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Fairy Tales, Fables and Bible Stories as Indices of Economic Bias

David Boles: Human Meme

Release Date: 01/03/2022

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David Boles: Human Meme

Shadowbanning hateful users is an Art that deserves attention. In this Boles.tv live stream highlight, David Boles examines the absolute joy, and complete functionality, of Shadowbanning trolls and other bad behaviors that try to burn down a community discussion.

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How will the Metaverse handle human delinquency? In this Boles.tv live stream highlight, David Boles examines the rules that may, or may not, apply to the Metaverse. Victim blaming is already part of the experience, so watch your back before someone digs into yours with a knife! 

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The Metaverse beckons you. Don't answer the door! The artificial world is knocking from inside your house! In this highlight from the Boles.tv live stream, David Boles dives into the muddy world of the Metaverse and finds individually and indepence, drowning. 

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It is never appropriate to hug at work, especially when you're the boss. In this live stream highlight from Boles.tv, David Boles discovers that some bosses enforce hugging policies anyway -- by pushing a hugging code on their staff and using green, yellow, and red indicators for climbing the receptive team affection ladder. 

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What happens when politics and religion crash? In this highlight from the Boles.tv live video stream, David Boles examines the relationship between dogma and the action of a belief system. Subscribe to the live stream to go advertising-free and to get access to our VOD archive. Boles.tv airs at 9am every weekday!

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The stories we tell our children matter. Experiences are formed in the young and expressed in the adult. In this Boles.tv highlight, David Boles shares the economic residue of retelling childhood tales.

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Peter Brook is a genius theatre director. In 1968 he wrote the most important work of his life: THE EMPTY SPACE. We were set upon by the Deadly, the Holy, the Rough and the Immediate -- and we were all changed forever. Listen to David Boles explain why in this live stream highlight from Boles.tv

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If you're a warm contact, be prepared to be hit with an MLM pitch! In this highlight from the live Boles.tv stream, David Boles dives into the wicked world of MLM schemes and dreams using data as the shovel and disappointment as the dig.

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The power of a blog is in its muscle to be heard. Small blogs punch up. Big blogs are not allowed to punch down. Is that sort of separation of intention good for publishing or not?

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Meredith Wilson could have changed the world in 1957. He didn't. In this Boles.tv live stream highlight, David Boles shares the terrible story of Meredith Wilson giving up his original intention of including a main character in his The Music Man Musical who did not speak or walk.

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The stories we tell our children matter. Experiences are formed in the young and expressed in the adult. In this Boles.tv highlight, David Boles shares the economic residue of retelling childhood tales.