Parte 2 http://wirecellar.com/63r7
Parte 3 http://wirecellar.com/63u4
Parte 4 http://wirecellar.com/63vG
Parte 2 https://dai.ly/x6vcjln
Parte 3 https://dai.ly/x6vcjll
Parte 4 https://dai.ly/x6vcjlo
I cast an enchantment spell that makes my facial hair grow throughout the video
Support me for a shout-out and/or kiss
Shirts & stuff
First 30 Minutes: Lego Island [PC]
[Walkthrough] - Croc 2 - Part #1 -- CROC TO THE RESCUE
Half Life 1 Multiplayer gameplay 1
WCW vs.NWO:World Tour gameplay
Max Payne Gameplay HD
Left 4 Dead Walkthrough Gameplay Part 1 No Mercy No Commentary (PC) [1080p60fps]
Titanfall 1080p 60FPS Gameplay
It's that time of the year where exams begin to haunt every student's life. Which type of student are you?
Follow me on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/thejianhaotan/
Students During Exams will be coming soon.
Featuring: Ryan, Aurelia, Joanna, Sikeen, Anna
Dee Kosh: https://www.instagram.com/deekosh
Xin De: https://www.instagram.com/xindeyap/
Chery Chin: https://www.instagram.com/cheryl.chin/
Danial Ron https://www.instagram.com/danialron/
Zhi Kai https://www.instagram.com/tzkaiiii/
Special thanks to Singapore Polytechnic for the location: https://www.sp.edu.sg/
Shop our merchandise on: http://www.shophaohao.com
For business enquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly
TITAN DIGITAL MEDIA
Zeal Salon: https://www.facebook.com/zealsalon
Secretlab GAMING CHAIR - http://secretlab.sg/ use the promo code HAO and get $20 off
Hi friends! I am so excited to announce that I am going back to school to earn my Masters of Education at Capella University! I am LOVING my experience so far and will be keeping you all updated as I go through the program.
I am an actual Capella student compensated for posting about my experience at Capella. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
If you want more information, please use the links below!
LEARN MORE ABOUT FLEXPATH:
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FLEXPATH MOVEMENT:
LEARN ABOUT THE MASTERS OF EDUCATION:
Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe so you don’t miss future videos!
MY TEACHERSPAYTEACHERS STORE:
MY PO BOX:
PO Box 719
Gambrills, MD 21054
POCKETFUL OF PRIMARY MERCHANDISE:
MY AMAZON FAVORITES:
In this mini-documentary about public school funding, I discuss the history of compulsory schooling, the corporations who have channeled billions of dollars into the public school system under the guise of philanthropy, and how that philanthropy has influenced legislation that's resulted in a government monopoly over schooling.
Subscribe For More - http://bit.ly/reallygraceful
What the Media Wont Tell You - http://bit.ly/reallygracefulplaylist
Please subscribe to my backup channel: http://bit.ly/reallygracefulsecondchannel
Support my work on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/reallygraceful
On this channel, I talk about suppressed history by connecting the past to the present. On the daily, we're inundated with breaking news headlines propagated on the radio, television, and social media. It's my goal to provide context so that we can collectively navigate through this information labyrinth.
Try Dashlane here: https://www.dashlane.com/infographicsshow
(Plus, here’s a promo code: infographics)
Before we start, let’s make something clear. Someone asks on Quora, “Why do Americans call university, college?” It is a little bit confusing if you’re not from the U.S. When Americans talk about college they are usually talking about institutes of higher learning that you attend after you graduate high school. One university might have several colleges, such as Cornell University, which has seven. ‘College’ and ‘university’ are interchangeable. We just thought we’d make that clear.
If you say you are going to college in the UK or Australia or somewhere in Asia, it usually means a place of further education or somewhere you might study a vocational subject such as nursing, textile manufacturing or automotive repair. So, today we are talking more about differences after high school graduation rather than a comparison of two similar types of institutions.
Welcome to this episode of the Infographics Show, High School vs College.
SUBSCRIBE TO US -► http://bit.ly/TheInfographicsShow
WEBSITE (SUGGEST A TOPIC):
Sources for this episode:
Billionaire Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos just took another major legal loss this week when a district judge ruled that she could no longer delay the implementation of student loan protections that were crafted during the Obama administration. This is just the latest in a long line of legal defeats suffered by DeVos who apparently views her position as one to protect private for-profit colleges and bankers rather than protecting college students. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.
Link – https://www.salon.com/2018/10/18/betsy-devos-loses-major-battle-over-obamas-student-loan-protections/
Support us by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon, and help keep progressive media alive!: https://www.patreon.com/TheRingofFire
Spread the word! LIKE and SHARE this video or leave a comment to help direct attention to the stories that matter. And SUBSCRIBE to stay connected with Ring of Fire's video content!
Support Ring of Fire by subscribing to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/theringoffire
Be sociable! Follow us on:
Follow more of our stories at http://www.TROFIRE.com
Subscribe to our podcast: http://www.ROFPodcast.com
You know, it seems like we've had really nothing but bad news to talk about for several weeks, so here's something positive that happened in the United States this week. US District Judge Randolph Moss actually slapped down an effort by Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education, the billionaire Secretary of Education. Let's not leave that part out, because that's important. She was trying, basically, to undo Obama-era rules and delay their implementation because they would've allowed students who got swindled by for-profit colleges to have their student loans forgiven and it would've allowed them to avoid arbitration, and instead, taken their case directly to trial. Betsy DeVos didn't want that to happen. She thought if you borrowed money from a big bank in order to go to a fraudulent college that you didn't know was fraudulent, you were being scammed, she still thought you had an obligation to pay back that money, even though the degree you got was completely worthless. She also thought that if you wanted to sue them, you needed to go sit in arbitration in front of a friendly arbiter panel for the for-profit institution, where you would literally get nothing back because consumers lose almost 90% of the time in arbitration.
That's what Betsy DeVos was trying to do. Obama administration, to their credit, took the issue of student loan debt and for-profit college scammers seriously, and they attempted to do something about it. And they did do something about it. It's just that those rules had not been put into place yet, and Betsy DeVos was fighting tooth and nail to prevent them from ever going into place.
Betsy DeVos's loyalties are to the for-profit college agencies, those companies, and the big banks. It's not to students. She has not done a single thing, in almost two years on the job, to make the lives of students better, to make the jobs of teachers better, or to make education better. Every single thing that this woman was done since becoming the Secretary of Education, has been to the benefit of the corporations and banks, and to the detriment of students and teachers and any educational institute here in the United States, except of course, again, for those that pull in a profit.
Why? Because this billionaire doesn't have enough money yet. She's got a financial stake in this. This is a woman who is heavily invested in private education. She gets a profit off of it, and that's why she's trying to steer us towards that. That's why she's trying to delay these Obama-era protections because that could actually hurt her, financially.
Luckily we've got people out there like District Judge Randolph Moss, who understood what was happening, understood that it was unconstitutional, and slapped her back down so that maybe she understands that the position she agreed to take is about protecting students and not about protecting her own financial interests.
Sandra Laing: A Spiritual Journey (2000): Sandra Laing was born to white parents in South Africa, but because of her appearance she was identified as black and expelled from school. What followed was a heartbreaking story of a family ripped apart during Apartheid-era South Africa.
Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures#
Sandra Laing was born in 1955 to two white Afrikaners. She had a happy early childhood, unaware of her difference. However once she started school, it became obvious that Sandra was no normal child; due to her dark skin, Sandra was believed to be black. At 10 years old, parents at her primary school petitioned for her expulsion, deeming it unacceptable for a young 'black' girl to be educated in a white school. Her case was referred to the Department of Home Affairs, and Sandra was officially identified as black, and expelled. After a 2-year-long petition process, Sandra was re-identified as white after a blood test proved she was her parents' child. It was too late however; her absence at school had caused her to fall behind, and her English to suffer. Unable to fit into a divided society, Sandra, aged just 15, ran away with a black man and started a family. She was jailed for two months for being in a mix-raced couple, during which her family refused to visit. Even once released, her father refused to speak to her and cut contact, with her mother eventually following suit. The years to follow would prove to be tough, her identity constantly questioned and her life ending up in pieces. 30 years later, now happy with a
new husband, Sandra has difficulty coming to terms with the past, feeling guilt and regret for her actions, and while she longs to visit her now dying mother, her white family still wants nothing to do with her. A heartbreaking and extraordinary story set in Apartheid South Africa, which was eventually turned into a film, Skin (2008), starring Sophie Okonedo.
For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/707
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures
Follow us on Twitter:
Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures
SABC Special Assignment - Ref. 0707
*Link to Get Tickets to my Building Wealth Conference in VEGAS
*My 11 Part Stock Market Investing Mastery Course. Enjoy!
*Join my private stock market group if you are an experienced investor.
* My Instagram is : FinancialEducationJeremy
Financial Education Channel
The path to becoming a doctor is challenging. First college as a pre-med, then medical school, and finally residency. Which part is the most challenging? In this video we'll go over each stage.
Vlog channel: https://youtube.com/lifeofasurgeon
Pre-med Roadmap to Med School Acceptance: https://medschoolinsiders.com/all-courses/
College vs Medical School: https://youtu.be/PgHotL0MOVM
Med School vs Residency: https://youtu.be/3mFF8It-oG8
My Struggles & Story: https://youtu.be/AF6w5sI0g_M
Pre-med Study Strategies, What I Wish I Knew in College: https://youtu.be/1JqFJdptTto
02:19 The distractions
02:57 Pre-med competition
04:30 Increased flexibility - too many options
05:22 MEDICAL SCHOOL
05:29 Lack of flexibility
06:20 Pace of learning
06:59 Transition from classroom to wards
09:05 Keep on top of your medical knowledge
09:16 Sleep deprivation
09:30 More challenging hours
09:42 The Hardest Part
Support the channel and become a Patron! Visit https://patreon.com/medschoolinsiders
Connect with me!
AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/medschoolinsiders
Disclaimer: Content of this video is my opinion and does not constitute medical advice. The content and associated links provide general information for general educational purposes only. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Kevin Jubbal, M.D. and Med School Insiders LLC will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.