A seller brings an old
A seller brings an old lap steel guitar into the store and Rick tries to bargain him down to a price he won't fret over in this clip from "Honor Thy Father". #PawnStars #RickHarrisonSubscribe for more from Pawn Stars:
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Honor Thy Father
"Pawn Stars" follows three generations of the Harrison family as they assess the value of items coming in and out of their Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, from the commonplace to the truly historic.
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Hahaha....the shot of the security guard!!! Music did definitely NOT soothe the savage beast
the dude that came in said he buys vintage guitars, then said its worth around 2-2500 ... he shouldve made his way over there instead of getting robbed ??
Have they ever bought anything on their own without an “expert” ?
@4:05 chum looking at him like “ plz don’t make me do paperwork lol
Pete Townsend threw the guitar and I caught it myself
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Metallic iron was once
Metallic iron was once the stuff of myth, known only in the form of meteorites. Today, in the hardened form of steel, iron is everywhere. What is this metal that is so indispensable to the modern world? Why is it so hard to make? And how did it go from mythical to mundane? This talk explores the challenges of ironmaking and the solutions humanity has found over the centuries, including the famous Bessemer process that was a watershed of the Industrial Revolution.
Talk by Jason Crawford given at the first SF progress studies meetup, Sep 4, 2019. After the main portion of the talk, he gives brief thoughts on “progress studies”.
This content is also available as a blog post: https://rootsofprogress.org/iron-from-mythical-to-mundane
is this lecture available in the text form?
This is great, great stuff. You should totally start a podcast. Just this development of iron could be multiple episodes. Even monthly episodes would be great because fans could have the time to promote it around.
Excellent, Jason. Cheers to your new ventures, you really knocked this talk out of the park. I’m sorry no one asked you about plastic! Love the overview and historical perspective and philosophical, human-progress approach. Surely there is at the very least a career in public speaking and book writing on these subjects and themes.
This is good.
If you wanted one metric to measure progress, then look at the fundamental - what do all other measurements of progress rely on, for example what makes progress in infant mortality rates possible - the identification of new scientific knowledge followed by the development of new technologies which incorporate that knowledge into a practical function which will be valued by some. I would argue that fundamentally the thing to measure is individual freedom - the freedom to think and act for oneself in the pursuit of life-serving values. The more we have freedom - freedom from force and coercion - the more scientific research, engineering, technological development and entrepreneurship we have. Just compare the more regulated sectors of industry with the least and compare the rates of innovation and progress. But as an Objectivist I am bias.