=😊

  • William Carter
    William Carter 8 days ago

    How much of what is the case in the U.K. can be transposed to the USA?

  • William Carter
    William Carter 8 days ago

    90% of us New Yorkers are above average drivers, 90% of them New Jersy drivers are below average. 🤔😏