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Seattle's Other Gods

Once, the gods of the earth dwelled upon its surface, they danced upon its mountains and swam in its rivers. Though they made earth their dominion, they did not suffer the arrival of man and would not allow this new beast to look upon them. As men spread across the plains, the godswere driven first into the hills. As men scaled their slopes, the gods moved into the forest until, intime, even those were abandoned.

ByProfessor Ambrose J. Hoag

Things to do in Seattle During a Plague (Week Two)

This is an ongoing series of recommended Entertainment provided by the kind hosts of the Seattle Sucks podcast to help get you through the shelter in place order in effect in Washington state, and around the globe. Check out the previous week's recommendations if you haven't already. To maintain and foster any burgeoning cults of personality the recommendations are provided by host.

BySeattle Sucks

Things to do in Seattle During a Plague (Week One)

This is an ongoing series of recommended Entertainment provided by the kind hosts of the Seattle Sucks podcast to help get you through the shelter in place order in effect in Washington state, and around the globe. To maintain and foster any burgeoning cults of personality the recommendations are provided by host.

BySeattle Sucks

The Smell of the Hunt, the Taste of the Shunt: A Gates Foundation Study Guide

The Gates Foundation is the largest private foundation in the world. With an endowment of more than $50 billion, the Foundation has more money on hand than many countries. Famous for his high-handed leadership in the organization, Bill Gates has used this money to shape education policy here in America and health policy abroad. Below is a look into the many horrors of the Gates Foundation.

ByBrian Platt

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Ending the Myth - EP 5 – The Conquest of Texas w/ Mary Anne Henderson

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Historian, friend of the show, and fellow Texan, Mary Anne Henderson joins us to talk about Texas. We talk how and why it was settled and revisit the nearly totally forgotten Mexican War. We will be discussing material covered in chapter 5 from The End of the Myth and much, much more!

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