Babar: Monkey Business – Ep.23


CLOSED CAPTIONING PROVIDED BY YTV CANADA, INC. (♪♪♪)>>>(kids giggling)>>HI, POPPA. (♪♪♪) UNCLE ARTHUR!>>MOMMA, MOMMA. (giggling) (♪♪♪) (♪♪♪)>>AH, A VERY GOOD YEAR. (alarm blaring)>>>AHA! CAUGHT YOU! TAKE THAT! GET ‘IM!>>WHAT’S GOING ON?>>WE’VE GOT HIM, UNCLE ZEPHIR. (all gasping) DAD?>>I’M ALL FOR FAMILY TOGETHERNESS, BUT, REALLY, CHILDREN…>>SORRY. WE THOUGHT YOU WERE THE PEANUT BUTTER POACHER.>>YEAH, SOMEONE’S BEEN STEALING OUR PRIVATE STOCK, YOU KNOW.>>AND UNCLE ZEPHIR IS HELPING US CATCH HIM.>>I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN. THIS OLD GAG IS JUST LIKE YOU.>>WHAT?>>YOU KNOW, YOUR UNCLE ZEPHIR WAS QUITE THE PRANKSTER IN HIS DAY.>>>UNCLE ZEPHIR?>>I DABBLED.>>DABBLED? DABBLED? MIGHT I REMIND YOU THAT YOUR JOKES ALMOST WIPED OUT A WHOLE YEAR’S PEANUT CROP?>>WHAT DO YOU MEAN, DAD?>>TELL US, FATHER, TELL US.>>ALL RIGHT, GATHER AROUND. IT WAS A TIME WE WILL NEVER FORGET…THERE WAS ONCE PARTICULAR WEEKWHEN NO ONE WAS SPARED FROMYOUR UNCLE ZEPHIR’S UNIQUEBRAND OF HUMOUR.>>HUH? HEY! YEOW! (loud crash)>>>HUH?>>OH! OH, I… I… (knock at door)>>OOH. (jack-in-the-box honking) AHHHH! (sighs)>>NEEDLESS TO SAY, AS THE DAYSPASSED, WE WERE ALL TIRING OFZEPHIR’S PRANKS, BUT WITH ONLYONE WEEK TO GO BEFOREHARVESTING OUR BIGGEST PEANUTCROP EVER, I HAD MORE IMPORTANTMATTERS TO DEAL WITH.>>THIS YEAR’S CROP IS SURE TO PRODUCE THE FINEST PEANUT BUTTER NOUVEAU EVER.>>(young Babar) AND YOU’RE SURE WE HAVEN’T SPREAD OURSELVES TOO THIN WITH SUCH A BIG CROP?>>PRECISELY WHAT WE WISH TO DISCUSS WITH YOU, BABAR. BUT THERE IS A SLIGHT DANGER.>>A DANGER?>>WELL, IT SEEMS THAT OUR ROYAL PEANUT PLANTERS HAVE POSITIONED THE EXPANDED PATCH IN PERILOUS PROXIMITY TO RATAXES’ ANNUAL RHINO RAMPAGE ROUTE.>>OH, IS THAT ALL?>>>IS THAT ALL?>>THE RHINO RAMPAGE HAS BEEN KNOWN TO LAY WASTE TO ENTIRE REGIONS.>>ENTIRE TERRITORIES TRAMPLED. THE ROYAL PEANUT PATCH COULD BE NEXT.>>YOU BOTH KNOW, AS WELL AS I, THAT RATAXES’ RAMPAGING ISN’T WHAT IT USED TO BE. BUT IF IT’LL MAKE YOU FEEL ANY BETTER, I’LL POST A GUARD OUT HERE.>>MAY I SUGGEST THE ELEPHANT SQUAD, SIRE?>>NO, THIS JOB ISN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR THEM. NO JOB IS BIG ENOUGH FOR THEM.>>BABAR!>>ZEPHIR IS AT IT AGAIN.>>(Zephir laughing)>>LOOK, ZEPHIR, WE ALL LIKE A GOOD JOKE NOW AND THEN, BUT THIS INCESSANT PRANK-PLAYING HAS GONE TOO FAR!>>BUT I’M BORED, BABAR. BORED! BORED! BORED! GIVE ME SOMETHING TO DO, PLEASE? I’LL DO ANYTHING.>>OKAY, ZEPHIR, I’VE GOT JUST THE JOB FOR YOU.>>OH, NO!>>DON’T EVEN THINK IT!>>PRESENTING OUR DULY APPOINTED PEANUT PATCH GUARD.>>OH, PLEASE.>>SIRE, THE VERY PRIDE OF CELESTEVILLE IS AT STAKE HERE.>>EXACTLY WHY I HIRED ZEPHIR FOR THE JOB. HE’S MY FRIEND AND I TRUST HIM. BESIDES, THIS WAY HE’LL BE TOO BUSY TO PULL ANY MORE PRANKS.>>HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR! HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR! OOF! HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR!>>BUT, SIRE, SURELY ONE TINY SIMIAN CAN’T STAND UP AGAINST A WHOLE HERD OF STAMPEDING RHINOCERI.>>DON’T WORRY, IF ANYTHING HAPPENS, ALL ZEPHIR HAS TO DO IS PULL THIS LEVER.>>PULLING THE LEVER, SIR!>>>NO, DON’T! (recorded battle charge)>>ZEPHIR! TURN IT OFF!>>WHAT?>>>TURN IT OFF!>>I CAN’T HEAR YOU! LET ME TURN THIS THING OFF! NOW, WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU?>>PERHAPS, WE SHOULD JUST SEND THE RHINOS A STAMPEDE INVITATION AND BE DONE WITH IT.>>COME ON, RATAXES ISN’T GOING TO RAMPAGE, AND YOU KNOW IT.>>HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR! HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR!>>(adult Babar)UNFORTUNATELY, LADY RATAXESHAD OTHER IDEAS.>>BUT, DEAR, WE CAN’T CHANGE THE RAMPAGE NOW. IT’LL MESS WITH TRADITION.>>TRADITION, HA! THE RAMPAGE BEGAN AS A SHOW OF JUNGLE SUPERIORITY. UNDER YOUR LEADERSHIP, IT’S BEEN REDUCED TO A BACKYARD FOOD BINGE WITH THE BOYS.>>UH, WHAT’S YOUR POINT?>>WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE DAYS WHEN THE RAMPAGE COULD MOVE MOUNTAINS, CLEAR WHOLE FORESTS, CHANGE THE COURSE OF MIGHTY RIVERS?>>BUDGET CUTS?>>I PROPOSE THAT WE RETURN TO THOSE THRILLING DAYS OF YESTERYEAR AND RESTORE THE ANNUAL RHINO RAMPAGE TO WHAT IT ONCE WAS.>>>OH!>>AN IMPRESSIVE SHOW OF RHINO MIGHT.>>OH…>>WE’LL FOLLOW THE OLD RAMPAGE ROUTE. OH, ISN’T THIS EXCITING, DEAR? LOOK OUT, WORLD, THE RATAXES ANNUAL RHINO RAMPAGE IS BACK!>>HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR… HUP, TWO, THREE, FOUR… NO, NO, I’M AWAKE! HALT! WHO GOES THERE? (crickets chirping) BOY, AM I BORED. WHERE’S THE EXCITEMENT? WHERE’S THE GLORY? WHERE’S THE…? NOW THAT WOULD LIVEN THINGS UP A BIT. NO, ZEPHIR, YOU’VE GOT A JOB TO DO. YOU HAVE TO PROTECT THE PEANUT PATCH. I CAN’T STAND IT! SORRY, BABAR. (recorded battle charge) IT WAS A MATTER OF SURVIVAL. OH…>>MY TUSKS!>>OH, NO!>>HURRY!>>ZEPHIR, ARE YOU OKAY? ZEPHIR, DID THE RHINOS DO THIS TO YOU?>>NO, THE SOLITUDE DID. I WAS LONELY.>>>LONELY?!>>HEY. SAY, WHAT’S YOUR HURRY? WHY DON’T YOU STICK AROUND AND HAVE LUNCH? OR WE COULD PLAY A GAME OF CARDS. OLD MAID? GO FISH? 52 PICK-UP?>>>DON’T TOUCH THE ALARM!>>OKAY, OKAY. UNLESS, OF COURSE, I REALLY NEED YOU.>>AH, BASIL, THIS IS PERFECT. LADY RATAXES WILL NEVER FIND US OUT HERE. (chuckling) I, RATAXES, LORD OF ALL RHINOLAND, NOW DECLARE THE ANNUAL RHINO RAMPAGE TO BEGIN.>>>(all cheering)>>HA!>>>HA! (all cheering)>>SO, WHAT’S NEXT ON THE ITINERARY, BASIL?>>OH, TROUBLE.>>TROUBLE? I DON’T GET IT.>>YOU WILL.>>RATAXES! YOU CALL THIS A RAMPAGE?>>BUT, MY DEAR, YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND, THIS IS THE…>>THE MENTAL PREPARATION STAGE, MY LADY.>>VERY NECESSARY.>>IN WHICH WE FIRE OURSELVES UP THINKING DESTRUCTIVE THOUGHTS.>>>(card-players laughing)>>WELL, NOW THAT YOU’RE ALL FIRED UP, LET’S GET THIS SHOW ON THE ROAD! LET’S RAMPAGE!!>>OH…>>>RAMPAGE.>>>RAMPAGE. (thundering hooves) (recorded battle charge)>>AHEM, THESE ARE THE SALES RECORDS OF LAST YEAR’S PEANUT BUTTER NOUVEAU, SIRE.>>THANKS, POMPADOUR. PUT THEM WITH THE REST. (battle charge stops)>>(gasping)>>WELL?>>ANOTHER FALSE ALARM, I’M AFRAID. THAT’S THE FIFTH SO FAR. (recorded battle charge) (loud rumbling)>>CORRECTION, SIXTH.>>THIS CAN’T GO ON, BABAR. SOMETHING MUST BE DONE ABOUT ZEPHIR. HE’S PUTTING THE ROYAL PEANUT PATCH AT RISK.>>THAT PRANKSTER MUST BE TAUGHT A GOOD LESSON.>>EXACTLY WHAT I HAD IN MIND, GENTLEMEN. JUST KEEP IGNORING THAT ALARM. (adult Babar)I HAD DECIDED IT WAS TIME TOGIVE ZEPHIR A TASTE OF HIS OWNMEDICINE.>>YOU?>>HOW, DAD?>>YOU’LL SEE.>>>(Celeste & Arthur gasping)>>(young Babar) WELL, HOW DO I LOOK?>>LIKE AN ELEPHANT IN A RHINO COSTUME.>>ZEPHIR’S IN FOR IT NOW.>>AFTER THIS, HE’LL THINK TWICE BEFORE PULLING ANOTHER FALSE ALARM.>>WELL, I JUST HOPE NOTHING GOES WRONG.>>WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG? (bird distress call) (loud rumbling)>>(groaning)>>UH, YOUR LADYSHIP, ACCORDING TO MY CALCULATIONS, WE’RE HEADING DIRECTLY FOR KING BABAR’S ROYAL PEANUT PATCH.>>SO?>>SO THAT WOULD BE A MOST UNNEIGHBOURLY THING TO DO.>>BASIL’S RIGHT, MY DEAR. TRAMPLING BABAR’S PEANUT PATCH WOULD BE WRONG. WE’LL HAVE TO CALL IT QUITS.>>SINCE WHEN DO YOU CARE ABOUT BABAR?>>IT’S NOT HIM. IT’S ALL THOSE INNOCENT PEANUTS.>>THEY’RE SO YUM.>>OH, PUL-EASE. RAMPAGE!>>>(all roaring)>>JUST MY LUCK, NOT A RHINO IN SIGHT.>>RAMPAGE!>>AH, THE RHINOS ARE ATTACKING! (recorded battle charge) THE RHINOS ARE REALLY HERE!>>(young Babar roaring)>>(Zephir screaming)>>I SAY, POMPADOUR, ISN’T THAT THE PEANUT PATCH ALARM, AGAIN?>>I DO BELIEVE IT IS, CORNELIUS.>>TRADE SECTIONS?>>YES, THANK YOU.>>NOBODY’S COMING! IT’S ME AGAINST THE WHOLE RHINO RAMPAGE! OH, HOW DO I GET INTO THESE MESSES? DUMB, STUPID PRANKS, THAT’S HOW. HELP!>>GLAD TO SEE YOU FINALLY GOT THE MESSAGE, ZEPHIR.>>HUH?>>IT’S ME.>>YOU ANIMAL! YOU ATE MY FRIEND! HEY, WHAT GIVES? IS THIS SOME KIND OF GAG, OR WHAT?>>WE’RE EVEN, ZEPHIR.>>A PRANK FOR A PRANKSTER. I’M CURED. HEY, BUT WHAT IF THE RHINOS REALLY DO RAMPAGE?>>NAH, THEY HAVEN’T DONE ANY REAL RAMPAGING IN AGES.>>(gasps)>>>RAMPAGE!>>>(Babar & Zephir screaming) (recorded battle charge)>>LEAVE IT, ZEPHIR. NO ONE’S GOING TO COME.>>THEN WE’RE DOOMED.>>NOT YET, WE’RE NOT. COME ON. YOU RUN BACK TO THE PALACE AND GET HELP. I’LL HOLD THEM OFF AS LONG AS I CAN.>>(adult Babar)THE RHINOS WERE HEADED STRAIGHTFOR THE PEANUT PATCH LIKE ANUNSTOPPABLE AVALANCHE.IF HELP DIDN’T COME SOON,THE PEANUTS WERE DOOMED.SO, WITH NO TIME TO LOSE,I TOOK IT UPON MYSELF TORE-ROUTE THE RHINOS.(young Babar) RAMPAGE! AH, THE PEANUTS ARE BEING CREAMED! RAAAAAH!>>>(rhinos yelping)>>(gasps)>>>RAHHHHH!>>OH, NO! AH!>>YOU’VE GOT TO BELIEVE ME! THERE REALLY IS A RAMPAGE THIS TIME! HONEST!>>OH, YES, OF COURSE THERE IS.>>JUST LIKE ALL THE OTHERS.>>THIS IS FOR REAL. BABAR IS OUT THERE ALONE.>>IN A RHINO COSTUME?>>DON’T YOU UNDERSTAND? BABAR NEEDS OUR HELP.>>BOY, HE SURE SOUNDED CONVINCING.>>THE MARK OF A TRUE PRANKSTER.>>BABAR! BABAR! YIKES!>>IS HELP COMING, ZEPHIR?>>NO, THEY STILL THINK I’M JOKING.>>THEN IT’S UP TO US.>>BUT THERE’S STILL SO MANY OF THEM.>>MAYBE IF I CAN TURN RATAXES, THE OTHERS WILL FOLLOW. OH, YOUR RHINESS, WHY DON’T YOU TAKE A BREAK, SIR? WE CAN’T EXPECT YOU TO DO ALL THE RAMPAGING, NOW CAN WE?>>GOOD IDEA, BASIL.>>HERE YOU ARE, SIR. JUST SIT RIGHT HERE.>>AH…>>THAT’S IT, SIR, JUST RELAX.>>AH… OH, THAT FEELS GOOD. HEY, WHAT’S GOING…? YEOW!>>THERE GOES RATAXES.>>HALT! TAKE NOTE, BASIL, NOBODY RAMPAGES LIKE MY RATAXES. FOLLOW YOUR LEADER, RHINOS! RAMPAGE!>>I SUPPOSE YOU’RE RIGHT, CHILDREN. ZEPHIR SHOULD HAVE LEARNED HIS LESSON BY NOW. WELL, BABAR HAS– MY TUSKS! THE ROYAL PEANUT PATCH IS RUINED!>>NO MORE PEANUT BUTTER NOUVEAU! (sobbing) AND ALL BECAUSE OF THE PALACE PRANKSTER.>>NO, POMPADOUR, IT WAS MY FAULT. THIS WAS THE WRONG WAY TO TEACH ZEPHIR A LESSON. I SHOULD HAVE CLOBBERED HIM!>>HEY, WAIT!>>STAND STILL!>>YIKES! YAAAAA! BABAR, LOOK. YOU DID IT, BABAR. YOU SAVED A PLANT.>>(adult Babar)BUT WHAT A PLANT IT TURNEDOUT TO BE.IT WAS HEALTHY AND STRONG ANDWITH ALL THE EXTRA ATTENTIONTHAT PLANT GOT, IT YIELDEDA WHOLE JAR OF PEANUT BUTTER,AND THAT WAS THE MOST DELICIOUSJAR OF PEANUT BUTTER NOUVEAU WEHAVE EVER TASTED.MMMM!>>IT MUST HAVE BEEN GOOD.>>HUH?>>OH, YES, IT– (latch clicks)>>>THE PEANUT BUTTER POACHER.>>HIDE. (♪♪♪) (alarm blaring)>>>GET ‘IM!>>YEAH!>>>(all gasping) UNCLE ARTHUR?>>(Babar clears throat)>>I WAS JUST DOING ZEPHIR A FAVOUR. HE PUT ME UP TO THIS. ASK HIM.>>OOPS. WHAT CAN I SAY? I LOVE THE STUFF. MMMM! AH…>>>(kids laughing) CLOSED CAPTIONING PROVIDED BY YTV CANADA, INC.

Rise of the Rothschilds: The World’s Richest Family


The Rothschild banking dynasty: easily one
of the wealthiest families in history, but also the single largest source of conspiracy
theories. The vast and shrouded wealth of the Rothschilds
has endured for generations and has unsurprisingly made it hard to tell what is fact and what
is fiction. In this video we’re going back to the earliest
days of this famous Jewish family to see how they managed to build one of the greatest
fortunes in history at a time of rampant anti-semitism. This video is brought to you by Skillshare,
with whom I’ve partnered to make a series of educational videos on the stock market,
which you can watch for free by using the link in the description. Our story begins in Medieval Europe. By the 10th century most of Europe was under
the domain of Christianity. Political power was invariably tied to religion,
which made being a non-Christian very unfavorable. Perhaps the biggest victims of these circumstances
were the Jews. Having no home state of their own to fall
back to, the Jews were scattered throughout Europe, and many of them settled in the Holy
Roman Empire. This vast multi-ethnic state contained modern
day Germany, and like the rest of Europe it too wasn’t happy to harbor the Jews. In many cities the Jews we forced to live
in particular neighborhoods in what we now call ghettos, and the city of Frankfurt was
no exception. From 1462 onwards it confined all the Jews
in the city to a single narrow street outside the city walls. That street came to be known as the Judengasse
or the Jewish Alley, and it was made up of numerous tightly packed houses. Back then, the buildings weren’t distinguished
by numbers, but by signs. One building could be the house of the “ship”,
for example, while another could be the house of the “golden stone”. The sign on one of those houses was a red
shield, or Rothschild in German, and the family living in the house had gone by the same name
since at least 1528. Like most Jewish families at the time, the
Rothschilds were involved in finance. You see, in Medieval Europe Christianity forbade
anyone from lending money with interest, leaving this otherwise profitable business into the
hands of the Jews. Experience with money lending, and by extension
anything relating to finance, was passed down generations and the Rothschilds were no exception. They specialized in exchanging currencies
and trading collectible coins and the best one of them all was Mayer Rothschild. He took up the family business in 1763 and
his extensive collection of coins attracted the wealthiest aristocrats in the Holy Roman
Empire. Among them was Crown Prince Wilhelm of Hesse. The prince met Mayer in 1769 and quickly learned
to trust him with all matters relating not just to collectible coins, but to anything
financial. When Wilhelm came into power as Wilhelm IX
of Hesse in 1785 he hired Mayer to manage his finances as his hofjude or “Court Jew”. Now, keep in mind, this was a common arrangement
in Central Europe: the nobility would outsource their finances to Jews in exchange for protection,
money and sometimes even actual noble titles. Mayer oversaw the taxes collected in Wilhelm’s
lands and had to keep his money safe, a task that became very difficult in 1806. That is the year when Napoleon invaded Hesse,
driving Wilhelm into exile and putting his fortune at risk. But Mayer was smart and he was ready for Napoleon. In 1798 he had sent one of his five sons,
Nathan Rothschild, to London to start a currency business similar to his father’s. With this foundation in place, Mayer had no
trouble moving Wilhelm’s fortune to London, where he then loaned it out to the British
Crown. In essence, Wilhelm was funding the British
to fight Napoleon in order to restore his power. Now, Mayer died in 1812, leaving Wilhelm’s
fortune and the Rothschild legacy in the hands of Nathan. He remained in London, while his eldest brother
took over the original Frankfurt business. Meanwhile the three remaining brothers scattered
throughout Europe, establishing branches in important European capitals. Despite the distance, the brothers applied
a unified strategy: they would loan out their money to the aristocracy and to local governments. The brother in France, for example, became
the banker of Leopold I of Belgium, while the one in Vienna would lend money to last
Holy Roman Emperor, Francis II. In 1818 he would grant all five brothers the
noble title of baron, finally elevating the Rothschilds to nobility. Throughout the next decades, whenever a European
government collapsed and was replaced, it was the Rothschilds who were first in line
to provide loans. That’s exactly what happened after the French
Revolution of 1830 or after the fall of the Holy Roman Empire. The loaning business was immensely successful:
the Paris branch, for example, grew from the equivalent of $5 million in 1820 to over half
a billion dollars in 1850. In essence, the five Rothschild families back
then provided the same service that the International Monetary Fund provides today: they stabilized
major currencies and provided loans to governments, doing both at a great profit. Of course, throughout the 19th century the
five branches also made many private investments, beyond their government loans. In 1868 they purchased one of the most valuable
wine estates in France. In 1875 they acquired a minority stake in
the Suez Canal from Egypt, while in 1883 they funded the development of the first major
oil well in the old world, challenging the Rockefeller monopoly in America. They also became majority shareholders in
the diamond monopoly of De Beers and in Rio Tinto, one of the world’s largest mining
companies. But during the 20th century, the newer generations
of the five Rothschild families made fewer and fewer successful moves. In 1900 the branch in Naples actually became
extinct when the last male heir died without children, leaving his fortune to the branch
in Paris. A somewhat amusing fate befell the branch
in Germany: there the two Rothschild heirs had 11 girls and not a single boy, splitting
up the fortune and disintegrating its power. The Rothschild branch in Austria was doing
well, until Hitler came to power, of course. When Nazi Germany annexed Austria in 1938,
the Rothschilds had to sell their banking operation for a fraction of its true worth. Most of them escaped with whatever liquid
assets they had, but at least one was captured on his way out and in fact he was only released
after paying the largest ransom in history at the time, $21 million. The ransom effectively bankrupted the Austrian
Rothschilds, while the Nazis seized all their mansions, businesses and art. A few years later exactly the same thing happened
to the branch in Paris. In fact, the collections they had were so
exquisite that Hitler and Hermann Goering personally went there to observe them and
to pick out what they liked. Through the detailed inventories compiled
by the Nazis we know that they seized a total of 5003 objects from the Rothschild collections
and the vast majority of them were never returned. The French Rothschilds had some luck restoring
their businesses after the war, but then the French socialists nationalized their bank
in 1981. In the end only the English branch survived
the 20th century with its fortune intact. Its patriarch during the second half of the
20th century was Sir Evelyn Rothschild, who even today is the financial advisor to Queen
Elizabeth. He retired from leadership in 2003, passing
on the mantle of patriarch to David Rothschild, a member of the branch in Paris who then merged
both branches into a single entity. He ensured the secrecy of the family’s fortune
by establishing a complex network of shell companies starting off in Switzerland but
ending God knows where. But at the end of the day, while the 19th
century banking family might have been one of the richest of its day, today the Rothschild’s
are a shadow of their former glory. In fact, if you open up the Forbes list of
billionaires, the first Rothschild appears at #822: that’s Jeff Rothschild, a man who
actually has nothing to do with the Rothschild banking family. He has no blood connection, he just happens
to share the name, in the same way that two men bearing the family name Goldman might
not be related. The first actual Rothschild appearing on this
list is only at #1284 and his wealth is tied to an asset management company that manages
other people’s money. So in the end it turns out that the once powerful
Rothschild family is really nothing more but a blip on the radar of global wealth. And it honestly makes sense; statistically,
90% of wealthy families lose their fortunes by the third generation. It’s just hard to be financially responsible
when you’re born into wealth and have no respect for money. Why bother learning how to invest and grow
your wealth when you can just spend whatever grandpa left you? Well, if you want to escape this vicious cycle,
or at least kick the can down the road for another generation, you’ll be happy to learn
that I made a series of education videos on Skillshare about how the stock market works. In these short animated clips I cover basic
topics like what is a stock or an ETF or why companies go public. Unlike the Rothschilds of the 19th century,
the first 500 of you can access all this information right now for free by registering for a 2-month
free trial of Skillshare using the link in description. Once you’ve registered search for “investing
101” or follow the link I’ve conveniently left in the comments below. If you don’t know, Skillshare is the best
online learning platform that has thousands of videos on really any skill you can imagine,
which now also includes my own series. Of course, when you’re done watching I’d
love to hear what you think about this new series and hey, maybe one day you’ll create
a wealthy dynasty of your own so that future generations can make conspiracy theories about
it. Anyway, thank you for watching. If you liked this video make sure to give
it a thumbs up and also consider subscribing. A big thank you to all my patrons for supporting
me and for making Business Casual possible. We’ll see each other again in two weeks,
and until then: stay smart.

Illness Intelligence: Don’t Say This to Someone Who Is Sick | Kelly Medwick | TEDxLincoln


Translator: Rachael Williams
Reviewer: Denise RQ (video) You deserve to feel strong,
confident, ready for anything, and now you can with Humaniti. Humaniti is not for everyone
so ask your doctor if it’s right for you. Humaniti can cause heart disease,
cancer, bronchitis, and stroke. Other side effects
include Alzheimer’s and dementia, arthritis, asthma, flu, diabetes,
obesity, mental disorders, and MS. Humaniti eventually results in death. Now, isn’t it time you started
living Humaniti? Live free. (Video ends) (Laughter) (Applause) Kelly Medwick: Illness is
a natural part of life. There’s no avoiding it. At age 23, I married Eric, a dynamic person,
music teacher, and friend, who had survived
stage four Hodgkin’s as a child. Months after our wedding day,
I became his caregiver as he fought a rare,
life-threatening sarcoma that attacked the nerves
in his right arm and shoulder. His arm became paralyzed. His pain and his treatments
were excruciating. After a two year battle, he died on a hospital bed
in our apartment, barely 100 pounds. Shortly after that, I lost both of my grandmothers
to liver cancer, just in their early 70s. Today, my husband Mike
suffers with a chronic condition that requires constant monitoring
and treatment. Sounds like it’s been
a hard road since my 20s, but I’m here to tell you, yes, it has! (Laughter) The first time
I went to talk to a therapist, she broke out in uncontrollable sobbing. I ended up having to hand her
the tissue box. (Laughter) Now, don’t worry, I found a new therapist. But I did learn something. Her reaction was pretty common. People with illness and their caregivers,
are often pretty isolated even in the company of those who care. Our society has the most advanced
healthcare technology in the world, and yet we’re amateurs at,
what I would call, illness intelligence, our ability to accept
and respond naturally to illness in ourselves and in others. I had a crash course
in illness intelligence, but, as a result, I developed empathy,
perseverance, resourcefulness, all of these strengths
I use every single day. So lately, I’ve wondered if building our illness intelligence
as a society could change the way we face
all of our most complex problems. We could start by looking at people
who are already pretty good at this. I remember four men coming to our rescue as we were struggling one day
to board a flight. They moved like a special forces unit
and perhaps they were. This was a New York airport of all places. We can also learn
from the opposite end of the spectrum, like a receptionist who refused
to fax Eric’s referral for a presurgical screening. The surgery that was scheduled
for the next day would amputate his right arm and shoulder
to prevent the spread of cancer. She couldn’t understand
why we were so worked up. Turns out, the surgery never happened,
it was already too late, but why were we arguing over a fax
on a day like that? I’ll tell you: illness ignorance. I could go on this stage for an hour
telling you stories like that, but don’t worry, I only have ten minutes. I really want to focus
on the people who did it right. Compassionate people can catalyze an entire community
of illness intelligence. One day, one of Eric’s friends
and former students, Jeff, brought by a special gift that he and his friends
had kind of been working on: a left handed saxophone. This saxophone would allow Eric
to continue to play despite his paralysis. Jeff knew about Eric’s back story. When Eric had fought Hodgkin’s as a child,
learning the saxophone gave him the will to get up and go to school
as often as possible. It led to his career choice. Just recently, I found this note
in one of Eric’s journals. It’s a little hard to read.
He had become left handed late in life. It says that the left handed saxophone
helped fill a void in his life, the need to play again. Jeff and his friends used empathy,
engineering, and creativity to good use; group intelligence. Another story: a colleague of mine was
struck with MS in the prime of her life. Her friends coordinated
all of her daily living essentials and provided her encouragement
using Facebook. She believes that the work that they did
could be a model for a non-profit. Personal support teams like this
can be a lifeline, but not everyone has them. Often it depends on where you are in life,
and who’s in your circle. But at some point,
everyone will need their own support team. It’s part of life to suffer
and eventually die. Boy, I’m full of happy thoughts! (Laughter) But I mention death because our fear of it
creates barriers of communication even among friends. I think this is why people panic
and spout things like, “God only gives you
what He knows you can handle.” I know most people say that
with good intentions. However, for the person
who just wants to talk, it translates as “Ah, you can handle this,
now let’s change the subject,” and normally, that’s what happens, and the person’s left
feeling even more alone. Social isolation,
no matter what the circumstance, is crippling. There’s a book called
“In the Country of Illness” that likens sickness to exile. One of my favourite authors,
Flannery O’Connor, who suffered with systemic lupus, once said,
“I’d never been anywhere, but sick.” Her words resonate. Eric and I had a great team around us,
but we still felt removed from their world the one we used to inhabit,
where you could make plans. Illness has a way
of commandeering your time. Saturday nights at the ER
were not exactly our idea of a date night, yet that’s often where we were. I would dread Monday mornings
when my colleagues would come up and say, “So, how was your weekend?” and usually I would respond,
“Great, how was yours?” Once, as I was responding that way, a thick lock of Eric’s hair
fell out of my planner and onto a conference table. The chemo he had had the week before
was so strong he had lost all of his hair in the span of one weekend,
and we just couldn’t keep up with it. My colleagues looked down
while I cleaned up. One woman started sobbing. Even when I tried to conceal our truth,
it would find a way to reveal itself. Concealing your truth day after day
is exhausting, but occasionally, we’d find some rest. In the spring of 1998, Eric’s relatives invited us
to their horse ranch in Darby, Montana, a place we had never been. Our job was to cuddle
all the newborn horses, to lock in the human bond. Best job ever! (Laughter) It was great to be in nature
and to be useful. One afternoon, the owner
Larry Townsend and I were talking while we were watching Eric
with the horses. Larry said, “Hey, you know, enjoying the moment you’re in
is pretty easy when that’s all you have, and he knows that’s all he’s got now.” Larry had illness intelligence. We need more places like this, that allow people to face illness
and still feel connected to the world. They don’t need to be
a faraway exotic place. Picture a wellness center within a library where people could just sit,
read, study, practice relaxation, or just be in the presence of others
when they’re feeling housebound. Or what if our community
started a volunteer program specifically for people on disability allowing them to use all of their gifts and talents they have
in the present moment. What if they could earn rewards
for their volunteer service and still have their disability benefits? All of these ideas for building
our illness intelligence as a society are within our reach. So what stops us? Well, the barriers aren’t about money,
they’re emotional. The place to start
is the most difficult of all: our relationships. What if, today, one of your friends
called you and said, “I found out I might have cancer.” This sounds far fetched, but it’s not. It happens every day. Rather than saying
what you think you need to say just speak honestly. I wish I could have
the day I picked up my office phone, and Eric said those words to me. But if I could go back
and speak intelligently, I think I would have said, “I won’t lie. I’m afraid, and I hate this. I know I’m being
incredibly selfish right now. I want to be on this road with you, not to be your hero
but because I need you. I hope you understand that you’re going to be
the only person I want to talk to, and when I can’t talk to you any more,
it’ll drive me crazy. But I am in this with you,
no matter where it takes us.” And so, I leave you with this final image:
the left handed saxophone. What will you create?
How will you make it? Who will you make it for? Thank you. (Applause) (Cheers)

TELLING MY FAMILY I’M PREGNANT!


– Hey guys, it’s me Coleen,
and I’m pregnant still. I was gonna post a
different video today but a lot of you have been begging me to post the full reaction of my family and friends ever since I did my
pregnancy announcement. But for those of you
who are not interested in the pregnancy announcement of it all, we’ll be back to our regularly
scheduled programming very soon. So today I’m gonna be
showing you the footage of me telling my family,
and then I will show you the footage of me telling my
friends, either on my blog channel, or some other time
on this channel, I don’t know. So this video is just
me telling my family. I was so nervous, every time
I told anyone I was pregnant I was so so so so nervous. So I did a really bad
job when I was filming, explaining what was going
on, so I’m gonna tell you now so that you understand later. But the first thing I
wanna let you guys know is that I did tell Cory and Eric first. Cory’s my best friend,
Eric is the love of my life and the father of this baby. I told them but I did not
film those experiences. I did him pretty much
immediately after I found out I was pregnant, and I wasn’t
worried about filming it, I was worried about the
fact that I was pregnant. Maybe Cory and I will reenact
those moments for you later. So there are a lot of
reactions to me being pregnant in this video, but I
definitely saved my favorite and the best for last,
so watch till the end to see the cutest reaction
ever, it makes me cry every time I see it. But first we’re gonna start with my sister and my momma. My sister, I told her I was
doing a what’s inside the box challenge where you had to
stick your hand inside a box, and my mom, I told her that
we were gonna do a challenge where she had to go
shopping and buy me clothes, and the store I chose
for her to buy clothes for me at was a baby store. So here is my sister and my mom finding out that I’m pregnant. Okay guys, so I’m about to
tell Rachel that I’m pregnant. I invited her over, she
has no idea what I’m doing, but I’m gonna tell her I
wanna film a video with her, and it’s what’s inside this box. And she’s gonna sit
here, and I’m gonna put the pregnancy test in
here, and she has to guess what it is. I’m so excited. Don’t peek. – Okay, this is difficult. – So wait, okay, so- – Can I look now? – Yeah you can look now. – Ew, I don’t like it. – Okay go for it. – Is it gonna hurt me? – I don’t think so. – I don’t like you. It’s gross, it’s slimy, okay. I hate you so much, I’m
gonna throw it at your face if I hate it, is it an animal? Is it a spider? – No, it’s not a spider,
I’d never do that to you. – Is it cat poop? – No it’s not cat poop. – Is it a, a birth, a pregnancy test? – You got it. – Oh is it used? (squealing) – I’m pregnant. – Are you really? Oh my god, congratulations. Oh my god, oh my god. – I know I’m freaking out. – Oh my god you’re so pregnant. – Where did it go? – I don’t know, I’m
sorry, I got too excited. – Hey guys, today I’m
with my mom and my sister, and we are at the mall, because my mom is gonna pick out some
outfits for me and Rachel, and Rachel and I are gonna
pick out outfits for my mom. – You’re gonna look so good. – I know, so it’s mom’s turn
first, to pick out an outfit for us, specifically me, so this way. I’m picking this store. – You’re picking this store for you. – Yes. – Okay I won’t be able to
find anything for Rachel. – No, well I’m not
technically picking it for me. – Oh okay. – I’m picking it for a baby. – Oh my god, no you aren’t. Oh my god. Oh my god are you kidding me? Oh my god. Oh my god, oh my god. – So I bought every
pregnancy test on the planet, I have a collection of like
20 on my toilet right now, and they all say positive. – Yay I wanna see this collection. – It’s been three days. We’re not doing a video,
I just wanted to tell you in a fun way. Right but that’s why I’m not
supposed to tell anyone yet so. – May June July August September
October November December. – It’s December, early January. – A Christmas baby? A Christmas baby? It’s what I want for Christmas. – I have to say that
editing that was so hard. My mom’s and my sister’s
reactions were so sweet, and adorable, and I just, I love them. The next reactions you’re going
to see do need a little bit of explaining, you’re going to see my dad, Eric’s parents, and
Christopher and Jessica. Christopher and Jessica
were a playlist in Florida, and they weren’t gonna be home for weeks, so I couldn’t wait that
long, I needed to tell them as soon as possible, so I FaceTimed them. Eric’s parents live on the
other side of the country, so we wanted to tell them
as soon as possible too, so we of course told them
through FaceTime as well. And my dad, we got a
little revenge on my dad. My brother Christopher
and his wife Jessica had a little girl first,
so it was a really big deal when they got pregnant, it
was the first baby of that generation, and they
had a really special way that they wanted to tell every
single member of the family, but my dad blew it for my sister Rachel. It was early in the morning,
Rachel was eating cereal before school, and my dad
came in and grabbed some milk out of the fridge, and while
he was grabbing the milk he said, isn’t it crazy
that Jessica’s pregnant? And that’s how Rachel
found out that Jessica and Christopher were having a baby. Christopher and Jessica
could not believe that my dad totally spoiled such a huge
surprise, so we got payback on dad, and we told him the same way that he told Rachel about Bailey. – Oh wait, I need milk. Dad isn’t it weird that Coleen’s pregnant? (laughing) Whoops. – Wait, really? Are you serious? Oh my god. Oh my gosh, wow. Congratulations Cory. (laughing) – Hi. – Hi angel, oh you look so cute. – Thanks girl. I feel like I’m seeing things,
and I need you to tell me if you see things, you ready? – I’m really good at this. – Okay. (squealing) I wanted to wait until I
could tell you in person, but I can’t wait two weeks. – Okay, oh I’m so happy for you angel. – Chris needs to get over
here right now though. – Hey what’s up? – Wanna show him your test? – Um, yeah. – Wow. (laughing) – That’s what you say? – Congratulations. – I wanted to think of a- – Does Eric know? – Yes Eric knows. (laughing) Guess how we told dad? We were filming, and Rachel
goes wait hold on a second, I have to get some milk,
and she opens the fridge and she goes, isn’t it crazy
that Coleen’s pregnant? – (laughing) gotcha. – I just wanted to get
the six of us on FaceTime, you guys, Snax, me,
Coleen, our unborn child. – Ah. Way to go. Oh way to go guys, congratulations. – Thanks, we wanted to tell you in person, but we didn’t know when we’d be out there, and we were just too excited. – Oh man this is so exciting. – Uh Coleen’s parents are here too. – Yay, grandparents together. – Our plan is working. (laughing) – Yup. – Whoa my god. – Oh my god, way to go guys. – My little heart is all a flutter. So the next people you’re
gonna see are our brothers. Eric’s brother and my brother Trent. We got to see Eric’s brother
while we were traveling recently, so we got to tell him in person, and then my brother Trent I
got to tell at my childhood home, and he was so sweet. – What the (bleep)? (laughing) Whoa, holy (bleep). Congratulation, oh my god. Oh my god dude. – I’m in Santa Barbara, say hi. – Hello. – I wanna show you something. – Okay go for it. Oh so cool, that’s awesome. – You’re gonna be an uncle again. – Woohoo. (laughing) – It’s tiny tiny tiny,
like an orange seed. Tiny little tiny seed. Who do you think the dad is? – Why would I wanna answer that? (laughing) – Congrats. – Thank you, you too. – Thanks. And now it’s time for my favorite reaction that just makes my heart explode. My niece and nephews,
my whole heart, my soul, these children are my everything,
I’m obsessed with them. They’re literally like,
my favorite little kids in the whole world, I was
so excited to tell them. So I decided to pretend
like I’m doing a little YouTube video with them,
and got the reaction and it’s so sweet, Bailey was so excited. Today I have my four favorite little niece and nephews here with
us, and we’re gonna play a little game, okay? Okay so it’s a math
game, you guys like math? – Yeah. – First question, how many
cameras do you see in the room? – Two, three. – No. – Four. – Four, Jake got it right. Jake got the first one. – Aw, four. – Next question, how many
people are wearing jackets in the room? – Two. – Two yeah, I think Parker said it first. – I said it too. – Next question, how many
kids are in this room? – Four. – Four. – Nope. – Six. – No. – Seven. – How is, it’s not seven. – How are you counting seven? No how many human kids,
how many human kids? – Four. – Nope, there’s five. – How? – Can you find the fifth one? Dunky, do you wanna know
where the fifth one is? – Yeah where where? – Well it’s a baby, and
it’s inside my tummy. – Actually? – Actually. Can you believe it? – No I can’t. – I’m having a baby. There’s a baby in my tummy right now. – (clapping) yay. – Do you wanna feel it? There’s a baby in there. – How big is it? – It’s as big as a large plum. – Awesome. – Are you excited? You guys get a new little cousin. Are you excited? – Yeah. – So there you go, that’s
the majority of my family’s reactions on camera, and
I have tons of footage of me telling all my
friends too, like Joey and Lily and Heather
and John, and Cory and I really wanna reenact our experience, so if you guys wanna see that,
let me know in the comments I guess, but I’m doing
good, I’m feeling great, and I just wanna say,
thank you so so so much for the positive and wonderful reaction to my pregnancy announcement. I was so nervous, I was so
nervous to post about it and tell you guys that I’m
pregnant, and the reaction from the internet was
unbelievable, everyone was so supportive and sweet and just like, I was not expecting that at all. I just feel so lucky and I feel so loved, and thank you thank you
thank you for supporting me and being just sweet
and kind about all this. I’m so excited and I’m so
scared and I’m so nervous but I’m mostly just unbelievably excited to have this baby and for
you guys to experience this journey with me. That’s it, okay, I love you
guys, thanks for watching, see you next time. Oh come see me on tour, I’m
going on tour next week. I’m really excited, come see me on tour, my book’s coming out, I’m so excited. Okay I love you guys, how many
times have I said excited? I love the word excited,
cause I’m excited right now. Okay bye.

Verizon’s Credo | Through the eyes of our employees


Alright, where’s the camera here? Right there. 3 – 2 -1. I think it’s on. I stopped it again. Take 132. Its 32 degrees, snowing pretty hard. 8 AM. Rise & shine. Getting my stair workout in. This is my store. This is where we make the magic happen. We’re actually in the Ashburn ASOC. Welcome to Verizon India – Hyderabad office, please come. Welcome to 140 West. Welcome to Oath. Lemon face. Lion face. Buzz in as we’re coming in right now. Here’s our board. Here’s what we love. Here’s our Verizon Credo. My favorite line in the Credo, so many to pick from. Bigness is not our strength, Best is our strength. We are not driven by ego, but by accomplishments. Everything we do is built on the strong foundation of our corporate values. Our actions produce measurable results. The line in the Credo that actually leaps right off the page at me is that we are accountable & we follow through with a sense of urgency. We believe integrity is at the core of who we are. What we say we’re going to deliver, we bring. That’s important. That’s what integrity means. We know teamwork enables us to serve our customers better & faster. When you’re working here this is basically your second home. Your team members is your family. We focus outward on the customer, not inward. Kind of live for making people smile, so that’s what I do on a daily basis & it works for me. We value the needs of the customer. Without them we don’t exist. We’re going to be the best version of ourselves that we can be at this company so that Verizon can be the best version of itself. So then the customers can get the best version of Verizon. This is for the Credo video. Are you looking? Yes. No no, I’m talking to him. I get to work on cutting edge technology. The work that I do really has a sense of purpose & meaning to me because it impacts people every day. I’m a part of changing the way people experience the world. I love this thing, Here’s my Credo. This Credo, this piece of paper, is what drives us & makes us, us. My name is Markus. My name is Kennora. My name is Gabriel. I’m Brittany. Gopal. I’m Dex. Sue. This is my – my – my – my, this is my Credo video. This is my Credo video. Cut. Our best was good enough for today, tomorrow we do better. Right? That’s how we end the Credo, isn’t it?

World’s Strongest Laser | Overtime 5 | Dude Perfect


Ladies and gentlemen,
welcome to Overtime. Did you guys notice anything
different about my signature move there? You spun the other
way, didn’t you? I did– first time
to spin right. Well, we have an extra special
episode for you guys today. Make sure you stay
tuned till the very end because we are giving away
our brand new Dude Perfect basketball. Tall guy, beard,
twins, purple hoser. No, we haven’t started yet. Now, it starts. You guys are going to
make me look silly. Tall guy, beard,
twins, purple hoser. Dude Perfect’s in Overtime. Tall guy, beard,
twins, purple hoser. Now we’re heading
on to Overtime. You guys want to know an extra
cool fact about this episode? You’re going to
tell us either way. I don’t know if you knew this
or not, but if you take your mic and you turn it upside
down, all of a sudden your voice becomes super deep. Oh wow. Yeah. That’s amazing. And then, if you turn it to
the right, it goes helium mode. OK, whew, it feels good
to be back to normal. OK, let’s dive right
into the first segment, and a brand new one at that– Awkward Situations. Awkward. All right, here’s how
it’s going to work. Typically, you walk into the
front door of our office, and it’s a lobby. Today, you walk into the
front door of our office, and you walk into an
occupied bathroom. Awkward. OK, what do you guys
say we head downstairs? Here we go. We’re in the middle of filming
the third season of our TV show, and there’s a new
girl who’s about to walk in. This is her first day. Welcome to the office. Oh, man. Oh, I feel bad. Oh, sorry. I’m so confused. Is that Tyler? Why would you put a
bathroom on an entrance? Codes, how you feeling? Sitting on a toilet. He’s such a weirdo. Oh, sorry. I just need a minute. That got awkward. Come on in. I need my food,
if you don’t mind. If you’re not worried
about it, then I’m not. OK. Take care, buddy. Oh, this is good. Oh, sorry. Hey, sorry– this
door is broken. Oh, it’s broken? But that other one should
work– to your left. OK. Oh, sorry, man. Somebody’s in here. So what went through your
head when you opened the door? This is not the right door. I feel like you could almost
smell the awkward in there. Well, now it is time to head
to everybody’s– but mainly Cory’s– least
favorite segment– Wheel Unfortunate. So for those of you
following along at home, you may recall that Cory
has been selected randomly for the last three
Wheel Unfortunates. That is unfortunate. That is very unfortunate. Poor kid. Let’s make it four, baby. So, in fairness to Cory–
who no longer trusts us– we’ve decided to
mix up the mojo, and we’re going to
bring in a guest picker. OK? Calling in to help us out,
one of the best football players in the game– Rob Gronkowski. Let’s go. What’s up, Gronk? What up, dudes? All right, Gronk, we know
you’re busy with football and the cool new Good
Rewards Charity Campaign from Honey Nut Cheerios, so
we appreciate your doing this. Yeah, man, I’m
definitely busy, but I’m excited to be here to
help you guys out today, especially you, Cory. Thank you, Gronk. I appreciate it. All right, Gronk, we’ve
got a bowl in front of you that’s got all five
of our names in it. We need you to
pick one name out, and that is the person that will
be spinning Wheel Unfortunate. OK, here we go. Not me. You guys ready? I can’t look. Barely. We have– Garrett. Love this game show. Gronk, great job. You definitely helped Cory out. I’m sure he’s very appreciative. If you’re ever in Dallas, and
you want to stop and hang out, let us know. Appreciate it, man. Sounds like fun. Oh, by the way, Ned Forrester? I’m a huge fan. Nice. All right. I’m sure he’ll be
happy to hear that. Thanks, Gronk. Rob Gronkowski, everybody. Hey, Garrett Hilbert, everybody. Hey, Garrett. Hey, come on. I just don’t understand
why we changed what was working for us. Whoa, Rob, that’s some high
praise coming from you. I’m gonna have to power
through this one, eh? Ladies and gentlemen,
I’m Ned Forrester, and it is stupendous to
be here with you today on the set of the greatest
game show in all the lands. I just got word that we were
nominated for the greatest game show posted online
on Monday afternoon. So, truly, from the bottom of
my heart, thank you very much. It means a lot. We have got a great
show for you today. A special guest– I actually
got word, it’s not Corey– ladies and gentlemen,
put your hands together for Garrett Hilbert. For being a first timer
on the show, here you go. Also, for being a first timer,
have a little Ned Forrester golden boy. How about that? I have four of these. Well, then, I’m sure a
sixth one couldn’t hurt. You still not satisfied? Really? Goodness gracious,
you need another one? What’s it gonna take to
put a smile on your face? Do not say, you need
another one, Gar? Come on now. This is plenty. This completes my collection. That’s enough? Can’t get enough of that– Let’s just get this over with. Don’t ever do that again. Here, hold my mic, please. OK. Ned, is that chest hair natural? The chest hair is not natural. The regular hair is natural. Hey, you know what
I just realized? A couple of redheaded
brothers here. I am very sorry about that. Kids, that is why you
don’t use too much hair gel in seventh and eighth grade. Careful with that stuff. All right, Gar, spin that wheel. That’s a good spin, Gar. Well, good news– you’re
not gonna have to get frosted tips, because
that could be awkward. But you will have to
run a mile as a mascot. All right, Gar. Am I literally going to have to
put a mascot costume on and run a mile? That is what it says, Gar. Why don’t you join me in
saying, That’s unfortunate. That’s Ned–
signing off for now. All right, Gar. We are exactly one
mile from the office. I hope you know how to get back. You didn’t tell me this
was going to be in public. All right, so just take off? Yeah, see ya. Hey, there’s another
runner– look. How’s it going, man? Oh, he smiles. Absolutely embarrassing. [CAR HORN] How’s it going? Oh, I’ve got to catch
up to my buddy up there. Hold on. Hey, you won’t pass him. It’s not sprint a mile. He’s flying. Show him how it’s done, Wizard. Go, Garrett, go. Oh, yes. It’s a good pass, good pass. Dude, look at the
mutual respect there. Look at Gary go. Well done, Gary. Dude, that looks amazing. It’s not everyday you get
passed by a wizard, you know? Dude, this is the best
consequence of all time. Oh, man. I think I see a wizard hat. I see the tip of a wizard hat
bouncing over the vehicles. Garrett. There he is. Finish strong. There it is. Oh, I see how that works. I passed a guy though. I saw that, yeah. We saw that. That was nice. All right, Gar, how was your
first time at the Wheel? Sweaty. Nice. I did enjoy running
past that jogger though. That was amazing. That was a good time. That kind of boosted the
confidence a little bit. A special thanks to
Honey Nut Cheerios and Gronk for helping us out
with this segment of Wheel Unfortunate. Make sure you click the
link in the description below to support Team
Gronk and find out more about the Good Rewards Program. All right, coming up next– Cool, Not Cool. Who should start us off
in this Cool, Not Cool? I’ll start us off. Man, I’ve been working on it. I want to introduce you guys
to the air-conditioned jacket. You might be
saying, it’s summer. Why wear a jacket? Does it blow up? Oh, he’s inflating. Wow. I’m telling you right now–
my body temperature just dropped five degrees. Can I feel the jacket? Oh, yeah. Feel the air coming
out of there. Oh, wow, that is a lot of air. Hey, I’ll give it to you. I already gave it to him. I like it. I would say, another plus
is, dude, you look jack. Could you sleep in it? Oh, yeah– on your
side or something. Because you can sleep in it– OK. I was going to go
green, initially, but I did make a rule, a long
time ago, that I would never wear zip-off pants or jackets. Oh, that hurts. It wasn’t easy. I’m sorry, folks are home. Moving right along– Coby, would you like to go next? We’ll just go down the line. Today, I have a
bucket of sunglasses. You’re going to need
to put these on. Why? Gentlemen, I proudly present
the world’s strongest handheld laser. Oh my goodness. It is certainly bright– very, very bright,
very, very dangerous. Sunglasses feel
like a good choice. Cody, you will find underneath
the desk two balloons that I have placed there
for this demonstration. Cody, please hold the
balloon in front of you. I’m kind of nervous of– OK, are you ready? What’s going to happen? Oh, oh, man. No. That, ladies and
gentlemen, is not magic. That is the world’s
strongest handheld laser. Here we go. If this pops, I am super cool. OK, all right. Ty, you will find under
your chair a box of matches. No way. No way. I think we all know where
we’re headed with this. Sorry. Safety. All right. Ty, are you set? Are you moving? I need you to be still. I’m still. OK. No way. I rest my case. Thank you. Coby Cotton, you have just
erased a lifetime of poor Cool, Not Cool decisions. Is that your first
super cool product? It’s got to be. Absolutely. It’s got to be. I’m afraid my item is not– I’m not going to say it’s
not got super cool potential, but it’s not like
world’s-strongest-handheld-laser potential. My newest fashion in footwear– fish flops. OK, I want you to feast
your eyes on this footwear. OK? Why would you buy those? You know what– being a
fellow fisherman, I’m going– Wow, I’m going to be honest. I did not see that coming. OK, I was setting
myself up for failure. Well, I’m going to go
ahead and slap my answer. Yeah, you don’t
have to rub it in. This company went
above and beyond, and they put fish eyes on
the backside of the sandal. Because of the
attention to detail– –green. Yes. Wow. You all have lost your minds. Thank you, Cory. Well, thank goodness
I get to follow that. My cool thing for today– The Dude Perfect backpack. — comes inside the
Dude Perfect back pack. Raise your hand if you had a
rubber band gun growing up. Of course I did. You’ll love– fully
automatic rubber band gun. No way. Check that out. Fully automatic– there’s
a little iron sight. It’s so much better
than I thought. What do you say? I’m going to do
this thing again. Can I shoot it one time? It probably took me 30 minutes
just to put these bands on. 30 minutes to reload? It’s really an hour– Wait, did you cool
my fish flops? I did. I did. No, I did. Did you? You already voted. You can’t unvote. No, I did. Remember, I love
largemouth bass. Too late, already decided. Are you all ready to
end on a good note? I am. Ladies and gentlemen, I’d
like to introduce you– It’s a bazooka. Yes, yes. This not only shoots amazing
rings that you can see, but it’s got power. No way. Go. Rapid fire rings Rapid fire rings. No way. Can we all, at the same time– three, two, one– Well done, Cory. Thanks, guys. Thank you. Very nice. Cool, Not Cool has
gone to the next level. All right, it is time to
head to the next segment– a brand new one at that– Wives Versus Chad. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome
to the long-awaited series Wives Versus Chad. Wives, it is great to have you. Please, join us in welcoming
Allison Jones, Amy Cotton, and Bethany Toney, for the
first time on the Overtime set. Of course, as you
all know and love, one of our all-star
editors, Chad Terrell. Big round of applause
for Chad there. That’s awesome. It’s great to have you guys. Today, on Wives
Versus Chad, we’ve decided to have a little
sports trivia segment. How about we get a little
background on each contestant? Sports could disappear tomorrow,
and I would have no idea. Once, I even played
fantasy football. My parents did
everything for me, but I ended up getting second. I have two kids and
no time for sports. For an interview with
DP, they asked me how much I liked sports
on a scale of 1 to 10. I said, six. That was a lie. It’s more like a two. And ladies and gentlemen,
those are the contestants today on Wives Versus Chad. What do you guys say we dive
into a little sports trivia? How many runs are
in a grand slam? Is this football? It’s baseball. It’s baseball. This is baseball. Well, there’s four bases. Oh, gosh Girls? What is your final answer? Four. Chad? I answered way too fast. OK, the correct answer is four. Congratulations, girls. You are going to learn
pretty quick here that the points don’t
matter, and we’re just having a little fun. So, next question– how many
points is a safety worth? I think it’s either
two, one, or six. Girls, how many
points is a safety? Two. All right, all around. Very nice. OK, next question–
what is a double double? Chad seems pretty
happy with his answer. Chad, what did you say
a double double is? A burger at In-and-Out. Half a point to Chad. Well done. Very nice. Name one current
baseball player. No chance. I say we move on, Chad. How about you? OK, all right. Ladies, please explain
to me second and five. Two are down, two
people have fallen. No, not people. Two plays down,
five yards to go. Down, like, they’re done. I’m going to give it to them. All right, OK. Here we go. Here’s another person question. Who is Lamar Odom? He was married to a Kardashian. Yeah, basketball. Chad, let’s start with you. Who is Lamar Odom? Sports player. I like it. Very nice. Girls, who is Lamar Odom? He played for the LA Lakers– Then, he got in trouble. –got in trouble, went to
Dallas for like a season– Oh, he did– –didn’t do great. He did. He didn’t do great. I am blown away by
the talent level here at Wives Versus Chad. We are headed to the final
round, the lightning round. I will ask a question,
you buzz in at any moment that you feel led to, and
shout out your answer. Name four positions in baseball. Amy– she’s a baseball wizard. Hitter, first base,
left field, catcher. What a way to get
there, but she does it. What is the mascot of
the Oakland Raiders? A raider? Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding. Chad– seeing through the
trick question– well done. And we will end it on this– a wrist shot would commonly
be found in what sport? Basketball. Incorrect. What? Frisbee. No. Keep buzzing in. Yes? Soccer. No. Yes? Football. No. Yes? Golf? No. Tennis. No. Lacrosse. No. Man. Is there any other sport? Yes, there is. Oh, oh, hockey. Yes. Well done, girls and Chad. Very nice. So who won? The real winner was learning. Knowledge was the
real winner today. We are proud of you guys. We love you dearly. Thank you for being participants
on Wives Versus Chad. Thank you very much. We’ll see you next time. That was enjoyable. Oh, man. OK, well, last but not
least, it’s give away time. If you are a subscriber,
and you share this video, we will be picking 10 of you
to give away the brand new Dude Perfect basketball. There it is. Congratulations to the winners
from last time’s giveaway. Here they are. Nice, congrats. I’m still in the running
to get my free basketball. We’ll see, we’ll see, Gar. All right, if you want to buy
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Airsoft Battle Royale | Dude Perfect


Oh yeah. What’s up guys? We’re Dude Perfect. Welcome to Airsoft
Battle Royale. Here we go! Woo! Dude Perfect. Today’s battle is simple. Each of us will be
scattered throughout the map to scavenge for weapons
and eliminate opponents by popping their balloons. Last man standing wins. Purple Hoser here. What’s up, guys? Cor here. Coby checking into the game. Cody here. What’s up, guys? Ty. Let’s see what loot we can find. Could really use some shoes. There we go. First weapon find
and a backpack. Yeah, I don’t think I
really need a backpack. I’ve got to get off the road. These rocks are killing me. Oh no. That was bad. OK? Grenade. That’s going to come in handy. And a backpack. Got a backpack. Two more backpacks. Oh! That’s an Uzi! Let’s go! Let’s go, baby. There’s my rifle. I think we’ve got a gun range. OK. Four more backpacks. So, for those of
you that don’t know, Chad and Tim set up the course. And whoever was responsible
for the North Swamp, I’m going to kill them. Nice. The game makers are too kind. All right. I got everything I need. I just got to find a
good place to camp. We sit. We hide. We don’t go out into the action. That’s how you get shot. I think we’re going to
get on the golf cart. Bumpy. Oh! Goodness gracious! We got an air drop. We got to go. Oh! Oh yeah! Oh! It’s a sniper! It’s like a podium in a box! Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! Oh, there’s a crate. Frying pan. Boat. There’s Coby. He doesn’t even see me. I going to get in this
truck and snipe him. It’s going to make
way too much noise. Let’s row. It looks like he’s
using a paddle. I, I am very confused right now. No need to rush this. I cannot miss this shot. Oh! Got to get to cover! We’ve got a runner! He’s running away! You’re going down, Purple Hoser! Oh! I got him! Did he get me? He’s– oh gosh. Dad gum it. I think he got me. I got to bail. All right. It looks like I got two
balloons down on Coby. He just took off in the woods. I did run out of
ammo on my pistol. I’m going to go
back, get my sniper. Start heading to town. Play the other side. Let’s go find some people. All right. My balloons are right here. In a safe, secure location. All I’ve got to do is
wait them out, baby. And I’m going to be sitting
here taking a siesta. There we go. Right there is Corey! Oh! Out of ammo. Did he get one of mine? He got two. What? God, I handled that so wrong. I thought I could hide
behind these barrels, but my balloons stick up. Obviously. Ah, there’s Coby. Oh, God! I’m taking fire! Uzi’s down. Yeah! I got him first! I got him first! 100% Let’s go! All right. Here’s the deal. Coby and I just shot each
other at the same time. Technically, it’s not
actually the same time. Because I shot him a
little before he shot me. A millisecond. But ultimately, it doesn’t
matter cause neither of us have balloons anymore. We’re not happy about
it, but we’re both out. Gotta get up top. Pretty sure I got
two pops on Cory. And I am in desperate
need of a new weapon. I’m going to try and search
around here and try and see if I can find some. I need a gun. Bang! Let’s go. Ah! Dang it! set fire Oh, wow. That’s a lot of bullets. Ah! Incoming fire. Oh, grenade! Grenade! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh, Yeah. I’m getting out of here. There we go that’s what I need. I think someone’s downstairs. I’ve got him. I got a balloon. I got a balloon. Gosh dang it. Come on, boy! I’m in it to win it, baby! Cody! You camper! Did I hit you? You, uh. You did not Oh, sick! A K! Not worth it. Dang it! Dang it! Line them up, baby! Ah! I got Ty! I got Ty! Wait a minute! I got popped! I’m eliminated. This gun’s amazing. That was so worth it. You got nothing, boy! Come on with it! Here. Pull it! Gosh! Plenty of down fire. Give him some warning
shots with this. Oh, gosh! He’s got a pistol. You know what? We’re taking this on the road. Oh! Taking fire! Taking fire! Got to get– for more? Are you ready for He’s got a new gun! I don’t know what he’s
shooting, but it’s fast. Oh! How did I miss? goal. Oh. Out of ammo. I got to push. I got to push. I’m charging. Got him! Woo! No! Valiant effort, my good man. Dude! That was a blast! Hey, rule number one. Don’t get tired of hiding. It’s what keeps you alive, baby. It was so fun. Oh, man. That is exhausting. That was well done. I think it’s time for a
little trophy presentation. I agree. As always, not my honor,
certainly not my pleasure, Cody Jones. Winner, winner chicken dinner! Thank you. That looks fantastic. Very nice. Twins? By the way, good to
have you guys back. Hey. Thanks, man. Can’t wait to hear that story. Oh! If you’re not already a
Dude Perfect subscriber, click down here so you don’t
miss out on any new video. Special thanks to our
friends at PUBG Mobile for making this video possible. Click right here
if you want to play the mobile game for yourself. If you want to see some more
DP videos, click over here. Signing off for now. Pound it! Noggin! See ya!

Fidget Spinner Trick Shots | Dude Perfect


*Whir of bearings * Oh, she’s humming! She’s ready to let loose. This is the Spin Bender Shot. LETS GOOOO! Dude Perfect What’s up guys we’re Dude Perfect welcome to fidget spinner trick shots! Here we go! This is the Spinning Ninja Star sticker! Lets Go! Whooo! The Long Blue Weird One vs. The Dollar Sign. *Cha-ching* FIGHT! Golden Snitch vs. Rainbow Trout! FIGHT! TKO! This is the spinning bounce to a buddy shot! This is the blow dart spin shot. Ladies and gentlemen this is the Ten Spin Tower. Got to start with a solid foundation. Ahhhhh The Golden Beauty. And of course to finish it off: The Purple Hoser. Ladies and Gentlemen, The Ten Spin Tower! What a beaut! This is the super-speed-spinning-spinner-strike-slamin’-smash shot! Here we go! I say we call that good. Hey, and also if you get too sweaty from sitting Indian-style too long use one of these to clean out your pits This is the Ninja Star Skeet Smasher. The Golden Beauty vs. The Dance Party! FIGHT! OFF THE TABLE! Ninja Star of Catastrophe vs. DP. 3 hour minimum spin time. (Only if you set it next to an aircraft). OFF THE TABLE! Get that weak stuff out of here! This is The Twin Toss! Got a little game for you guys. Comment below and let us know if this is the high to low or the low to high? Here we go Experienced ninjas only. This is the Kick Spin. Cory, launch me. (Cory): Gotcha. This is the Ninja Star Balcony Bottle Blaster! Nice, the bottle got blasted This is the super tall transfer toss. Coming up Cory. (Cory): Send it. What’s up guys? Thanks for watching if you’re not already a dude perfect subscriber make sure you click down here because you don’t want to miss our next video Beach stereotypes It’s going to be a good one also If you want your very own DP spinner click over here if you want to see the last video click over here Signing off for now Spin it and buy it. I’m just kidding you can if you want. We’re kind of over it. Pound it! Noggin! Later!

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