So, it's not saying that white people haven't worked for anything, because clearly, uh, white Americans have worked hard, but so have black Americans. There's all-new cabinets and sinks and whatever. Oh, oh I am so sorry I constantly joked you were a drunk child. This is exactly the type of thing I'd enjoy: questioning social norms and comedy! For white children, it actually helps them to be able to think better. What the heck kinda game is this? I really hope this show takes off.
Also, one of the pantry workers remarked that they had to throw away a lot of canned food, because it was expired. On the other hand, predominantly black and Latino schools are massively underfunded. After having trouble with his lawnmower, Adam explains why having a green lawn is an expensive, environmental nightmare. Early suburb developers like William Levitt instituted explicitly racist policies. Haven't you done enough already, you overgrown garden gnome? They become better problem solvers. Turn your dirt into grass fast or you'll have to answer to the gardening club! Come on, chalky bush boy, take me back.
Thank you for such a great show and keep up the great work It's everything great infotainment should be: Snappy, truly informational, truly humorous, inspired and inspiring, well-directed, well-acted, more- than-adequately produced, yadda yadda yadda! The main character of the show is Adam Conover who get used to be not like the others. Those two things actually don't work together. It's the result of decades of racist federal policy that affect us to this day. We've never had the will to do that. There are so many cons, misconceptions, and deceitful propaganda that hundreds of millions of people just accept as correct and truth.
Blood banks usually run low toward the end of the year, so donating in November and December can be very helpful. You're driving down my property values. I think that this show is one of the greatest informational shows that is on the air right now. Go pack your things, buddy. Well, in the 1800s, those fads made their way to dumb, fancy America. Too often we take things as fact because they are the status quo, when we should be questioning them.
In fact, donating items overseas that can be made locally depresses the local income. Schools are often better in the suburbs. A very good show hope it runs for a long time and remains as interesting as it is this season Example last air of the auto industry where I would save 1800 if I bought a car direct from the manufacturer instead of buying from the dealership. People tend to think of segregation as an archaic term for Jim Crow policies that led to the civil rights movement. And this advantage compounded over time. Nikole, would you mind telling Ron what most people get wrong about segregation? It's not like when we passed the Fair Housing law in 1968, we started over and we equalized all the housing values. Well, the first thing we can do is actually live our values.
A study in Sweden even found that people who live more than 31 miles from work actually die sooner. At some point, you'll be too old to drive, turning your house into a prison. We should reallyan schools help Lorraine. Well, one, I think, often when we hear about segregation, we think of this as a Southern phenomenon, as something that happened way back then and happened way down there. The first episode is often a pilot and is not always representative of the series. He goes to a segregated school. This show is different, I was dawn in by the intriguing information but I was genuinely surprised when the show was, like, actually funny.
In fact, the design of cul-de-sac suburbs is bad for you on nearly every level. Many towns and homeowners associations even have strict rules about what you can and can't do with your lawn. Adam breaks his bubble by introducing him to the racist federal policy called Red Lining, that kept non-white communities from getting loans to buy homes. There are things you can do that No, no, no, save your breath, okay? The one or two year expiration dates on canned food are arbitrary - canned food does not spoil unless the can is damaged the can is rusty or the button has popped. Actually, suburban schools have a ton of downsides, but I'll tell you about it in a second.
Season 2, Episode 15 October 31, 2017 Season 2, Episode 15 October 31, 2017 Testing mice means wasted resources because what works on them often fails on humans; scarce funding stops scientists from seeking cures, and there's no money in reproducing results, even though it's essential in proving findings. It was just a European fad that got outta control. Well, that's a cul-de-sac life. Little Donovan you wanna have a catch? This is my biggest quibble with the show. But the fact that so many suburbs are mostly white is no accident.