The band members began as friends who knew each other from various schools across Birmingham, England. The name “UB40” was selected in reference to a form issued to people claiming unemployment benefits from the UK government’s Department of Employment. The designation UB40 stood for Unemployment Benefit, Form 40.
I thought this was a pretty good intro to running python and VS Code.
Note you want to have Python and VS Code installed. It goes from there.
From the comments: 60 years ago and when this was made, 60 years ago was 1897. Let that sink in.
LEMMiNo is a personal favorite of mine.
Documentaries and list videos narrated by a 20-something Swedish guy.
Dead Meat. Even if you’re not a horror movie fan. They’re funny and solid reviews so I get to be informed and not have to sit through a 90 minute movie.
A horror movie channel celebrating everything great and awful about the genre. Home of the Kill Count series by James A.
Explaining things in an OverSimplified way
Bon Appetit! Especially their Gourmet Makes series.
Bon Appétit is a highly opinionated food brand that wants everyone to love cooking and eating as much as we do. We believe in …
Ask A Mortician. Really anything by Caitlin Doughty IMO.
Mortician in Los Angeles. You got death questions, we got death answers. Mortality + Culture. http://www.orderofthegooddeath.com …
Tons of awesome courses in one awesome channel! Nicole Sweeney teaches you sociology, Carrie Anne Philbin teaches you …
It’s a dude restoring old rusty items to perfect condition without any talking! There are other channels like that, which are just as good, but he has to most subscribers. Very relaxing to watch before bed.
Hello and welcome to my channel. I’m uploading videos all about mechanical stuff, new creations and also restorations. I love to …
TheOdd1sOut. Amazing and very funny contect from every day life. He talks about situations e all know.
What I use: I draw my pictures on Paint Tools Sai and I edit it all in Adobe Premiere. (Really? You don’t use any animation …
Daily dose of Internet!
Welcome to your Daily Dose of Internet where I search for the best trending videos, or videos people have forgotten about, and put …
Ed Hawkes – (My personal recommendations)
3BlueOneBrown – Math and science stuff explained remarkably clearly
3blue1brown, by Grant Sanderson, is some combination of math and entertainment, depending on your disposition. The goal is …
Programming with Mosh – Easy to follow guide to the contemporary programming scene: https://www.youtube.com/user/programmingwithmosh
Not long after drama reappeared in the unlikely home of European churches, the church decided again it didn’t like theater. And so, the budding dramatic scene was kicked out into the harsh elements of the outdoors. So, they started having plays outdoors. Today we’ll learn about mystery plays, cycle plays, pageant wagons, and how medieval European theater moved from being a religious phenomenon to a secular one.
The other important medieval genre is the morality play, which Hildegarde of Bingen started. The most famous morality play is “Everyman,” which is still performed annually and often updated. Morality plays have one simple message: YOU GONNA DIE. So you’d better get your act together, because all that love and wealth and fun aren’t gonna follow you six feet under.