Tea, Taxes, and The American Revolution: Crash Course World History #28

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History and today you aren’t going to get a blow by blow chronology of the American Revolution, and you aren’t going to get cool biographical details about Thomas Jefferson or George Washington. But you are going to get me not wearing Continue Reading

You Look Like a Coffee Table: Days 49-54 | 100 Days

John: I think more than anything, we look like dolphins coming up for air. This is the Heroic Dolphin It’s the swimming dolphin right there. Like a dolphin going into the water I guess a lot of dolphin metaphors, Laura. It’s the the only animal I’m familiar with other than Continue Reading

How to Make Coffee

I’m going to be honest, I don’t drink a lot of coffee because it freaks me out. And when I do drink coffee I drink decaf because it actually has quite a bit of caffeine in it. But whether or not you have cultivated this craving: knowing how to make Continue Reading

Coffee, Mesmerism, and Morning Routines | Idea Channel | PBS Digital Studios

Apparently, philosopher Simone de Beauvoir wasn’t too keen on starting the day, but boredom would eventually crowbar her out of bed so she could be working by 10:00. After a cup of tea, she would work for six hours before leaving the house to meet up with friends. Frederich Nietzsche, Continue Reading