All that I can remember of this dream is that my family bought a one-story wood house that was possibly painted red, we bought it from a woman with light-color skin, and we moved into the new house (it was an older home).
That night or evening, I went to close & lock the door, it looked closed, but it would not lock & it could be pushed open.
The YouTube video What Representing Men In Divorce Taught Me About Fatherhood | Marilyn York | TEDxUniversityofNevada by the YouTube channel TEDx Talks.
Here is the description for this video:
Attorney Marilyn York owns a Men’s Rights Family Law Firm in Reno, Nevada, established in 2001. She and her ten female employees focus on representing men for two reasons: 1. As her talk explains, fathers are crucial in the upbringing and development of their children; and 2. Fathers are the disadvantaged parent in family court and society and while the laws are improving, the statistics are not. There are currently more than 17,000,000 children growing up in America without their fathers, and every year this number is growing. According to the Center for Disease Control, children from fatherless homes account for 90% of homeless and runaway children; 71% of high school dropouts and 63% of youth suicides. Listen to this talk to find out how you can help America’s 17,000,000 fatherless children avoid these fates! Marilyn D. York is a Men’s Rights Divorce Attorney, licensed in California since 1998 and Nevada since 1999, where she is a Certified Family Law Specialist. Since 2001, Marilyn has owned her law firm in Reno, Nevada, where she and her 9 female employees specifically represent men in divorce and family law battles. Marilyn chose her career because of her passion for children and relationships, but most of all, Marilyn is driven to help underdogs. While the laws are improving for men, not all laws are yet gender equal and the interpretation and enforcement of those that are, have a long way to go. Despite her focus on representing men, Marilyn has a deep compassion for women in need as well. It isn’t lost on Marilyn that women remain disadvantaged outside Family Court. She serves that need as Board President for a local housing program for homeless young women, Nevada Youth Empowerment Project, or NYEP. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Every YouTube Channel needs a good, old-fashioned villain.
Welcome to a new series I’m doing where I, definitely biasedly, defend video game villains as though I were their attorney.
Be sure to argue against me down in the comments below, but be nice.
This is all in good fun.
I had a lot of fun making this show, and it’s something I’ve been working on off and on for over a year, but to see it finally have a solid episode is really exciting.
DOOM may not be the most algorithmically-excellent franchise to choose, but 2016’s DOOM was one of my favorite games to come out that year.
And, as you can see from the camera shots, is way more gorgeous than it has any right to be.
I wanted to do this topic, because, well, DOOM obviously really fits with the themes of the show, but also as soon as I was playing the game, and they were like “yeah we’re extracting energy from Hell” I was like “OH BOY I CAN DO SOMETHING WITH THIS.”
Also, I just…adore Sameul Hayden, and any excuse to hear his voice more is chef’s kiss
For those of you who spend time and watched the whole video, here are the links you’re looking for: