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Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Nice Carrot Sweat

Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Nice Carrot Sweat

[Burnie]: That’s been always something that’s amazed me. [Burnie]: Say a carrot. [Burnie]: A carrot grows in the ground. [Burnie]: And then… [Burnie]: It gets picked by somebody that you’ll never meet. [Burnie]: Throws it in the back of a cart, [Burnie]: it travels in open air to the plant, [Burnie]: they wash it off, […]

MCLA (PS3) – How To Make A Pullover

MCLA (PS3) – How To Make A Pullover

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The Try Guys Wear Women’s Pants (feat. Safiya Nygaard)

The Try Guys Wear Women’s Pants (feat. Safiya Nygaard)

– Pockets! – Pockets! – Pockets! – Pockets! – [Keith] Everybody’s got ’em! – Well, maybe not. – Women’s pants traditionally do not have the pockets that we have, apparently. – Wow. – Do you have pockets right now? – No, I’m wearing a dress. – Some of us are gonna sew up our pockets, […]

The Real Mrs Crocombe | Part Four: A Victorian Cook’s Outfit

The Real Mrs Crocombe | Part Four: A Victorian Cook’s Outfit

I’m Dr Annie Gray, I’m a food historian but I also worked here at Audley End for many years alongside the various Avis Crocombes. I wore clothing just like that of Mrs Crocombe in the Victorian Way videos but that clothing was in itself modelled on the very clothing that people at the time would […]

Global trade and an 18th-century Anishinaabe outfit

Global trade and an 18th-century Anishinaabe outfit

(piano music) – [Dr. Zucker] We’re in the National Museum of the American Indian looking at this magnificent Anishinaabe outfit. – [Dr. Penney] It was collected by a lieutenant in the British Army, a guy named Andrew Foster, who was stationed in the Great Lakes area between Detroit and Michilimackinac, the head quarters of the […]

New Jersey’s Flag and its Story

New Jersey’s Flag and its Story

The first flags in what is now the American state of New Jersey were those of the European colonial empires that settled there. During the 1600s, both the Dutch Republic and the Swedish Empire established colonies that included small portions of what is now New Jersey. By 1655, the Dutch conquered the Swedish colony, but […]

How Clothes Have Killed

How Clothes Have Killed

– [Narrator] You’ve all heard the phrase beauty is pain, but what about beauty is death? (lighting strikes) (upbeat music) Beginning in the 1730s and through the 19th century, mercury was used in men’s felt hats. Think top hats. The mercury was brushed onto rabbit fur to help it form that felt feeling. One big […]

Hugo Elsewhere: The Jersey Studio and the photography of exile (13 Nov 2012)

Hugo Elsewhere: The Jersey Studio and the photography of exile (13 Nov 2012)

[ Silence ]>>Good afternoon, everybody and a very warm welcome to you at the Darwin Lecture Theatre and to this UCL Lunch Hour Lecture. Today it’s a great pleasure to welcome Dr. Jann Matlock who is a senior lecturer at the UCL Department of French and she’s going to talk to us about perhaps some […]

DAYTON, NEW JERSEY

DAYTON, NEW JERSEY

Today’s five facts will be about Dayton, New Jersey. Dayton, New Jersey was first settled in 1685, but was actually known by different original name, Crossroads. The original name had to do with the road now behind me once known as the Crossweeksung Trail but which is now George’s Road. It was also in due […]