June 30, 2018

Emmenez-moi votre mère, pour que je puisse vous refaire

Allen Ginsberg interviews William S. Burroughs.

We sat with towels in the black dark smoky plastic igloo bower, laced with twig skeleton covered with black plastic, a fire pit in center. Bill sat by the entrance as the big-bellied shaman went ’round the tent thanking each one there, Bill first, for inviting him to share the grandfathers’ medicine and again giving him the opportunity to drive the bad spirit out of Bill’s life and body. Then he prayed to the grandfathers, water, earth, rocks and green coal. So Melvin prayed to the creator, the grandfathers, the elements, to help Bill on his way, make his way easy when it’s time for him to go back to the creator, make him strong to live a long long time, and to us all to think of Bill and send him our healing thoughts, get rid of the bad element that was in the coal, send the bad spirit back to the one who’d put it in Bill, maybe an animal, maybe someone angry. The spirit was caught, jiggled in the shrill flute & blown into the fire. Put the spirit into the rocky fire pit still glowing, steaming with cedar-fragrant smoke in our eyes.
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Eefje de Visser - Genoeg

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June 27, 2018

Horse Lords: A Brief History of the Scythians

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Slow Sugar - Hypnotic Love (Dulsae Remix)

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June 25, 2018

Leah Remini on Finding Out About Xenu

And: Joe Rogan Experience #908 - Leah Remini

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Soto Voce - Pop

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June 24, 2018

No Surrender | 60 Minutes Australia

"Despite all the years of telling you he’s Charles Wooley, he hasn’t been entirely truthful. That’s because he’s really a MacGregor, a proud member of the infamous warrior clan from the Scottish Highlands. For centuries the MacGregors have been bravely – and it must be said mostly unsuccessfully – fighting to save Scotland from the hands of the English. So when Charles was invited to attend a clan gathering he thought it would be a chance to immerse himself in the romance of his ancestral family tree. What he found though was a much darker and unexpected history."

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Electric Treasure - Boneshaker

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June 22, 2018

Otherworld (1985) S01E01 Rules of Attraction

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Yall ft. Gabriela Richardson - Hundred Miles

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June 21, 2018

VFX artist shows you how BIG SpaceX rockets really are

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Juno Reactor - Live In Tokyo (2002)

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June 20, 2018

Why Does American Beer Taste Like Water?

"Americans drink 51 Billion Pints of beer every single year. Despite the abundance of craft beers available, the most popular variety is the traditional light American Lager. But why do these mass produced beers taste so watery? And how did they get to be so popular in the first place?"

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R.E.M. - Orange Crush

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June 19, 2018

Nukes in Space: The Rainbow Bombs (1999)

Nukes in space. The Rainbow bombs. from Danny Fox on Vimeo.

"Peter Kuran, the award-winning creator of 'Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie,' presents Nukes in Space using newly declassified test footage and government documents, along with provocative interviews with key military and science authorities of the era. A powerful original score from the Moscow Symphony Orchestra and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound raise your viewing experience to a new level, helping to bring home the stark realities of the atomic era."

Narrated by William Shatner.

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Vanilla Fudge - You Keep Me Hangin' On

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June 17, 2018

60 Minutes Australia - Island of horror

"As far as gripping, real-life crime thrillers go, this one has everything. A mutiny, a psychopath and a brutal mass murder. It’s a 388-year-old cold case mystery that dates back to 1629 when the Dutch sailing ship, Batavia, struck a tiny atoll off the West Australian coast near Geraldton. Almost 300 passengers and crew survived the shipwreck but over the next few months, as they waited to be rescued, more than 100 were slaughtered. For centuries their bodies lay buried, the story forgotten. But now the search for the truth about Australia’s greatest mass murder is underway as archaeologists from Australia and the Netherlands dig up new clues – and victims."

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Shells - Jagwar

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June 15, 2018

OSS Office of Strategic Services - Japanese Behavior (c. 1943)

"Office of Strategic Services. Field Photographic Branch... Film Report: Excerpts compiled by OSS to try to provide a basic understanding of the social, economic, political and religious aspects of Japanese culture and how they effect national behavior. R.1: Illustrates the old, new, and western influences on Japanese culture. Scenes of gardens, home life, sports, dance, Shinto religious customs, and agriculture. R.2: Emphasizes the order, ritual, and ceremonial discipline that pervade all phases of Japanese life. Shows a dying man, theatrical performances, festivals and sport, events."

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Tatiana Nikolayeva plays Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV 988

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June 14, 2018

Chandler Burr - Synthetic No. 5

"It isn’t even the norm. I was in an extremely elegant bastion of perfume recently — gorgeous and innovative, with surprising scents — when I complimented a woman buying Chanel No. 5 on her choice. And she said, 'Yes, I buy Chanel scents because they’re made from 100 percent natural products.'


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David Bowie and Elvis Presley - TVC15

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June 13, 2018

Wil Wheaton - William *Bleeping* Shatner

"The filming of Star Trek 5 happened only a few doors away from Star Trek The Next Generation, Giving Wil Wheaton (Wesley Crusher) the chance to meet his idol William Shatner, it didn't go as well as he had hoped..."

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Madonna - Don't Tell Me

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June 12, 2018

Seeing Red (2013) | 60 Minutes Australia

"In her first interview in eight years, Sarah Ferguson - the Duchess of York sat down with 60 Minutes and revealed two very different sides to her personality - 'Sarah' and 'Bad Fergie' (her description, not ours!)"

Finding Sarah: Dr. Phil and the Duchess have a breakthrough.

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Chelsea Jade - Laugh It Off

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June 11, 2018

Jimmy McAleavey - Moonmen (BBC Radio3)

"A space odyssey with a difference, Moonmen centres on a philosophical encounter between two isolated men - an astronaut and a CB radio enthusiast in rural Ireland. Are they polar opposites or kindred spirits locked in a mutual orbit?"

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The Beautiful South - I'll Sail This Ship Alone

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June 10, 2018

Madonna - MET Ball 2018

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June 09, 2018

Noel Coward's This Happy Breed (1989)

"Written by Noel Coward. The story of a 20-year period from June 1919, when the Gibbons family move in to their new home near Clapham Common, and the adventures they encounter, to June 1939, when they leave it."

The story of the play concerns the working class Gibbons family between the end of World War I and the outbreak of World War II. It anticipates the non-violent ways in which social justice issues might be incorporated into post-war national reconstruction, examines the personal trauma caused by the sudden death of sons and daughters and anticipates the forthcoming return of English men from the war. It is also an intimate portrait of the economy and politics of Great Britain in the 1920s and 1930s (such as the General Strike of 1926), as well as showing the advances in technology – the arrival of primitive crystal radio sets and telephones, home gas lights being replaced by electricity and mass broadcast radio.
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The Magicians - Under Pressure

The Magicians Under pressure from Roberto Fringie on Vimeo.

From "All That Josh" Season 3, Episode 9

Mm ba ba de
Um bum ba de
Um bu bu bum da de

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June 08, 2018

Hands: A Dublin Bookbinder (1981)

"In a world of mass production, the firm of John F Newman, works entirely by hand matching or even bettering in quality the work of 18th century masters. The company continues to use skills dating back to the 16th century in Persia.

"In this extract experts from the bindery put a myriad of conservation techniques to the test in the restoration of some ancient volumes from Marsh’s Library."

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Phoria - Volition

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June 07, 2018

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (trailer)

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Die Antwoord feat. The Black Goat - Alien

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June 06, 2018

J.K. Rowling in conversation with Stephen Fry

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Phoria - Evolve

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June 05, 2018


Thomas Heatherwick's Vessel, inspired by Indian stepwells, tops out at Hudson Yards.

The 150-foot tall, bronzed-steel and concrete Vessel is designed to react to its surroundings in both material and function. Containing over 2,400 steps, 80 landings and 154 flights of stairs, the sculpture gradually widens out from a 50-foot base to a 150-feet diameter at the top, and will offer visitors unobstructed views of the surrounding Hudson Yards neighborhood and the other side of the Hudson River.
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Mala - Changes

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June 03, 2018

Friday Night, Saturday Morning - Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)

John Cleese, Michael Palin, Malcolm Muggeridge and Mervyn Stockwood, the Bishop of Southwark debate the film.

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Soto Voce - Better

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June 02, 2018

Stories of Finnish Art - Akseli Gallen-Kallela, 'Lemminkäinen's Mother' (1897)

"Akseli Gallen-Kallela painted some powerful interpretations of the Finnish national epic, The Kalevala. Among the most moving of these was the Symbolist painting Lemminkäinen's Mother, in which youthful bravado and recklessness have driven the hero to destruction. The scene is set in the realm of the dead, by the river of Tuonela, from which there is no return. And yet the power of a mother’s love transcends the bounds of humanity, and the dead awaken to life. The film takes the viewer deep into another world, into limbo, into a land that does not exist."

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Digital Mystikz - Anti War Dub

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June 01, 2018

ADVChina - Intense but short lived crackdowns in China

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LV feat. Dandelion - CCTV

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